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32 Naturism: Taking The Plunge

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This article is from the Naturism FAQ, by Dennis Kirkpatrick recnudefaq@sunclad.com with numerous contributions by others.

32 Naturism: Taking The Plunge

If you've read this far, you're probably interested in trying naturism
for yourself. Here are some tips for making your first naturist
experience as painless and enjoyable as possible:

2.1. Find a site

The best way to do this is to find an organization in your area and
ask for information. The readers of rec.nude can be of great
assistance in this area, as can parts II and III of this FAQ. Another
possibility is to use an internet search engine but the buyer should be
aware that on occasion a site listing may be wishful thinking as opposed
to firm information of a regularly used and tolerated area. A good rule
of thumb is to visit more than once and determine the habits of those
appearing to be regular or frequent users asthis will help assure a lack
of hassle to yourself

When contacting an organization by mail, remember to include a self-
addressed stamped envelope for the reply - it's polite and saves much-
needed funds.) As we said earlier, you might prefer a private facility
for your first time - or you might not. It's up to you.

When contacting via e-mail, allow for some response time. Surprisingly,
but then again maybe not, some naturist web sites and mail addresses are
only maintained and checked seasonally, so message sin the winter may go
unnoticed.

2.2. Naturist: Don't go alone

If you're married, by all means take your spouse. If not, take a
friend of either gender. You can go alone if you want, but you'll
probably enjoy the experience a lot more with some companionship.
(Also, you should know that some private naturist facilities will not
admit single visitors - generally, this policy is applied to men more
than to women. And many facilities frown upon one-half of a married
couple attending alone. These are old attitudes which are starting to
change, but they remain in some cases.)

 

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