Married and pregnant at sixteen Belinda Mosse had spent her life in the little country village where she was born. When her children left home Belinda got divorced, moved to London and discovered... More > what she describes as ‘the joys of naturism’. She started a new naturist life and has kept a daily diary ever since.
It has been a sometimes hectic but always interesting time for Belinda. She has loved the excitement of dancing the night away at the Ritz and the thrill of being kissed by Richard Gere, but has been just as happy sharing a simple picnic on a wild deserted beach with an old man and his dog.
Equally at home in a designer suit, a cheap sarong or nothing at all Belinda has always kept her feet firmly on the ground and in spite of everything has remained the same delightfully simple little country girl she always was.
Belinda’s diary is an open, honest and intimate account of her journey from clothed conformity to naked freedom.< Less