In this issue, Rayner Otter argues that, when we are allowed to travel again, we should consider the impact on our planet and become what he calls “environaturists”. We also hear the full story from Christopher Hood, who decided to go out into the woods, get naked and get muddy in an effort to switch off from life for a bit.
We meet artist Ruth Bircham, whose explicit and bold visions of the human body shock even the most open-minded of art lovers, and Anna from A Naturist World argues that the joy and innocence of naturism is in danger of being lost.
There’s a new Naturist Action Group campaign on beaches to get involved with, and you can read about the challenges naked ramblers face in 2021. Meanwhile, Paul Rouse reports on Maltese naturists’ fight for acceptance, Robert Sanders looks at solitude and loneliness, Ray Ward enjoys a book on the history of a classic 1960s nudist film, and there’s more nostalgia from Charlie Simonds’ Parafotos shoots from 2002-2003.
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