im going to the caribbean next month with a group of family and friends. were going to a topless beach and i want to go topless but do you think im out of line if i i do this infront of friends and i have 2 brother-in-laws that have the hots for me and i know will be checking me out . its just something i never did before. im kind of shy
I have never gone topless before but I would think that if they are your brothers-in-law and they have a thing for you then you would not go topless as this may create problems in the family.
On the other hand if you don't care what their wives think and you know that you are innocent (meaning you are not doing it for thier specific attention) then by all means, live a little!
cardisa im not doing this to tease or creat any problem with the family. its just something of a adventure for me. everyone looks at me like im some kind of a marry poppins or some kind of librayan kind of geek. miss prude is a term one of the guys come up with last time we all went out together. yes im going through with it though im laying down some ground rules with the guys. if any of them make any rude remarks or says anything that embarasse me the bra goes back on and stays on for the week. i think thats fair.
If you show them the goods, so to speak, the mystery will be over and they'll lose interest.
For what it's worth, never be shy to go nude on a beach unless your personal safety is at risk or the law forbids it.
If you are not sure, don't do it.
Funny story - A good friend of mine, who is a latin percussion musician was invited to play in a very expensive Dominican Republic resort. The musicians got there, and the minute they set up the instruments they see everyone's completely naked. It was a nude beach and they had to play nude. So, he took off his pants and underwear right there, and played his timbal standing up, with the drum covering his private parts.
we can't judge the impact of you going topless without first viewing the potentially offending items in question
My experience of the occasional visit to a nude beach has been that nobody is particularly bothered at looking at anyone else. While being nude is comfortable in the right sort of weather, it is actually very much less provocative than wearing certain types of clothing.
Of course, a topless beach rather than a nude one might be different. I reckon it could attract more male oglers, given that men do not have to do anything different there to what they would do on an ordinary beach with respect to beachwear.
i dont think male oglers would bother me to much. its the 12 men that do know me. im trying to talk some of the other girls into following my lead. no such luck i think im going this route alone. i think the first 5 minutes should be the most aukward for me. let them get a good look and then its time to work on my tan and ignore the whole world.
if you remove your bra then where do you carry your money?
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