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“We all have a bit of exhibitionist in us…”

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I caught up with Twitter buddy Andrew Harper to talk about getting naked.

How long have you lived on the Isle of Wight?

I’ve lived on the island all my life apart from a couple of years when I moved to Brighton.

When did you discover and start to explore your passion for being nude?

Being nude has always been normal to me. My parents used to take me to the nudist beach with them, and we’ve always been a very open family and not shy around each other.

What is it about being nude that you enjoy?

Being nude just feels normal, being free of any restrictive clothes. We’re all born naked.

Would you describe yourself as an exhibitionist?

I wouldn’t say that I’m an exhibitionist, but have no problem with being seen nude. We all have a bit of an exhibitionist in us.

Is the Isle of Wight a good place to be a nudist?

The island is a great place to be able to get naked. We have two nudist beaches here, and a sun club, plus there are a host of other places to be at one with nature. One of the nudist beaches is a bit of a hike to get to, but so worth it.

Do you connect with other guys who are nudists?

I have a few friends that are nudists. Plus it’s always good to meet new guys at the beach.

Do you go on naturist vacations?

I haven’t yet been on a nudist vacation, but it’s on my to-do list for sure. I usually find somewhere to be naked when abroad.

What’s your ultimate nude fantasy?

England’s rugby team, naked with me.

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The exhibitionist appeal of a kilt



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I caught up with my Twitter-buddy Sean to talk about his passion for kilts.

Due to the nature of his work, Sean has to remain anonymous for this interview.

What was your first experience of wearing a kilt?

I started wearing them several years ago, more out of interest than anything else. I’m not Scottish, I have Irish heritage.

The kilt really appeals to me as an item of clothing on many levels — it’s far more comfortable to wear than trousers, and also looks a hell of a lot smarter too. I always wear the sporran, kilt hose, and flashes with it — it’s the complete look.

Is there a sexual element to wearing a kilt for you?

The freedom of it is wonderful, and there’s a real buzz about wearing a kilt — it gives me a lot of confidence, it’s a bit like power-dressing.

I get a lot of positive comments and compliments, from both men and women.

I’m guessing that you’re a bit of a purist when it comes to wearing a kilt — obviously there’s no underwear?

It depends where I am, to be honest. If I’m at home, or out socialising or doing general stuff, then no, never. At work I’m a bit more respectable.

As well as being a kilt-lover, you’re also a naturist. Are those two passions related in any way?

I’d be lying if I said no — its very liberating, and its also the one item of clothing you can wear where it’s almost expected that you’re going to ‘free’ underneath — what’s not to like about that?

How do you explore your love of naturism?

That’s easy — taking my clothes off as often as possible. It’s a fantastic way to be more comfortable and confident about yourself. There are far too many hangups in the world as it is — why add to them?

Would you describe yourself as an exhibitionist?

Without a doubt!

What’s your ultimate kilt-wearing fantasy?

It used to be to be able to wear them all the time — so, in some ways I’m living out that fantasy now.

Sean without his kilt (image supplied)
Sean without his kilt (image supplied)

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