Voyeurism is a touchy topic among naturists. Am I a voyeur if I enjoy being with other naked people and seeing them naked, while I am myself naked? No! Voyeurism is clearly defined as “the derivation of sexual satisfaction by watching people secretly, especially when those being watched are undressed or engaging in sexual activity.”
In voyeurism there’s a clear definition of sexual satisfaction. The fact of being naked with other naked people does not make you a voyeur. Am I a pervert if I find attractive another person, clothed or naked? Of course not. We all find some people pleasant to watch. Being naked does not, should not, change anything to this.
Now, a clothed person on a naked beach staring at naked beachgoers may definitely be a voyeur and requires a serious and firm explanation. Now, I do not want to sound angelic, there are voyeurs in the naturist community. Because they are naked, they tend to be spotted more easily and be excluded or exclude themselves. Like any community, it requires some policing and it better be done by its members.
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