RE: Single Men and Nudism

There are also clubs that cater to single men in the Palm Springs area. I belive most if not all are Gay resorts. But you could also go to them. If you are not going to a resort looking for sex, then it should be a non issue, right?

This is absolutely correct.

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I've been a single male nudist and more recently a partnered nudist. My partner is only just trying the lifestyle and making small steps. One of the things inhibiting her is the behaviour of some single males at the club we visit. I say "some" single males because I want to acknowledge that not all are the same. However the list of things that trouble her (and me frankly) are:

  1. Single guys that appear to be relaxing and enjoying their time, but when they spot a female, they seem to get a compulsion to get up and walk over to the vicinity where the female is- even if its 100 yards or more. With no obvious reason for the move.
  2. Single guys who leave a swimming area only to return 5 minutes later with what is obviously a semi-erection. Then stand on a bank where my wife and I are enjoying a swim and ask a contrived and lame question just to draw attention to themselves.
  3. Obvious gawkers and pervs.
  4. Situations where the number of naked males is overwhelmingly more than females.
  5. My wife and I are friendly. We're happy to say hello to other nudists, some single males take this as a cue to start up a lengthy conversation with a partnered woman.
  6. Single men who think its acceptable to stand in front of a woman who is sitting on a sandy beach area with their genitals in her eyeline just a couple of feet away.
  7. Where there's a number of ways one might leave an area on foot, single males who take a route that conveniently takes them immediately past an outstretched sunbaking woman.
Are we over-reacting?

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There are nudists and there are nudists. I had to learn, it is very hard to be accepted as single male nudist and I'm no longer interested, in going to nudist venues, where I'm not accepted. I'm not a criminal, however I feel like being treated as such. There is a trend of like minded single male nudists finding their own ways of hanging out together, which is rather inevitable.

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Hope I don't go way too off subject making this point but I'm a single man, I enjoy being nude and I enjoy sex and I'm not a perv...both natural. It seems like there are those that feel like one who enjoys being nude in a nudist environment should not enjoy sex and I totally disagree with that. It's about a code of conduct, respect and etiquette. I'm also a single male that enjoys the swingers lifestyle and there's a code of conduct, respect and etiquette that goes with that I think that there are those who have their misconceptions about that lifestyle as well. I have found that, in swinging as well as nudism, here are some groups that don't accept single men or are not single male friendly and I don't deal with them. I feel it's too bad people can't be a little more open minded but you allow everyone their freedom of choice. It's particularly harder for me being a single black man in the nudist culture and I admit I am still new to many of the ways but my reason for being a nudist are genuine and transparent...It's the ones whose motives are not, single, married, etc. that you need to be concerned about.

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This depicts the ways we are as single male nudists. perhaps we are straight, bi or gay, perhaps we don't desire for sex at all, perhaps as single males desire for nudist friendship/companionship more than anything else, which makes as free as to whatever.
I always will love the aspect of being nude, whether I'm barred by the other nudists, who wont accept me turning up as a single nudist, something I don't like, but something we have to conquer, which is the greater battle on top of having nudity socially accepted.

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Due to some single men having a great sex drive , which they cannot control. This is, why we are all panned into the same category.
We are the offenders, we are made criminals and there is great discrimination against single males.
How easy was it for the females to emancipate in the eighties? We as men have put up with it for a long time, well, It hasn't worked with me, for at the time my woman wasn't supprest at the time, while being together, yet she was a doctor of medicine and suffered an inferior complex, facing her husband and constantly consulting her parents at the time, which was never necessary.
I'm happy to be single since happy, after all I had to experience in married life ,which was disatisfactory.
My nudism, I did practice, it was ill respected, bad luck, it ended in divorce, great loss, but my happy to gain of freedom to be nude at all times.
Yes I'm in a relationship with " Nature "

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Tony. Extremely well said. Thanks for your post.

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Due to some single men having a great sex drive , which they cannot control. This is, why we are all panned into the same category.Personally I think it is more a case of they have not got their heads around what is acceptable behaviour.

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I've stated this in other threads - my observations are that it is not SINGLE men that usually cause the problems, but rather MARRIED and unaccompanied men. "When the wife is away, I can play" syndrome.
John aka cobeachbum

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I've stated this in other threads - my observations are that it is not SINGLE men that usually cause the problems, but rather MARRIED and unaccompanied men. "When the wife is away, I can play" syndrome. John aka cobeachbumWow. Please! Can we all not label or categorize any of us. I fit this description but I believe I am NEVER inappropriate in ANY of my activities or interactions. I try VERY hard to be respectful and genuine and I am sure most of us due. I have however been victim of people making assumptions about me. Yes, there are creeps in the world but they come in all types and varieties.
Please, I'm not criticizing anyone's point of view just encouraging all of us to think positively and even accept others along with their imperfections. After all, we all have them.

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