There has always been a huge confusion between swingers and nudists. To break it down, a nudist is one who enjoys hanging around without clothes, whether in public or at their private residence. On the other hand, a swinger is one who basically has sex, but without demanding for money. This organization was developed in to give rights to the nudist recreation and information of such communities and places around the world. For instance, you can find a nudist park or resort, which lets children enjoy swimming while naked. The association strictly forbids having sex in such places that have received the mandate. Now these people are swingers and not nudists. They engage in sexual activities freely with friends or strangers. That automatically gets them out of the nudist bracket. The only slight similarity between the two is that they all walk around naked in public.
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Admittedly, we've taken you on some pretty weird nakations in the past, from nude beaches and nude resorts , to the world's kinkiest festivals , naughty ski trips , and erotic vacations , but even we had to stop for a second upon discovering swingers resorts. Call us sheltered. Call us naive. We assumed they existed, of course, but we just didn't know much about them. Until now, that is. And everything we've learned, we're sharing with you. So, are they just "adults only" all-inclusive resorts? Sort of, in the sense that "adults only" means no kids.
As a mom with 3 kids under the age of 10, I feel like the word "no" has become my default answer to everything , whether to my kids no , you can't have candy for breakfast! No has become too easy. I needed to figure out how to start saying yes again, so I jumped at the chance to do something way outside my comfort zone: a trip to Desire, a clothing optional, swinger-friendly resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
On my flight to Montego Bay, I felt nauseous. My finger hovered over the button to call over a flight attendant and request an air sickness bag, but then I checked in with myself. If this plane were landing anywhere else, would I still feel like this? My stomach immediately settled and I realized my nausea was from nerves. Expecting a raucous, party atmosphere, I was surprised to find it significantly less chaotic than I thought.