I know that is not a naturist priority, but that's why I called the blog Naturist and Nude it allows me to stray from the pure naturist, as you will have seen in earlier posts.
I'm sometimes asked how I deal with lots of people seeing her naked. It is a question I have difficulty answering, because I don't see the problem. Nudity is natural for me, I don't have any problems with anyone seeing or being seen nude.
We were in a jacuzzi at a naturist club a few years ago and Maja was the only woman in their at that time. She got out to go for a swim and I noticed three men sitting opposite the steps tilting their heads to get a better view between her legs. She has a very pretty vagina that is worth seeing. A lot of husbands might have been angry at their reaction, but I felt proud that they couldn't resist looking.
I think that reflects my whole attitude to people seeing my wife naked. I love her and I'm proud of her. It makes me happy that others share my thoughts when they see her body.
For those that think I'm exhibiting my wife or am not keen on myself being seen naked, I would say look back through this blog all the pictures there are of me are there. Being the photographer I don't often get in front of the camera and I'm sure that anyone, male or female would sooner see Maja than me naked.
If it were allowed, I would love to be naked with my wife all the time when we are out in public. I see nothing wrong with shopping in the nude, just like at Agde.
The question is can anyone explain why social nudity is wrong?
We all have the same things on our bodies, so we have seen it before. The often heard argument against toplessness is "I don't want my children seeing that" but that is what a woman's breasts are there for, they are for feeding children. Total nudity is not traumatic for children and if you have ever been to a naturist club you will have seen that amply demonstrated.
Is it about sex?
No, it can be sensual but it is not sexual. Although there do appear to be some nude sex beaches cropping up. From what I have read some beaches are like the dogging in car parks where anyone goes with who they please, you will never find us anywhere near them. I like people to look at Maja but I wouldn't share her (her choice as much as mine).
We went to a country car park in Leicestershire once to watch a meteor shower. When cars began to pull in and park at the far end, I thought the meteor shower was popular. Then it dawned on me what they were there for and we drove away quickly.
This evening was the first episode of "Naked Beach" on channel 4. It wasn't badly handled, with painted bodies and nudity and all before the watershed at 9pm. Whatever you may think about it, it does bring nudity forward into the public eye and portrays it in a positive light. It was interesting to see nudes and topless mixing with the general public in the street and on the beach.