English documentary that follows young naturists & nudists in England, and shows how they differ from other naturists. The movie can be seen in its full length (47 minutes) and is totally free. I found the video really interesting – I hope you will like it too.

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  1. DreadFree:I apologize for not rilpyeng to your questions. I was going to wait til the weekend to write a more detailed reply. As to your question: My first question is are you single or do you travel as a couple? I went to the club as a single, but the vibe I got wasn’t the annoyed your a single guy treatment, but outright anger. Plus the day I visited the club, most people there were men. I concur with the vibe that Glen Eden gives off. I have spoken to many naturists (Caucasian and Minority) that say the members there aren’t the most friendly. But it’s more based on residents and old time regulars versus non-residents/old timers. Plus I get the feeling that most of the members didn’t like opening membership to singles, Glen Eden is now a non-profit organization thus couldn’t enforce those old policies.As to your other question: Could it be that you’re meeting jerks instead of racists? Yes that could be true as well too, but that club I visited almost everyone was a jerk. Plus the theme of the club maybe has something to do with it. I was a member of Elysium Fields in LA which was hippish and I have been a member of Glen Eden. The contrast between the two clubs is very different.And your question: I agree that nudism in America tends to lean towards an older and whiter demographic, but is that a reflection of racism, or is it an indication of cultural biases against social nudity? The main reason there aren’t more naturist of color is cultural. But I have spoken to Black naturists online who have related awful racism at clubs, mostly in the Southern States. If I was already shaky about being nude in the first place based on cultural norms, but wanted to try naturism, and got poor treatment at a club, would I try naturism again? Probably NO.And as to your question: How many of your Asian friends practice social nudism when the white folk aren’t around? None. I once saw another Asian at a club, but they were with their Caucasian husband/partner. But that maybe not true for all clubs. But Asians as a whole aren’t into nudity. They may find it shameful but I’m not an expert on all Asians, just the one behind this keyboard.Thank you for your thoughtful post and your insight. Naturism should be open to everyone and naturism is about respecting others and yourself.-Naturist Review

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