Yes or No

While attending nude beaches and resorts I enjoy looking at others and sharing my nude body with other. (Nothing sexual, no staring, no gawking) just enjoying the nude form. I have been told that this is wrong and is not what nudism is about. Is this true. Do "real" nudists not look at each others body? Serious replies only please.

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I read a recent news t report about a man being shot dead on a nudist beach for preforming a sex act in front of some women.

That is a bit extreme but naturists are very quick to work out just who the creepy people are and soon let them know they are not welcome.

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While attending nude beaches and resorts I enjoy looking at others and sharing my nude body with other. (Nothing sexual, no staring, no gawking) just enjoying the nude form. I have been told that this is wrong and is not what nudism is about. Is this true. Do "real" nudists not look at each others body? Serious replies only please.

There is nudist etiquette and there is everything else. Consider yourself a true nudist if you can take a quick look at another nudist, maybe smile, but then send your gaze elsewhere withing a couple of seconds. I mean one or two seconds, no longer, or you are not being respectful. And further, once you have taken in your pleasant first view of another human body, it is quite rude to keep glancing back at them.

Most nudists who go to beaches expect a little looky-look, but if you can't control your eyes you'll make them uncomfortable and likely make them re-locate their towels to another spot, quite understandably.

When it comes to resorts, if you can't stop yourself from looking back to their fair bare body over and over, either you'll get told by the management to leave the resort, or at least be confronted by the other person or their friend to mind your manners.

Now IF the person you have explored with your eyes in that first, fleeting moment notices your glance and likes you looking at them, then it is they who can then make any next moves of engagement, not YOU! You're not likely to get much positive reaction from anyone at all if all you do is lay on your lounge chair on your tummy and pretend your eyes are closed behind your sunglasses.
And your butt will get burned as well.

We all like to be seen and see others, that's a big part of what keeps us coming back to nude places. There are people who cannot control their urge to keep their eyes coming back for more, and those people should stick to the internet for their need for more skin - leave the live people to us others who can control their actions appropriately.

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Simple answer - It is never good form to stare at other people whether clothed or nude. Like others looking at you? Relax and enjoy as much as you like, but don't make any inappropriate movements or gestures.

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I think yes
Real nudists will look at others but not stare
The body is a work of art
I enjoy being nude and dont mind if they look
When I speak with other nudists, talk to them as if they were fully clothed.

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Nothing wrong in it at all if not being creepy. Thats the beauty of sunglasses.

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Nothing wrong in it at all if not being creepy. Thats the beauty of sunglasses.

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Nothing wrong in it at all if not being creepy. Thats the beauty of sunglasses.

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Dark sun glasses and dont stare for so long and you will be fine.

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I would say a big NO most people who go to nude/clothing optional beaches dont want to be ogled or confronted with people who want to show off themselves (its called exhibitionism by the way) . So no dont ruin the experience for other beach goers and potentially risk the beach being targeted by authorities because of inappropriate behavior. DONT BE THAT GUY as in the creepy nude beach guy. Hiding behind glasses doesnt work. Go to a venue where that kind of behavior is the intent or norm.

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I read a recent news t report about a man being shot dead on a nudist beach for preforming a sex act in front of some women.That is a bit extreme but naturists are very quick to work out just who the creepy people are and soon let them know they are not welcome.

Here is link to that article

https://www.foxnews.com/world/nudist-arrested-shooting-fellow-nudist-exposed-himself-woman

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