a bit concerned about looking like a perv and not desiring to be gawked at by homosexual guys. So I picked a spot on the seashore looked relatively safe. Not fully isolated, but not near anyone. Well, after I worked up the nerve to discard my clothes, it felt wonderful. Notably when I went in the water.
So as my nervousness was subsiding, I just had fun swimming and enjoying the water. After several minutes I realized there were two nude young women nearby, who came to the water after me. (Mainly I understood this because suddenly there were 5 or 6 men clumping the area too. What the heck?!) I was a bit annoyed, feeling like I was going to be lumped in with these other losers following the girls, though I was actually there first. Well, just as I was starting to depart the water, I realized the girls had a waterproof camera. So I chose to say something rather than simply walk away embarrassing.
I acted like I was a bit shocked and annoyed that they had a camera there. Then walked over to them reached my hand out and proposed that I could shoot an image of the both of them. (Keep in mind this is my FIRST time at a nude beach. I’m very conservative and have never even been nude with my girlfriend. Can you say NERVOUS?! But I just tried to hide it.)
Well, the long story short, they laughed and let me take their picture; and we stayed there and had fun in the water together for probably another 15 minutes. After I worked up even more nerve, an went over to them on the shore with my camera and asked them if we could all take a picture together… which we did.
What http://etyzo.com ! I’ve gone from being scared to take a shower in the men’s locker room in the fitness center, to being comfortable in my own skin around practically http://tetyk.com , including those two young, attractive girls. What a confidence booster!
I went to Gunnison Beach last weekend and had a fantastic time meeting other folks. Guys, ladies, and couples. I still don’t think I am prepared to go au naturale with people I know, but this is definitely a liberating experience that I plan to continue appreciating.