Naturism and its devotees have been the butt of many a Carry-On gag, saucy seaside postcard, and sniggering tabloid headline. The British are well known for their obsession with the weather but naturists are one group of people in particular who keep a close eye on the forecasts and are more likely to be reaching for their Winter Sun brochures at this time of the year. In these image obsessed times there are probably a fair few of us who would adamantly refuse to get our kit off even in a heat wave. But there are also quite a few who have chosen to bare all and become naturists.
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At first I was a bit unnerved because I thought my body was going numb from the intense heat. It took many minutes to realize what I was experiencing was a lack of pain, or possibly the sensation of no pain at all. For 13 years my body had known constant pain in some shape or form or area in my body now going on 15 years. As soon as I realized that what I was experiencing was a lack of pain I began sobbing. I had a break down.
And as I watched a grown man get penetrated by a pretty young blonde wearing a terrifying strap-on, I knew the image would be burned into my mind forever. His screams reminded me of the knee injuries I'd seen playing high-school football. They were interrupted by his wife's insistence that he take another shot of tequila to kill the pain.
The first question any man asks me — without exception — when they hear that I run naked is the word choice varies, but the point is always the same! The Swing First, our bodies have evolved anatomically in line with our circumstances. And, as other websites, blogs or published books will explain, running is one of the physical activities the human race has been doing since we were able to stand to hunt, to escape, to migrate, etc. Essentially, the penis and the testicles have evolved to swing, sway, bounce, wobble — whatever — in symbiotic motion with the rest of the body.