Naturist campsites are tired of butt watchers

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Blog

Melvin & Sandy
Photo: Melvin & Sandy
There is only a few months to the start of the camping season, and here the naturists expects unwelcome prying eyes on their bums. Watchers who visit the naturist camp sites just to stare on naked people.

– We do not want the elevator looks from short-term guests – especially men – are wearing clothes only come to spy on our campers. I tell them to find another place to be, says Sylvia Andersen, commander of NFJ Naturistcamping at Kysing Beach between Aarhus and Odder.

She also tells that some people buy one-day card to use the beach and the facilities, but instead they are spending their time to stroll around and lurk instead.

You could ofcourse just deny single men or woman access to the camp site, but then again some naturists is also single.

– Singles of both genders is welcome as long as they behave in a decent way, so other campers can be comfortable with them. Naturistcamping is a place where people are camping out with no clothes on . This often leads to visits of guests who just wants to come and look at naked people. The owner at NFJ naturistcamping tells

Your experience

Personnaly I haven’t had that kind of experience, but then again I am a male, and probably not that interesting to stare at. Therefore I would love to hear your experience from where you live.

Feel free to write a comment on the post- I will love to hear it.

Single man rejected by naturists

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Blog

CampsiteA man complained to the Equal Treatment Board over a naturist campsite, which according to the guest’s own admission denied him access. According to the man their reason was that single men are not allowed to enter.

The man has been a member of Danish Naturist Union for 4 years, and therefore don’t understand why he was rejected.
– he points out that there was no unlawful discrimination and therefore requested a written statement on the refusal of access. This request was rejected by the receptionist and the President, writes Board of Equal Treatment in the decision.

The man says, moreover, that he during the last four years has been seven naturist campsites where he was well received.

The campsite

The campsite owners, however, has a different version of the story:
Respondent says that singles of both genders is welcome as long as they behave in a decent way, so other campers can be comfortable with them. Naturistcamping is a place where people camp with no clothes on. This often leads to visits of guests who just wants to come and look at naked people, is the explanation from the campsite holders according to the Board.

When the case “requires proof in the form of oral part or witness statements,” states Board of Equal Treatment, that it can only be settled by a court.

Source: Metroxpress Denmark

My Naked truth TV interviews – about erotic

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Videos

I have collected a few interviews from Naked truth TV Interviews. I love that they do this kind of interviews, which gives different looks inside naturism. In the following three videos the focus on a sometimes sensitive issue amongst Naturists – erotic. I found it interesting that they have interviewed a erotic masseuse, an exotic dancer and a sex worker. I hope you find it interesting too.

Body Ideals and pornofication makes children insecure

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Blog

Child hiding
In Denmark there is something called Børnetelefonen, which basically is a child helpline where children can call with all their problems. In 2014 there was a huge rise in calls regarding body and sexuality. I think it’s a worrying trends and that it simultaneously shows the pressure is on body ideals in society.

Most of the questions that the children was asking was still about love, unfriendly people and stuff like that. But new questions has entered the top 10 question, and that is what is worrying.

A change in the questions

Bente Boserup, Head of Child Helpline says
– We are seeing a larger body fright than previously among the children and young people who contact us. They see silicone breasts on the buses, and the boys sees big penises on the net and think that their own is too small.

– There has been a general pornofication of the body, and the kids are confused about the worship of the constructed body, while generally being talked less about the body and sexuality in society because no one will be accused of pedophilia, she says.

Professor Christian Graugaard isn’t suprised

Christian Graugaard, professor of sexology at Aalborg University, is not surprised that the childrens helpline is getting more questions about the body and sexuality:

– It probably reflects the fact that children and young people today are living in a public space that is filled with ideals of the good body, good sex and good sexuality, he says to the paper Kristlig Dagblad.

– If the coils a few generations back, it was not the same massive bombardment of the ideals that we see in popular culture today, he says.

A backlash is needed

We live in a society where people post picture perfect bodies on Instagram and Facebook, where medias tries to make nudity equal to sex, photoshopped pictures is the norm and porn is easy accessable. This is how it is. I am not advocating that you should make laws and restrictions, because I don’t think it will have any good effects.

What I am advocating about is that if we loosen up a bit, and start showing the world that nudity is not equal sex, and that a human body actually is very different from person to person.

I think that naturism, nudism or just people who love to be nude can be a part of that backlash. When you bring your child to a nude beach or at naturist resort, your child will learn that we are all equal and different at the same time. Some is high, some is low, some has a little more on the side bones and others is skinny, some has a large penis and some has a small one. It is all natural and it is actually ok that we are different, so why dont we praise it.

Source of inspiration: DR

Women in Rio in topless protest

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Blog

Topless protest in rio
Photo: EFE/Antonio Lacerda
Brazilians demonstrates At Ipanema Beach – they fight for their rights to bathe topless on the beach.

If women bathing topless on one of the beautiful beaches of white sand, they risk up to 1 year in prison.

In the strictly Catholic country regarded this fact as an obscene act.

But the Brazilian women want their rights to walk bare breasted on the beach. Therefore, the Tuesday under heavy media presence, gathered at Ipanema beach in Rio, where more women threw the top.

I can only say that I support their mission – why is it ok for men to go topless, but not for women?

5 reasons to visit Le Colombier naturist camping

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Naturist resorts and accommodation

Baignade nocturne - nachtzwemmen
In the summer 2014 my wife and I visited Le Colombier Naturist camping with our 5 year old son. We didn’t know much about Le Colombier Naturist camping and we didn’t know much about the area. We had a splendid time there and can reccommend that other naturists visit the place, it is absolutely worth it. Here is my top 5 reasons why Le Colombier Naturist camping is worth a visit.

Why is a nudity more offensive than murder?

Written by Peter Terp. Posted in Blog

Nude murder
I keep wondering why it is such a big thing that a person show their body naked. Today it is illegal for a woman to be topless and breastfeed in public in 35 US states. In less tolerant states can an exposed nipple put a woman in jail for up to three years and cost $2,500 fine. How can that be such a big thing?

Super Bowl

Do you remember this scene. One sees Justin Timberlake in a sliding motion dance toward Janet Jackson, standing close to her, and a little awkwardly move your hand toward her chest, just as he sings: “Bet I’ll be You Naked …”. In 9.16 seconds watching millions of viewers a bared breast with a star-shaped necklace over the nipple. Nobody remembers what happened after the break in the Super Bowl fight that night in 2004 at Houston’s Reliant Stadium. But all remember seeing a naked breast. In USA this was a major scandal, and probably also in many other countries. In Denmark it wasn’t a big thing though.


I was recently banned on Facebook, for posting one or more images which showed a bare nipple. If I had posted a picture of a manslaughter og violence I most likely wouldn’t get banned. I just can’t get into my head why murder is much more accepted than nudity. We were born naked and naked is our natural state – why have we become so afraid of who we really are?

The right to choose

I believe in that people should have the right to be free in there living as long as they don’t harm other people. If you prefer to be nude, are gay, muslim or other religions etc. I believe in that all should have the freedom to choose. This freedom comes with ressponsibility – the responsibility to not push people to do things that are against there will, and the responsibility to be open minded to others. We all have our small fragments of strangeness – I love it.

I do not think we should cultivate violence, by legalizing violence and murder of social medias, while prohibiting natural things such as nudity on social medias. This distortion of what is ok and what is not ok, will cause problems in the form of more violence and body image problems.
When you frequently see violence and dead bodies without problems on example Facebook you will overtime think of it as natural. I don’t want violence and murder to be natural- will you?
When you never see a naked body, and when people are banned for posting a naked body on Instagram or Facebook, you will start thinking this is bad, this is not natural, this is not ok. In the end you will start wondering how an average naked body looks like. I don’t think this is a good development.

I believe we should start promoting the natural and good things in life instead of promorting bad things.

Shouldn’t we promote what is good in live, shouldn’t we promote what is natural?