By the 1880s, this nostalgia for youth was a veneer carefully disguising a latent homosexuality.
The Bath Corporation official bathing dress code of 1737, prohibited men and women from swimming nude either in the day or in the night.
Even then there were many who protested against them and wanted to remain in the nude.
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The Aesthetic of Our Anger.
The record was set at an annual all-women's event known as Strip and Dip, which was created by cancer survivor Deirdre Featherstone.
There is no federal law against.
However, under a provision called , may enforce state and local laws against nudity or invite local authorities to do so.