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Bare Dining with a Healthy Member: Some Tips

A trendy new restaurant opened in Paris recently and while the food is reputed to be quite good, it’s not the cuisine that attracts people – it’s the bareness of the diners. O’Naturel is billed as Paris’ first unclothed restaurant and the opportunity of dining with others similarly unclothed is drawing crowds. Of course, a person can also experience bare dining with friends in the privacy and comfort of home, but in either case, it raises the issue of male organ care ( If a guy is going to be breaking bread in the buff with others, he wants to be sure he’s sporting a healthy member that can be admired either outright or on the sly.

What things should a guy keep in mind when dining unclothed, whether in a public restaurant, at a clothing optional gathering or with one special person at home? The following is a partial list that should be helpful for the beginning bare diner.

• Expect for it to feel awkward initially. Some people, especially those exhibitionistically-inclined, have no problem with shucking their clothes and putting their healthy member and body out there for all to see. Many others, however, will feel hesitant and uncomfortable, especially at first. That’s to be expected, so allow these feelings to be there, acknowledge them and take time; eventually, most people relax after a little time has passed.

• Look but don’t stare. People check others out in restaurants all the time when they’re clothed, even if it’s just a glance to sum them up. The same thing happens in bare dining, and it’s natural to quickly compare sizes or evaluate another body. But it’s impolite to stare or allow the gaze to linger too long.

• Be hygienic. At a public restaurant, there will be rules about changing seat covers between diners, etc. At home or in a casual unclothed gathering, be prepared to bring a towel to sit on. Remember that without a shirt, sweat from the underarms is more likely to cause a problem. So be careful about reaching across the table and letting a few drops fall onto the table, a guest or the food.

• Be careful of spills. Want to keep that healthy member in good health and looking good? Make wise decisions where the menu is concerned. It’s probably best to avoid hot soups or dishes made with hot gravies; a few unintended spills can do damage. (Wearing a napkin will help, of course – but napkins do have a habit of slipping off the lap at inconvenient times.) Flaming desserts? Save them for a clothed dinner.

• Deal with tumescence. When dining with the significant other at home, a tumescent male organ should be no problem; indeed, part of the point of dining alone is to use dinner as a prelude to sensual activity. But tumescence is more problematic when dining unclothed in a public setting. It’s usually best to cover it with a napkin and just wait for it to go down before standing up to go back to the buffet line or journey to the men’s room.

Presenting a healthy member when dining bare (or any time) is easier if a man regularly makes manhood health a priority. Part of his regimen should definitely be the daily application of a high quality male organ health crème ( health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Dry manhood skin can be a definite turn-off, so be sure to locate a crème that has a combination of moisturizing ingredients; a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) plus a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is ideal. A pungent member odor can also be a distraction, so use a crème with vitamin A. The antibacterial properties of vitamin A can attack the root cause of many persistent odors.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websi ...

News Release: Bare Dining with a Healthy Member: Some Tips
Submitted on: February 03, 2018 03:42:30 AM
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