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Calls are being made for British Naturism events involving children to be scrapped. A petition has been launched to stop naturist events involving children after tickets went on sale for a nude family swim session at one of Stoke-on-Trent's most popular attractions next month. British Naturism has hired Waterworld at Festival Park for an evening to allow members and non-members of all ages to ride the water slides and wave machines in nothing but their birthday suits.
Tickets are available for both members and non-members of British Naturism. Families are being invited to join in a nude swim session at one of Stoke-on-Trent's most popular attractions next month. The skinny dipping event at Festival Park's Waterworld is open to adults and kids of all ages and is organised by British Naturism.
The sessions at Northgate Arena have been held since Each Saturday evening, around 50 people meet for a swim at Chester's Northgate Arena. It's a group made up of members of various ages, and it's a great chance for all of them to socialise, keep fit and have a good catch up. Nothing unusual about that, you might think.
Dress Code: This is a clothing-optional event. Please review the guidelines outlined on the dress code page for full details. Online purchase only.
Cambridgeshire is set to host a massive public nude swimming session this July, as part of a nationwide skinny dipping event. There's no need to worry about your swimming costume being a bit snug this summer when you can just strip off and dive in. East Anglia will play host to two events in Peterborough and Mildenhall, in a bid to promote the health benefits of naturism.
Sean Goedecke is a freelance writer trying to visit every cafe in Australia. If you enjoy his articles, it can't hurt to click the 'like' link at the bottom or subscribe. Published October 11th Despite the best efforts of religious lobby groups and the Herald Sun, nudism is alive and well in Melbourne.
A 'nude' ocean swim to celebrate the full moon has disappeared off Facebook after the organiser appeared to become overwhelmed by the number of attendees. The swim was advertised as a way to 'release stagnant energy,' with 'clothing optional' and more than 2, people claimed they were interested in attending the event that was organised to take place after sundown on Tuesday at Red Leaf beach in Sydney's east. According to the event organiser, known only as 'Saro,' the swim was 'blown out of proportion' after attendees suggested the night become a beach party with alcohol and the event has since been removed. An event to celebrate the full moon was expected to draw thousands of 'nude' swimmers for a night time dip in the ocean.