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mc_justmc 60M  
1703 posts
5/23/2020 8:29 am
Can You Tan Your Hide?


I come from a long line of "tanners". Well, not real long. I know my Mom and Dad were sun worshipers. Beyond that, the only habits that my relatives had that I know of was my great grandmother on my Dad's side was a swinger. When I was young they took me for a visit to her house and my Holy Roller Grandma had to go in first to make sure she wasn't having one of her "parties". My Mom said they went there once and a bunch of half dressed people went running out the back door.

But back to the topic of this post, both my parents were very tan much of my childhood. I've always liked to maintain a nice tan as well. My 1st wife was olive skinned which combined with my genes created a lineage of tanners that carries on to both of my G-girls. In fact, what takes me weeks, they can achieve in one good day on the beach.

Since joining this site, I've only dated one sun worshiper, the rest were "fair skinned, don't go the beach, SPF3000 wearing pasty-ass shade dwellers". Not that I mind, each their own..... there's something beautiful about that alabaster skin, something classic, royal-ish maybe, but put it next a dark tan and it can elicit unwanted comments. I had some sex videos of myself and a woman I met here a few years back, posted my profile. In the comment section a good amount of people wanted know if she was dead. She was that white. Her "whiteness" didn't bother , but between her and my tan, we had issues with getting the "bright" level correct the camera.

In my 9 years this site I've only met one woman with the ability t.o tan, and the rest didn't or wouldn't. I myself love the sizzle and the smell of tanning, it reminds me of bacon. So, my question isn't whether you DO or NOT, but if your skin WILL tan when left out in the sun?


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 8:35 am

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secret_lade 46F
3142 posts
5/23/2020 9:32 am

I try like hell every summer.... Every summer is a red tinged bust. Irish skin.... I freckle, sunburn, and smell like sunscreen, but I spend all of my time off at the beach. I'm envious of those that can tan....


superbjversion2 65F  
19720 posts
5/23/2020 9:40 am

My normal skin tone is fish-belly white. Almost neon white (if there is such a thing) though I don't glow under a blacklight. I burn easily. Eventually though, I will tan. It takes a while but I'm willing to put in the time outdoors....as long as there is a place for me to swim. Sun, I like. Heat, I don't.

I do love seeing the contrast of a good tan against my lighter skin.

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pagancountrygirl 62F
5108 posts
5/23/2020 11:00 am

Ya know that sizzle and smell you mentioned? Nope...that's not bacon. That's me, being out in the sun for about 5 minutes. Irish with pale skin and freckles. And I don't tan. I burn to a crisp in just a few minutes. These days I try to avoid the sun since I've had more than one episode with skin cancer and know there will be more because the damage has already been done. Would just like to avoid adding to the damage and perpetuating the problem

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mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 11:11 am

    Quoting secret_lade:
    I try like hell every summer.... Every summer is a red tinged bust. Irish skin.... I freckle, sunburn, and smell like sunscreen, but I spend all of my time off at the beach. I'm envious of those that can tan....
I gotta give you points for trying. I've asked some women to go to the beach and they say," sure, get me a beach umbrella".


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 11:13 am

    Quoting superbjversion2:
    My normal skin tone is fish-belly white. Almost neon white (if there is such a thing) though I don't glow under a blacklight. I burn easily. Eventually though, I will tan. It takes a while but I'm willing to put in the time outdoors....as long as there is a place for me to swim. Sun, I like. Heat, I don't.

    I do love seeing the contrast of a good tan against my lighter skin.
I hear you on the heat. I'm normally pretty white, and I'll burn my 1st day out in the sun. I've learned if I get my tan gradually in the salon then I won't burn on the beach.


justskin1 68M
11603 posts
5/23/2020 11:33 am

I am someone who likes to get a good tan. Preferably an all over tan but since the nude beach closed and I do not have a nice private bit of outdoors I have to settle for an area that doesn't get tanned. I try to keep that as small as possible.

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mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 12:04 pm

    Quoting justskin1:
    I am someone who likes to get a good tan. Preferably an all over tan but since the nude beach closed and I do not have a nice private bit of outdoors I have to settle for an area that doesn't get tanned. I try to keep that as small as possible.
I hear that. I try to minimize the white part.


CharlesD6996 50M  
142 posts
5/23/2020 12:06 pm

The only tan I get is a farmer's tan. I don't burn, but I don't enjoy laying out to get the rays.

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mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 12:09 pm

    Quoting pagancountrygirl:
    Ya know that sizzle and smell you mentioned? Nope...that's not bacon. That's me, being out in the sun for about 5 minutes. Irish with pale skin and freckles. And I don't tan. I burn to a crisp in just a few minutes. These days I try to avoid the sun since I've had more than one episode with skin cancer and know there will be more because the damage has already been done. Would just like to avoid adding to the damage and perpetuating the problem
I understand your decision to avoid it. If I couldn't tan it wouldn't bother me, but since I can I feel like I should.


smartasswoman 62F  
32814 posts
5/23/2020 12:59 pm

I have been known to sunburn but can tan nicely if I'm careful. Last summer I was a very nice golden brown after three weeks in Greece and Croatia. A couple of hours of very intense sun every day, wearing SPF 50 sunscreen, for three weeks, did the trick.


onelastchan00 50F  
769 posts
5/23/2020 1:21 pm

I tan very easily as u can see...never use sunscreen and never tanning booths either
And going to Florida as much as I do its easy to hang onto that tan year round...

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Paulxx001 63M  
16511 posts
5/23/2020 2:00 pm

I did, when I was younger. I tanned easily. And then over the years I grew to appreciate the shade. Is it an age thing? 🤔
I don't know. I just - ever since I became follicly challenged - decided to save those remaining (functioning) brain cells, from the UV.
I'm down to rationing how many of them I can afford to loose.
Ya know what I mean? 🤔


redrockrascal 61M
21384 posts
5/23/2020 2:35 pm

If I do it right and build up to it I can tan. If not I become "Larry the Lobster" bright red. I find that women's tan line are often interesting to compare.

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lust4life59 61F  
310 posts
5/23/2020 2:46 pm

I tan easily, always have. Was a sunworshipper in my younger years, now? not so much. I'm pretty careful about my face getting too much sun, I've seen the damage done to some women my age that were and continue to be sun worshippers. I do get out on sunny days an hour or two and try to read, or nap. Like you, I've had some partners there were very white compared to my olive skin tones, I kinda liked the contrast. On the down side, they weren't going to be spending a day at the beach or on a boat with me either.


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:00 pm

    Quoting smartasswoman:
    I have been known to sunburn but can tan nicely if I'm careful. Last summer I was a very nice golden brown after three weeks in Greece and Croatia. A couple of hours of very intense sun every day, wearing SPF 50 sunscreen, for three weeks, did the trick.
Wow, a tan with spf 50? That's impressive! That area in the Mediterranean is known for nice tans!


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:02 pm

    Quoting CharlesD6996:
    The only tan I get is a farmer's tan. I don't burn, but I don't enjoy laying out to get the rays.
I do, too. I'm just limited on where I can lay out. Damn neighbors!


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:06 pm

    Quoting onelastchan00:
    I tan very easily as u can see...never use sunscreen and never tanning booths either
    And going to Florida as much as I do its easy to hang onto that tan year round...
I've seen your nice tan lines! I use baby oil, always have, but during the lockdown my salon was closed and it was hard to "thong it" with my neighbors ALWAYS out in their back yards.


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:09 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    I did, when I was younger. I tanned easily. And then over the years I grew to appreciate the shade. Is it an age thing? 🤔
    I don't know. I just - ever since I became follicly challenged - decided to save those remaining (functioning) brain cells, from the UV.
    I'm down to rationing how many of them I can afford to loose.
    Ya know what I mean? 🤔
I'm getting thin in some places, no bald spots, yet. I still like a good tan, I feel like the heat of summer doesn't bother me as much when I'm tanned.


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:13 pm

    Quoting redrockrascal:
    If I do it right and build up to it I can tan. If not I become "Larry the Lobster" bright red. I find that women's tan line are often interesting to compare.
I can "lobster" if I'm not careful. A few years back I went to the salon regularly and then hit the beach for 5 days and cooked hard. The heat didn't bother me and I got so dark I was afraid "they" were gonna ask to see my green card.


mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/23/2020 4:17 pm

    Quoting lust4life59:
    I tan easily, always have. Was a sunworshipper in my younger years, now? not so much. I'm pretty careful about my face getting too much sun, I've seen the damage done to some women my age that were and continue to be sun worshippers. I do get out on sunny days an hour or two and try to read, or nap. Like you, I've had some partners there were very white compared to my olive skin tones, I kinda liked the contrast. On the down side, they weren't going to be spending a day at the beach or on a boat with me either.
I can see your "color" in this sausage pic, that's awesome for someone not really trying. It is hard finding a good beach buddy. When I go I'll spend 10 hrs laying in the sun just watching people walk by every day.


tickles4us 58M
7172 posts
5/24/2020 7:24 am

I do tan as in I generally have a farmers tan but with one exception have never been one for laying out in the sun. That one time was out in Oklahoma after moving there from Vermont. I was home alone and we had a privacy fence around the backyard. So I went out right around noon. I didn't have any sun screen or tanning lotion stuff and having never been one for lying about in the sun wasn't even thinking about it. I took my shorts off and roasted my nuts in the hot July 4th sunshine 🌞. I wasn't out there all that long really but having moved from Vermont the only areas that had any tanning to start with were my arms. So the rest of me was very red when I noticed I was feeling a slight burning stinging sensation when I moved. I had a very bad sun burn and skin peeling off in sheets. That was the only time I have laid out in the sun. I used to always have nice tanned arms, face, neck and legs if I wore shorts but now the medicine I'm taking has lots of warnings about avoiding the sun 🌞 and that even wearing sun block which I'm supposed to wear isn't good enough and to limit my time in the sun. So I guess I'm not going to take up the sun tanning habit now either. But hey Santa never has a sun tan...

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mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/24/2020 9:50 am

    Quoting tickles4us:
    I do tan as in I generally have a farmers tan but with one exception have never been one for laying out in the sun. That one time was out in Oklahoma after moving there from Vermont. I was home alone and we had a privacy fence around the backyard. So I went out right around noon. I didn't have any sun screen or tanning lotion stuff and having never been one for lying about in the sun wasn't even thinking about it. I took my shorts off and roasted my nuts in the hot July 4th sunshine 🌞. I wasn't out there all that long really but having moved from Vermont the only areas that had any tanning to start with were my arms. So the rest of me was very red when I noticed I was feeling a slight burning stinging sensation when I moved. I had a very bad sun burn and skin peeling off in sheets. That was the only time I have laid out in the sun. I used to always have nice tanned arms, face, neck and legs if I wore shorts but now the medicine I'm taking has lots of warnings about avoiding the sun 🌞 and that even wearing sun block which I'm supposed to wear isn't good enough and to limit my time in the sun. So I guess I'm not going to take up the sun tanning habit now either. But hey Santa never has a sun tan...
Damn! That sounds like a bad burn. I got a bad one in Denver one summer mowing my sister's lawn. It was so low humidity it felt cool, but I didn't think about being a bit higher in elevation than I'm used to.


lindoboy100 57M
20947 posts
5/25/2020 4:56 am

I look at a cloudy sky, I go brown. I tan very well, but never sunbathe. I'm fairly brown all year round, from spending so much time outside. If I get too much sun I come out in a rash, prickly heat it's called here, my Dr once told me I was allergic to too much UV. So it's SPF 50 any time I'm out for prolonged periods, even on a cloudy day in winter.

The other issue I have with sunbathing is sitting still, I get bored really easily.......

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mc_justmc 60M  
5865 posts
5/25/2020 1:17 pm

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    I look at a cloudy sky, I go brown. I tan very well, but never sunbathe. I'm fairly brown all year round, from spending so much time outside. If I get too much sun I come out in a rash, prickly heat it's called here, my Dr once told me I was allergic to too much UV. So it's SPF 50 any time I'm out for prolonged periods, even on a cloudy day in winter.

    The other issue I have with sunbathing is sitting still, I get bored really easily.......
I would have thought that kilt would give you substantial sun burn protection. I've had prickly heat, but we call it "swamp ass" here.


author51 57F  
91926 posts
5/27/2020 12:31 am

I am a sun worshiper but use a 60 SPF for my freckled flesh. My Mom was very pale and could not tan up at all.My Dad on the other hand would get really dark.I initially burn, but got more of my Dad's skin tone and can get quite dark in the summer...

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