Why did I become a nudist?
I know that I don't have a perfect body, but It doesn't matter. It took me a long time to accept myself the way I am. I always thought I had to be perfect until I became a nudist. Growing up I felt like I had to hide my body. I never wore a bathing suit or went in a swimming pool until my late twenties, because I felt I wasn't perfect. It was my Jewish mothers upbringing. When you are constantly told you are fat and that you have funny toes, you want to hide your body. When I am in a nudist environment, I always feel beautiful; and each time I go, I fall in love with myself all over again. I feel completely free and able to express the true Goddess essense of who I am. There are all kinds of people and all sizes and shapes in the nudist clubs. The perfection within myself became obvious. True naturism is not about sex but rather your sexuality -how you feel about yourself as a woman.,You are a beautiful woman. Now all you have to do is accept that belief.
What is it like to drive through the gates of a nudist resort.
Here is a typical day at a nudist resort.When you drive through the gates of a nudist resort, the outside "textile" world ceases to exist. You see families and children nude and just enjoying themselves. You might see them socializing around the pool or in the jacuzzi or maybe playing water volleyball or tennis. There are lots of fun activites for the children as well. There is a lot of socializing and very friendly people. Strangers become friends almost immediately. Someone is having a party or a potluck and everyone is invited. There is a dance and maybe a band that we are all looking forward to in the evening. Oh and look, there is the weekly Texas Holdum Card Game going on by the pool. We all have something in common. We are nude, and we have nothing to hide. Lawyers and blue color workers become friends. Everyone is the same in a nudist resort.
There is no sexual touching
permitted, and you almost
NEVER see a man get excited.
It is rare, but if by some off chance that it happens, he wraps himself in a towel or jumps in the pool. I have never seen a man with an erection at a nudist resort. There are people of all different sizes, women with mastectomies and people in wheelchairs.
SHOULD YOU TELL YOUR FAMILY OR FRIENDS
I am not the type that "hides". I am open and communicative. What you see is what you get. I am also the type of person who expresses how she feels. It would have been impossible (for me at least) to hide it from my family, especially my mother.
My mother had a dream the very same weekend I went to the nudist resort for the first time (without my telling her). She said she saw me naked in the driveway. I had to laugh. I certainly couldnt hide anything from her. My mother also made me promise not to tell my brothers, but i did anyway. One was horrified, but he got over it. I think my mother thought if I told my brothers it would wear off on them.
In the late 90's, I found out through a family friend (that I confided in) that my aunt and uncle (my dad's sister), were nudists. My aunt and uncle had already passed away by then. I was surprised. Apparently, it was a big secret in their family too. I was swarn to secrecy by my mother not to tell our relatives that I was a nudist, so I didn't. Later I found out that my parents KNEW my aunt and uncle were nudists.
Before becoming a nudist, I was a clothesaholic. There should have been a 12 step program, because I was always running to the stores "covering up" my insecurity issues. Now I feel like a whole woman inside and out. I was taught to hide myself until I went to my first nude beach experience at the age of 26 to a nude beach. I have funny looking toes, and I wasn't allowed to leave the house growing up without shoes. Now,when I walk through the gates of a nudist resort. And I have a smile on my face, because I know
I AM PERFECT AS I AM.
People ask me all the time
"if you met the right guy, and he wasn't a nudist, would you
give up the lifestyle?"
ABSOLUTELY NOT! BECAUSE THEY WOULDN'T BE THE RIGHT GUY