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    In many places new naturists ask, "Will people look at me when I'm nude?" Many answer claiming that no one will look at you at a club or a beach. However, my opinion is, sure they will, but that isn't a bad thing. You have nothing to hide or be ashamed of. People look at the clothes you wear too, but in my limited experience people judge you far more for the clothes you choose to wear than the body you were given. The thing I appreciate most about other naturists is that they have nothing to hide either outside or inside. I've never known a nudist to have a fake personality. It may be weird at first, but there is nothing wrong with people knowing what you look like because it just doesn't matter. Dave's butt or penis is viewed no differently than his hands, feet or nose. It's just all a part of what makes up you. You soon realize that you pretty much look just like everyone else. After 5 minutes you will forget that people are nude and see them for who they are as people. A man walking into a car dealer with a suit is treated much differently than the same man in torn jeans. A birthday suit makes everyone equal, and you are seen for who you are and not who you pretend to be.

    Also, new naturists worry about sexual stimulation. Again, in my opinion you will be attracted to the same person you would be clothed or nude. You may find at a beach or resort that you are attracted to someone, but I guarantee that you would be attracted to the same person if you bumped into them at a grocery store (fully clothed). People are far more stimulated imagining someone nude than the reality of actually seeing them nude. Also, you will have the advantage of being attracted to someone for who they are and not who they pretend to be.

    Other naturist, please posted differing opinions if you have them.

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    In many places new naturists ask, "Will people look at me when I'm nude?" Many answer claiming that no one will look at you at a club or a beach. However, my opinion is, sure they will, but that isn't a bad thing. You have nothing to hide or be ashamed of. People look at the clothes you wear too, but in my limited experience people judge you far more for the clothes you choose to wear than the body you were given. The thing I appreciate most about other naturists is that they have nothing to hide either outside or inside. I've never known a nudist to have a fake personality. It may be weird at first, but there is nothing wrong with people knowing what you look like because it just doesn't matter. Dave's butt or penis is viewed no differently than his hands, feet or nose. It's just all a part of what makes up you. You soon realize that you pretty much look just like everyone else. After 5 minutes you will forget that people are nude and see them for who they are as people. A man walking into a car dealer with a suit is treated much differently than the same man in torn jeans. A birthday suit makes everyone equal, and you are seen for who you are and not who you pretend to be.

    Also, new naturists worry about sexual stimulation. Again, in my opinion you will be attracted to the same person you would be clothed or nude. You may find at a beach or resort that you are attracted to someone, but I guarantee that you would be attracted to the same person if you bumped into them at a grocery store (fully clothed). People are far more stimulated imagining someone nude than the reality of actually seeing them nude. Also, you will have the advantage of being attracted to someone for who they are and not who they pretend to be.

    Other naturist, please posted differing opinions if you have them.

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    • #3
      Well, I can't post, because I don't have a differing opinion.

      My experiences with social nudity are right in line with what you said, and I find them to be completely true. One of the things I have found is that, since I have to take off my glasses when I go swimming or playing water volleyball, I can't see anyone very clearly anyway, so I just enjoy the company and myself while being nude and free.

      Of course, when I have my glasses on, I enjoy looking at others. Why wouldn't I, when I enjoy people so much, and I consider each naked body a piece of art. And we can talk about it all day, but textiles just never can understand how friendly complete strangers are when in a nude setting.

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      • #4
        To be able to walk around any where and not notice what is around me would be wonderful. I have to admit that I notice more than most people. In any situation I notice what people are wearing, what they look like, how they move, almost everything. It really does not matter what situation I am in, at work I hound people about details and work flows. In a resturant I can tell you the people sitting around us and how the wait staff moves through the place.

        I have not been in large social nudist setting but after a few minutes I will be able to tell you what everybody looks like. The same with the grocery store.

        What you notice day to day will not change, curiousity in a new setting will highten you perception and concentration others.

        What is wrong with being looked at, so far staring has not cause me any wounds.

        Cheers,

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        • #5
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          In many places new naturists ask, "Will people look at me when I'm nude?" Many answer claiming that no one will look at you at a club or a beach.


          That is a misconception, based on nudists telling this to potentials or newbies, in order to alleviate some of their fears or concerns about being the "nude center of attention." But the reality is: "Yes, people will look at you." People look at people all the time. Just as someone talking to you in the textile world will notice that pimple on your nose, someone in the nudist world will notice that mole on your breast or butt. It is simply human nature, and is nothing to be worried about; unless of course the attention you're getting is too focused and persistent.

          My wife was one of those people that claimed to "just not pay attention." Yet, at the of a nudist gathering or resort trip, she could tell you who was shaven, pierced, uncut or had breast implants. And that's actually quite normal.

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          • #6
            Of course they will look at you, just as you will be looking at others. To do otherwise would be the "wierd" thing. The difference is that they will not care that you are nude, cut/uncut, large/small breasted etc. They will just look at you for you

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            • #7
              OH you mean getting un dressed in a nudist resort is not like putting on the cammo be for going in the woods!!!!!!!!

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              • #8
                I agree.
                Of course people look. You really can't expect everyone on the beach or at the Club to sit staring blankly at a wall or the sun.


                Steve

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                • #9
                  I agree 100% . There are only two models male and female

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                  • #10

                    Yes, I agree that people will look and some may look for the wrong reason, but what difference does it make. Just like in the textile world, you can't do much about it, but you will soon that it really doesn't matter at all. In your new world of nudism, you will see that body shapes and sizes, young or old, really are much the same and your curiosity dwindles.

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                    • #11
                      Shaybare is right- people look, I look too. It is human nature. but, nudists are the nicest, kindest people too. You will NOT get stared at at a nudist resort, like the perverts do at a PUBLIC nude beach- and this intimidates the few single women. We have to run these pervs off the beach.

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                      • #12
                        Norbert reminds me; I don't understand why people stand on the cliffs of beaches with binoculars. Why don't they just go down to the beach and hang out with the sunbathers? Play some volleyball, meet new friends.

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                        • #13
                          The binocular people are obviously voyeurs, not interested in nudism for themselves. Their minds have not yet grown enough to grasp the concept.

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