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Wearing an anklet a sign of anything?

Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 21 January 2019, 23:48

Being a nudist I wear a silver anklet on my right leg, in the summer I wear a heavy silver one.

Can this be a sign of anything?
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Unread postby Derek » 22 January 2019, 00:04

Poor taste, I guess.
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Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 22 January 2019, 02:56

Silver.

I think it keeps off the vampires.
And possibly the werewolves. ;)
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Re: Wearing an anklet a sign of anything?

Unread postby Brasileiro » 22 January 2019, 11:17

No. It is merely jewerly. It´ is just less in the way than a bracelet or necklace. Less danger to get caught on something as well.
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Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 22 January 2019, 15:01

Brasileiro wrote:No. It is merely jewerly. It´ is just less in the way than a bracelet or necklace. Less danger to get caught on something as well.


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Re: Wearing an anklet a sign of anything?

Unread postby rogonandi » 23 January 2019, 07:09

Well they sometimes indicate social status for women throughout history. Some people believe if you wear a silver one on your left ankle, you're protecting yourself from evil spirits. However, most people just wear them because they enjoy wearing ankle adornments.
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Unread postby Marmaduke » 23 January 2019, 12:48

Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?
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Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 23 January 2019, 15:14

Marmaduke wrote:Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?


The AANR prefers that genital jewelry not be worn, any other jewelry [anklet, neckless, rings, bracelets, etc.] are allowed. I wear a silver neckless and anklet because I just like the way that it looks.
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Unread postby PopTart » 23 January 2019, 16:14

Shaved-Nudist wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?


The AANR prefers that genital jewelry not be worn, any other jewelry [anklet, neckless, rings, bracelets, etc.] are allowed. I wear a silver neckless and anklet because I just like the way that it looks.

Really? No dick piercings in the nudist community allowed?

Why? If people are seeking to promote nudity as being no different than clothed, why this strange sensibility?

If having your junk out is like having your ears on display, surely having something there pierced would be equivilant to an ear piercing, or a nose piercing?
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Unread postby rogonandi » 23 January 2019, 19:15

PopTart wrote:
Shaved-Nudist wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?


The AANR prefers that genital jewelry not be worn, any other jewelry [anklet, neckless, rings, bracelets, etc.] are allowed. I wear a silver neckless and anklet because I just like the way that it looks.

Really? No dick piercings in the nudist community allowed?

Why? If people are seeking to promote nudity as being no different than clothed, why this strange sensibility?

If having your junk out is like having your ears on display, surely having something there pierced would be equivilant to an ear piercing, or a nose piercing?


I think the genital piercing isn’t allowed because it draws attention to the genitalia and may sexualize it.
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Unread postby PopTart » 23 January 2019, 19:37

rogonandi wrote:
PopTart wrote:
Shaved-Nudist wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?


The AANR prefers that genital jewelry not be worn, any other jewelry [anklet, neckless, rings, bracelets, etc.] are allowed. I wear a silver neckless and anklet because I just like the way that it looks.

Really? No dick piercings in the nudist community allowed?

Why? If people are seeking to promote nudity as being no different than clothed, why this strange sensibility?

If having your junk out is like having your ears on display, surely having something there pierced would be equivilant to an ear piercing, or a nose piercing?


I think the genital piercing isn’t allowed because it draws attention to the genitalia and may sexualize it.

So it can be on display, but shouldn't be adorned in anything, lest it be noticed? :lol:

Whats the point of getting nude, if not to notice, that which would otherwise be covered up? Sure a nice breeze can be bracing, but lets face it, it's about the liberating feeling of knowing that everyone can see your tackle and not caring much about it.

Maybe thats just me :shrug:
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Unread postby Brasileiro » 23 January 2019, 20:57

PopTart wrote:Whats the point of getting nude, if not to notice, that which would otherwise be covered up? Sure a nice breeze can be bracing, but lets face it, it's about the liberating feeling of knowing that everyone can see your tackle and not caring much about it.

Maybe thats just me :shrug:

You do not get nudism. It is just to be your natural self. It has got nothing to do with what others can see. Everybody has parts, it comes with human anatomy.
Nudity in itself is not the same as erotism or sexual exhibitionism, although you can use nudity for that.
Human kind only put clothes on to shield us against the elements, not to hide our parts. That is something church brought on.
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Unread postby PopTart » 23 January 2019, 21:09

Brasileiro wrote:
PopTart wrote:Whats the point of getting nude, if not to notice, that which would otherwise be covered up? Sure a nice breeze can be bracing, but lets face it, it's about the liberating feeling of knowing that everyone can see your tackle and not caring much about it.

Maybe thats just me :shrug:

You do not get nudism. It is just to be your natural self. It has got nothing to do with what others can see. Everybody has parts, it comes with human anatomy.
Nudity in itself is not the same as erotism or sexual exhibitionism, although you can use nudity for that.
Human kind only put clothes on to shield us against the elements, not to hide our parts. That is something church brought on.

Just about being your natural self? With other people being their natural selves, where everyone can go about, with their natural selves... on display. Yeah, I think I get it :awesome:
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Unread postby mxguy01 » 23 January 2019, 21:25

I'd say if your a nudest and your worried about a ankle bracelet getting caught on something then you really need to realign your priorities.

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Unread postby PopTart » 23 January 2019, 21:28

mxguy01 wrote:I'd say if your a nudest and your worried about a ankle bracelet getting caught on something then you really need to realign your priorities.

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Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 23 January 2019, 23:38

I think the genital piercing isn’t allowed because it draws attention to the genitalia and may sexualize it.[/quote]
You hit the nail on the head! :)

There are some resorts that do allow genitalia jewelry but most AANR resorts don't.
Being nude allows that person to feel more freedom of movement and to be more comfortable.
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Re: Wearing an anklet a sign of anything?

Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 23 January 2019, 23:41

PopTart wrote:
rogonandi wrote:
PopTart wrote:
Shaved-Nudist wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:Why does being a nudist prohibit the wearing of jewelry on the wrist and require them on the ankle instead? Does the AANR have bylaws prohibiting bracelets that you're trying to sidestep? Is the nudism relevant, or are nudists quite similar to vegans?


The AANR prefers that genital jewelry not be worn, any other jewelry [anklet, neckless, rings, bracelets, etc.] are allowed. I wear a silver neckless and anklet because I just like the way that it looks.

Really? No dick piercings in the nudist community allowed?

Why? If people are seeking to promote nudity as being no different than clothed, why this strange sensibility?

If having your junk out is like having your ears on display, surely having something there pierced would be equivilant to an ear piercing, or a nose piercing?


I think the genital piercing isn’t allowed because it draws attention to the genitalia and may sexualize it.

So it can be on display, but shouldn't be adorned in anything, lest it be noticed? :lol:

Whats the point of getting nude, if not to notice, that which would otherwise be covered up? Sure a nice breeze can be bracing, but lets face it, it's about the liberating feeling of knowing that everyone can see your tackle and not caring much about it.

Maybe thats just me :shrug:


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Re: Wearing an anklet a sign of anything?

Unread postby Stardust » 24 January 2019, 16:34

I feel more comfortable clothed, but then again I'm very strange :P
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Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 24 January 2019, 16:42

Here is a photo of the heavy one that I wear.

I have removed the photo.
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Unread postby PopTart » 24 January 2019, 17:25

Stardust wrote:I feel more comfortable clothed, but then again I'm very strange :P

Thats okay too! builds anticipation and fuels the imagination and never underestimate the power of strange ;)

Shaved-Nudist wrote:Being nude is about being more liberated and comfortable.

Sure, sure, comfortable having your liberated togger on view. I get it, I definately do! :P
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