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Naturist does not pay for shopping in Germany

October 20, 2015 3 Comments 2,998 views

A supermarket of the small town of Süderlügum, located at the German-Danish border, has recently been a place of an incredible buzz much like the Spanish company Desigual before when it offered €270 of vouchers to any client coming shopping naked.  As a matter of fact, it’s an initiative that sounds like a real marketing blow and that allows the most audacious household to fill a shopping trolley for free. At the heart of the culture of the naked body, shopping has therefore become a child’s play …

The shopping of nudity

70 people came forward for this very unique world event whose offer was initially reserved for the first 100 clients.A real publicity stunt for the supermarket but also an even that consistently promotes German long naturist tradition, a country where the nudity is widely admitted without complex even in the public gardens.

An opening on generalizing nudity in town that could put German society in the fast lane for assuming more its open-mindedness.

Attention, all nudists in store

By encouraging more shared nudity and thus to a heightened tolerance, the supermarket sends a strong message; that of a society ahead of its time, where the body becomes an accessory and where appearances cease to be misleading.

Could Germany hold its own at France as the world first naturist destination?What do you think about it?

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3 Comments for “Naturist does not pay for shopping in Germany”

  1. Jacob Drake

    It’s a shame we don’t have places like this where I live. I’d be shopping nude all the time and be much happier with life…;)

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  2. Mike

    “that consistently promotes German long naturist tradition, a country where the nudity is widely admitted without complex even in the public gardens.”
    Sadly this is not true. Going naked in 99% of Germany will land you in trouble with the Law.

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