I’ve become convinced that, like a summer holiday, Christmas is a time when people can ‘let their guard down’ a bit.
Many women who would never contemplate going topless (or nude) at home will happily shed their bikini top, or more, when taken out of their usual habitat and routine. It’s a time to do things that are a bit ‘silly’.
The same goes for Christmas. Another, different, holiday period when people’s inhibitions are lowered.
I’ve previously spoken of naturists loving a bit of dressing up with toga parties and suchlike. Beyond (but including) the naturist community it seems that people are willing to shed a few clothes, add a Santa hat, and pose willingly for cameras when they might not otherwise wish to do so.
And further aided and abetted by ‘lingerie’ sometimes being a ‘go to’ gift by a significant other. Often inappropriate (for the person it’s intended for), uncomfortable and in the wrong size…but I suppose it’s the thought that counts.
Another thing that lends itself to a bit of ‘racy’ (in some people’s eyes, merely ‘naturist’ or ‘nude’ in others, is that gifts for men often include ‘mens’ toys’ by which I mean electronic devices, sometimes including cameras and video recorders. Men seem to love these sort of gifts at any time. Put the holiday together with lowered inhibitions, perhaps a little bit of alcohol or Buck’s Fizz on Christmas morning and the scene is set! While many of the photos above don’t feature naturists, they feature people in a nude setting, and believe me, every naturist viewing will recognise scenes from their own lives, or photos submitted to genuine naturist sites (I belong to one which features our members -and ourselves!- in very similar settings. The purpose is to normalise nudity and naturism at all times of the year).