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BlobbyBob
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Posted - 09/01/2006 :  12:12:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As I'm trying to explain it seems the problem is that you are seeing a beach full of exhibitionists when many of us may just see a beach of nudists. I'm not suggesting it's either or, not everything is black and white, perhaps you just ended up sat next to some people who actually were somehow flaunting themselves, but the chances of a beach full of people all there just to flaunt themselves is somewhat odd. I'm not entirely sure how you mean these people are exhibitionists though. What behavious leads you to believe that anyway? Just because people have shaved pubic hair and wear jewellery doesn't make them exhibitionists.

Temet Nosce



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bigbootymona
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Posted - 09/01/2006 :  1:23:31 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am an exhibitionist my self and I know when someone exhibits her self and I didn't say all nudist on these beaches are exhibitionsts but the majority are............at least in those beaches I went to.


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BlobbyBob
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Posted - 09/01/2006 :  1:55:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
But what do you mean by these people you've seen being exhibitionists? What behaviour are you referring to? You can't 'just know'. Merely being nude on a nude beach doesn't constitute exhibitionism. I'd say being nude in public places where nudity is prohibited it exhibitionism, but in a place where nudity is the norm then someone doing it to show off wouldn't stand out against anyone else surely?

Temet Nosce



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HG8Harrier
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quote:
Originally posted by BlobbyBob

But what do you mean by these people you've seen being exhibitionists? What behaviour are you referring to? You can't 'just know'. Merely being nude on a nude beach doesn't constitute exhibitionism. I'd say being nude in public places where nudity is prohibited it exhibitionism, but in a place where nudity is the norm then someone doing it to show off wouldn't stand out against anyone else surely?

Temet Nosce



You've got the right idea here, BlobbyBob; when nudity is the norm, if you're nude, too, you're no more of an exhibitionist than if you were wearing jeans and a plain white T in a place where everybody else was wearing jeans and a plain white T.



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homenude
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Posted - 09/01/2006 :  6:44:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by bigbootymona

I am an exhibitionist my self and I know when someone exhibits her self and I didn't say all nudist on these beaches are exhibitionsts but the majority are............at least in those beaches I went to.



A psychologist was interviewing a prospective patient. As part of the testing, the psychologist gave the patient the Rorschach test, more commonly known as the ink blot test.

The patient interprets each set of ink blots in highly sexual terms. Finally, the psychologist's frustration gets the better of him and the psychologist tells the patient that the patient is obvously obsessed with sex and that he needs much more help than the psychologist has time to give the patient.

The patient fires back, "You should talk! You're the one with the dirty pictures!"

I believe the correct term is "projection" in which one person attributes his personal needs, traits and desires on another.



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himike
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  03:43:23 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
i m impressed wid ur reply cheri!!!


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himike
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  03:44:39 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Cheri

Thank you, James.

johann777, It seems as if you have the wrong idea of what nudism is about. Nudism is about the accepting of yourself and others not for what you look like, own, or wear. It's about enjoying the freedom from constricting clothing, eg. swimsuits.

The only difference between real nudists and others is that after a large meal, nudists have no belt to loosen.

Cheri

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i agree


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HarborGuy
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  06:47:48 AM  Show Profile  Visit HarborGuy's Homepage  Send HarborGuy a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Shame isn't it really, when you can feel at ease enough to tell a joke with sexual overtones to a priest, but wouldn't dare tell it to someone in a nudist resort for for fear someone will overhear and get you evicted?

I've had friends who've resorted to knock, knock jokes while still looking over their shoulders to see if it's safe.

I don't know, but it seems the nudist community has been over run with prudes and I think that may be one reason for the age gap lately.

The last joke I heard at my resort.

Did you hear the one about the nudist walking into the resort freezer instead of the sauna? To cover their butts (<Another word) the resort set him up by the pool as decoration.

COME ON PEOPLE! Is this what we've become?

My own son don't even like going to other resorts anymore. He says "There are too many rules in the game; I don't want to play."

My boss even asked me one time how can we get the 15 to 21 crowd to come?

My answer was simple, but true. When a kid is old enough to have a drivers licance and not have to tag along with their parents anymore, they would rather be doing something fun.

What's so fun about trying to behave around a bunch of old people who complain about every single thing they do?

I've heard the complaints myself. "Why do we have to have all these kids around here?"

I was in the office one day and this old woman came up to me and said that there was this one kid sitting in their car blasting music.

I of course went to go investigate and during the whole walk I was straining to hear anything but the birds. (This was during the heat of noon houre in Florida mind you.)

I found the boy and he was sitting in his car listening to the radio, but the windows were up and the car was off and I could hear the TV from their camper over the radio in the car.

I knocked on the window and when he opened it he was dripping in sweat. "Why don't you go swim in the pool?" I asked.

"Not with all those old F#%#@s complaining about us kids splashing in the pool. Hell they complain about everything I do."

I asked the boy to turn the key to his car off and come with me. After having a rather short talk with the major owner (Morley) he asked the boy what station he was listening to in the car.

The boy told him the heavy metal station. (Can't say which one) Then he went into the office and turned the pool radio to that station and turned it up to thumping.

He looked at me sternly and said. (And I'll never forget it.) "Kids in this resort have as much freedoms as any adults. In fact." He said. "Their parents pay more to be here in family memberships than the singles do."

Hasn't anyone else noticed that most resorts are just retirment homes anymore? The only thing missing is the nurses passing out meds at noon.

I'm not religious, but I can see how going to church would be more fun to a youngster than going to a nudist resort. At least in church if you make a mistake you are forgiven. In the nudist community and especially with AANR resorts you are banned and I'm not only talking about sexual things either.

If you make too much noise.. Banned.
Party too much... Banned.
Get drunk... Banned
Fart in the pool... Super banned.

My dream is to start a new resort. (By invitation only) Not for the money that people earn because you could be the richest people on earth and not get a membership, but for the type of people you are and conservative prudes would never get past the gate.



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Cheri
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  09:04:22 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Harbour Guy, Lots of all ages at Carolina Foothills in the Chesnee, SC area. The only rules in the SC parks and clubs (nonlanded) is don't be a pain, don't wear oil in the pools and hot tubs, and don't throw cigarette buts on the ground or smoke in the clubhouse or homes.

I personally cringe when I hear profanity. I go to the parks to relax, I have events at my home and friends' homes to relax and gab with friends and have fun.

One of the things I hear college-age kids say who do visit, I don't care what ages are. These are nice people. IF the college agers bring their friends, younger participation would grow. They first have to let their friends and acquaintances know they are skinnydippers aka nudists.
Cheri


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allnaturalwife
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  1:55:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Like I said in another post, our club has had a dramatic increase in younger people 18-30 over this past summer. Not to mention a surprising number of teens as well. The key is to offer activities and such that appeal to all age demographics. We have carnival themed weekends with different events and just recently we had a Wild West Weekend that was very successfull. We had our version of a mechanical bull ride..where the "bull" was suspended over the pool. VERY popular,to say the least. But the bottom line is the prospective new members, regardless of age, have to enjoy being nude in the first place. And that is best acheived by being raised as a nudist from an early age.


Jenn



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HG8Harrier
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  5:01:03 PM  Show Profile  Visit HG8Harrier's Homepage  Send HG8Harrier an AOL message  Send HG8Harrier a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Wow, a mechanical bull over the pool? That would be so much fun!

More on topic: students and young people nowadays really have become stigmatized and tantalized by sex. They equate sex with the naked body, sometimes thinking they are one and the same. If you've ever seen the movie "Clueless", Alicia Silverstone has a wonderful set of lines that support this theory. It seems like nobody understands that the nude body is natural and good and wholesome and healthy.

I'm glad I get to correspond with all of you.



Edited by - HG8Harrier on 10/04/2006 5:02:36 PM

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allnaturalwife
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  7:05:17 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It was fun!! I only stayed on for 3 seconds though! The record was ovr a minute! As for sex..Many people DO associate sex with nudism and it is up to all nudists to dispell that myth.

Jenn



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NudeLori
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Posted - 10/04/2006 :  8:34:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
People are equating sex and the naked body? Egads, what has this world come to?? I don't what all of the rest of you do, but I butt nekkid during sex.

In all seriousness, I do understand the point being made. But on the other hand, people in the "clothed" world are only nude around others during some sort of sexual encounter, or in the presence of a partner. So I for one certainly understand how there perception has been shaped. People can think what they like - if they don't bother me or others, they can belive as they see fit. That's my opinion



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allnaturalwife
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Posted - 10/05/2006 :  2:16:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The bottom line is this: NUDISM IS NOT ABOUT SEX..NUDITY MAY OR MAY NOT BE ABOUT SEX,DEPENDING ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES. Thats it.

Jenn



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HarborGuy
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Posted - 10/05/2006 :  4:11:34 PM  Show Profile  Visit HarborGuy's Homepage  Send HarborGuy a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
All Natural Wife. I think this spacific thread seems to be falling apart from its original topic in a slow painful way. I don't think anyone meant for it to happen, but I do believe we are all having a good time saying whatever comes to mind at this point.


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