I'm all for nudity. When it's hot for instance. Or other reasons. Swimming, for example, is much nicer naked, as long as the water's warm. If not, then swimming at all is not nice. I'm not particularly shy. But I don't really get the whole "nudist" thing. I'm not criticizing, I just don't understand it. Most of the time, it's really more comfortable to wear clothes. The ranch next to the barn is now owned by a nudist co-op. There are several houses on it, and a central clubhouse and pool. We share trails with them. And a driveway. Yesterday on my way there, some asshole tail-gated me much of the way to the barn. I can be a bit stubborn, and it was the time of day when deer are most likely to leap in front of my car; so I stayed at the speed limit. Chillax people. Take a nice country drive. He stayed attached to my bumper all the way to the barn, then veered off toward the nudist camp. Was he just an asshole, or merely anxious to take his clothes off? Probably both. A couple of minutes later, another car drove down from there. A man in a suit got out looking agitated. He asked if "L", one of the barn owners, was around. He wasn't. The man said he'd come back when L was available, then took off for home. I wonder if wearing clothes makes nudists nervous and uncomfortable, resulting in assholeness? What if many of the world's problems are directly attributable to suppressed nudism? Something to think about.