Meet real people naked
But if other people are there skinny dipping, you clearly have a shared interest!
– If you’re into yoga, then check out your local naked yoga classes.
The disadvantage is that you’ll have to work harder to screen random people that ask to join.-With “secret” groups, your entire group is invisible to everyone except its members.
It can’t be found in searches, and it doesn’t show up on anyone’s profile / timeline.
It may give you more confidence and even give you more legitimacy in terms of how others see you.
(Hate to say it, but if you’re a guy, a woman will probably be more open to talking to you if you’re accompanied by a friend.)If you don’t have a friend to accompany you to a nudie place, (because duh, that’s why you’re going there to begin with), try looking for an excuse to start a conversation with others – you can ask someone to take your picture (without getting others in the background of course), or see if they’re a regular there and ask them a few questions about the area.
You can read more about the above sites in my article about the best social networks for naturists, artists and everyone! Despite Facebook’s draconian censorship policies against nudity, there are many nudist groups on there.
I have a main Felicity’s Blog discussion group of over 10,000 people (and growing fast! The group is called “Naturists & Body Positive Nudies.” Members are welcome to post introductions of themselves in the group and make local new nudist friends by asking who else is in their area.
The advantages of a “closed” group are that people can find it in Facebook searches and you can share it by linking to it.
The website has a comprehensive list of swimming holes all over the country (though we don’t know how often it gets updated).
It has both textile and nude swimming areas, so look for the ones specifically noted to have a skinny dipping tradition.
If you haven’t already, see if there are any alternative places nearby for a nudie to visit besides a club / resort.
Examples of alternative nudie environments:– Swimming holes or places in nature that have a tradition of skinny dipping, such as ponds, rivers and lakes in national parks or forests.
These types of places are probably the least conducive to meeting people.