Straight(Ish) newbie nudist with questions!
I know this is a gay & bi nudist group & hopefully no one is upset with me for being here. I am planning to go to my first nudist resort probably by the end of the month and Im curious about the dynamics of straight gay & bi men at the resorts.
Yes, Im aware that nudism is not necessarily a sexual concept. But I am a guy and I know how dirty my mind has been since I was little lol so Im genuinely curious about hearing the thoughts that go thru real gay/bi men at Nudist resorts.
Not the FAQ page answers either lol!!
I also have some other questions but they legit make me sound like a ridiculous cliche and I swear Im not! Im sure u can guess what some of the questions are. So if anyone wants to answer my lame but real questions without judging me for it PM me!! Thanks
Hi :nice to see how open minded and sincere your thoughts are . I am not new to this since age 21 growing up in Europe . Extensively travelled with wonderful nude experiences . Pl feel free to chat / contact / meet me . Thx
You may have answered you own question with your comment about having a dirty mind. So youre straight but have impure thoughts from time to time when you see someone that interests you. How do you handle the situation? Do you just muse about the possible scenarios you see yourself in them? Or do you take a more physical approach by aggressively confronting them and taking action with or without their consent?
Lets be honest we all look and judge whether its in a clothed or naked environment. The key in these situations is how we handle it. If youre wondering if gay / bi men will look, the answer is yes. If that makes you uncomfortable imagine how the women feel that your dirty mind takes advantage of in those same scenarios.
Being a long time nudist (since I was a kid) and have been to several Nudist resorts, its like any other day with friends and family. Do I think about sex or scope people out, no. Many resorts you go to have families and or limits singles in some locations. They are like that to keep out the folks that are about mischief. There are some specialty resorts (men only, women only) that tend promote a more free environment, Even those has rules about public displays.
If you are have concerns that you end up having an erection. We all have a tendency to get that way or start getting aroused partially. The male body does that naturally even with out thoughts. Many resorts promote keeping a towel with you. Also sarongs are helpful to have as well. The towel is mainly for sitting (hygiene) or in some cases a quick cover up when situations arise (no pun intended). As with any place you go, Bank, Grocery store, Department Store, there is common social etiquette and respectful ways so excuse our selves from the current location. Also, most folks don't gawk a folks. Those sort of behaviors stand out.
For many folks, it does not take long to see what nudist resort are about. Folks enjoying life unrestricted by clothing. I have met some totally Awesome people clothes free and had some incredible conversations too, all while being without cloths. In looking at he person to person interaction, you would have thought we were all clothed. I am sure others have had different experiences. The key take away is that the majority of folks are there for common interest and sex is not it. More so, as some resorts as noted have kids around. That also does not go without saying you will find some that are about sex, my experience is that's not the norm though.
OK, if you want or not, you DO look. Now it's what you do with what you see and process thru your mind will determine what happens next. Are you afraid that a 'gay' or even a 'bi' man will look at you and get the same 'dirty' mind you do? Now since you state you are 'straight' then is it that your concern about what will happen to you when you see nude female bodies?
Now traveling to different resorts and been a member of a resort, you will find all types of men there with a whole range of male interest. It all goes back to what you do with your feelings. It really does not matter what other guys do, it's weather you act on what you are feeling. If the resort is AANR, then don't go 'sexual' in any way. Most will not tolerate any sexual active or act. Mostly if it's a minor thing, boner type, you'll get a talk or warning. But you continue to act out, then you better just go somewhere else or leave.
Once you are of the frame of mine that nudity is just that, been nude, and enjoying the freedom not wearing clothing, at least the question of the dynamics between any men won't be one that really matters.
To me it makes absolutely no difference what sexual orientation someone is in a nudist setting. I like everyone there the same, since we are all nudists and all think alike when it comes to the nudist lifestyle. It is so refreshing to be able to socialize with other who think the same way I do.