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Does a nudist need to go to a nudist resort to meet other nudists as therapy?


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2014-12-18 04:40:51
2014-12-18 04:40:51

It depends on what your problem is. Being a nudist doesn't make you any different than anyone else. If you have problems of abuse, a loss, grief, etc., then just go to a good therapist with your problems.

Nudists are just a way of life and have been around for as long as I can remember. They usually have private clubs or they would be arrested for indecent exposure. There is nothing wrong with this way of life and often brings comfort to the individual (getting back to nature and peace.)


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No nudists are not all gay you have your "Normal Nudist" who prefer not to wear clouths and socialize with other nudes and "Gay Nudists" who are gay and open about but also prefer to not wear clouths and socialize aswell as touching. Easy way of thinking about it is "Nudists" Look and are fine just chatting and "Gay Nudists" Enjoy to chat and have physical interaction but not all the time.

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By no means. It is a last resort. Lithium, Depakote and other pharmaceutical therapy is the most common treatment by far.

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That's "nudist". Short answer: yes. Longer answer: On private property, where there is no possibility of the nudists being seen by members of the general public, the answer would be "yes", other than that, the answer would depend on many factors; local ordinances, community standards, etc.

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