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scrunner77
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Posted - 11/22/2008 :  09:29:03 AM  Show Profile  Send scrunner77 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
are there any "rules" of being a nudist? what is the ettiquette for a guy? and for the USA nudists, whre are some camps or beaches where i can be aruond other nudists and not worry about being bothered by any textiles or pervs?

Travis

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naturistontheinside
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Posted - 11/22/2008 :  3:08:58 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good manners and a smile will go a long ways. Just be a civilized human and you'll do fine. Sit on a towel and don't gawk.

http://www.aanr.com/regions_clubs_regions.html is a good place to start looking for a place to go but it will really depend on what kind of place you are looking for. Adult or family environments. The link above will have family type places listed.

Life is a Highway even if your only hitch hiking



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Teva
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Posted - 11/23/2008 :  2:19:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by scrunner77

are there any "rules" of being a nudist? what is the ettiquette for a guy? and for the USA nudists, whre are some camps or beaches where i can be aruond other nudists and not worry about being bothered by any textiles or pervs?

Travis


Travis, The rules are simple: Don't do or say any thing you've got to apologize for and always sit on your own table.
You can go to www.aanr.com and click on the red link to the listing of the states and possibly find others at www.naturistsociety.com and click on Network.
Teva



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Calbob
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Posted - 11/23/2008 :  7:02:39 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
[[/quote]
Travis, The rules are simple: Don't do or say any thing you've got to apologize for and always sit on your own table.
Teva
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And if you don't have your own table, a towel will do!




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HannahB
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Posted - 11/24/2008 :  06:33:16 AM  Show Profile  Visit HannahB's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by scrunner77

are there any "rules" of being a nudist?



I'm stll waiting to hear what the ettiquette is for girl, lol

I am 28, love being nude (just wearing sox and a smile right now), but I still havn't gone to a nude beach or anything. I have a few friend that go skinny dipping and stuff, trying to talk one of them into going some day. For now it's just butt nekkid around the house mostly.

This seems like a great group of people, I love getting in on the chats :)

Hannah



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jerseysomething
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Posted - 11/24/2008 :  09:08:36 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good morning Hannah...

At a certain level, I think the etiquette is the same for males and females, in the sense that you should respect the privacy and dignity of others. Just because a person is not wearing clothes doesn't mean they aren't entitled to a certain level of privacy, and respect for their "personal space".

In a public setting such as a beach, for example, I think males have more of a tendency to approach females to talk with them. There is nothing wrong with this unless such an "advance" is unwelcome and the person fails to move on.


Honeysuckle commented about good manners in a recent post in another thread. Much of proper etiquette probably boils down to just that... good manners.





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HannahB
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Posted - 11/24/2008 :  10:46:08 AM  Show Profile  Visit HannahB's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jerseysomething

Good morning Hannah...

At a certain level, I think the etiquette is the same for males and females, in the sense that you should respect the privacy and dignity of others. Just because a person is not wearing clothes doesn't mean they aren't entitled to a certain level of privacy, and respect for their "personal space".

In a public setting such as a beach, for example, I think males have more of a tendency to approach females to talk with them. There is nothing wrong with this unless such an "advance" is unwelcome and the person fails to move on.


Honeysuckle commented about good manners in a recent post in another thread. Much of proper etiquette probably boils down to just that... good manners.






Thanks jersey, I was somewhat joking - just noting that all the talk seems to be about getting the Men to behave. Of course thats how it is in the "clothed" world too, so I guess that shouldnt be a suprise, lol

I always try to be on my best behavior - I am all about Love :)

Peace and Hugs

Hannah



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free2tannude
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Posted - 07/29/2012 :  11:43:58 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
How far is Far Away? I would say that looking from 100' away would be more like an 'overview' if it was a group of nudists.




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