Gertrud ( 2 years ago )
In CA, if you have made a reasonable atpmett at privacy, like a six foot fence around your back yard, you're good to go. Italian Cypress is a great barrier to maintain privacy, and grows tall enough to block the view of even two-story homes that might be your neighbor. Perhaps a trellis of creeping vine along the fence will also keep little Johnny next door from peeking through the gaps in the fence.Local laws prevail of course. But in most states (except Arkansas where any form of nudism is illegal) a reasonable atpmett at privacy wins out. If some neighbor complains, ask them why they're invading your privacy? -3Was this answer helpful?
Elizangela ( 2 years ago )
it wonderfully, as did also those who weehigd in on similar experiences both males and females, both unmarried and married singles (those spouses are totally not interested in the nudist experience as is mine). Last month I started to write a letter to the editor of AANR's The Bulletin on this topic but now I can share a portion of what I was going to submit.I am new to nudism and my first experience was last September in Canada. While I was there they told me of a few clubs in my area which I e-mailed when I returned to the States. Both are within an hour’s drive from my house. I wanted to visit for the day but since I told them that I was single, and that my wife was not interested, both said no' except for their Open House days which they hold but once a year or that I should be accompanied by a female. (So a married person whose spouse has no problem with their going to a nudist club is not welcomed but one who shows up with a someone of the opposite sex whom they may or may not know, that is OK? Something is wrong here.) I would think that being an AANR member should carry privileges which permit at least visits if not membership to clubs. If one steps out of line then their membership to both the club and to the AANR could be forever revoked. So either you come as a couple, a family or as an AANR card carrying member. However, neither club even bothered asking if I were an AANR member before denying my visit request. One club, which is a 4-hour drive from my house and knew that I was an AANR member and that I would be visiting alone, did allow me to visit and rent a room for the night. However, as soon as they learned that I was married, they informed me that either I bring my wife on my next visit or my grounds fee would be that of a couple and not a single. My question to the AANR is this, if the AANR’s mission is to educate the public that nude recreation is healthy and a wholesome environment (which is exactly what we all expect) and to dispel the believe that these clubs are swing clubs where people just get naked and have sex, then why do clubs think that singles only want to visit or join their clubs for anything other than what the AANR stands for? The AANR needs to educate the clubs regarding single males and females before it can educate the general public. If the AANR cannot dispel this belief held by their clubs, then how can the AANR expect the general public to believe their message? And if they cannot dispel this erroneous belief then the AANR needs to revise its “Bill of Rights” where Point #6 states that one should be able to practice nudism “…free from considerations of age, gender, marital status, ….” Perhaps both “gender” and “marital status” need to be removed and the word “Nudist” should be replaced with “Nudist couples and Nudist Families”. For myself, being a nudist whose wife is not interested at all in being a nudist or even going to a clothing option club,I do not feel my rights are being protected by the AANR. But at the same time I would like to thank those clubs, of which I know a couple, which do accept singles. It would be nice to hear from the candidates in the upcoming 2012 AANR elections and hear their viewpoint of “singles” at AANR clubs and how they will uphold the Nudist Bill of Rights .
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