(For Part One, go here.)

Tradition! Tradition! Circumcision, female genital mutilation, nude beaches – these are just a few traditions worth keeping. I’ve written and/or litigated on behalf of the first two, while I’ve long lounged naked at the local beach. Why not? Why is the New Yorker so prudish as to mention my nude beach-going in its forthcoming hit piece on me? As I write in an open letter to that publication:

You could interview others who have been on the Martha’s Vineyard nude beach with my wife and me and find out that it has a tradition of occasional skinny dipping by people of all shapes and sizes, including judges, doctors, professors and political activists.

I only ever go with my wife, and I can certify that all the nudists are high achievers with bad bodies. Only the best people; only the worst naughty bits…

What I mean to say is, here’s one thing you’ll never see on a Martha’s Vineyard nude beach: a nubile fifteen-year-old girl. Never!


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2 Responses to “Dersh Cam: Part Two”

  1. Bill Radigan Says:

    Alan: There’s a sign at my local beach.

    Speedo Limit: 40 and under

    Take a hint.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Bill: LOL!

    But, as Dersh would point out, that sign is antisemitic and he’s suing.

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