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Nudity doesn't have to be a sexual thing - obviously it can be, but not always.I think being naked is a perfectly normal thing – that has been skewed in media and magazines and in this society of ‘perfect’ skinny models where everyone wants to look like an hourglass.) and my friends’ sex life on an almost daily basis.But having lived in England for the past 3 years I’ve come to realize that this may be one of the reasons people call me ‘crazy’ wherever I travel: This Icelandic open attitude towards sex and nudity.(Which is obviously a great idea because – and I have so much to say on the topic!) ;) This said friend has been to Iceland a couple of times (as well as pretty much everywhere else in the world) and he was amused when he was there with myself and my Icelandic female friend and we had a conversation, in English so that he could understand, detailing our sex-lives.I have noticed that perceptions of sex and nudity in Iceland are a bit odd to some people.
” (along with a photo of people putting mud in their face in the Blue Lagoon).
but somehow the fact that we admit to having one night stands stood out.
I feel like that's the thing that foreign media puts focus on, when it shouldn't be a big deal.
After this Icelandair campaign – and still today from time to time – there will appear some (male) tourists that are convinced that all they need to do to get laid is to show up and buy a pretty girl a drink in a bar. You still need to be smart, attractive, funny, respectful and all those other things that women (and men) are attracted to.
I remember a story from an Icelandic friend of mine that was in London.