It’s great that nudism is slowly moving online but in our view, quality trumps quantity.
A quick online search brought up a bunch of so-called Nudist Dating and Nudist Social Network websites.
I would like to pose these questions with the hopes of better understanding the mindset.
Men – What are you thinking or looking to achieve when you post selfies where the focus is your penis?
B – What is it about the images that you find so attractive?
C – What is that you are looking for when you click on such profiles? – love, sex, companionship and so on) Inquiring nudie minds want to know the truth about naked selfies so please share your feelings, thoughts and opinions!
Why would a nudist dating site have so many penis-focused images (which is filled with sexual undertones) while mainstream textile site will have more “real” / “conservative” images?
Are nudists who are looking to draw attention to their profile are reverting to Alpha Male Ape like behavior? Do they really believe that by showcasing their penis, women will flock to their profiles like moths to a flame?They meet online; on social media and dating sites.After befriending each other, one of them, most likely the boy, will ‘hit the inbox’ or ‘slide into the DMs (Direct Messages) and the rest, as they say, is history. Yes - 57 per cent out of the 88 per cent of men say their online-forged relationships flourished, while 47 per cent out of the 73 percent women say their relationships moved beyond chatting to each other online.For today’s youth, an Instagram account is not complete without photos of a significant other, and will regularly tweet each other, using terms such as bae, and comment on their numerous Facebook photos in an effort to mark their territory.When the boys are not claiming their girlfriends online through the popular trend, ‘Woman Crush Wednesdays’, the girls are blogging about their engagement and posting photos of bejewelled ring fingers captioned, “I said Yes.”But young people are not just hooking up on Facebook, more and more are turning to dating sites.Ruth Ruigu, Senior Research Manager at Consumer Insight, attributes this to the fact that the internet is really a bottomless pit should you settle on that channel to search for ‘the one’, as opposed to relying on the traditional channels of socialising.