So, how about it?
Would you live in a community of nudists?
Atheists and agnostics are already accused of being immoral rather considered free thinkers, so, although we do respect the freedom of all, I think there are other websites that can serve that purpose since they can join to those websites as (people), not as Atheists or Agnostics.
besides, I have a small belly that doesn't encourage me to accept the deal
Reading the comments, it is pretty clear that many who answered don't have any idea of what naturist/nudist culture is like.
You don't get naked to be seen and you don't go to a clothing optional place to look at other people. To be comfortable, you need to accept yurself for who you are and be willing to accept others "as is".
One think I always enjoyed about naturist/nudsit places is that without clothing everyone treats everyone equally because there are no visual clues to denote a persons status in society. Of course it feels great to feel the sun an dwind on your bare skin, and to be able to move without clothing restricting your movements, and the people dont' judge you as harshly s clothed persons do.
If you are interested you can read up on nudist culture adn etiquette at aanr.org
I thought I was living in a "clothing optional" community. You should see me make a mad dash for the newspaper around 6 a.m.! It is always just out of reach from my front door but I'll be damned before I get dressed just to stick my nose out the door. One of the things I like best about living alone is I can go "au naturale" whenever I please. Which is usually!