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This is interesting to me... I have met so many men here and at nudist resorts or beaches that tell me that their wives/husbands do not know and or, they do not approve. How can such an important aspect of one's life be stifled by not being able to share the experience with your best friend, your spouse, or significant other? I met my husband at the clothing-optional resort. Personally I would not be able to sustain a relationship if I could not share this very important part of my life.

My profile clearly spells out why I became a nudist and why I totally embrace it. The person I am choosing to spend my life with would have to be supportive of my mission to remain healthy, happy, and accepting of a less than perfect body. Please know I am not judging and I get it if you moved into the lifestyle after your marriage, but open and honest conversation along with experiencing something new together should be exciting?

Just a thought I have had several times. I would love to hear your stories.

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I think it is sad you have to hide anything from your partner. If you do the relationship doesn't have the same energy and it is a settle for. I get it marriage can be a business but damn share your passsions and fantasies. Life is to experience.

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My wife knows I enjoy being nude and am an exhibitionist. She doesn't know the extent of my naturism.

She does not know that I identify as polysexual.

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I think most [ok, many] guys tend to be Bi more than there are straight, whether they have acted on it or not. For you married nude dudes who are Bi, do you still engage with other dudes and does your wife know and how does she feel about it? I see a few who mentioned that the wife knows and isn't thrilled about it. I know it is a double-standard that women can be admittedly Bi without concern or scorn and I get why guys are not forthcoming with it to their wives or girlfriends. Honestly, I tend to think that most women keep some things to themselves without guilt [presumably] but expect 100% total honesty from their menfolks....and I see why they don't get it.

just my two cents. Stay naked, bros.

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What I'll say is that a lot of us got married back in our younger days when we we understood (or thought we understood) that version of ourselves and the world. Both change and radically so, and at this point, especially with all of the craziness and uncertainty in the world even before COVID-19 I don't want to seal away a crucial part of me. But I also don't want to argue and defend ad compromise.

So for now this is my messed up, ugly solution.

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I totally get it, bro

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Thanks for sharing. You are not alone for as we mature we should become more accepting of ourselves. At the same time, we must understand that there will always be those who don't understand, can't deal with it or just hate. Let that be their problem.

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My wife knows and I got her to join me being a nudist and she knows I am bi and has seen me with men. While not her cup of tea, she allows me to enjoy myself and not have to stop being something that I am and that I enjoy.

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I never told my ex-wife I was bi and I think that is part of why I wasn't happy. I felt I had to hide it from her. That being said. I have been honest with my girlfriend and she knows and I feel free knowing I. Not hiding it.

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You two have a healthy and loving relationship, I foresee a long marriage.

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