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If it's someone I don't know and it's the way they start the conversation, it makes me very uncomfortable. I'm not a nudist so that people can see my genitals. I don't care if they see them just like I don't care if they see how I'm dressed. It's no different to me than if I were in the supermarket and someone came up to me and said "I love your eyes" or "nice nose". It is not appropriate in almost every case. Once I talk to the person it may become appropriate, depending on how the conversation goes.
on a few occasions people have commented on how big and over grown my pubic hair is which i find very odd and quite personal. its true that i have a big bush and i am proud of it. some nudists trim or shave and thats their choice and i choose to leave it natural but they seem to think its ok to comment. i would never say to someone your shaved bush looks stupid but people have said i think your bush needs a trim! its very rude. bring back the bush i say!!
I too just love seeing a hairy penis or Fanny. Just looks so damn sexy.
Given the amount of negative feedback in media and from people who don't know better if it's genuine courteous and not really obviously vulgar I'm flattered and say thank you. I introduce myself ask their name and say I hope to see them again and move on. Generally opening up with a body comment is leading to a proposal. But I don't have to acknowledge that I think so nor do I have to engage past genuine friendliness on a basic level.
I believe it has to do with what the comment was. If complimented, I usually just say 'thanks'. Unfortunately, I have also received some very negative comments since recently having cancer surgery. Some people can be very cold, thoughtless and cruel. I usually just walk away from the person making the negative comments.
I have a nice set of low hangers. I get lots of comments about those -- always positive.
Had one guy say, in a very neutral tone (merely observational; not critical), "You must be a grower." When I'm fully relaxed and am plenty warm, I'm much more of a shower than I am when I'm at all apprehensive or it's cold or, parish the thought, both.
I have a big belly, and apparently that's a big turn on for a lot of guys. Personally, I don't think so; would definitely prefer not to have it. But I lot of guys like it and say so.
Lots of comments on the beard and long hair.
As one who has a large Prince Albert piercing, I am always open to others asking about it. Figuring they had to brew up enough confidence to approach and ask questions, I should be as forthcoming as possible with my answers. Obviously in choosing to wear large jewelry, I should expect to receive comments, and they have all been positive or at least interesting.
I quit cutting my hair over a year ago and I specifically plan to never cut it (or even trim it) ever again. Should I be offended if someone comments on my hair?
Should I be bothered if someone comments on my beautiful eyes?
What if someone says something about my beard?
What about my feet?
Why would comments about my cock, balls, and ass be any different?
I'm a nudist. I truly have nothing to hide. I don't care who sees what. My low-hangers get noticed quite a bit and I frequently hear comments about them. Should those comments be considered to be different from comments about my hands? My face?