I had a lot of questions, concerns, and just general curiosities. I recently wrote about my Temptation experience in the Toronto Sun. However, I thought it would be useful to put together a post that answers FAQs. Turns out, I had nothing to worry about. Going topless is completely optional. Some people are topless, others are not.
I will start off by saying that this resort was very clean. No matter what time of day, you always see people cleaning everything. The atmosphere at the resort is NOT trendy but instead trashy. I have seen numerous nude guests. The staff is friendly enough until you tell them you do not want to buy a time share. She even went so far as putting numerous signs on our door telling us to meet with her. Modesty is not a thing whether it be clothing or conversation.
Temptation Island is a lot of fun. Picture: Temptation Island Source:Facebook. Would we be met by a beach of writhing bodies? Do nudists prefer you to keep eye contact or is it polite to greet each other with an ogle?
The hours blend into what could only be described as a never-ending Saturday; an endless bacchanal of food, drink, and mostly respectful sexual titillation that leaves everyone staying at this hormone-charged summer camp bordering on frenzy. There are no strangers here, either. There are taut, oiled bodies being flexed, to be sure, but anyone standing on the deck overlooking the water would bear witness to a sea of flesh in every size, age, and shape; a thronging mass united in its pursuit of squeezing every last drop of ecstasy from an idle afternoon.