Nudist idea #31: Stop buying swimsuits

Nudist idea #31: Stop buying swimsuits

I cannot believe I started this thread of 100 ideas already one month ago. Already 30 ideas were published and read by more than 20,000 people! Thank you for all your comments and encouragements. So coming to the idea #31, it goes well with the nudist idea #29, avoid textile beach. When you do not own swimsuits, you will not be able to go to a textile beach.
Image result for clothing optional beachIn my own personal case, I don’t remember the last time I bought a swimsuit (Actually I do, and it was the tiniest possible speedo I could find so I could take it off as fast as possible and stack it deep into my bag, taking as little space as possible). I have only a couple of swimsuits left, and I am not sure what I will do when the last one get so old, I cannot wear it anymore (I may need to keep one, in case of, but not even sure… time will tell).
Image result for clothing optional beachAnyway, think about using your money on other things that swimsuits. I love the post titled Why bathing suits are pointless and unhealthy. It just shows why we need all beaches to become clothing optional, so the world can get rid of this useless piece of clothing. And once you do not own any of those swimsuits, textile beaches are no longer an option and sharing your love for nudism becomes easier as you will have to tell friends and families that you need to go to the nude beach or that you will be naked if they join you on your premises if you have a swimming pool.
Share your experiences and comments below and remember to Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

4 Replies to “Nudist idea #31: Stop buying swimsuits”

  1. Swim suites are a huge waste of money. We only have as you said the smallest possible and they are the see-thru tan thru variety. Of course we only wear them when required in a textile area. The rest of the time we are fully nude.

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