Lessons from a Swedish co-ed sauna

Very interesting observations.


Herräng, Sweden is home to the largest swing-dance camp in the world. It hosts hundreds of multi-national dancers in one small town for a month, literally doubling their population every year. Dancers spend their days taking classes, hiking, paddling rowboats, making new friends, dancing the night away to live music, or relaxing in the co-ed sauna.

Co-ed sauna. Those words struck fear into my heart. I was raised to believe that being naked meant asking for sex. I hated that I my C-cup breasts drew unwanted attention at age 15 as much as they did at age 21. I remember wearing a v-neck top—a modest one—and my then boyfriend trying to feel me up all night because, as he said, “why would you wear that top if you didn’t want the attention?” In short, I was terrified of being naked or showing skin.

The only naked female bodies I had…

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One Response to Lessons from a Swedish co-ed sauna

  1. aguywithoutboxers says:

    An interesting perspective, indeed, from someone unaccustomed to social nudity. Thank you, my naked friend, for reminding us of this fact! Much love and naked hugs!

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