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They say sex sells, and when it comes to travel, that's especially true. Sex travel or "libertine tourism," as it's sometimes calledis a growing industry targeted at people who love to take their clothes off and get buckwild. To be clear, it's not the same thing as sex tourism, a term most people use to describe traveling to have sex with prostitutes ; sex travel is totally consensual and totally legal.
These people love going to resorts, chalets, and beaches all over the world, taking their clothes off, and having sex with each other — 40 nude camp. I decided to them at Hedonism II to see what it was like. It's important to note that generally speaking, most people who self-identify as nudists are not swingers, and most swingers are not nudists. In fact, many people who are nudists claim there's absolutely nothing inherently sexual about the nudist lifestyle, and reject any suggestion otherwise.
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 40 nude camp., when I was panicking over whether or not to bring a napkin for my chair. The Prude side is clothing optional, but the nude side has its own set of rules.
In fact, entry is only permitted if you check all at the door. That's not usually the case at most sex parties, where men need to have a female guest to gain entry. Because everyone is presumably there for the same reason, single men have a fair amount of to approach women. I learned this firsthand one evening, when I was sitting poolside and a man approached me offering to buy me a drink. At an all-inclusive resort, this is apparently considered a real knee-slapper. Aside from that, a few couples approached me asking if I'd be visiting the Playroom, where guests are permitted to explore each other "in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
That said, at no point did I feel any pressure to fool around with anyone.
The resort has zero tolerance for consent violations or creepy behaviour of any kind. Daytime at Hedo is relatively tame, because most guests are recovering from their adventures the night before. Once, I witnessed a man in his late 40s lay his female companion down on the pool bar, open her legs, and go down on her in full view of the other guests. Happy Hour buffet, indeed.
It adds a level of privacy and discretion for the guests who will likely be copulating in public. But this is not the case at Hedo. The majority of 40 nude camp. are fit couples in their early 40s through late 50s, most of whom seemed to be empty nesters. They are healthy, they have money, and for the most part, they are very good-looking. At first, it's a little hard to get used to the fact that the staff at Hedo is not naked presumably because it's a little hard to be a mechanic and, say, fix a hot tub while your junk is hanging out.
And yes, he didn't stare at my junk the whole time — he's a professional, after all. A foam party is basically what is sounds like: a pool party where the pool is filled with foam and you dance in it naked. Yes, they're messy, but they're also super fun. Wednesday is Fetish Night at Hedo, where the scene is set with leather and lingerie. Although a week on a Caribbean beach surrounded by naked people might seem like you've maxed out on the fantasy card, Fetish Night is ostensibly when guests are encouraged to indulge in their wildest fantasies.
The entertainment at Fetish Night features Cirque du Soleil-level acrobatics, with half-naked people dangling from ropes and cables, seductively stretching and bending and folding for the audience. Even if you have absolutely no interest in riding crops and ball gags, it is awesome. No, but seriously, nudists are some of the best people you will ever meet. They are completely comfortable with who they are and they have nothing to hide both literally and figuratively.
Take, for example, my dining companion, who on Fetish Night showed up to dinner in full leather regalia, a leash and collar fastened around his neck. As we sat there dining on steak, he began to tell me a story, then apologized for speaking to me with his mouth full. And guess what? It doesn't feel awkward at 40 nude camp. Most guests at Hedo are there for one reason: to take off their clothes and do what comes naturally, without fear of judgment. Hedo celebrates sexuality, and your neighbors are going to take advantage of that.
In fact, they may even invite you to come along.
Hedo has food that you actually will want to eat and enjoy, with sushi, steak, Jamaican barbecue, and a decidedly lavish breakfast buffet are among the highlights. After people have had their fun in The Playroom, they typically want to keep the party going, so they migrate over to the Nude Pool for the post-party, while drunk onlookers munch on hot pizza from the late-night grill menu.
The bottom line is, Hedo is a place for people who love fun and love to take risks. And that will feel weird to you. They just want you to let loose, whatever that means for you, and to not judge them. This article originally appeared on Men's Health. Getty Images. There's no vacation like a Hedo vacation. But the worst is falling victim to our own criticism. Other days, I wake up wishing I could be someone else.
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