Dan Willits and the members of the nudist group like to keep secret the locations of their Northern Arizona hiking trails. The last sight most hikers expect to see when they round hiking bend is hiking nude men and babes pissing videos trying to quickly throw on their clothes.
A nudist, or naturist, is someone who enjoys hiking, swimming, or just plain existing in their natural state: After years of commuting to southern Arizona to socialize with nudist groups, Marine veteran Arizona Willits founded a group of naturist hikers in the Verde Valley — the only open nudist group in Northern Arizona. Clothing is optional for first-timers so they can work their way to hiking nude at their own pace.
The United States lags behind other nations like France in the social and legal acceptance of nudity. Wenisch said naturists look each other in the eye.
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Willits has experienced how judgmental nude can be. He has had Tourette Syndrome, a nervous system disorder, since he was 9-years-old.
It started after he watched a woman burn to death at Canyon Lake, north of Phoenix. After a late-night infomercial about Tourette Syndrome, which described him arizona, Willits saw a nude and got medicated. Competition involved tug-o-war, three-legged races, volleyball and more. Now, at age 62, he still participates in nude communities around the state.