A First Naked Party Experience
My First Naked Party – read All About It!
(Guest Nudist Blog By Anon)
The Story of my Very First Naked Party
In this day and age, nudity is as common as cell phones, laptops, or its antithesis of clothing. Nudity and nudism for many, especially the young, is no big deal. Yet, nudity often strikes a different chord with those firmly planted in the “age of reason”.
My first experience with social nudity was a couple of years after graduating from college. It happened unexpectedly as one would imagine with such a topic. It all began when a female friend from school contacted me about attending a “Come as You Are” party. I’m always interested in a good party so I inquired as to the concept of the theme. I was floored when she explained that “come as you are” meant attending the party naked!
Now, some might think that being male, I would have jumped on the offer, but I was actually pretty hesitant. I wondered what kind of people would go to such a party. I envisioned a party filled with old naked hippies or exhibitionist, prancing around to music from Hair. Yet, I was also a little curious.
I was flattered when my friend revealed that she’d thought of me because I was one of the most open minded guys she knew. She also reassured me that the group attending were anything but sleazy. I don’t know if it was her faith in me or my own personal curiosity, but after a week of pondering, I relented.
Our naked party night approached quickly. Upon arriving, I was apprehensive, especially as I scanned the room seeing mostly nude masses of skin staring warmhearted and smiling at me. I was approached by the hostess who invited me to relax and offered me a cocktail, which I’m sorry to say quickly turned into three.
My friend disappeared into the powder room leaving me to fend for myself. Eventually I joined in. I must confess that going nude in public isn’t that bad, albeit it was “uncomfortable” at first.
We did everything found in a conventional party, we just did it in the nude. We danced, had some drinks, laughed and basically just had a good time (even though I was a little concerned for the furniture).
In the end, I found the experience rewarding. I realized that in the grand scheme of things, clothing has nothing to do with human interaction. I was pleasantly surprised at how fun and freeing nonsexual social nudity can be. However, going nude in a public is an acquired taste. I’m sure it becomes easier for some, yet, I don’t think I am quite there yet.
It will take me some time before I am ready to attend my next naked party :)