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Kalamitsi beach, Photo by Ggia from the Wikipedia.

There are a few beaches around in Australia where it is legal to swim and sunbathe in your altogether. Is that something you would personally ever do?

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I wouldn't personally. I have nothing against nudity, but I'm a very fair skinned redhead and the last thing I need is more exposure to the sun. Also, the idea of getting sand in your bits doesn't appeal to me.
I think it's known as getting sand in your sandwiches.
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Nudist beaches aren't for me. I think you need to be very free and confident, whereas I would just feel uncomfortable there.
Does not really bother me. I don't think I would be showing up in my birthday suit though. But each to their own!
Not really, although I have been to a nude ginseng bathhouse before. Quite an experience. Also good to just have a towel wrapped around you on a boat in Sydney Harbour - while on a massage cruise.
Good Question! Nah, not for me .. I have little kids and when we go to the beach they come too, and I think they would think it was very weird to see adults nude..
Nope, I wouldn't go to a nude beach. I'm quite conservative when it comes to nude beaches, camps, etc.
Nope, only because I wouldn't want other nude people around me. If no one else was there, then no worries, but I wouldn't want a whole bunch of nudists distracting me and ruining my view....
I have visited one - accidentally. I was fully clothed when I came upon an extravaganza of bare botties on the beach at Broome. I was only expecting nude camels, so it came as a bit of a shock. It's fine to be proud of your body at any age, and each to their own, but folk would be screaming out that I was someone looking for an ironing board.
Yes because to be nude is natural .we comming ind to life nude and we are leaving life nude
I think that I personally would be too uncomfortable, butt (sorry) each to their own I have no issues with others doing it,
Absolutely yes. The confidence and freedom gained for all of us - yes our kids, where nudism as a family is the norm, and in public we are not ashamed of ourselves, we would yes, do it all again. It is not for everyone, fair call, I don't rap music.

We have a decent beach going kit including cooler, shade, sunblock etc, the same as going into the sun or on any other beach.

Only where we are allowed to, we don't like scaring the natives with our lifestyle, even thou some people blatently flout the lifestyle and the law, but you get the bad in every niche of society.

Our photo should answer your question without any doubts.
i'm almost old enough to say yes
No. I don't want to frighten people away from Australia's beautiful beaches.
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