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Clothes free life AMA – ask me anything


All next week from March 21-26 we will be hosting clothes free life Ask Me Anything. You can ask EarlD founder/editorial chief of clothesfreelife.com and myclothesfree life.com will answer any questions you have about the sites, clothes free living or his personal experience with the clothes free life. Simply post a comment with your questions and a reply response with the answer will be given. So if there is ANYTHING you have ever wondered about but didn’t think to ask ANYTHING heard but wondered if it was three now the time to get the answer straight fro the source.

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  1. Some initial questions (there might be more later):

    – Have individuals or groups ever made you feel uncomfortable / crossed the line at a resort / site in person? If so, how did you navigate those situations?

    – Did you ever have an body image issues that made you hesitant to step into clothes free living at home and/or in social settings?

    – What’s your least favorite thing about clothes free life?

    – In the online space, how often do people, male or female, cross the line towards you individually? How did you build up the wherewithal to deal with the online environment?

    – How did you first hear about clothes free life / naturism? What made you decide one day to just give it a go? What’s your inspiration?

    …. enough for now, before this turns into some kind of long form interview!

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    • @hontouniheart
      – Have individuals or groups ever made you feel uncomfortable / crossed the line at a resort / site in person? If so, how did you navigate those situations?

      The first time I went to a resort I was walking around watching volleyball matches and someone called me a f**kin perv and then something else (I think a racial slur)under his breath. It was the first time being socially clothes free and it really scared me fortunately other people were much more welcoming. So I choose to gravitate towards those people. I was acutely conscious of how people behaved when I was around and if I felt uncomfortable I just moved on. It wasn’t easy but it worked out.

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      • sassycoupleok says

        Glad you didn’t let that experience discourage you. There are many at these resorts who are on edge with the single nude male when he’s walking about.

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    • @hontouniheart
      In the online space, how often do people, male or female, cross the line towards you individually? How did you build up the wherewithal to deal with the online environment?
      I have been propositioned multiple times online by men and women who made unsolicited sexual advances. When I first started out is was really disconcerting and all I could figure to do was pull back. After I had a stronger sense of what I wanted out of the clothes free life I was more vocal in shutting down those advances

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      • sassycoupleok says

        I think our nudity is always going to bring out sexual responses from time to time from some individuals. Most of these individuals are not nudist in the sense we would like all nudist to be. Generally when rebuffed they go somewhere else, but we have always found it to be an opportunity to try an educate what we are really about.

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    • @hontouniheart

      – What’s your least favorite thing about clothes free life?
      I really had to think about that one. I don’t think I have a least favorite thing. When I an clothes free I feel at home that I am who I am nothing more nothing less. What I like the least about that is all the stuff people in and out of clothes free living read into that. But I really can’t do anything about that so I just continue be me and be clothes free.

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