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Boys skinny dipping in a sacred tank of water in Tiruvanamalai, India.
Boys skinny dipping in a sacred tank of water in Tiruvanamalai, India.

Skinny dipping, also spelled skinny-dipping, is swimming naked, i.e. without any swimsuit. Skin(ny) diving is both used as a synonym and for free diving. Skinny dip may refer to: Skinny dipping, nude bathing Skinny Dip (novel), a Carl Hiaasen novel Skinny DIP, in the field of electronics is a narrow dual in-line package Skinny Dip, a beer from New Belgium Brewing Company Category: ... Image File history File links Portal. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Kids_skinny_dipping_in_India. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Kids_skinny_dipping_in_India. ... Swimmer redirects here. ... Nude redirects here. ... A swimsuit, bathing suit or swimming costume is an item of clothing designed to be worn for swimming. ... Free-diver with monofin, ascending. ...

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Etymology

Families enjoying the swimming at Monts de Bussy, Haute Vienne, France.
Families enjoying the swimming at Monts de Bussy, Haute Vienne, France.

The term skinny dip, first recorded in English in the 1950s, includes the somewhat archaic word skinny, known since 1573, meaning "having to do with skin", as it exposed the naked hide; in World War II skinny was also used for the 'naked' truth. Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (1600 × 1200 pixel, file size: 392 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Naturism Talk:Naturism Metadata This file... Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (1600 × 1200 pixel, file size: 392 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Naturism Talk:Naturism Metadata This file... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000...


Definitions

The term is commonly used with a neutral tone to describe swimming in unheated water, but is also used when referring to going naked in hot tubs and hot springs. Nude redirects here. ... Hot tub at Big White Ski Resort A hot tub is a large manufactured tub or small pool full of heated water and used for soaking, relaxation, massage, or hydrotherapy. ... Green Dragon Spring at Norris Geyser A hot spring is a place where warm or hot groundwater issues from the ground on a regular basis for at least a predictable part of the year, and is significantly above the ambient ground temperature (which is usually around 55~57 F or...


It has a more mischievous connotation when describing swimming excursions (often under cover of darkness) in swimming pools or at beaches where one would be expected to wear swimsuits. In this sense, skinny dipping in mixed company (i.e. both males and females) has an element of sexual rebelliousness to it, though sexual activity does not necessarily take place. For the 2003 film, see Swimming Pool (film). ... For other uses, see Beach (disambiguation). ... A swimsuit, bathing suit or swimming costume is an item of clothing designed to be worn for swimming. ... This article is about human sexual perceptions. ... This article is about sexual practices (i. ...


History

 "The Swimming Hole" , 1885, by Thomas Eakins (1844-1916).
"The Swimming Hole" , 1885, by Thomas Eakins (1844-1916).

In ancient times skinny dipping was the only method of swimming. Swimming suits had not been invented. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Self portrait (1902), National Academy of Design, New York. ...


Skinny dipping was once very common in the western world too, especially for young boys and girls swimming in a secluded pond, swimming hole, or section of a river. Swimsuits were originally uncommon in these settings, as they were made out of materials such as wool that required extra care to deal with, and were of limited practical benefit. Although modern swimwear is more practical, skinny dipping remains a fairly common activity in rural areas, where an unwanted audience of outsiders is rather unlikely; yet it may be forbidden even there by law and/or parental authority if considered immoral. A swimming hole is a place in a river, stream, creek, spring or similar natural body of water which is large enough and deep enough for a person to swim in. ... Womans bathing suit, 1920s, USA A swimsuit (also swimmers), bathing suit (also bathers) or swimming costume (sometimes shortened to cozzie) is an item of clothing designed to be worn for swimming. ...


Before the YMCA began to admit females in the early 1960s, swimming trunks were not even allowed in the pools[1], and high school swimming classes for boys sometimes had similar policies[2] , citing the impracticality of providing and maintaining sanitary swimming gear. These practices were common because of the perception that there was nothing wrong or sexual about seeing members of the same gender in the nude, especially in these indoor contexts among equals in 'birthday suit uniform'. Not to be confused with YWCA. This article is about the association. ... The 1960s decade refers to the years from 1960 to 1969. ... ...


In the United States, various counties and municipalities may enact their own dress codes, and many have. There is no federal law against nudity. Nude beaches, such as Baker Beach in San Francisco, operate within federal park lands in California. However, under a provision called concurrent jurisdiction, federal park rangers may enforce state and local laws, or invite local authorities to do so. Baker Beach with the Golden Gate Bridge as its backdrop. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... Official language(s) English Capital Sacramento Largest city Los Angeles Largest metro area Greater Los Angeles Area  Ranked 3rd  - Total 158,302 sq mi (410,000 km²)  - Width 250 miles (400 km)  - Length 770 miles (1,240 km)  - % water 4. ... Concurrent jurisdiction exists where two or more courts from different systems simultaneously have jurisdiction over a specific case. ... NPS director Mary Bomar in her park ranger uniform A park ranger is a person charged with protecting and preserving protected parklands, forests (then called a forest ranger), wilderness areas, as well as other natural resources and protected cultural resources. ...


Skinny dipping in modern culture

Verbal media

As literature is not a visual medium, forms of nudity are easily accepted here.

Skinny dipping on a French beach
Skinny dipping on a French beach
  • In classical Dutch language works of the Flemish authors Felix Timmermans and Ernest Claes, both also made into motion pictures which include the explicit scenes, title characters practice it in different ways: the adult Pallieter, who has recovered from a potentially lethal sickness, takes skinny dive in the river is symbolical for shedding his old stuffy city life in favor of hedonistic life in the country; the mischievous schoolboy nicknamed De Witte van Zichem, a farmhand's son, is caught by his mother skinny diving with classmates - at the adult's approach they all hide shy, but she recognizes and takes away his clothes, forcing him to return home covered only by leaves, expecting a good hiding.
  • The Great Brain series of books by J.D. Fitzgerald, set in the 1800s frequently includes chapters set at the old swimming hole.
  • In the Soup children's series books by Robert Newton Peck, boys Soup and Rob sometimes go skinny-dipping. A chapter from the second book, Soup And Me where their clothes are stolen by bully Janice Ryker, leaving the boys stranded and forced to "borrow" dresses from a church rummage sale, was adapted into an episode of the ABC Weekend Special starring Shane Sinutko and Christian Berrigan.
  • The Plague by Albert Camus features two of the lead characters, Rieux and Tarrou, swimming naked into the mediterranean from Oran beach.
  • Skinny-Dipping at Monster Lake (Aladdin Fiction) is a children's book by Bill Wallace that tells the story of a group of boys trying to learn the secret behind the mystery of the glowing eyes they see in the lake.
  • Several other popular books use, essentially, Skinny-dipping as or in the title.
  • Most literature on Naturism uses the phrase "skinny-dipping" to set a relaxed tone, as in the YMCA photo.
  • The R.E.M. song Nightswimming refers to skinny dipping (specifically at night).
  • Skinny dipping can refer to swimming offshore from nude beaches.
  • Skinny-dipping (Au Pairs, The) (2005) ISBN 1-4169-0382-8 For Grade 9 and up. Culturally, cutting edge.

Image File history File links Download high resolution version (678x1024, 88 KB)Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (678x1024, 88 KB)Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2. ... Leopold Maximiliaan Felix Timmermans (July 5, 1886 – January 24, 1947) is the most translated author of Flanders. ... Andreas Ernestus Josephus Claes (October, 24th 1885 in Zichem - September, 2nd 1968 in Elsene) was a Flemsih author. ... The Great Brain is a series of childrens books by American author John Dennis Fitzgerald (1907-1988). ... For other uses, see Soup (disambiguation). ... ... The ABC Weekend Special was a weekly 30-minute anthology TV series for children which aired Saturday mornings on ABC from 1977 to 1997. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... For other uses, see Camus. ... View of Oran Coat of arms of Oran Oran (Arabic:, pronounced Wahran) is a city in northwestern Algeria, situated on the Mediterranean coast. ... Bill, Steven Seagal, Burton Cummings Bill Wallace (born May 18, 1949) is a bassist from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. ... R.E.M. is an American rock band formed in Athens, Georgia in 1980 by Bill Berry (drums), Peter Buck (guitar), Mike Mills (bass guitar), and Michael Stipe (vocals). ... Nightswimming is a song by the band R.E.M.. It appears on their 1992 album Automatic for the People and was released as a single in 1993. ... People skinny dipping and sunbathing nude at Bredene nudist beach in Belgium. ...

Visual media

Henry Scott Tuke, "Ruby, gold and malachite," 1902
Henry Scott Tuke, "Ruby, gold and malachite," 1902

Skinny dipping was a common subject of Old Masters and Romantic oil paintings, usually bucolic or in a mythological of historical setting. In later days it became rarer, but more likely to depict straight-forward contemporary scenes. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (1000x749, 232 KB) Henry Scott Tuke (1858–1929), Ruby, gold and malachite (1902) File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Henry Scott Tuke Beachwear Skinny dipping User:Markaci... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (1000x749, 232 KB) Henry Scott Tuke (1858–1929), Ruby, gold and malachite (1902) File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Henry Scott Tuke Beachwear Skinny dipping User:Markaci... Henry Scott Tuke Henry Scott Tuke (12 June 1858–13 March 1929), British painter, is best remembered for his paintings of naked boys, which have earned him the status of a pioneer of gay male culture. ... An Old Master (or old master) is one of the great European painters who lived 1500 through 1800, or a painting by one of these painters. ... Romantics redirects here. ... Bucolic, although often used as an adjective, is a noun originally describing a type of pastoral poetry that praises rural life over that of the city. ...

  • The English painter Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929) is mainly known for various depictions of boys and young men who swim, dive and lounge, usually naked, on a boat or on the beach, sometimes in a traditional 'alibi' context, but after 1890 often just naturalistic, usually sexually innocent scenes with local youths in the Cornish fishing port of Falmouth where he settled in 1885
  • Norman Rockwell's painting No Swimming that adorned the cover of the June 4, 1921 edition of the Saturday Evening Post with boys in various states of undress escaping from the local authorities.

As for film, since a skinny dive is considered more innocent than nudity in an explicitly sexual context, skinny dipping scenes are unlikely to cause a scandal and stand a better change of surviving the censor/ rating authorities' scrutiny. Henry Scott Tuke Henry Scott Tuke (12 June 1858–13 March 1929), British painter, is best remembered for his paintings of naked boys, which have earned him the status of a pioneer of gay male culture. ... Falmouth (Cornish: Aberfal) is a seaport on the River Fal on the south coast of Cornwall, England, UK. It is both a town and a civil parish. ... Norman Percevel Rockwell (February 3, 1894 – November 8, 1978) was a 20th century American painter. ...

  • Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938) Even though there was a swimming hole scene shot from a distance, promotional stills were taken of Tommy Kelly in the nude.
  • Child Bride (1938) gained notoriety for a lengthy scene involving a 12-year-old girl swimming naked while a leering older man observes.
  • Oklahoma! (1943) Early in the film, Laurey and Ado Annie take a skinny dip in a swimming hole where they think no man is watching.
  • Tom Brown's School Days (1951) Group of British School children going swimming in this less famous adaptation.
  • The Fool Killer (1965) Anthony Perkins and 12 year old Edward Albert take a break from the road to swim.
  • Pollyanna (1969) Opening shot of classic Disney movie is of a group of "starkers" swimming under a railroad track.
  • Easy Rider (1969) Emphasizes anarchic Hippie style.
  • The Last Picture Show (1971) set in Archer City, Texas contains an indoor naked pool use tradition including an 'initiation' consisting in divesting in full view.
  • Walkabout (1971) emphasis on communing with Nature.
  • Tom Sawyer (1973) Musical version even sings about "Tom and Huck swimming in the nude."
  • In It's My Party (1976 film), a scene with naked young men taking a high dive and quickly getting out of the pool to dive again sets the image of the good old days of a wealthy gay couple
  • Bilitis (1977) Group of 6-7 teenage girls skinny dipping in a lake.
  • Hair (1979 musical) Emphasizes anarchic Hippie style.
  • The Blue Lagoon (1980) Emmeline and Richard Lestrange (played by Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins) are shown skinny dipping in the sea together while growing up on a tropical island.
  • Friday The 13th (1980) Horror film series became famous for skinny dippers who were stalked and killed by undead maniac Jason Voorhees and his mother.
  • On Golden Pond (1981) Family skinny dipping intended to demonstrate open-minded nature of parents.
  • Gallipoli (1981) shows Commonwealth troops skinny dipped near a Mediterranean front.
  • Paradise (1982) shows Phoebe Cates and Willie Aames shown skinny dipping in a desert oasis.
  • Summer Lovers (1982) A young American couple visits the nude beaches on the Greek island of Santorini.
  • National Lampoon's Vacation (1983), Christie Brinkley skinny dipped in a motel swimming pool with Chevy Chase, who was later joined by Beverly D'Angelo.
  • Ronia the Robber's Daughter (Sweden/Norway 1984). Ronia and her friend Birk (both 11) played and ran naked at a lake in the forest.
  • Children of a Lesser God (1986) Sarah Norman (Marlee Matlin) took a skinny dip in the deaf school's swimming pool.
  • A Room with a View (1986, Academy Award winner) the reverend Beebe remarks young Freddy Honeychurch is extraordinarily direct when in one sentence presenting himself and extending an invitation for a swim to his new neighbours' slightly older son George Emerson, but when the two invite him, he cheerfully accepts- after splashing and frolicking in and around the pool in the woods, they are surprised by Freddie's mother, his sister and her fiancé.
  • Doc Hollywood (1991) In an apparent dream scene, actress Julie Warner is shown undressing and slipping into a river in the buff. Then Michael J. Fox is shown waking from the dream, stumbling outside nursing a hangover, which seems to disappear when Warner bursts starkers from the water, and he sees the conclusion of his dream. Fox offers her a cover, but she is unconcerned with her nakedness, aware that he's the new town doctor. After redressing, she sarcastically tells him, "You can blink now."
  • At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991) Few of the cast didn't get naked at one point during this film of missionaries in South America - Daryl Hannah, Kathy Bates and Tom Berenger included.
  • The Man in the Moon (1991) There is a scene in which Dani Trant (Reese Witherspoon) is seen behind foliage, removing her clothes, and then running and jumping in the swimming hole on a neighbor's land. She is soon surprised by Court Foster, Jason London, the new neighbor when jumps in the swimming hole with and chases her off.
  • Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991) Lilli Hargrave and Richard Lestrange (played by Milla Jovovich and Brian Krause) are shown skinny dipping in the sea together while falling in love on a tropical island.
  • Radio Inside (1994) Matthew stripped naked before attempting suicide by swimming into the open sea.
  • Threesome (1994) shy Eddy needs some encouragement from his two college roommates to strip down and follow them into a lake - afterwards they are surprised by a class of school kids.
  • Exit to Eden (1994) Lisa Emerson (Dana Delany) and Diana (Stephanie Niznik) are shown skinny dipping in the swimming pool at a sexual fantasy island.
  • Camilla (1994) Jessica Tandy took a dip!
  • Now and Then (1995) Teenagers Roberta Martin and Tina Tercell (Christina Ricci and Thora Birch) stole the clothes of skinny dipping brothers, including Devon Sawa.
  • Dante's Peak (1997) a skinny-dipping couple were surprised by volcanic heat and boiled alive.
  • Lawn Dogs (1997), Trent stopped his truck on a high bridge, forcing passing traffic to witness him stripping completely and diving off starkers.
  • Wilde (1997, life of the witty playwright Oscar) several men jumped off an English seaside resort pier in various attire, from full bathing suits to stark naked.
  • Shadrach (1998) A family from the 1930s took a swim together at the old mill pond.
  • The Parent Trap (1998) One of the girls has to go skinny-dipping, nothing much is shown except maybe a silhouette.
  • Cruel Intentions (1999), main character Sebastian Valmont (Ryan Phillippe) arranged to meet Annette Hargrove (Reese Witherspoon) while he's skinny dipping indoors, who wore a one piece swimsuit while swimming with him.
  • Y tu mamá también (2001) two upper-class Mexican best friends frolcked and jumped in the pool together naked
  • Open Season (2006) Bob and Bobbie go skinny-dipping. The skinny-dipping segment is expanded in the short film Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run.
  • Wild Hogs (2007) John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy got caught skinny dipping in a roadside pond by a picnicing family.

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  • Many other films use skinny-dipping to suggest trust, emotional intimacy, intimacy with nature, even shades of baptism, but often just for the nudity and as a prelude to sexual activity.

This article is about the Christian religious act of Baptism. ...

See also

Boys skinnydipping in a fountain.
Boys skinnydipping in a fountain.

Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... This is a list of public outdoor clothes free areas for recreation. ...

References

  1. ^ Tate, Cassandra (2001-03-14). Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of Greater Seattle -- Part 3: Readjustment, 1930-1980. HistoryLink.org. Retrieved on 2007-03-25.
  2. ^ Saul, Andrew (2005). Hate to Exercise as Much as I Do?. From the books Doctor Yourself and Fire Your Doctor by Dr. Andrew W. Saul PhD. Dr. Andrew W. Saul PhD. 23 Greenridge Crescent Hamlin, NY. 14464 USA. Retrieved on 2007-03-26.

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