By Kim Knox Beckius. Of course, parading around in the buff on a remote island in front of seven fellow castaways you met a week or so ago and a few pesky cameramen is one thing. Heading for less-than-tropical New England to take it all off in front of dozens of total strangers is another. Definitely call ahead to make reservations and to inquire about policies most don't allow cameras, for example, and some require membership.
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Some parents believe in keeping nudity as a normal part of family life so kids become comfortable with their bodies. Others feel things should be covered up as soon as kids are walking. We asked moms, dads, and medical experts for their take. At some point, you needed to get out of the shower in front of your young child — or get dressed or use the toilet — and you either decided to bare it all or cover up. When kids are very young, the consensus seems to be yes, since babies and toddlers are generally oblivious to nudity. She adds that parents need to be on the lookout for any changes to that comfort level. There are a number of reasons you might want to be naked in front of your kids — and an equal number of reasons you might choose a modicum of modesty.
It's summertime, it's hot. Who feels like dressing up when you can dress down? Well, if you feel like trading in your suit or skirt for nothing but skin, you're in luck, because Connecticut has two places where you can do just that.
Nine-year-old Alex Reamer, like most boys his age, loves video games, the playground and riding his bike, except he does all these things without wearing clothes. Yes, you read that correctly, he is naked. Alex and his family are nudists.