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7, no 8, reasons to visit the nearest nudist club

NatCorn
NatCorn

Let’s start by stating that you made the decision to explore nudism and would like to move from reflection to action. The best decision to make now is to go to the nearest nudist club or resort. You may feel anxious about it. This may be the first time other people will see you naked. However, here are 7 valid and good reasons to overcome your fear and go spend some time with other nudists.

1. All nudists have started one day

Most nudists are not born nudists. Some had the chance to be raised in nudist families, but most had not. Therefore, they have become nudists and have gone through the same train of thoughts. This means all nudists (and I mean all, no exception) will understand your fear and will help you overcome it. So share openly you are a newbie, and feel welcomed.

2. All nudists are respectful of others

This derives from the first point. Nudist tend not to judge and to accept differences. In the textile world, you may be judged by your clothes, your car, your house, your accent. In a nudist environment, you are not judged. At least, I have never been. You may befriend all the nudists you’ll meet, but all will welcome you with a hello and a smile.

3. All nudists are nude

Sounds ridiculous? Well actually, in a nudist colony/club/resort, all people is nude and will not pay attention whether you are nude or not. Actually they will not pay attention if you are nude, but may ask question if you are clothed, or may understand that you are a newbie, and therefore, will revert naturally to point number one.

4. You will be welcomed from the onset

Nudism is all about sharing. The more the merrier. The day you enter a nudist resort, the guy or gal at the reception will welcome you and will make you feel comfortable. This is just an awesome feeling. You will always feel you are part of a larger family.

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Source: Nude & Happy

Original publication 19 November, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 15th June 2021

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