Children Without Clothes: When Do They Need a Fig Leaf? - The New York Times
And that's cool for him, but I really believe you need to read the room with these things. That applies to toes, tummies, and noses, but also to body parts typically covered by underwear or a swimsuit. It is no longer appropriate if it makes the children uncomfortable in any way," says Natasha who preferred not to use her last name. Perfect getaway to relax and enjoy an upscale nudist resort that is clothing free, well maintained with beautiful grounds, tennis etc. We had a challenge keeping our toddler from opening the villa door and going outside.