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As introduction, I've been a P sufferer for the past 13 years.
Most of my lesions are on the waist and torso, though I have a few
patches on my arms. Like you, I don't own a lot of swim trunks, but
not for the same reasons as you. :-)
ago, I decided to become a nudist and have enjoyed the experience ever
since. Last year, I finally became a full-fledged member of the Lupin
Naturist Club (www.lupin.com) in
With the onset
of winter and the weather too cold to go "grin and bare it,"
I've started phototherapy while continuing on coal tar. These days, many
of my lesions are fragmented and most are generally smooth if
not entirely flat. I'm hoping that I will soon come upon the fully
remissive promised land for the first time in years. The original
lesion that started it all 13 years ago is finally gone so I'm confident
there's light at the end of this tunnel.
It'd be great
to hear from Roger D. and Leslie A. (FlakeHQ Nudists #1 and #2), so I
hope they're reading this! Thanks,
Response: We should call you
“TLFree.” It works for
“Tony L.” and it works for “tan-line free.”
Whatever we call you, Tony, welcome aboard!
I, too, hope that Roger D. and Leslie A. read your mail — it’s
been too long since we’ve heard from either of them, and a summer gone
without words from our nudists is, indeed, worrisome!
succinct and convincing in summing up the benefits of being a practicing
nudist as well as a flaker. I
am inspired by your reinforcing testimony that the “nudist culture”
(if that’s appropriate language) is friendly and accepting.
Those of us who are not
nudists, for whatever reasons, probably suffer under a lot of mistaken
Stay in touch. Meanwhile, if I hear from Roger or Leslie I’ll let you know. -Ed