OK, I hate the term nudist colonies. It feels as this was a kind of a sect or secret cult. Then the use of strange seems to mean that this is a kind of a weird places. Any nudist club or resort is neither a sect nor a weird place. It’s a just a place where people live their own lives while enjoying total nudity.
However, the post Strange Rules and Little-Known Etiquette for Nudist Colonies is much better than its title implies. It describes the unknown rules to non naturist that are applied to almost all the nudist resorts in the world, and uses wonderful paintings to introduce each of it. Let’s list the 12 rules described in this post:
- No Lingerie, Underwear, or Suggestive Attire. There’s nothing sexual in naturism. Not naturists do not enjoy sex, they do, like most human beings, but being socially naked does not mean having sex in public.
- You Don’t Have to Be Naked. Well, the newbies are generally given a test period of a day or less to appreciate whether they are ok with social nudity. But once this trial period off, nudity is generally required. Of course, if the temperature is chilly or if you get sunburned, you can wear clothes. Common sense prevails! But a nudist resort is not clothing-optional, it’s nude-required.
- Do Not Feed the Alligators. This is for Florida resorts… Very few resorts have crocodile on their premises.
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 16 November, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 2nd December 2020
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