Boomers Are Nudists too
YOU WOULD'T KNOW IT LOOKING AT OUR MAGAZINES, BUT THERE'S A GOOD REASON FOR THAT.
Boomers may not be highly represented in our pages, but not because we won't publish their pictures - they don't submit many. Strangely, we have a lot of fifty-plus men in our membership. Maybe their wives prefer they not share their personal photography.
You pretty much see them wherever nudism is permitted and, as far as I can tell, that's fine with anyone who embraces nudism's egalitarian principles.
My estimation from personal observation is, on any Caribbean nude beach boomers will represent about a third of the total. Also, they tend to be more fit and trim than you
might think representative of that generation (a good thing) and of course, as is typical on any beach, they mingle well with all generations. Are you a sixty-plus male who want to take a catamaran ride with a lithe, naked twenty-year-old women from Atlanta? Don't bother hesitating--the more the merrier. Boomer Nudism
We Take Some heat
We've taken some criticism for mediating our content (making editorial decisions). The theory is that nudism is for all shapes and sizes, and we should show the complete spectrum of human possibilities. Well, we do (in broader beach scenes, for example). But we reserve the right to exercise some judgment when it comes to close-ups. To be clear, while you can be delighted as hell with the sighting of a naked, young female on the beach, a few towels over might be a horrifying example of the human condition. Who wants to see that? But we don't discriminate age wise.
Boomer Nudists Tend To Be Fit
But boomers who keep themselves fit are guilty of only one thing--aging. And frankly, aging isn't all that bad. Sure, things get rounder or looser, which is to be expected. We all know that. If a happy fit boomer couple submits a photo series we're happy to include them in our broad celebration of the lifestyle.
The point is: Someone emailed and asked whether as fit sixty-year-olds they would be welcome in the nudist community. Of course. Everyone is welcome. Ed