May 3, 2012 — -- quicklist: 1title: text: LOXAHATCHEE, Fla.—
Nine-year-old Alex Reamer, like most boys his age, loves video games, the playground and riding his bike, except he does all these things without wearing clothes. Yes, you read that correctly, he is naked.
"I don't wear clothes much!" Alex proudly exclaimed in an interview with ABC News' John Berman, adding he goes months without putting on a shirt and pants. "I just like to be nude."
Alex and his family are nudists. That means naked swimming, naked cleaning, naked homework. Naked everything.
Watch the full story on "20/20: Xtreme Parents" Friday at 10 p.m. ET."I never realized that my clothes were so uncomfortable, until I didn't have to wear them anymore," said Frank Reamer, Alex's dad.
The Reamers moved to Sunsport Gardens, a nudist camp outside Palm Beach, six years ago. About 70 residents, including 10 children, live in small RVs located around the 40-acre campground, where nudity is not only embraced but expected.
The Reamers only agreed to speak with "20/20" if we agreed not to blur, uh, anything.
"It sends the wrong message," said Sandra Reamer, Alex's mom. "It says that nudity is bad."
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quicklist: 2title: Family Says Nakedness Reinforces Positive Valuestext: It's one thing to see every inch of grown-ups. But what about children, like Alex?