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Posted on Fri, Jun 22, 2007 17:40

The idea here is to stimulate conversation about the undeniable desires that are provoked by nudity - do we all feel "hot" being viewed or when viewing nakedness - are we hiding in respectability of like-minded - do we just feel closer to something or one another - is this a primordial need that's been omitted and barred from society - thought along these lines might be interesting


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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2007 15:54

I for one totally agree with what "licous" has written and feel just the same way - thanks so much for expressing my thoughts - its saved me some precious time! Regarding adam01's comment - right! I do actually agree with you, I didn't really mean to ask that when confronted with ANYnakedBODY is it a sexual turn on. I find that amongst nudity my desires can be sobered immediately and also, if a mutual or one way attraction exists, nudity can also produce an incredibly strong and very pure sexual desire/pull. As you said, "if you are going to react positively to someone, you are going to react to them whether they are nude or not" well yes but if it so happens in nudity its - well - I believe very special. As "crystal223" expressed, well fair point but I definitely do not agree because sexuality in the animal world is more often than not a highly organised and beautiful process - not at all sniff, smell, grab and copulate - only some humans have brought sex down to such a basic level really! What I really meant (and apologies for not being clear) was that social nudity was, in the deep past, a normal everyday occurrence and that as nowadays most people never experience that it maybe has had a profound and negative effect on our sexual behaviour. The novelty of social nudity could therefore maybe understandably produce an over-exited and exaggerated reaction until one is accustomed to it and has embraced it with ALL of one's senses. This brings me to something which could maybe be treated better in another blog - people's, especially mens strong sense of desire in a nude environment. It seems to me that men who are part of a couple are much more laid back and contented and than many single men who have maybe been rather sexually inactive - they often manifest an open and overbearing lust and desire for a prospective partner and become very excited - when this is harmless and sweet - I feel society should embrace this as sound and understandable - not as some perverted and unacceptable behaviour. Of course there is a line that mustn't be crossed - that of respect. The role of the unmated male after all - in many forms of life is to display and advertise - only us humans judge each other more on the integrity of his actions and words and less so on his appearance? Anyway, I think their is a beauty in all of this - something not to made cheap at all. Thank you all for your comments - and I for one want to live in a world where everyone is beautiful, male and female, thick and thin, young and old - all of same wonderful material and all completely kissable - wish we all thought the same!


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Posted on Tue, Jun 26, 2007 07:00

I have to agree with Adam, very well said Dave


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Posted on Mon, Jun 25, 2007 21:31

I feel that you have it backwards. Nudity, in and of itself, is not all that erotic (Naturalist philosophy 101). However, what is erotic, is seeing the one you desire, nude. Of course, beauty is in the eye, as they say, and I have to admit, some nudes are mighty easy on the eyes. Michaelangelo's David, I would guess, draws a lot of praise from all, and he hasn't a lick of personality. Rubenesque works on the other hand are more a matter of taste. Many can look on those nudes without any uh, reactions. My point is that if you are going to react positively to someone, you are going to react to them whether they are nude or not. Agree/disagree? Could be a fun thread


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