Nudism in Norway is fairly common and widely accepted. There are about 20 declared nude beaches "free beaches" along Norway's coastline and fjords. Besides those official beaches, nudists in Norway have unlimited possibilities all over the country to take a swim in the nude without being embarrassed and without embarrassing anybody. Anyone can find a secluded bathing spot at any time along the long coastline. Although Norway is in the north, the climate is fairly temperate, which means there are about three months in the summer when the water is warm enough to swim in.
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For a naturist, it is a heaven. When it comes getting nude and even becoming intimate in public, it is the most liberal country. One can bare it all in public, from beaches, parks, streets or even in forests. In Germany, nudity in public is allowed, but it is restricted to certain places.
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Clothing laws vary considerably around the world. In general, in most countries, there are no laws which prescribe what clothing is required to be worn. However, the community standards of clothing are set indirectly by way of prosecution of those who wear something that is not socially approved. Those people who wear insufficient clothing can be prosecuted in many countries under various offences termed indecent exposure , public indecency or other descriptions. Generally, these offences do not themselves define what is and what is not acceptable clothing to constitute the offence, and leave it to a judge to determine in each case. Most clothing laws concern which parts of the body must not be exposed to view; there are exceptions. Some countries have strict clothing laws, such as in some Islamic countries. Other countries are more tolerant of non-conventional attire and are relaxed about nudity. Many countries have different laws and customs for men and women, what may be allowed or perceived often varies by gender.