Sunday, February 21, 2016

How to Find a Nudist Partner

Being a single nudist and trying to find a date who is also a nudist / naturist can be difficult. Fortunately, with the Internet being what it is, it isn't nearly as difficult as it might once have been, with dating sites and online nudist communities catering to nudists looking to find a partner, to go on a holiday, to go to the park, and anything in between.

The best place to start would be to find a nudist / naturist dating website. A quick Internet search will return thousands upon thousands of results, so dating sites are definitely a good place to start your search. it is just the top results, with many many more available to you in your search for a partner. Be aware, of course, that online dating for nudists is pretty much the same as online dating for non-nudists; it is best to be cautious and smart when dealing with strangers on the Internet.

Another route to take is to join a naturist message board. You'll find articles on a variety of topics, as well as a one on one chat, which will make it easier to meet new people and establish friendships with fellow nudists. This is a fairly easy way to find some answers: where is a popular nudist destination in my area? How do you meet people? What should I do? And so on, and so on.

If you're brave and want to jump straight in to finding a person in real life, try frequenting nudist parks, nudist resorts and nudist / naturist swimming holes. Not every swimming hole is “nudist”, but there are many that have strong traditions of being used for skinny dipping, and that's as good an in as anything else.

The American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) is a good thing to check out, if you're from America and want to find out more about where you can go in your area. There are also many naturist events, or events frequented by nudists; the World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR), Burning Man festivals, nudist parades – these are all great places to go that do attract other nudists.

A general rule, though, is don't be a creep, whether you are online or out and about. Nudism is not an inherently sexual thing, so don't leer at every naked body you see. Start off by being polite, trying to make a friend or two, but again: don't be a creep.

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