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naturist club culture Posted on Jul 27, 2006 at 01:24 AM
I have noticed that there is a very North Amerian nudost Cllub Culture within members of this site. This is obvious as it is ,generally, populated by our N.A friends. Can i please remind you that there is a culture outside of the N.A Club syndrome; owing to the common mindset within North America naturism/nudism is more frowned upon than it is over here in Europe. However, in Eurpoe there is more acceptance of Naturism and the naked body at public places (beaches, parks etc)and therefore not so many hangups that our N.A friends seem to portray. So whilst we all speak of topics mentioned in blogs, erections, open legs, gay, lesbian, straight etc; and our acceptance or disdain of it, do remember that some other nationalities have a more open approach (and acceptance) of our lifestyle. Some of us are very lucky to be able to go to a close beach and undress completly without misconception, others have to go to landed clubs because loccal attitude decrees nudity as unacceptable. therefore please do not view/judge everyones point of discussion based on your own individual nationalistic standards, try to see outside of the box once in a while
the age old hard on question Posted on Jun 26, 2006 at 03:41 PM
the question has been aired lots of times on here..... what is the hang up ? men get hard at th esight of naked women (or men also; depending on orientation). all us men know this, I am sure that a lot of women know this also, then what is the question in reality.... the correct or incorrect judgement of a blokes principals if erect on a public nudist setting... or the transferrence of other peoples attitudes to the most natural of states in a public setting. I do not want to hear others presbyteran views... but more the views of a proper adult. I am in total agreement that it should be curtailed and not paraded in presence of minors, never forget the owner is the responsible party.... not the viewing public.
Pierced or not pierced Posted on May 06, 2006 at 09:55 AM
Tell me your views; personally I have a Prine Albert piercing and I love the look and feel. My wife also likes the look n feel for some other obvious reasons. Is it then wrong to be on a nudist beach and have a genital piercing as it unwittingly draws attention ??. Don't get me wrong I like to watch the womens reaction to it or thier admiration also. Whats your view ?.
My Views Posted on Mar 16, 2006 at 04:45 PM
Prefference for the Shaved/Pierced look. I and my wife have been to a few european naturist holiday site,s and 1 or 2 UK naturist holiday site; we have seen all kinds of body shapes, sizes, tattooing etc. Wy oh why is it that generally folk shy away from/balk at body shaving and piercing. I and wife have been smooth for the past 10 - 15 years; therefore i will not go into the why for's and cleanliness arguments that seem to abound. We just like the look and feel, but when you also add a genital piercing to the mix... you do get pushed (metaphorically) to the extreme faction of the scene !!!!! We are both genitally pierced, because we wanted to be, it was not done for some sex crazed pierced n smooth cult. But more-so in reference to my wife you would have to come up and look acutely into her clitoral hood to even see the piercing as her lips cover it 9 times out of 10. So who are the profane ones.... those out examining people to make sure they meet your particular "piece of nudist beach" criteria. Our us for deciding what we want to do to our bodies and being only answerable to us!!!.