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This group has been created for the men out there who don't ask questions or speak about issues.Because men don't speak to eachorher about stuff, they don't realise that certain things is normal or not normal."Is this suppose to happen?" "Am I the only one?"Feel free to start topics, even if you're just curious about things.Woman talk to eachother all the time...
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Spent a great time this afternoon chatting with a young new to nudism man. All the basic questions and then just two nudist males chatting about the nudist lifestyle. At the end of your chat, I found myself happy to have had an opportunity to share my knowledge and hopefully support him on his nudist journey. I enjoy meeting all different levels of nudists here on the site. Some get to live a fully nudist life day and day out and some have to hide from it in their own homes. Good we have each other to chat and learn from along with sharing our nudist lives. Do you enjoy teaching or learning from other nudists? What has been your experience in chatting here with other nudists males? Thoughts on being your pure nudist self and sharing thoughts with others. What a great way to spend time chatting.
It's great meeting young guys interested in nudity. Many have never experienced the wonderful feeling of being completely free in nature. I've hosted some fathers and sons to let them experience my truly open nudist lifestyle. Most have never seen each other nude, much less spend a weekend bonding together. It's always a wonderful experience.
It is just not with young men who are starting their journey into what will be their 'nudism journey' but any male who is experiencing nudism for the first time. How they feel, what they think about their reaction to been nude and all those other things will be shaped by their view of what they thought nudism should be. The older they are, the more difficult it is for some but then others are like 'wtf' and let loose. Yes, for some it is something they have to hide, the shame of been nude or the total no attitude to nudism by the persons they value in their lives will effect what happens next. Personally I've seen this several times as guys will request to join a social nudism group I am part of and help manage. Each guy who is looking at nudism for the first time, when asked why nudism, has never given anything close to what those of us view nudism as the freedom to be us, without been judge for who we are and been accepted as we are. Those that do join the group, we see them grow each time they experience nude activity and learn to be themselves. Granted, most have to get by the sexual experience that comes with the experiences they have. For some, it causes conflicts they have to work thru. But in general, with the one on ones I have, and with the guidance of the group members , they get to see what nudism is and the male bonding that eventually comes with been nude around other guys.
My experiences here are very similar to my experience anywhere else in this 21s century world... it just doesn't really happen for me.. I am not here to say boo-hoo and hope everyone gives me attention, just confused, possibly jealous. But everyone talks about such positive experiences and I'm still hoping for one sometime. I have met a few gay men off grindr that are also gay. But I have not met an equal amount of naturists that also happen to be gay men. (different motives) I've been on this website for 15 months now, and I haven't met up with anyone in person. For those who I've texted or WhatsApp'ed, if I don't start a chat and keep asking questions to maintain somewhat of a conversation, it soon fizzles out Maybe my situation is unique.. where I don't really have textiles friends either. So it's really hard to bridge the gap of friendship by utilizing one to garnish support to find the other. Before I created a profile here, I was on various groups in Telegram, MeWe, Kik and Skype and such. But they never provided any positive support to gain relationships with other people. Often even encouraged to leave in order for me to find others that were to my liking. A big slap in my face, but hidden under the guise of sweet adios. I'm sure, my profile says I am into or have interest... I could've said, "I'm just an old soul that doesn't get along with those that represent my physical age." But I didn't. I chose the highlight a positive from that same breath saying, "I like older" .... Why did I just bring that up? As a shed light on by introspective tendencies and first looking within. I didn't ask for this yet that's what I'm getting So I don't know I don't know what to do -j
JJJJJai, there is really no set way that will work for everyone. Personality is key to been able to make friends and keep friends. There are many factors that effect how you are viewed, especially in person. How you project yourself comes from what you think about yourself. I've learned from the many years I have under my belt, a person that is confident about themselves, not to the point of been "I'm the best person here", they are the ones that attract others to them. By nature, we humans are attracted to things that make us comfortable, make us feel good. If we 'think' or 'feeling' a situation or person will not bring a good experience, we tend to avoid them. Taking courses on body language gave me a insight on how individuals feel about themselves. It is something we do without thinking, body language speaks louder than our words. If conversations in person die out, it comes many what the other individual(s) are thinking about you not just from what you are speaking but how you are communicating the non verbal, body language. Taking time to read information about body language, also how to think about yourself, will help in giving you education on areas you need to work on. I can say this now, I was one individual in my 20s and early 30s that did not think well of myself. I was unaware of many thoughts I had about myself were making limitations on my of communicating to others. Now many years later and many books, magazines, videos on self thinking, self improvement, hours at the gym (yes you physical appearance does effect many factors in your life), I can say that I am happy, confident and self loving individual that many have stated, in person and via messages, not just on here, but others platforms, that what I say or write, is who they view me as. I am thankful for those that share that with me, and I am always looking that what ever encounter I have with an individual, that they are a better person when we part our ways, and that we've both learn from each other.
To jjjjjai : Reading your post in this topic, you mentioned that you dont even have friends in your textile world either. Why is that? Maybe you should ask yourself why is it that you dont have friends at all. I just read what you wrote in your post. On the other hand. You also mentioned that you also joined different social medial like Kik or grinder and you know that those are hook up apps right? The people that you will meet there are mostly looking for sex and not friendship. Maybe the way you are presenting yourself is not right.
I remember you sent me an email a few weeks ago and I responded in a very nice way and gave you some advice to be true to yourself and not be judgmental and always be kind to everyone. I also mentioned that I thank you for your interest in sending me an email but I said, I functioned well with people my age and I thank you and wishes you good luck. After reading your post here, I went to check your profile to find out about you but guessed what??? You blocked me for telling you that I am not the right person for you. Thats ok, I respect your decision. I think you dont react properly in terms of rejection or criticism. That maybe something that you will need to work on buddy. Again, I wish you good luck in your journey and I hope that you will be able to make friends in here.