Sharing My Thoughts About My First Nudist Experience
A First Timers Nudist Experience
(Guest Nudist Blog)
My first nudist experience was definitely an interesting one. To be honest, I was very nervous right before this experience as I had never done anything like it before. However, once the experience had come and gone, I was very happy. Not because I would be doing it often in the future, but because I had done something I was afraid of and actually ended up enjoying myself. What was my first nudist experience? Well, as a freshman at college I heard about a naked party that was going to take place at one of the main dorm houses. It would just be a bunch of people who were naked, or close to naked, hanging out and having a good time.
At first I was afraid to go and I thought I would just skip it. “Why would I want anyone to see me naked?” was what I was thinking to myself at the time. However, one of my friends managed to convince me that we should go and just see what the experience is all about. So, we ended up going and as soon as we got to the party I was shocked. There were SO many people there who were wearing nothing and they were just sitting around, talking to each other as if there was nothing special about all the naked people that were there.
My friend and I took our clothes off in one of the nearby rooms and we went and joined the party. At first we were extremely awkward and were just in a corner talking to ourselves and laughing at the entire situation. After five or ten minutes, a few people we knew came up to us and we started getting into the party’s atmosphere.
The great thing about this experience was that everyone was doing it. There was no situation where I was naked and other people were not. All of us were naked, or very close to naked, and just mingling with each other without a care in the world. No one was staring, there were no wise ass remarks about our bodies or any remarks at all for that matter.
When I look back on this nudist experience, it is not being naked that I really remember or keep with me. It was the fact that many people probably saw my body in its most bare and exposed state and I was not embarrassed or self conscious. I was comfortable with how I looked that day and this comfort has managed to stay with me since then. It was a liberating and eye opening experience, especially these days when body image is such a major issue that plagues our society.