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Alternet Reporter Gives Cypress Cove a Try
« on: July 21, 2009, 05:06:41 pm »

It's long so here is the first few paragraphs as a teaser:

"Sunglasses are your best friend at a nudist resort," I say, echoing advice I was given years ago. "You will stare. Also, you should have all the laughter out of your system by the time we reach the pool."

This advice is for my friend Sheree, who is accompanying me to the Cypress Cove Nudist Resort in Central Florida, a stone's throw -- and a million miles -- from Walt Disney World. The laughter I anticipate is by no means derisive; it's pure social awkwardness, like when you hear a bickering couple say things that are too personal about each other.

You can imagine the nudist resort, can look at pictures and envision everyone in the mall with you today naked, but nothing prepares you for going through the gate and seeing a squadron of elders who look like MeeMaw and PapPap with all their dangly, bulbous, fuzzy bits on display, not to mention the people next to them at the pool who look like your co-workers or drinking buddies. Your giggles aren't judgmental -- they are culture shock.
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Re: Alternet Reporter Gives Cypress Cove a Try
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2009, 06:08:27 pm »
I found this line very interesting:

"I think (men) have their own little anxieties going on but outwardly they're calm." So the men are the catalysts, but Hadley says, "it's the women that choose to come back again."

We have it in our power to begin the world over again.  -Thomas Paine