Is it safe to come out now?

Back to full health, my re-entry to the world of SL coincided with my least favourite time of the year in SL -Halloween. It’s not something I get excited about in RL either. So rather than worry too much about the various SL related product boards, crammed with stuff I don’t like or need, I loaded up my alt and have spent a lot of time inworld recently, rather than blogging.

2019 was, for me, a total wipeout where naturism was concerned in RL, and that impacted onward into SL.

I’ve become becalmed by naturism, in and out of SL, so a bit of a rethink was required. Then it struck me while doing some Christmas shopping online, and buying some olive oil for family members from a website in Greece (actually adopting an olive tree in an olive grove).

By the magic of SL, I was able to imagine buying olive oil directly from the farmer, who was naturist, of course 🙂

And all of a sudden, my SL was reinvigorated.


We’re going to go back in time 🙂 And undertaking a series of posts relating to historical naturism, and how acceptance of nudity has ebbed and flowed over time.

I’m well into a couple of posts intended to cover attitudes to nudity in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, and these will be posted in due course.

In the meantime, here’s a small gallery of modern day naturists in Greece, plugged into a long, historical acceptance of the naked human form.

Ella

3 thoughts on “Is it safe to come out now?

  1. One day, somebody should try to explain to me what could be the utility of a swimsuit and which pleasure it could bring to wear it.
    That’s like pajamas: we sleep perfectly well without (in fact: much better) and it’s much more comfortable, much more pleasant.

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