The skinny dipping event - from 6pm to 8pm this Saturday at Blackpool's Sandcastle Waterpark - has been organised by British Naturism. The skinny dipping event is open to adults and kids of all ages and has been organised by British Naturism. You can ditch your costumes and trunks to ride the water slides and wave machines in nothing but your birthday suit. The session, from 6pm to 8pm this Saturday at Blackpool's Sandcastle Waterpark, is one in a series of events by the group, with others happening at WaterWorld in Stoke-on-Trent. The group want to have the most naked people riding a theme park ride at one time when they climb aboard the Grand National at 5pm.
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Ask Your Question today. Growing up, my family swam naked together and it was never a big deal. It's just the way it always was for us, so we never really thought much about it. In fact, it wasn't until I was in college that I even realized that it was out-of-the-norm. It's not like we were a family of nudists-we weren't. Our family had two girls and a boy: I was oldest, my brother was 2 years younger, and my sister was a year younger than him. We had an inground pool in our backyard surrounded by a six-foot high privacy fence. When we went swimming as a family, we rarely wore our swimsuits. It was no big deal. That's just the way we grew up.
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The event, which is part of British Naturism's Blackpool Weekend, has been branded 'totally unacceptable'. A protest has been planned against a 'family nude swimming session' that is due to take place at Blackpool's Sandcastle Waterpark. Naked adults and children are due to hit the slides together as part of British Naturism's Blackpool Weekend. Last year, almost 5, people signed an online petition against the swim session, which is due to take place again this Saturday February
The skinny dipping event is open to adults and kids of all ages and is organised by British Naturism. The event, where naked adults and children hit the slides together, is part of British Naturism's Blackpool Weekend. It hit the headlines last year after almost 5, people signed an online petition against it. Emma Hadaway, from Crewe, launched the petition and described the swim session as 'a massive safeguarding issue', with 'children being naked around adults neither their parents or themselves know'.