a bit concerned about appearing like a perv and not desiring to be gawked at by homosexual guys. So I picked a place on the shore seemed comparatively safe. Not completely isolated, but not near anyone. Well, after I worked up the nerve to drop http://shynudists.com , it felt wonderful. Specially when I went in the water.
So as my nervousness was subsiding, I only had fun swimming and enjoying the water. After a few minutes I realized there were two nude young women nearby, who came down to the water after me. (Largely I understood this because suddenly there were 5 or 6 guys bunching the place too. What the heck?!) I was a little annoyed, feeling like I was going to be lumped in with these other losers following the girls, though I was really 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 merely walk away uneasy. I acted like I was a little shocked and annoyed that they had a camera there. Then walked around to them reached my hand out and suggested that I really could shoot a picture of the both of them. (Keep in mind this is my very first time at http://voyzone.com .
I’m really conservative and have never even been naked with my girlfriend. Can you say NERVOUS?! But I simply attempted to hide it.)
Well, the long story short, they laughed and let me take their image; and we remained there and had fun in the water together for probably another 15 minutes. Afterwards I worked up even more nerve, an went over to them on the beach with my camera and asked them if we could all take an image together… which we did.
What a completely awesome experience! I’ve gone from being afraid to take a shower in the men’s locker room in the fitness center, to being comfortable in my own skin around practically anyone, including those two young, attractive girls. What a confidence booster!
I went to Gunnison Beach last weekend and had a fabulous time meeting other folks. Men, girls, and couples. I still do not think I am prepared to go au naturale with folks I know, but this is undoubtedly a liberating experience that I plan to continue enjoying.