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What is exhibitionistic disorder and why might people who spend time in nudist colonies/beaches not be classified as nudists?

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Exhibitionism is considered to be a disorder characterized by showing one’s private parts with an intention to sexually motivate others or look for sexual pleasures. People who spend their time in nudist beaches do not have any intention to motivate others sexually or look for sexual pleasures. They just like to be natural and they do it only in the designated places whereas the exhibitionists do it mostly in public places. The difference is in the intention and location.

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