I watch as a pack of women run towards the beach. To my left, a naked year old man plays a game of ping pong with his female companion. He keeps dropping the ball.
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2) You will be hit on.
They say sex sells, and when it comes to travel, that's especially true. At some nudist resorts, overt sexual behaviour is explicitly prohibited. That said, the two groups do occasionally intersect, and at Hedonism II, both sex and public nudity are not only accepted, but downright encouraged. While the plane ride was fraught with nervous anticipation, Hedonism II ended up being both exactly and absolutely nothing like what I had cooked up in the twisted recesses of my mind. Compared to clothing-optional resorts or topless resorts, where you might occasionally see a nip slip or the occasional flaccid member, Hedonism is the spot to literally bare all. The resort is divided into two sides: Prude and Nude. This greatly eased my anxiety come dinner time, when I was panicking over whether or not to bring a napkin for my chair.
1) Yes, there is nudity.
From time to time we come across articles that we feel benefit the travel community and we bring them to you. And no need to bring a swimsuit since those are banned too. Desert Sun Resort has found that this works well for first timers to feel comfortable. There is nothing worse than being at a clothing optional resort and you are the only one nude in the pool. But what about when guests are active, or when the sun goes down and the disco ball starts turning?
When I tell people I'm going to a naked resort in Jamaica, they respond as though I've just revealed my salary or the details of my last menstruation. It's a long blink or a visible shift backward in their seat. Several ask, after a pause, "Are you a naked person? I don't know. What's a naked person? A naked person probably owns more beads than I do, just beaded necklaces every day.