The answer to this question, is a big, resounding yes! Some Germans not alldo indeed and quite comfortably, swim naked. Yeah, that again.
Today the idea of swimming nude in a high school gym class seems like something that would absolutely never happen, but in the not to distant past it was the norm for men and boys. Pool chlorination and filtration wasn't as advanced as it is today, and swimwear could cause issues with keeping the water clean. YMCA's, Schools, and other facilities across the United States adopted the policy of men and boys being required to swim nude- the policies were so prevalent that allowing swimwear was actually the exception to the rule.
Commentator Robin Washington recounts a time when students were required to take swimming lessons in school; but at his school, students had to swim naked. With high temperatures across the country, it's easy to want to wear as little as possible. But commentator Robin Washington warns, be careful what you wish for.
Set yourself free… Swimmer, blogger and OSS team member Lynne Roper writes about how swimming naked can be a liberation from the commercialisation and sexualisation of our culture, and how skinny dipping should be seen for what it is: not titillation, but a non-sexualised space for the naked human body. In the film Natasha swims and floats naked in a wintery Llyn in Snowdonia, while discussing her love of swimming wild, free from boundaries between her body and the environment. But everyday nudity does not always receive the same welcome.
Kay Hagan just wanted to swim. But Hagan was told that the Senate pool was males-only. Because some of the male senators liked to swim naked.
I like to meet other nudists and also enjoy photographing the nude body. I have done nude modeling for both photographers and artists. I attend the Eastern Naturists Gathering each June and lead workshops there.
Reuters - Jason Stone played hooky from summer camp and tripped on LSD-spiked watermelon, Graham Nash was so high his memories of performing are hazy, and Robin Naylor, at 15, saw her first naked man. Stone, Nash and Naylor were just a handful of the more thanpeople who attended, or performed at, Woodstock inand each has a different story to tell as the music festival that defined an era marks its 50th anniversary this week. Jason Stone was 17 and had a summer job as a camp counselor in upstate New York when he and a friend decided to take off, without permission, and hitch a ride to the festival.
This story is about growing up in Tulsa and discovering myself. Part of my story involves sex between boys so you should be 18 to read it. In the big downtown YMCA had everything; basketball and handball courts, weight rooms, even a massage facility.