Welcome to my Nudist Webpage. As you may have read earlier, I am more of a nudist rather than a naturist. I would not say that I hate wearing clothes, but I much prefer being nude. Whilst writing this page, it has caused me go along way back in my memory and concluded that from a very early age I have always liked taking my clothes off.

Spend a while and let me:

Recent Major Updates

April 2008 How did you discover masturbation?
June 2011 Upon Reflection - More Photos taken standing on a mirror!
February 2012 By Royal Appointment?
March 2012 Facts about the Penis and Masturbation Q&A
November 2012 Frenulum Gallery
January 2013 Naked in front of the doctor
June 2013 Nipples and breasts - why do men have them?
November 2013 More stories about Doctors
July 2014 A woman's perspective on penis size
October 2014 'Drink & Draw" Life Session
January 2015 I get Body Painted
February 2015 Explore the C String
March 2015 First Hand Circumcision Stories
August 2015 For the really brave, read about Anthony's DIY Piercing!
November 2015 How common is anal sex?
December 2015 An orgasm a day could keep prostate cancer away
December 2016 Pre-cum. Its curious stuff!
January 2017  Photos and Stories about being Nude with Clothed people or being Nude in Unusual places
November 2017 Sensitive nipples - more thoughts
December 2017  Things that others do with their penises and other bits of their bodies
February 2018 More Life Drawing Poses
August 2018 Nudity is now legal in England and Wales!
September 2018 I try to stimulate my frenulum
September 2018  Dave's Frenulum Story
September 2018 The Masturbation Altar
October 2018 Anthony's Alternative Nipple Stretcher
October 2018 2018 Summer Holidays
October 2018  Bum Secton updated and video added
November 2018 Bill's Caining Story

The Legality of of Nudity in England and Wales

The law regarding nudity in public in England and Wales was clarified in mid-2018. A Briefing Note from the College of Policing states that passive nudity in public, is deemed to be a lawful activity and that as no offences are being committed then no police action will be necessary.

The activities that they list are: Sunbathing, walking, cycling, swimming, gardening, home maintenance, etc.

This is the police putting into writing guidance from the Crown Prosecution Service, which has been available for some while.

The Crown Prosecution Service's Webpage - Nudity in Public - Guidance on handling cases of Naturism

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British Naturism (BN) now has a web address which directs any police or other officers who may challenge Naturists to information on just what the law of the land says on ordinary non-sexual nudity in public and how they should be responding.

The webpage says:

There are three main categories of public nudity. "Exposure" has strictly defined limits under the law and does not mean simply 'exposed to view'.

Recreational practice is continuously increasing year on year and becoming ever more popular so there is an attending increasing level of reporting.

1. Naturism and public nudity is lawful when undertaken passively: sunbathing, swimming, cycling, gardening, maintenance, etc. Being naked and/or being seen naked is not an offence. Parliament framed The Sexual Offences Act s66 at the request of British Naturism and other interested groups specifically to exempt Naturists from criminality, even though they are exposed to view. A tiny minority of the population dislikes nudity or finds nudity to be morally wrong. They are sometimes strongly vocal in opposition which Parliament accepts as part of our democracy.

2. Section 66 Sexual Offences Act 2003 was designed only to deal with 'Flashing' which was the offence particularly addressed in the Act, and usually requires someone to be clothed to launch their attack which is preplanned with intention to frighten. This is defined by the legal phrase "Alarm or Distress". It is an active and aggressive action requiring intent creating a causal link from the exposure of genitals into the fear or distress inculcated into the victim.

3. A very small number of incidents where people are naked may involve the necessity for medical intervention where individuals are suffering mental aberration, are intoxicated or are under the influence of drugs. A Safeguarding Response and ambulance may be required.

NO cases have succeeded under this Act nor under under Section 5 of The Public Order Act for over 5 years. Parliament, CPS and the courts do not consider nakedness per se to be disorderly conduct. Further information is on the CPS web site -
Nudity in Public - Guidance on handling cases of Naturism

Control Room personnel should make initial enquiry to determine the nature of any actions and behaviours rather than simply prejudge on an individual's state of dress. Explanation to complainants may be required as some people incorrectly believe that the sight of nakedness is unlawful and call 999 accordingly.

BRITISH NATURISM
Legal Department
legalsupport@bn.org.uk
HQ 01604 620361

Video Index

I'm slowly creating a series of videos to help illustrate some of the subject areas covered in my webpage. This is the index of the videos.

Gallery Re-launch

The idea of a Visitors Gallery was inspired by one of the replies that I received from the Web Page in June 1998. Its a great idea, and I should have thought of it before!

As the webpage become more popular and with digital photos being easier to take, the rate at which photos were submitted steadily grew. However it became a victim of its own success. By mid 2003, it was taking so long to 'sort out the photos', that it became too demanding to maintain, so the gallery was closed and began to stagnate.

With a bit more time on my hands and a high speed broadband connection I have decided to re-launch the visitors gallery.

See Peter In The Flesh!

Either nude modelling or have a talk about my nude lifestyle

I'm more than happy to do nude modelling for life drawing classes within a reasonable distance of home (ie, London, Kent and South East England). So if you run an art class or camera clubs, etc and need a nude model, drop me an email.

I'm very happy to give illustrated talks about my nudist lifestyle to any group or organisation that might be interested. So if you belong to a group that you think would enjoy a talk and discussion on the subject of nudity, why not drop me an email. I'm quite happy to talk to any group of people whether they are nudists or not. Regardless of the group, the speaker would of course be nude.


I hope that you will find it all interesting. The page was first launched on 30th August 1997.


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