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    If you could spend the next week naked, you would not be allowed to wear clothes except for shoes or sandals and no one else altitude would be changed about nudity. They would not be allowed to call the cops on you. Would you do it.

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    If it was warm enough.

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    • #3
      Sure. However, many people live or stay at nudist parks and resorts, so they would definitely say yes to this.

      Bob S.

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      • #4
        Folks interested in this subject might enjoy a thread from long ago.

        https://www.clothesfreeforum.com/for...have-been-nude

        As I noted in my contribution to that thread, a limiting factor is that nudist parks often have just a snack bar or modest restaurant that is open for lunch and dinner. Unless you have an RV stocked with food, you may need to put clothes on to venture outside the park to get something to eat.

        Another limiting factor that I have encountered is a bored wife who wants to do some sightseeing and souvenir shopping.

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        • #5
          In a heartbeat. If people would not be allowed to call the cops, then sure. I'm basically naked most of the time any way as it is, only I would enjoy going everywhere, including the front yard. What a dream

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nudeM View Post
            In a heartbeat. If people would not be allowed to call the cops, then sure. I'm basically naked most of the time any way as it is, only I would enjoy going everywhere, including the front yard. What a dream
            You would be able to walk downtown naked

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            • #7
              People here should be aware that there was a period of time when it was legal to be nude on the streets of San Francisco.
              https://www.sfgate.com/local/article...d-11959489.php

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              • #8
                Vermont also also has fairly liberal laws regarding public nudity. Some interpret Vermont's state law to allow nudity as long as a person left their residence that way, but it illegal to undress in public. Some towns have do have local ordinances banning nudity. Of course, nudity on public streets remains rare, and the laws could be changed if people actually started going nude on downtown streets.. This happened in Brattleboro. This demonstrates that there is a difference between rights and holes between the laws. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-v...23185120070719

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                • #9
                  I'm clothed when going to stores, the gym, the office, and at public venues. If I'm home, driving, at my hangar, or flying I'm nude. So, ninety percent of the time I'm nude anyway. Would I go to the store nude? No, probably not. I need pockets to hold my stuff. If I had to carry my keys, wallet, etc everywhere it would drive me bonkers.

                  I work from home permanently now, so going to the office is rare.

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                  • #10
                    I would settle for being able engage in physical activity nude - riding a bike, running on a local trail, or swimming at a local beach, river, or lake.

                    Running while wearing shorts is particularly irksome. During the warmer months, I run without a shirt, but my shorts end up saturated with sweat. Changing out of the shorts has to be done discreetly under a towel.

                    Dealing with swimsuits is just about as irksome. You have to plan ahead so that you have the swimsuit with you. There can be no spur of the moment change of plan to go swimming after you have already left the house. After the swim, you again face the complication of how to change out of wet clothes.

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                    • #11
                      Pretty much did that a couple years ago in the jungle in Costa Rica, except if was 5 days and not a week. Friends let me stay in their home while they were traveling. The house had a pool on one side of the open floor plan layout and large outdoor shower on the other side. For exercise, there was an outdoor shaded workout space with a bench, dumb bells and barbells plus a loop trail through their property for waking or running. Outdoor hammock and day bed for reading/relaxing. No need at all for clothes. Neighbors were not close, but dense foliage provided all the privacy needed even if people did pass by. Yes, I would do it again! I'd probably buy a week's worth of food to avoid getting dressed to go to the grocery store, however!

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                      • #12
                        oh! Who would give this week of rest!

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                        • #13
                          I'd try it. If only the textile world would accept us, though. Of course I'd wear a fanny pack to carry my essential items. And sandals. And only if it would be warm enough.

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