My sister Sarah and I grew up in a nudist family, and when we were five
(Sarah) and six (me), our dad said, if you like to wear something at home
that's o.k., but Sarah replied, dad, why should we wear something, we are
doing fine the way we are, and I agreed, and we just stayed naked at home, to this day. We all go to San Onofre and Blacks Beach a lot, so we
get into our VW Westphalia motor home naked, in our garage, it's ok to be
naked in a car in California, but we have to wear stuff at school, and we
hate that. I want a couple of kids, and they will grow up naked as well, and when they are five or six years old I will give them a choice, too, the
way my dad did, and hope they will make the same choice Sarah and I
made eleven years ago.
Since jessie4289 just made a hyperlink reference to this thread, I would like to repeat a quote I posted in July of last year, to set the record straight,
From the "Huntington Beach Independent",
"The state's indecent exposure law only bans nudity with a sexual component."
I feel totally vindicated from allegations here at this forum that I made
up stories about being naked in our car (Mini-RV). Some people questioned my integrity saying that the CHP officer who stopped us while my dad and
I were naked (if only for that moment putting beach towels on our laps)
should have/would have cited, fined and possibly arrested us. Not so,
according to the quote above, from our local newspaper.
I hope all misunderstandings have been cleared up now