Nudes, prudes and swingers. Facebook Twitter Email. Strolling from the townhouse my husband Javier's employer rented for him in the coconut palm-lined vacation paradise of Negril, we'd dodge them on Seven Mile Beach in front of the resort, playing a game of bocce ball in the buff before noon or wading into the turquoise water to skinny dip. Sometimes, we'd encounter them stepping aboard a snorkeling catamaran from the beach, not a stitch of clothing in sight. The cheering I'd sometimes hear coming from the resort's guests when I passed by on the beach during what I later learned was called the "car wash" -- imagine a version where humans are both the cars and the scrubbers, just add soap -- had the effect of making my life seem quite inhibited by comparison. And once, when we spent the night at Hedonism II after getting evacuated to its more secure buildings by my husband's company during a hurricane scare, pregnant and self-conscious me was surprised by how "normal" everyone seemed, despite being dressed up as sexy school girls and naughty headmasters for the theme of the night.
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Jamaican resort Hedonism II reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic | Daily Mail Online
By Karen Ruiz For Dailymail. A Jamaican beachfront resort famed for its clothing optional policy and nude pools where guests are free to engage in sex has reopened to the public with new coronavirus safety measures in place. But unlike other beach stays, Hedonism II is not for families or the faint of heart, as guests should expect to see skinny-dipping, public sex in the nude pools or the hotel's popular 'romping playroom', as well as erotic entertainment. The resort has become a swingers' paradise since its rebranding in , attracting travelers from all over the world who identify as 'consensually nonmonogamous', to meet others with similar lifestyles.
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My new boyfriend—let's call him John—and I were walking hand-in-hand from our hotel room at Hedonism II, the infamous clothing-optional, adults-only resort in Negril, Jamaica, to our first Tantric sex class. I whispered to him, "So, listen. Everyone's focused on their own partner. No one will be looking at you," I tried to assure him. For one, I'm not that comfortable walking around naked.
When I tell people I'm going to a naked resort in Jamaica, they respond as though I've just revealed my salary or the details of my last menstruation. It's a long blink or a visible shift backward in their seat. Several ask, after a pause, "Are you a naked person?