Daymin Voss is one of my current favorite adult male same gender loving (gay) actors. He’s been featured in numerous scenes that both Aaron, my spouse, and I have found both enjoyable, exhilarating, and very inspirational. His on-screen work is rated “adult only” but that doesn’t make him any less a handsome and talented man!
Daymin Voss lives in Florida and has no problem with acknowledging his bare practitioner affinity with the public. As a professional performer in the same gender loving (bisexual or gay) film industry and as an escort, he views his sexual identity and his preference for clothes freedom enhance his professional qualifications.
He experiences no guilt or shame over his sexual orientation not his preference for nudity. His celebrity status in our bare practitioner community affords him no opportunity to attempt to conceal either his body or other aspects of his nature. Daymin frequents Haulover Beach – one of the most visited and popular of the nude beaches along the eastern coast of the USA (Atlantic Ocean). He’s probably as much of a tourist attraction there as the actual beach itself!
With Daymin as the celebrity-in-resident at Haulover Beach, it is no surprise to any of us of the clothing-optional coastal strip is immensely popular. Before moving on to more information on the beach itself, below are some life facts on Mr. Voss!
Born: June 23, 1988
Height: 5’11” 178 cm
Weight: 210 lbs. 95 kg
Body: Muscular, very hairy
Haulover Park is a 177 acre park that is operated by the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department. It is the largest public clothes freedom beach is the USA and attracts an estimated 1.3 million tourists annually. It is located in the metropolitan Miami area just north of Bal Harbour, Florida. It is an island causeway between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.
The Dade County Commission secured the property in 1940 after approval of a $2 million municipal bond by county commissioner Charles Crandon for the purchase of northern Key Biscayne Park (later Crandon Park) and the beach north of Baker’s Haulover Inlet (then known as Ocean Beach).
Construction of the facility commenced in 1941 but was halted following the attack on the USA by Japan. Development resumed in 1945 and the property was renamed Haulover Park in January, 1947. It opened to the public in 1948.
The northernmost .06 km of the 2.4 km shoreline is a clothing optional beach officially recognized by the government of Miami-Dade County. This was first designated by South Florida Free Beaches, a local naturist/nudist organization, in July, 1991. The county didn’t sanction the usage but it eventually relented to recognition in 1993.
My spouse, Aaron, and I try to visit here at least once annually just for the joy of being away from home and in the sunshine!
We appreciate Daymin Voss promoting this site and the sanctioning of being a fellow and proud bare practitioner!
Roger Poladopoulos/ReNude Pride
Author’s Note: The next post entry here is planned for Monday, November 22, 2021, and the proposed topic is: “Happy Thanksgiving!”