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is looking at me!
I lie on my tummy?
any party or gathering newcomers are always noticed; that's how
we will be able to make you welcome.
In naturist clubs
like Heritage, no one is interested in what you are like, but
who you are.
Do remember that
it is the face that carries the most information - we all read
each others faces as part of making conversation.
certainly true that most men on their first visit to a naturist
location (club or beach etc) do worry how they will 'react'.
In practice ( and
in the long experience of Heritage ) the friendly outdoor and
sunny atmosphere is not the environment which makes men think
they must roll onto their tummies!
But - hey - we'll
turn down the pool heating and you can have a quick dip!
my body is horrible!
this business with towels?
... we've all thought that at least once!
What is so nice
in a naturist club is that we are all shapes and sizes and ages
- it really doesn't matter.
In fact, it is an
enormous mark of naturist mutual respect that what we look like
is really not the issue.
- you noticed!
Yes .. we
do make sure that we all use a towel etc to sit on.
facilities etc are communal and the most reasonable way to
ensure they keep fresh and clean is to ask naturists to sit on
something of their own before they plonk themselves on a chair
had serious surgery!
beer belly is oversize!
You'll find probably a quarter of us have had some surgery or
other - and that includes mastectomies.
Scars are part of
life - we all have them - at Heritage we have several members
who have had serious transplants, heart surgery, breast cancer
In a strange way
its easier to feel secure about this when you can notice how
many others may have been through something similar.
.... get some exercise ??
Its just a fact
of life that many of us get the 'fuller figure' as we get older.
Most of us never had that Adonis figure anyway - but we liked to
pretend we did.
provide lots of opportunities to lose a few pounds - and we
don't have a licensed bar - so at least it wont get worse!
I've got my period! )
everything communal including the showers and toilets?
clubs know women have periods!
If you use
Tampons, then fine - use them and carry on as before.
Some of us use
pads etc. which need little briefs - then fine - use them and
carry on as before.
decide whether to swim or not. The pool area is always a fully
nude area, so before you swim, nip into the ladies and dispose
of the pad.
clubs, beaches and resorts have different ways of organising
this. There is no 'norm'.
At Heritage we
provide separate men's and women's toilets.
The showers and
washroom ( and of course the sauna ) are communal.
my kids be safe?
got jewellery and body piercing 'down there'?
is a family club. In fact most of us with families feel much
happier and more secure about our children at Heritage than we
do anywhere else.
When we camp,
many of us mums still have to work and we have always found it
easy to leave our children in the watchful care of another mum
or dad while we're out.
Heritage has well
defined fences and boundaries - so it is impossible for a child
to 'run off'. If there is an accident then many of us have
nursing or first aid qualifications.
Heritage we do not allow genital or nipple jewellery. So if
you do have such adornments, you will be required to remove them
before enjoying our facilities.
That is not true
of all clubs and resorts - and on the continent you will find a
wider degree of acceptance of this.
Heritage does not
worry about shaved / smooth genital areas.
some of us are still single?
all of us have (or have had) children so we know about sex ....
errr ...we think!
club is not in any circumstances a sex club, and the very
first sign of inappropriate behaviour is taken very seriously.]
once in a while a romance blossoms and its lovely when it does.
Our single women
and men don't come to Heritage to find a partner - generally
they come to relax and enjoy the sun in a stress free