This may come as a surprise to some, but nudism is on the rise in the United States. In fact, it is one of the fastest growing recreational activities in the country. The appeal of the activity may be lost on many people. For many others, however, nudism represents an aspect of life that has been lost, a way to get away from the technology the permeates every aspect of modern life or a reason that is altogether different.
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Nudism in Scandinavia is nothing unusual. After all, Scandinavia—comprised of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden—is the most open-minded region in the world. It's perfectly legal in Scandinavia for nudists to swim naked, or to sunbathe either topless or completely in the nude. Scandinavian travelers interested in nudism can find beaches quickly on the maps of nude beaches sorted by country. In Denmark, nudism is allowed on 4, kilometers of coastline and there are four "free beaches" dedicated to naturists only. Norway has more than 20 clothes-free beaches, and Sweden offers about 60 CO clothing optional beaches for nudists! Signs are often used to inform beach visitors about nude-only or CO beaches.
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