History of Tanning

In ancient history, tanning was considered a noxious trade and relegated to the outskirts of town, amongst the poor. The ancients used leather for water skins, bags, harnesses, boats, armor, quivers, scabbards, boots, and sandals. Around 2500 BC, the Sumerians started using leather, affixed by copper studs, on chariot wheels. Tanners would take an animal skin and soak it in water. Then they would pound and scour the skin to eliminate flesh and fat.

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Next, either they soaked the skin in urine to loosen hair fibers or they let the skin putrefy for several months, after which they dipped the skin in a salt solution. After the hair fibers were loosened, the tanners would scrape them off with a knife. Once the hair was removed, tanners would bate the material by thumping dung into the skin or soaking the skin in a solution of animal brains. They would also take cedar oil, alum, or tannin and stretch the skin as it lost moisture and consumed the tanning agent. Left Over leather would be turned into paste. Tanners would place bits of hides in a vat of water and let them deteriorate for months. The mixture would then be set over a fire to boil off the water to produce hide paste.

My Private Narrative

I was not produced into a nudist family and so I was taught that one should not go around without their clothes on. Being bare in front of others was acceptable just in some specific situations (Doctor’s office, locker rooms, school showers, or other locations where shifting clothes was acceptable) and just for the brief time it was required. beach babes didn’t walk around naked in mixed company.

As a child I went to a summer camp which was run by my Father and once a week we had “Scrub”. Typically we wore out bathing suits when we swam in the lake, but on “Scrub Day” we took soap to the lake and left our suits in the cabins. As this is the only method we could really wash, and since it was an all boys’ camp, the required nudity was acceptable. Because I CAn’t swim I didn’t enjoy visiting the lake at all. As far as I was concerned being being naked with the other boys wasn’t the issue being at http://youngnudest.com was.

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