I found a very interesting text on another site and i kinnda agree and i wonder if its really true?
" I am new to —— and I noticed that almost everywhere (before uploading pictures, posting comments, writing in the forum…) one must first confirm that one has absolutely no sexual aims. What's wrong with sexuality? It's just a part of being human.
I noticed that many naturist communities strictly outline sexuality and write that in militant words and super fat letters on top of their webpages. When the question comes to sexual attraction, erections etc. they all promise faithfully that sexuality never ever occurs in their nudist places, that nobody ever would see a nude person as sexually attractive and that everyone who thinks different is a traitor to the idea of naturism.
I joined once a Swiss naturists online community and first thing they said was: change your username, because "zuerigay" includes the word "gay" which points to "homosexuality" and sexuality is strictly outlined and against the rules. I was first stunned and then I hurried to get out of that nude fascist group.
For me, nudity is an expression of freedom. I want to be free of the stupid rules of a society who thinks that not hiding ones genitals is indecent or rude. Many nudists use the word "freedom" to express what they feel when they are nude. But when they enclose themselves in a wall of prejudices against sexuality and point with the finger on voyeurs and exhibitionists, they aren't free at all.
Must true nudists never have sex? Or tell their partners to get clothed to look attractive 'cause being nude does not attract them? Or can one only be a good nudist if one is beyond the age of sexual activity? – I hope not.
I am gay, love to be naked and love to look at beautiful naked men. And I cannot find anything negative in getting aroused and having fun with the toy we are born with. Isn't it great that our emotions can oversteer our logical reasoning just when our eyes see a beautiful body? How can people who enjoy the feeling of being nude deny the feeling of being horny? How can they say, it's ok to show a penis but not when it's getting hard? What the hell is wrong with enjoying a boner? It's just natural.
For my opinion sex isn't evil at all. It's something wonderful and it's even better if one can share it and not enclose it in a dark bedroom. I think, nudists should be free people with free bodies and free minds and not limited by antisexual rules that corsets oneself more than any clothing. "