Do you feel shy to change clothe is presence of another woman

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  1. aribas117

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    Hi all ladies! Do you require privacy for changing clothes.Do you feel shy when other woman stares you when you are changing clothes?
     
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    Staring would irritate me but I don't have a problem changing in front of other women, no.
     
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    Same here.
     
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    If someone stares at me I will ask her what the problem is.

    But I don't feel shy.

    As for normal changing either in a locker room or trying on clothes, then no. I have no issues with that at all.
     
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    It doesn't bother me since I have become used to using the locker room at the gym. Once in a while I can tell someone is staring, but so what. My clothes are on in a minute anyways.
     
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    Me too. But I'm at the gym every single day so I'm used to it. I don't stare, but I see other women getting dressed as well, but usually I'm thinking to myself, ooh I wish I had a pretty bra like that! LOL!
     
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    i don't do open changing rooms.

    i only do public nudity for sexual kicks.
     
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    Yes, I am shy, and a) usually go and pick a bathroom or shower stall to change in so that I'm alone and b) even if I choose to be out in the open to change, I would never notice a stare because I keep my head down and change as quickly as possible. :redface: I've always been modest like that (except when drunk, LOL) and have been jealous of some of my friends who act like it doesn't bother them to change clothes in front of others.
     
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    I have no problem taking my clothes off in front of other people as long as they are over 18.
     
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    Do you have a problem with non-sexual nudity in front of kids than?

    I have no problem changing in family dressing rooms in front of other people's kids. I think I might be a little more aware of turning my back if a mother had a boy over 8 or 9 with her, but I've never encountered that.

    'Cept on the beach.

    I do change at the beach en plain air, taking off a wet swimsuit, having a quick dry and putting on underwear, regardless of who is around. But then this is France - the vast majority here are OK with discrete, functional public nudity. And discretion is really only needed for bare genitals. I don't think twice about changing my top at the beach because at any given time there will probably be one or two other women with bare breasts. Unless it's a crowded beach, in which case it's more like 10 or 20 - I just don't really go to crowded beaches these days.
     
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    Same here
     
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    I am uncomfortable usually. I'm not sure why but I don't like it. I guess it depends on who and where.
     
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    Women never stare at other women when they're changing clothes. It would be rude and weird. I am never self conscious about it, never have been, but it makes other women uncomfortable and I am uncomfortable when I am around uncomfortable people.
     
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    Women have it great in this situation. They never have to worry about rerouting the blood supply.
     
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    totally agree, a little "playful" glancing is one thing, but staring is just creepy
     
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    Not shy here either!
     
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