Hector Martinez has an entire suite of social media based around "Normalizing Nudity." He has a Vimeo channel where you can rent or buy videos of him and friends in their au natural. The most recent is about making tacos al pastor, a traditional Mexican dish. His Twitter feed is as twitter.com/_Hector_Mtz.
This 1933 documentary film shows a reporter assigned to write an article on a nudist camp. The film was designed to be shown at small movie theaters as a shocking, exploitation-type movie. Movies of this type were frequently shown at circuses, sideshows, and other traveling shows. The 35-minute film is basically a tour of a nudist camp, showing the people at meals, playing volleyball, baseball, hiking, jogging, playing leapfrog, and other daily activities, except they are all nude. A somewhat amusing and funny film, especially when watched today.
Looks like this guy was really enjoying the warm temps at Arapahoe Basin over the weekend. He took lap down Montezuma Bowl at Colorado's Arapahoe Basin — buck naked — in April of this year and lost his IKON pass for the rest of the season. It doesn’t seem like he regretted the decision too much:
Clear back in 2002, Family Guy aired an episode (Season 3, Episode 18) that involved a naturist family, and Peter and Lois jump right in ... eventually. In the episode, Peter saves a drowning man while out fishing on his boat. The Griffins are invited over to share dinner with his family. Lois and Peter are shocked to discover that the entire family are nudists, but their teen-aged son takes an interest in Meg. After devastating Meg with their refusal to accept the "alternative lifestyle," Peter and Lois invite the son to play board games, and shed their clothes to make him feel more welcome. The episode is available on Hulu+. Some clips: Full episode: