A personal comment from Daily Mail correspondent, Mark Dooley. I don't think he is focusing on nudism, but rather on a particular trend in the perception of the naked body. Anyway, for what it's worth, this is what he says:
Can there be any word in our language that is abused more than ‘liberation’? For isn’t it ridiculous to use the same word when referring to the emancipation of those imprisoned at Auschwitz and what pseudo-psychologists call ‘sexual liberation’? Surely, delivering people from tyranny does not equate to letting it all hang out. Furthermore, what exactly are those who let it all hang out liberated from? According to the gurus of our therapeutic culture, they have been freed from unhealthy inhibitions and harmful prudery. But, surely, it is unhealthier to shamelessly exhibit the human body than to idealise it?
There is nothing healthy in making public those parts which the rest of us would prefer you kept private
If anything, such behaviour is sick, a sign that the offender has no idea what it means to be human. And it is only when we are honest enough to confront it as a sickness, that we shall finally see how foolish we were to conflate it with freedom.