Naturism

There is more to sex than an erect penis. How do you maintain your sexuality both for yourself and for your partner? What techniques do you use to give both of you a great, satisfying sex life? How do you explore your own body and sexuality now that the rules have changed?

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radioradio
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Re: Naturism

Postby radioradio » Fri Sep 22, 2017 4:13 pm

David_R wrote:Yep, the idea is still out there (and quite common) that nudity = sex, and people who want to be nude around others (in a setting that is not like a locker room kind of setting) are pervs. What a shame. :(


Agreed! For anyone who has not experienced it, it's hard to describe the feeling of freedom you have when you lose the clothes.

Just an FYI, if anyone is curious. Nude beaches: NJ - Gunnison at Sandy Hook
FL - Haulover Beach

I have enjoyed them both, but not recently. Love being nude at the beach.

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Re: Naturism

Postby bldoink » Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:29 pm

I'm not into it now but as a youth I lived on a nude beach for about a year. It's now a State Park on Maui, Makena Beach. However, I believe a section referred to as Little Beach is unofficially still clothing optional. I doubt you'd find a bunch of hippies living in lean-tos there now. It was a different world there in 1971.
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Re: Naturism

Postby goodwoodnow » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:57 pm

I love it ! I highly recommend it for everyone. Just to try it out, see how comfortable it gets to be so quickly.
Social nudity at a beautiful outdoor setting is just a fantastic sensation. Freedom fro clothes, especially wet bathing suits People are far friendlier and actually more comfortable than at clothed resorts. Why> Because we start out naked in a group, which gives us something in common right away. As for sex, most places are non-sexual but there's a sensual vibe anyway. My wife and I always find it sexy...almost a cure for ED at last!
Sadly my very favorite resort, Club Orient on St martin, was devastated by hurricane Irma, just trashed. No telling when it can reopen, but my wife and I will be waiting to return. The place was just incredible,nude 24/7. I once went 13 days there without EVER wearing any clothing except for sandals, a baseball hat, and tennis shoes. Would enjoy finding fellow naturists here on FT.
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Re: Naturism

Postby graymare » Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:15 pm

I live on a lake in the northeast and after Labor Day most seasonal owners have retreated to their other homes. We year round residents have the place to ourselves and this past week we have experienced amazingly warm sunny days. I have been able to be naked outside and am loving it. My wife (who insists that I never offend someone with this old body) is off visiting family and I am experiencing my own personal nudist colony in the secluded sections of my property. I can skinny dip, though the water ain't warm, and sunbathe with no fear of being seen. All kids are in school anyway, but even the old timers around here don't know what I'm up to. I do wish I wasn't in such a severe minority, and that there was no shame in what I like to do, but such is life. I will enjoy this while I can.
Married, 65 yrs old, ED for 21 yrs. On TriMix for 4 yrs. Live in the Adirondacks of NY. Would be a nudist if it weren't for the black flies and the short summers. :D

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Re: Naturism

Postby Ahappigui » Mon Sep 25, 2017 3:17 pm

I totally agree with the previous recent posts. If those who are adverse to public nudity would have just one experience shedding their fears, they would very quickly realize no one really cares what someone looks like nude because the concentration is not on the body, but more on nature and the true meaning of friendship. Try it, you may like it! (Now, that doesn't mean individuals don't secretly observe! LOL!)

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Re: Naturism

Postby David_R » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:01 pm

I have heard there is a nudist camp somewhere here in Maryland, but they keep the location and the details about it rather secret to avoid "pervs" who would like to come for the wrong reasons. (I don't know this for sure.)
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Re: Naturism

Postby dg_moore » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:46 pm

I'm not so sure it's a secret, David. You're probably talking about Pine Tree Associates in Crownsville, which is about 15 minutes from where I live. It's been there since the early 1930's - I've driven past the entrance countless times but since I've never been much of a joiner, clothed or otherwise, I have never been interested in visiting. They have a pretty good website: http://www.pinetreeclub.org/
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Re: Naturism

Postby ShopMan » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:46 pm

Ahappigui wrote:I totally agree with the previous recent posts. If those who are adverse to public nudity would have just one experience shedding their fears, they would very quickly realize no one really cares what someone looks like nude because the concentration is not on the body, but more on nature and the true meaning of friendship. Try it, you may like it! (Now, that doesn't mean individuals don't secretly observe! LOL!)


I too have to agree with others on here that there is nothing like the feeling of being nude in the outdoors. My wife and I, several years ago, were members of a club here in Michigan. It is still here but we are no longer members. It has become very expensive. I understand that one could join a very exclusive country club for less cost. I somehow doubt that.

At the time we were members we lived in the country with our nearest neighbors about 1/2 mile away. We had a pool and often enjoyed nude swimming and sun bathing. I made part of my living at that time as a professional photographer and had many photo shoots in our own back yard. My wife was a frequent model for trusted friends.

My best advise is if you ever get a chance to try it do it. You will never regret it.
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Re: Naturism

Postby ShopMan » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:29 pm

graymare wrote:I read my last post from June and back then I said summer had arrived. Unfortunately here in the northeast, it has been a lousy one, with a lot of rain and cool temps. This last week has finally been good enough for skinny dipping with water temps warm at last. But we had company (a sister in-law) and so I didn't indulge. I jokingly blamed her presence for not being able to swim nude, and it was obvious she thought I must be an exhibitionist for even wanting to. Do those of you who enjoy "clothing optional" time out there have to tip toe around the subject? Would your friends and relatives think poorly of you it they knew you were a closet nudist? Last week I had more genital ultrasounds done and a cystocopy for BPH symptoms. Once again I'm having strangers expose, then handle my penis and it didn't faze me one bit. The tech agreed that men generally get over their modesty issues very quickly. I wish more of society would too. Anyone agree?


Yes, we have to"tip toe" around the subject of public nudity. When we were members of the nudist group mentioned previously we had to be very careful about what we said around the children. They are gone now but still would probably not approve.
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80 yrs. Married 60 years. Hypertension but under control with meds.

ED since 1995. Viagra then switched to Cialis. Both quit working.
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Re: Naturism

Postby graymare » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:50 am

Let's try a new thread.....it didn't show up in a search so I hope I'm not repeating an old idea. How many of you sleep in the nude? And how many of your wives or significant others do? I do. My wife does not. I love it.
Married, 65 yrs old, ED for 21 yrs. On TriMix for 4 yrs. Live in the Adirondacks of NY. Would be a nudist if it weren't for the black flies and the short summers. :D


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