As I have told you I studied nudists as part of an ethnography class at the university of Oregon in 1986.
And as I may have told you there are rules and expectations.
For instance, if you visit a nudist camp they expect you, even ask you to bring a towel. The purpose of the towel is to dry yourself off after a swim or shower, of course. But it is also for you to sit on. Please don’t sit without a towel for sanitary reasons.
Another rule is about cameras. Some places don’t allow cameras or have appointed their own people as official club photographers. Otherwise protocol calls for you to ask permission before shooting. This probably changed some since 1986 due to the prevalence of cell phone cameras, but the feeling is the same, don’t just go around shooting without permission.
Both of the clubs I belonged to…
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