Monday, September 17, 2012

Nude News: San Franciscans can no longer grin and bear public nudity

Naturist George Davis (who is wearing underpants) chats with his friend in the Castro district of San Francisco, where he resides, on September 16, 2011 in California (© Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images)

                    Good Day Humboldt County!

Must be all this nice weather along the north coast because people like going places and getting naked. But people in San Francisco are tired of the nudies making a spectacle of themselves and have reversed a law that allowed them to cruise around au natural.

I can’t say I blame them. It was an odd law, unlike any one in any city that I’ve ever heard of. If people want to run around naked there’s plenty of places to go where it’s legal and discrete. Check out the link below about the nudist convention in Vegas, or the nudist colony seeking members.   

“Call it a different kind of “crack” problem: Public nudity in San Francisco’s Castro is getting old. Supervisor Scott Wiener, who represents the district, has tried to be tolerant.

Last year he drafted the “skid mark law,” which forbids nudists from using any public seating without putting down a towel first. But now locals say the nudists have crossed the line, reportedly engaging in public sex acts, charging tourists money for photos and using genital jewelry or props to draw extra attention to their area downstairs.

Wiener says the nudist problem has become the issue his constituents complain about most often, more than homelessness, and Wiener and the people he represents are sick of locals happy to grin and bare it.” [Source]

Read more:

No shirt, no pants, no problem at Vegas nudist convention

Nudist colony tries youthful tactics to flesh out membership

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