You might think that posting images from our trips is a simple thing to do, but in fact, it’s pretty darn complicated. It may seem that our social media and website are rather conservative, considering we’re a nudist company. That’s because we’ve had our fair share of issues, including having Instagram photos flagged and taken down, and having our social media accounts shadow-banned. There’s lots of grey area in terms of what body parts we can and can’t show, which can differ with each platform. For example, we can’t show a bumcrack on our website (though, we can show a bit of side cheek), or else we’ll be penalized in our Google search results. That’s the nature of being a naturist company in a world that can’t seem to wrap its head around non-sexual nudity. In this blog post, we’re sharing an excerpt from the Planet Nude substack, written by nudist historian and podcaster Evan Nicks. Read on to learn about the “algorithmic amplification of body shame.”
Hedonism often gets a bad rap. But upon taking a closer look at what hedonism actually is (and is not), you may be surprised that it’s poor reputation is unwarranted. In fact, “rational hedonism” is closely linked to health and wellness. Today we’re posting an excerpt from an article originally posted on TheConversation.com that takes a deep dive into hedonism and how it affects well-being.
There are many so-called “sexual health experts” out there, including family members, religious leaders, and burnt out health class teachers. And unfortunately, much of the information that we get from these “experts” is laced with shame. In this blog, we’d like to reintroduce you to our gorgeous friend, masturbation, with a body-positive and research-based outlook. Later, we’ll touch on a couple of trending topics related to male masturbation, including the NoFap movement and semen retention.
Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it, you can never get it back.
– Harvey Mackay
It’s safe to say that most of us are tired of hearing the word quarantine. Equally true is our desire to resume our travels once again. Finding the right mindset to approach the new travel landscape can set you up to make the most out of your entire trip – including any hotel quarantine.
Why take a trip on The Deluxe Boat, when it’s more than 2/3 the cost of The StandardPlus Boat? We often receive inquiries asking about the differences between the two. Apparently the glory of our most exclusive trip hasn’t yet been reflected. That’s on us, and hopefully this post will do it justice.
Some men who choose to travel with Everything To Sea join us as solo travelers. If you’re hesitant to travel alone, we’ve compiled some of the pros of traveling by yourself. If you’re considering a “Solo-cation, ” we think this blog post may help you make up your mind.
Some men may find it a rare treat to be able to get naked with others. Vacations are usually when people drop their drawers to swim or visit a naturist resort. However, why does it have to be a rare occasion? We found this article, “Living Naked Daily” on nudeandhappy.com, which shares ways to get naked more often.
The beach, a nudist camp, or an organized naked group trip are the usual things that come to mind when thinking about naked activities. But there are scores of other things you can do nude, too! An article called “101 Activities You Can Do Naked” by nudeandhappy.com listed out – well – over a hundred. We have 40 random activities culled from them here. Read on and enter a naked state of mind…
What if I get hard? What if my dick isn’t big enough? We know that some of our readers may be new to the idea of going nude in group settings. If you’re not an experienced nudist, you may have questions. We are reprinting excerpts from an original article written by NakedWanderings.com. In some places, we’ve changed the text as necessary, to make it more applicable to an all-male situation.
The start of summer has begun in the northern hemisphere. That means a high sun angle – and that could mean a good thing for those of us baring it all in the sun. It is not good to catch a burn, of course, but according to Logan Christopher who runs the website LegendaryStrength, the sunshine on our balls is good for us.
Dave, one of the co-founders of Everything To Sea, offers a stream-of-consciousness post dealing with the present, the past, and the future, in an honest and daring take on himself sexually.