In this issue, we look at the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the naturist world and ask, is there light at the end of the tunnel – is there any hope for some late summer holidays? Rayner Otter looks at the international picture, Ian Roberts writes about the political and social background in the UK, and Paul Rouse offers some practical advice on how naturist resorts and venues can recover. Plus, Theresa O’Shea writes a ‘life in lockdown’ diary from Spain, one of the Europe’s worst-affected countries.
Elsewhere, Stuart Hooper reflects on one of the only British Naturism events to go ahead this year – Blackpool in late February; and Charlie Simonds introduces volume two of his scrapbook, looking back on photoshoots and film shoots from 1990-1992. Robert Sanders continues his series on psychology by focusing on the need for attention.
Plus, Martin Warrillow broaches a tricky subject – sex. Why is organised naturism so buttoned-up about it? And in a book reviews special, Tim Forcer catches up on the latest naturist-themed titles from P Z Walker.
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