Nudists strip off for World Naked Gardening Day2 min read
World Naked Gardening Day has been held on the first Saturday of May since 2005.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, Dan Adamik, founder of Young Nudists of Australia, explained what the day means to him.
“The number one appeal is being out in nature,” he explained.
“Wearing pants mean responsibility,” he added.
Far from being just about sexualization, Dan says World Naked Gardening Day is about “being outside swimming, lazing in the sun, being social with friends with zero judgement”.
Dan says that at work he has to wear a uniform, so he makes the most of doing duties around the house naked.
Dan claims people are becoming more and more accepting of gardening nude.
“To be opposed to the human body is to be opposed to yourself,” he said.
And although Australia is famed for its dangerous and deadly wildlife, Dan said he isn’t worried about coming into contact with giant spiders or six-foot snakes while nude.
Young Nudists of Australia have an 18-40 age policy.
And Dan has advice for anyone looking to get into gardening nude, but feel too body conscious and shy to get started.
“Try it by yourself, at home, in your safe environment,” he explained.