Dress Code for nude events:
For those that prefer a "level playing field" among all attendees. Some feel its easier to get naked when everyone else is.
- For men
nudity is REQUIRED.
- For women topless at minimum is REQUIRED, or all nude should you desire.
- If your gender
falls between, please make the decision on what feels best for you.
- For minors, there is no dress code (outside of city pool requirements,
which requires that children not fully trained MUST wear approved pool
pants or swimming diapers.)
Dress Code for clothing-optional events:
Clothing optional events are to empower people to make the choice on what's best for themselves. We encourage people to join us who appreciate our values and wish to experience a body-positive event from the safety and comfort of their clothes. Partners of members are especially invited to join us. Persons joining us for the wrong reasons will be asked to leave.
While there is no obligation to get naked (or stay naked), new attendees should understand that the majority of participants will likely be naked.
At no time is it appropriate for attendees to comment on the amount of clothing worn (or not worn) by other attendees.
Please be aware that often times one change room is used by all. If this is a concern, be prepared by wearing your swim suit (etc.) under your clothes or plan to change in a stall.
Rules around electronic devices capable of photography remain in effect at clothing-optional events -- even though you may have pockets, your phone (etc) must still be kept out of the event space.
For the nervous:
comfortable being naked around non-sexual partners goes against pretty
much everything our culture teaches us since we were young. It's normal to
feel nervous at first, but please know that will soon pass. Keep in
mind most people truly enjoy their first experience, even if its a bit
difficult to work up the courage initially. Facing and defeating fears
can be a wonderful feeling and accomplishment. Unfortunately, that
can’t be accomplished while living safely inside of your comfort zone.
This group was created for people like you to experience social nudity,
to see the respectful and non-judgmental nature of it, and finally take
the plunge yourself should you choose.