Camaraderie Sans Clothes … Naked Men

naked menWhy would a group of men want to get naked together? A better question is why not? Many men simply enjoy being naked, it’s part of being a man. Sexual orientation doesn’t enter the equation, men are men. They understand the simple pleasures in life.

naked menSo it’s not a sexual thing. It once was the norm at the YMCA, where men swam naked together. They weren’t allowed to wear clothes of any kind. But with some contemporary thinking, attitudes evolved. Somehow simple nudity got sexualized. Men were indoctrinated to believe nude camaraderie was a homosexual thing, that you must be gay if you enjoy getting naked with other men. The notion of “size matters” entered into the equation, so even men with average size penises began feeling inferior and ashamed. Opportunities for men to enjoy getting naked together became fewer and further between.

naked menNow it takes a special breed of men to get out of their clothes in the presence of other men, guys that have shed or rejected the misguided notions that attempt to define masculinity. It takes men that are going to enjoy being men when such opportunities arise no matter what society tries to dictate. It takes uninhibited men that enjoy the feel of fresh air on their skin, that make their own rules and that appreciate the unspoken connection with other men.

naked menThe opportunities exist. It might be on a camping or hiking trip in some remote area of our national parks. It may be a gathering at a friend’s house around the pool. It may be on a deserted soccer field where a group of guys split into teams and cut loose. It may be a at one of the ever more popular nude yoga classes. Wherever it is, you can still find men that enjoy their bodies, enjoy being men, enjoy the uninhibited freedom of getting naked with a bunch of guys.

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6 thoughts on “Camaraderie Sans Clothes … Naked Men

  1. I work as a model for life drawing and it is one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life. And I am ever surprised at the number of people who, when I tell them about it, gasp and stare at me with big, sometimes reproachful, but mostly admirative and envious eyes. “I could never do that”, they say. Why not?…

  2. I wish being nude was not such a hindering now a days. I enjoy being nude very much, but I cannot express this without getting a tag thrown onto me. The only places I can be freely nude is in my room and the locker room after a workout to shower. It makes me very sad :(

    • I know what you mean here. I am a gay male and even my boyfriend thinks it’s sexual when I’m walking around the house nude.

      I want to be free and open an not have anything on ever, but I can’t even go into my backyard nude because of the high school that is down the street from me. I’m afraid that one of the kids would walk by and see me out there and say I’m doing it to be exposed to children. Putting up a privacy fence would help but I don’t have that kind of money right now.

      • I am Bi and not many ppl know that I am.

        That is how I am. Just want to be comfy and not have anything on. By living in the Dorm, here at college, I cannot go out into my lounge and to the bathroom nude with out someone seeing and making fun or start thinking I am gay. So I have to put shorts on and go out. I don’t like how the US has put nudity out in a way that is so bad. There is nothing wrong with it! I hope I can find some place where I can be free and nude with other like minded people.

  3. I totally agree!!!!! Some Victorian values and mores got into our social fabric and it’s going to take alot of time and effort to get them out.

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