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chrisinrich Platinum
Having called myself a full time nudist for over 20 years now, I still find that some so called nudists don't really understand what the life style really means. Or at least what it means to me. Being a member of AANR for years and trying to spread the life style around where I can. I have found all types of folks. There are those that will never be able to understand what we enjoy doing. And there are those that can't separate nudity and sex. I will have to say that I had the same issues when I first started. Having grown up in a very conservative family. Nudity was something never talked about, as well as sex. I guess I got my start skinny dipping in my dads pool when I was growing up. Having had some nudist friends over the years, I find that it's about 50 percent those that have issues separating the 2. I have been to several nudist resorts over the years and find that the regulars at those resorts seem to have a better handle on the life style. Not sure if it's because they are able to be nude more then most. I try and be nude as much as I can. When home nude all the time inside and when I'm in  my back yard and pool area. When I travel my time is put to only the nude time in my hotel room. Unless there is a nude beach or park near by. I do understand that those that aren't able to be nude that much might have issues with whats being a true nudist is and separating it from sex. I try and help those that will chat with me about getting into the life style, and hope I can help them with it. Folks of any age can get into the life style, there is no age, size or sex discrimination in the life style, is what I tell folks. We all come in different shapes and sizes. No one will really care if they are real nudists. I see to many forums asking questions that I feel aren't what nudists would ask. My whole idea is to promote and try and make being a nudist more of a normal thing and more accepted. Maybe some day I will be able to walk down my street or go to the store with out clothes on. 
chrisinrich Sep 10, 11:11AM · Rate: 5
stefanp Lifetime

Yes, some might know it: the line is from the song "The End" by The Doors. It just came up my mind when i was thinking about strange things in a naturist environment i never really will understand. Maybe a discussion might help, so i'd be pleased if anyone comments:


1. What makes people in a chat ask, whether all others chatters are naked? We have voted for that lifestyle and we all know, it is never possible to stay naked 24 hours a day. We are not always in a naturist environment and must stick to some rules.


2. Why do people post body parts as a profile pic? Okay, i know, not everybody wants his face to be connected with naturism for good reasons. But in that case I would post any pic - except body parts. Or is a pic of a butt a hint how people look like? Oh, and why do some male profiles use pics showing a lady - a hint of a coming transition?


3. Why do people found groups dealing with size of body parts? Some things just cannot be changed (okay, except expensive surgeries) or is it another form to derive comfort from talking about size?

stefanp Apr 28, 08:27AM · Comments: 6 · Tags: naturist environment and behaviour
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