There’s something about the idea of getting naked that makes it all worth it.
In a recent Sand volleyball tournament, there was a bit of nudity.
The players wore little bikini tops, which they then pulled down as they competed.
One of the participants, 17-year-old Tasha, who was in the stands, was having a bit more fun than her competitors.
She got up on her knees, and when the spectators started cheering for her, she grabbed her top and started rubbing it against her stomach.
“I didn’t want to get embarrassed because I love the game, and I’m so into volleyball,” Tasha said.
“It’s not really about me, but it’s really good.”
When the sun was setting, Tasha had a chance to relax in the shade of the trees.
She’s now back in school and is taking a break from volleyball to be with her boyfriend.
(CBC News: Amanda Loeffler)”I just feel like, it’s nice, and it’s so fun,” Tashas friend, 23-year old Kadeem, said.
They said the event was all about camaraderie.
“It’s like you’re part of a group of people, and you’re all doing things together,” said Kadeems friend, 21-yearold Mandy.
“I think the camarade really helps.”
Tasha said she’s going to continue playing volleyball.
But when the sun comes up again, she plans to get a little more into the nude part of the game.
“Nudity is so much more fun, it really helps,” she said.
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