Grassroots naturism, part 6

Introduction to the story
Previous installment

Preface to this part of the story

Part 6 is somewhat long, but there’s a lot here. All of it can be read in under two hours, or it can be read a subpart at a time. It’s about ideas rather than any particular character or type of character. Much is applicable to anyone who might enjoy being naked. Not everyone will find it interesting, but hopefully a few will.

Contents of this part

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Grassroots naturism, part 6I

When everyone had returned to the patio, the conversation continued discussing the fickleness of popular beliefs, customs, and obsession. Roberto was eager to bring up something that was on his mind.

Roberto: All this talk about social customs related to fashions, clothing styles, and attitudes towards nudity reminds me of something I’ve often noticed in history. Continue reading

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Grassroots naturism, part 6H

At Jenna’s invitation everyone began to fill their plates with edibles from the wide range of choices. When everyone had returned to their seats, Troy stood up to speak.

Troy: Folks, the story here isn’t especially complicated. But I won’t rush through it, so you can raise questions and make comments whenever you want. Some details could be boring, so please be patient.
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Grassroots naturism, part 6G

Jenna was correct about being almost ready. The other two invited couples arrived at nearly the same time. One of the couples was Roberto and Maria Sanchez, who were about the same age as Ed and Sue, thus somewhat younger than Troy and Jenna. The other was Riley Boucher and Phil Dexter, who were both in their twenties, living together in a long-term relationship.
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Grassroots naturism, part 6F

Just as Jenna and Poney were putting the finishing touches (guacamole and sour cream) on the taco salad bowl, the doorbell rang.

Jenna: Mind getting that for me, Poney?
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Grassroots naturism, part 6E

When Poney opened the door she was surprised to see Rolf Weatherford. She and Rolf considered each other just casual friends. They’d never dated, but since both liked playing chess, and they were both on the school chess team, they’d occasionally played some chess together, either at school or each others’ home. However, Poney’s parents hadn’t started going naked the last time Rolf was at her home. She didn’t think she and Rolf had planned anything for today.
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Grassroots naturism, part 6D

Poney spent much of Saturday afternoon helping her mother prepare a backyard barbecue dinner. Their guests were to witness and help celebrate the family’s pledge to become a naked family by adopting a lifestyle of total nudity. This combination of a ceremonial pledge and celebration of their new lifestyle seemed the ideal way to proceed.
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