What is your opinion on skinny dipping with a group?
Its always been unacceptable to be nude around others in general but what always seems to happen is a group of people (normally mixed genders) put the daily rules aside, strip down, and jump around and swim with each other. What in any other setting would most likely create negative results turns in to a really fun experience overall regardless of how someone looks. Do you think that its ok to go skinny dipping with a group of friends?
Whatever floats your B......... OAT. It's a matter of who is with who? Who is going to get jealous? If you have all been friends for a long time and if it's not a secret to your spouse or partner.
Clothing is in part meant to enhance desire, by intentionally creating things which are meant to be unseen. Removing this artificial barrier we place between each other can be liberating. Everyone I have ever known who has participated in some sort of innocent public nudity event has found out the simple truth that once everyone is nude, it just isn't a big deal.
My opinion. I'm thinking that overused phrase, "Just say no." No I don't think it is a good idea. What would be the point of the nudity. Swimming with or without clothing feels much the same (yes I have "dipped.")
Swimming without clothes feels so much better & we love to skinnydip when & where we can .
I guess it would be like going to a nudist beach . As long as everyone shows each other respect there should be no problems . If in a relationship make sure you are both happy with it !
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