Be Careful What You Wish For!

Here in the USA, June is the month that is traditionally set aside as Gay Pride Month. As a result, here on ReNude Pride, I celebrate it as Gay Nude Pride Month and as an occasion to be both as bare (naked, nude) and as same gender loving (gay) as I want. It stands to reason that this time of the year, I feel compelled to offer a few posts that are blatantly focused on being gay and clothes-free. This is one of those aforementioned postings.

So if anyone reading here is offended by a homosexual male fantasy, I strongly advise you to stop reading here now. No sense in disturbing anyone’s sensibilities or upsetting anyone – just read the latest news, there’s enough of that happening throughout the world already.

All my life, as I can best remember, whenever I find myself alone on a beach, my thoughts often turn introspective and I sometimes find myself wondering in a “what if” situation. For example, “what if a handsome naked man suddenly washed up on shore?”

How would I react in this predicament? What would be the first thing that I would do? Would I turn and run in fear or would I stay and try to befriend him?


I know that I’m not the only gay bare practitioner to have such thoughts (fantasies). I’m probably one of the very few to publicly admit to having them. However, I’m not too far removed from reality to know that for every fantasy there is some percentile of reality involved. All of our dreams and fantasies have to evolve from some thought or experience.

I’ve had numerous fantasies of this type, especially when a teenager and well into my twenties. At the time, I often this shrugged these off as casual “wishful-thinking” and never really paid all that much attention to them. As I turned thirty years old, I began to wonder: Will this ever happen? By that time, I hadn’t quite reconciled myself to the reality that I may indeed spend the rest of my life as a single, nude, gay man. As a result, I resigned myself to the fact that a rewarding gay relationship just wasn’t destined for me.

In 2010, I was completely devoid of any hope of any type of serious relationship. Internally, I decided that I would be content with friendship and leave the search for my “Mr. Right” to my fantasies. I resolved that friendship was better than nothing.

That’s when I met Aaron. We’ve been together, as a couple, ever since.

We were married on August 15, 2015.

Be careful what you wish for. And make sure that when your dream/fantasy does happen, that you treat him right!

Naked hugs!

Roger/ReNude Pride




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A same gender loving (gay) bare practitioner (nudist) who invites you to explore my blog. At times I may appear irreverent but I am in no way irrelevant!

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