Yet, they’ll happen dispite everyone’s efforts to prevent them because a lot of us are still making the transition from the textile lifestyle. Male physiology makes it impossible for a man to remain completely flaccid throughout the day.
Most considerate guests at a beach or resort are terribly embarrased by erections and are asking for ideas on this forum on how best to prevent them and the best way to gracefully make your exit when they do occur. A lot of us who are new to this life would also like some reassurance that the problem will decrease with time and better understanding.
A G string is not an acceptable option. Complete nudity is the normal state for men along with girls. We have to learn new thinking and conduct, not return to the cloth world’s manner of seeing things. I’ve never seen male G strings for sale everywhere. Even if I could locate one, I’d not wear it. Many naturists and fairminded textile people would consider it more sexually provocative than mere innocent nudity.
A libertine or an exhibitionist may sometimes wander into a nudist crowd, but I am not talking about them. Most naturists need such people evicted from nudist bbw .
I do believe that it is helpful to discuss etiquette and http://videonudism.com . I wish I had learned some of these lessons when I was a boy, maybe of middle school age. It’s not reasonable for kids to suffer in ignorance and silence because adults are too embarassed to discuss the facts of life and about fundamental nudist etiquette, even the less sensitive matters.
It’s been indicated that a public forum is improper for such frank talks, because children may stumble upon it. I hope that parents and teachers are carefully monitoring the Internet usage of children and providing some guidance to teens. I firmly believe that at some age, possibly middle school, boys and girls should be reading the type of advice in this newsgroup and have their parents there to guide them through these issues that they’ll shortly be faced with at the cusp of adolescence. To support my contention, I have to call attention to the truth that INA has created a thread specifically to discuss issues like this.
To GalSurfer: I’m particularly concerned about the sensibilities of the female subscribers to this forum. Allow me to assure you that I ‘m opposed to sexual “flaunting” as you place it, since it’s demeaning and intimidating to those who are made to bear it. I believe some of us made a poor choice of words by saying “arousal” without fast explaining that in its mildest form, it might not be perceptible to the casual onlooker. I really don’t understand any men of good will who would not fast pull away from public view if matters took a turn for the worse. If any readers do not understand how to behave, this newsgroup can help quickly bring “newbie” conduct in line with our community’s standards. Better to learn it here than on the seashore!