I’d just like to remind people we aren’t in this for self-glorification. Not that anyone has actually suggested we are. The blog exists to keep SL’s naturist community informed of what’s going on in the virtual-equivalent of what is either a real life equivalent or an aspirational RL lifestyle.
I get my RL naturist vacations (another one in a month’s time), but in those dark winter months there’s nothing nicer than living a virtual equivalent.
We work with your help. The sims inworld work with your presence and participation. It’s all a mutual thing. With that in mind, I thought I should just remind you that Eden and Su Casa have their own blogs/websites. Feel free to visit their websites as often as you wish, because both are excellent.
A familiar scene at naturist beaches is people ‘bottomless’. This isn’t because they’ve been overwhelmed by uncertainty and self-consciousness, but is the result of the upper body liable to feel any chill much more readily than the bottom halves of our bodies.
Emerging from the sea, I’ll throw on a T shirt for five minutes until I properly dry off and warm up, and heading away from the beach at the end of the day, as shadows begin to cast themselves long, you can see many people, male and female alike, pop on a shirt of some description as a barrier against the relative chill caused by building shadows or the sun making its way down behind the hills that overlook our naturist home.
As a result, I sent Harry out asking for such photos, of naturists maybe leaving the beach at the end of the day, bag in hand filled with their usual naturist accessories.
A small and quickly done series, but with the intention of replicating real naturist life for SL.
Associated with, but not part of, the Eden Naturopolis ‘country’ (I think it’s reasonable to say that it’s practically a nation within SL, and with the added advantage of not having a military! 🙂 ) The Fruit Islands are, indeed, islands around which it’s possible to do a lot of sailing.
I’m not going to provide slurls, as they aren’t, strictly speaking, naturist, but they’re probably categorisable as ‘naturist friendly’. I never pop my clothes on when visiting, and although I’m not much of a sailor, I do like to take whatever boats I can find out onto the water and tour whatever I can find. That said, do take care not to offend. If you’re tp’ing in, pop on a swimsuit at least until you determine the state of play, then slip off the speedoes or bikini as you see fit.
I took a small motorboat out onto the water, and enjoyed just letting the scenery slide by. It’s a location I’d recommend to anyone, with the added potential (if quiet) to go nude if one wishes.