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stucker111
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Posted - 06/12/2003 :  12:36:17 AM  Show Profile  Visit stucker111's Homepage  Send stucker111 an AOL message  Click to see stucker111's MSN Messenger address  Send stucker111 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
What is everyone's opinion on body piercing? Belly button and nipple rings have been around for some time, but of late it seems that the piercings have become ever more extreme, i.e., clit and labia rings, penis rings (OUCH), etc. Also, how about those little rigs that some guys wear around their penis and scrotum to make them (for the lack of a better term) stick out more?

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Cheri
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Posted - 06/12/2003 :  09:03:25 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anything that draws attention to your genitals, IMHO, is not nudist.


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stucker111
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Posted - 06/13/2003 :  11:47:22 PM  Show Profile  Visit stucker111's Homepage  Send stucker111 an AOL message  Click to see stucker111's MSN Messenger address  Send stucker111 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Cheri,

On this we agree.

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panhandler
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Posted - 06/15/2003 :  10:42:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
When I go the clubs I go to visit with friends and to make new friends. I don't go to see who is has body piercings. I've never seen a body pericing on a woman below the waist unless it has been pointed out to me. Maybe my eyesight isn't good enough see a tiny little ring or maybe I'm not looking for it.


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Marked4Life
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Posted - 07/07/2003 :  6:57:55 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm sure it is unsanitary.


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Cheri
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Posted - 07/07/2003 :  7:18:02 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
There was a medical study done a year or two ago that stated that there were definitely a greater chance of epithelial infections of those who have genital piercings.

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Cinderela
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Posted - 07/08/2003 :  06:23:56 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You can get these new like clips that you could use instead of piercings.

I've got nipple clips, clit clips, mini tassles. I don't wear them too often but I like them. In the US of A there is generally a very negative feeling towards piercings and these kinds of decorations. Elsewhere they are just pretty things to wear. The body is artistic in and of itself, adding to it to express yourself isn't something you should have to consult with everyone(unless it's lewd).



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Big Tim
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Posted - 07/09/2003 :  3:06:20 PM  Show Profile  Send Big Tim an AOL message  Send Big Tim an ICQ Message  Send Big Tim a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Personally, I do not find piercings or tattoos attractive. To me, the most attractive people are the ones who are natural. I know it's cliche, but beauty begins from the inside. Naturism is about natural people in natural settings, not fake people with fake accessories.

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Cinderela
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Posted - 07/11/2003 :  05:18:27 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Oh I think I said that too strongly. Hmmm...scratch that, I don't really have much of an opinion against or for it. I personally don't really like piercings which is the main reason I like the clips, but I wouldn't say anything if someone else had a lot of piercings. I'm neutral on the subject, let em' do what they're a' gonna' do.

*chuckle*



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slcgreg
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Posted - 07/13/2003 :  7:01:14 PM  Show Profile  Send slcgreg a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
I think body piercings are ugly, especially on males. But, I also think tattoos are ugly! Just my humble opinion.


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DarkHorse03
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Posted - 07/14/2003 :  02:53:53 AM  Show Profile  Send DarkHorse03 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Big Tim

Personally, I do not find piercings or tattoos attractive. To me, the most attractive people are the ones who are natural. I know it's cliche, but beauty begins from the inside. Naturism is about natural people in natural settings, not fake people with fake accessories.



Interesting comments. I can assume from this that you:

A. Don't shave or think anyone that DOES shave (i.e. face, legs, armpits etc etc.) looks beautiful.

B. Never wear or don't think anyone wearing a necklace or bracelet or earings are attractive.

C. Don't wear makup or cologne or deoderant

After all, ALL of the things on this list are "unnatural" and are intended to enhance "beauty" (whether male or female)

Tatoos, piercings etc. etc. ad nauseum are personal choices that people make. Hopefully they are making these choices because THEY like them and not for someone else. Personally, I think ANYONE who likes who they are is attractive. That means a woman with a pink mohawk pierced ears, tounge, nose, lip, nipples etc. etc. etc. tatoos all over is JUST as beautiful as the woman who hasn't got ANY of these things.... As long as they are happy with who they are.

I have met many women who would be perfectly at home on the cover of major fashion mags whom I would have a hard time describing as "beautiful". I have also met women, (sadly not very many) who are the exact opposite of the "model" woman whom are amongst the most beautiful women I have ever met.

What a person wears or doesn't wear or have on the outside is REALLY not important.

Your comment SAYS this, but doesn't really mean it.

Your comment means that what a person wears on the outside IS important to you... just that they can't have ANY of it or you feels it hurts their "beauty".

If it's only what's on the inside that matters, then who cares WHAT the outside has (or DOESN'T have) on it... right?

my $.02 take it for what it's worth :)



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DarkHorse03
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Posted - 07/14/2003 :  02:57:34 AM  Show Profile  Send DarkHorse03 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Mind you, I am also making blanket statements above to try and make my point.

For instance, I don't think that someone who isn't PERFECTLY happy with themselves is necessarily ugly. I mean only that the happier one is with oneself, the more naturally beautiful that person is.



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Marked4Life
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Posted - 07/14/2003 :  3:29:21 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
DarkHorse, you are one argumentative fellow arent you? Tim said that he "personally" didn't find piercings attractive. He was not condeming any other person choice to utilize these items, he personally didn't care for them. He didn't need to be attacked in that way.

Everyone has a choice, that is called freedom, they can express that choice without fear of some yahoo whining about him, that is freedom of expression, and we should all be nice to one another, that is manners and due respect.




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DarkHorse03
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Posted - 07/14/2003 :  4:28:11 PM  Show Profile  Send DarkHorse03 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Marked4Life

DarkHorse, you are one argumentative fellow arent you? Tim said that he "personally" didn't find piercings attractive. He was not condeming any other person choice to utilize these items, he personally didn't care for them. He didn't need to be attacked in that way.

Everyone has a choice, that is called freedom, they can express that choice without fear of some yahoo whining about him, that is freedom of expression, and we should all be nice to one another, that is manners and due respect.



And my post was My opinion... which I said "take it for what it's worth".

I did not/do not mean to be argumentative... All I intended was to point out what, in my OPINION, is a contradiction in his statement.

My apologies if I sound argumentative or disrespectful, but I do find it interesting that I see so very much fear of the different on many of the nudist/naturist forums. At least what I PERCIEVE as fear. I've seen a lot of people attacked for sharing their own opinion that may be a bit different than the "mainstream". And when I post MY defense of those differing views... I may note SHARE them, but I believe in their right to HAVE them, then _I_ am being argumentative.

Oh well... I guess I'll just go back to lurking.



Edited by - DarkHorse03 on 07/14/2003 4:30:07 PM

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Marked4Life
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Posted - 07/14/2003 :  5:46:44 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No problem DarkHorse. We all get passionate about things. Poor Tim never said that people with piercings were bad, it just wasn't for him. As I see it most Naturists don't get into piercings as much as nudists. The issue gets real sensitive among nudists because those within the swinging community and porn industry REALLY get into piercings, clips etc. Many people mistake nudists/naturists with Swingers and Porn people (I know theres a better term than porn people)
So this is one of those subjects that will bring on debate.



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DarkHorse03
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Posted - 07/15/2003 :  03:16:46 AM  Show Profile  Send DarkHorse03 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
I didn't mean to say that he thought they were bad... The point I was trying (obviously very poorly) to make is that he was saying that he felt that the more "natural" a person was the more beautiful they were... which is fine in of itself except in this context it is implied (although he never responded about the earings, bracelets, necklaces deoderant etc. etc. so maybe it's just ME that's implying... {sigh}...) that he actually just doesn't like SOME alterations and his comment about more "natural" is more "beautiful" doesn't hold water... that's all.

An example I have is that a company I used to work for had a receptionist who had a pink spiked mohawk, multiple ear, nose and lip piercings, usually with a chain linking them and tatoos on her shoulders which were frequently visible.

My first thought on starting work with this company was, "What ARE they thinking?!?!?! This is the person they have greeting visitors!?!?!?" But then I spoke with her. I have very rarely met someone who could immediately make me feel comfortable and welcome. She had a beautiful smile that was the most open and honest smile I had ever seen. She was(still is I assume!) one of those people who EXUDE beauty and gentleness. I would not necessarily choose the body modifications that she had for my wife or daughter, but she's one of the great "beauties" of the world in my book. And within a few days of working there I felt that her body modifications "fit" her and I can honestly say that I couldn't tell you if I thought she'd have looked better or worse without them.... I really don't think it matters.

I really think that a lot of the problem in this world is linked to people who say, "Let me be myself because what I have is beautiful and natural and wonderful, even if you think it's horrible!" and then with their next breath they're telling someone else that what THEY are doing is horrible and that they shouldn't be doing it.

Anyway... as before, that's my $.02, take it for what it's worth. :)



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