Nudist, or naturist, magazines comprising photographs of naked men, women and children enjoying outdoor activities first appeared as far back as the beginning of the 20th century. Nudist culture boomed in the 1950s and early 1960s, following a landmark ruling which permitted such material to be freely distributed via the US mail. Of course, these publications were not aimed solely at fellow naturists; although their content and context was strictly non-sexual, the ample swathes of female flesh they offered nonetheless provided the average man with the only masturbatory material which was freely available. Jean le Baptiste has assembled from his own collection a stunning array of vintage photographs from these magazines, a collection which takes us back to the unashamed, unclothed splendour of more innocent decades in the sun. "Naked At Noon" contains over 100 classic images, with 32 pages in full colour. For those who prefer women with no tattoos, no silicone, and hair where nature intended.
Worth reading for the beginning of the naturists in the US
By Bernard W. Martin on Dec 04, 2013
Naked at Noon has a historic importance, digital photography could make a better review. However it is an innocent approach to naturism.