Running Around Naked is not your everyday memoir. It is a true story that entices the reader to peek over the fence into the life of a girl whose normality was found within the confines of a nudist camp. Jelaine Lombardi takes readers along through her upbringing in the Seminole Health Club, a nudist camp owned by her parents. For those not accustomed to the sometimes insular culture of social nudism, it might feel like a nostalgic look at another world. For folks like myself who have a familiarity with the world of nudist clubs and conventions, I believe the setting is all the more rewarding to behold. 🪐
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A podcast exploring nudity in history, culture, politics, and art. A new way to explore the stories we share on Planet Nude.