Our Naturist way
Naturism is just about living life in sync with nature and, you know, enjoying the freedom of being nude together with others, all in the spirit of boosting self-respect, respect for one another, and our beautiful planet. You can read more about it on www.inf-fni.org. This is basically what sets the tone for our house rules.
So, since many folks out there don’t quite get that naturism is all about innocence and wholesomeness, and they sort of misunderstand our vibe, it’s kind of important to have some ground rules, you know, to spell out what’s cool and what’s not.
First things first, always strip down and embrace our true selves, baby! SPF50+ tan lotion is the only thing you should be wearing.
Here’s what’s not cool with us:
No being crude or offensive with your language.
Always keep it real. Be KIND.
No Body-shaming, racism, sexism, or homophobia will be tolerated!
Don’t be sharing anything saucy or erotic. No sexual materials or connotations!
And definitely, don’t stir up drama or trouble. We hate drama!
Oh, and obviously, don’t do, or have anything that’s against the law. Obey additional venue and/or event rules.
We’re all for people having a good time, but let’s keep it PG, okay? This is a family-friendly place. No getting overly frisky or doing anything that’s too steamy. Some hip-swaying is fine, but no pole-dancing, you catch our drift?
Don’t snap pics or vids of anyone without getting a green light from every single person in the shot. And don’t try to twist anyone’s arm about it, alright? People have the right to their privacy, and that means choosing whether they want to be in a pic or not. And everyone in the footage has to give it a thumbs-up right after it’s taken. We have a footage policy if we need photos for marketing, there are different options to choose from to respect your privacy, which is part of an event registration.
And hey, don’t stare! Keep eye contact when talking to someone, whether you’re dressed or not. Staring is just plain rude.
Always tote a towel and use it when you’re chilling on someone else’s furniture. It’s just good manners and keeps things hygienic, you know?
We’re all about creating a chill atmosphere where everyone gets along. So, no arguments or fights, and please leave any bad vibes at home. No getting rowdy or shouting. Show some respect for everyone, even if they’re getting on your nerves. If you’ve got a beef with someone, keep it on the down-low so you don’t harsh anyone else’s vibe.
If you brought a buddy or a partner with you, you’re in charge of them. Make sure they’re in the know about our code of conduct beforehand. And if they can’t play by the rules, it might be time to give them the boot in a grown-up, smooth way.
Just be your naked self. Respect us naturists at our naked events, by getting naked yourself. Please don’t wear swimsuits, bikinis, underwear, or shorts. Wear a robe, jacket, gown, or poncho if it gets chilly. No one will request or make you do it; it’s simply a matter of common sense.
Hey, fellas, if things start getting a little rowdy downstairs, you catch our drift, just play it cool. Excuse yourself, take a dip in the pool, hop in a hot tub, or even change position, until things calm down. We get it, guys, erections are just a natural part of being a man, but please keep it hidden and don’t make a big deal out of it.
Leave only your footprints behind. Don’t trash the place. Actually, if you see some litter, pick it up and toss it yourself. Parents, you’re in charge of your kids on this front too. We’re all about leaving no trace, so bring a bag for your garbage next time you hit a naturist spot.
Always keep your comments and remarks positive
Kids (and pets) are cool, and we get that they need to blow off steam. But make sure they’ve got some grown-up supervision so they don’t bother others.
Leave your binoculars at home; they’re not really our style here.
Don’t go naked where it’s not allowed; that’s just asking for trouble. Exhibitionism isn’t our style
We’re all about peace and quiet at naturist resorts and friendly beaches. So, if you’re gonna crank the tunes, do it with headphones, and if someone asks you to turn it down, be cool and do it. We do have organized parties, then we go wild.
Respect other people’s stuff. It’s just common courtesy.
Privacy is a big deal. Some folks are here for some chill time, you know? If someone looks like they want to be left alone, just go with the flow. It’s not wrong to make new pals but don’t be a party crasher.
Come prepared, folks. Bring your own supplies – drinks, snacks, sunscreen, towels, or whatever floats your boat. Begging isn’t really the way to make friends.
It’s up to you to take care of your own safety. The event organizers do their best to make sure everyone stays safe and gets along. If you’re a single guy, we depend on you to be helpful, a good neighbor and watch-out for everyone’s safety. Just remember, everyone comes to our events at their own risk, and neither KZNNA nor the organizers will be held responsible for any loss of property, injuries, accidents, or unfortunate events that might happen. We are all in this together.
GET INVOLVED! Stand up for our vibe. If someone’s not getting it and starts causing a ruckus, don’t let it simmer. Just have a friendly chat and let them know the deal, whether it’s a single guy who doesn’t want to leave a female alone (and the other way around), a couple getting too cozy or someone getting a bit too spicy with their language. Try to resolve it first, then escalate, the incidents to our management committee (MANCO).
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Provincial Naturist Associations