My feelings have not changed much since:

I still favor if nudity is shared by all people present. I am more open minded, yet, about accompanying their nudist pal or S/O; if they are cool with me, I’m cool with them.

The two situations I presented, I also understand, were a bit exceptional. In the first, we were a group of naked folks who had just spent the entire week-end totally nude; and here walks in a completely dressed woman! Which sort of broke up the nude vibe we were all loving.
The next scenario was genuinely a “chickening out” scenario. My friend, or so she said, intended to join me but absolutely froze up (self consciousness kicked in). She had no logical explanation for it; but I believe it has to do with the whole “easier to be nude among strangers than with a friend/relative” matter. Her daughter came in the graphic merely a while after, inquiring why we were not nude; her mother explained that she’d chickened out. Which caused her to additionally chicken out as well as return with a bathing suit on!

Since that time, I have found myself in an “only nude person in the room” scenario once or even twice.

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In those situations, it didn’t irritate me because those were people who typically went nude, just not in that specific situation. One was on a chilly morning at the resort; sarongs and T-shirts everywhere except me. The way I looked at it: “I did not just drive 90 miles to keep my clothes on! No way!” Another time, I was over at a buddy’s house and he invited me to make myself comfortable. Why was that different from my second scenario? My nudity did not change him as it’d my pal. ? Then no problem.

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