But during the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformation, new Adamites arose:
Today there's a Tabor College in Kansas, founded by the Moravian Church, which does not practice casual nudity anymore. In fact, the church is quite conservative. This is probably the only picture you will ever see of a Moravian in a swimsuit.
No doubt a lot of same-sex romances were going on.
The naked men shoving flowers into each other's butts in The Garden of Earthly Delights were probably Brethren of the Free Spirit.
3. The Beghards, male counterparts of the Beguines, men who refused marriage and lived communally, but did not take on holy orders. They lived by begging, and devoted themselves to spiritual life. Although repeatedly condemned by mainstream Christian churches, they lasted until the 19th century.
4. The Neo-Adamites of Bohemia started in 1781, and lasted until they were repressed by the Austro-Hungarian government in 1849.
Several artists have used the Adamites as an excuse to draw or paint penises.
Night Meeting of the Adamites, by Francois Morellon la Cave (1696-1768)
The Doom of the Adamites, by Frantisek Zenisek (1846-1919)