It would depend on a few things, if he wanted you nude in a room full of dressed men that's not good. If he and you were in a room full of nudist couples I don't think that's a bad thing. You are dressed or undressed the same as everyone else. His motives could be to have you nude with him, or saying, look at my wife, doesn't she look so good nude. In the end, the decision is yours.
My husband likes other men and women to see me nude as well. He admits he hugely enjoys me being nude in public and that its the main reason he encourages me to visit nudist beaches. At first I was reticent as I've never been much of a nudist and certainly not in public. At first he would accompany me but now, 10 years later, he rarely does as it's enough for him knowing that I'm spending a day at a beach naked where he knows there will be plenty of people seeing and looking at me. I must admit I now find the whole experience extremely enjoyable and being a single woman on the beach you always get a lot of attention.
My partner Stefan likes people looking at me naked at resorts or beaches. I enjoy being with lots of people naked and will compliment them by saying things like "you have a lovely body etc". One of my favourite things to do naked is hiking on a lovely summers day. with a group of fellow naturists. I once went on a nude hike with Stefan and his two male friends and had a great day. I asked one of Stefan's friend if their wife would like to come on the next hike and to my surprise Jayne who I have known for a while turned up. She initially was wearing a bikini at first but as the hike progressed the top and finally the bottoms came off. I asked her how she felt and her reply was "wonderful" We now go to each others houses and have great evenings naked of course
'I enjoy being with lots of people naked and will compliment them by saying things like "you have a lovely body etc". '
Hi Julie, mant men here, me included, would be very cautious about doing the same, no matter how much we may be thinking it. Do you think this is (for want of a better term :-) ) female privelidge?
'I enjoy being with lots of people naked and will compliment them by saying things like "you have a lovely body etc". 'Hi Julie, many men here, me included, would be very cautious about doing the same, no matter how much we may be thinking it. Do you think this is (for want of a better term :-) ) female privilege?
I usually steer clear of the "ladies only" page; but this thread has clearly gone coed, so...
Compliments, delivered in the "right tone" by the "right people" at the "right time" can actually be a good thing. I've shared before how it tremendously helped my ex-wife, who had body-acceptance issues. The people at our non-landed club were aware of her hang-up; so they encouraged and complimented her every step of the way. When she finally decided to "drop the sarong" and try socializing nude, the compliments she received (that did not extend beyond "you look great naked!") boosted her confidence to the point where she decided to stay nude around them; because she felt good about it.
But if you are not sure how your compliments will be perceived or are appropriate, it is judicious to keep them to yourself.
Is it "female privilege"? I guess you can look at it that way. Men usually don't need a "push" like women (sometimes) do. There's nothing wrong with making an exception if it's ultimately helpful to someone IMHO.
To answer to the original question; I don't think it's hard to tell if a husband just wants his wife to get comfortable with nudity; or if his intent is more "mischievous." "Pushiness" is often an indication that the husband is not primarily concerned with his wife's comfort. One the other hand, some wives can misinterpret their husband's intention; as it not necessarily about "showing them off" but rather getting them to enjoy social nudity.
'I usually steer clear of the "ladies only" page; but this thread has clearly gone coed, so...'
I'm usually here on my phone. The view the website delivers to me strips out the finer details like which section the post is in. :-D
Great post. Good perspectives. I only go to the CO beach rather than a club and generally keep to myself which limits my opportunities somewhat. Perhaps I just have to look harder for opportunities to interact with others and see where that takes me.
If there is any sexual aspects in participants or observers then this is not a nudist or nudism issue whatsoever It may not even be considered exhibitionary either. Which leaves it to be purely a sexual act or fantasy being carried out. At least from my perspective and understanding. Whether if it is a healthy one or not, depends on you and how it makes you feel.