Posted on Feb 6, 2012
Nudism Question - How do Naturists & Nudists stand on drug use?
Depends on the person. As for me, well, I think drug use is pretty darned stupid. But others’ opinions may vary.
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It’s not a political party, so there is no “stand” aside from following the law like all people should do.
The thing about naturism is that it is a lifestyle choice and freedom as well as a recreational attraction. For one person, or even a slight majority, to add dos and don’t to this freedom contradicts the overall fundamentals of naturism which is for “YOU to be comfortable in YOUR own skin”. Not one person can say what you can and can’t do otherwise, well…except the government which can always be changed through the majority opinion in years of political debates. As far as naturism goes, it is about body acceptance and has no political agenda of its own.
I am not saying I am for drugs nor am I saying I am against all drugs, including legal over the counter drugs which doctors feed to anyone who makes an appointment. What I would like to emphasize is that this is more of an opinionated question rather than a golden rule placed within the principles of naturism.
What I would like to recommend is that when you are out in public you be certain you respect the laws that are in place whether they pertain to drug use or where you experience naturism; if not, there may be consequences. The two have nothing to do with each other.
The last organized local group that I belonged to, Utah Naturists, Inc., had an explicit rule against illegal drug use during group events. Think you’d have to call that just common sense.
Sorry,no sir,unh-unh.Naturism is all about living life naked and enjoying the lifestyle in a naturally positive way.There’s defiantly no place for drugs here.If it’s illegal to have it in a workplace or in public,then it’s defiantly not welcome here.Say NO to drugs and say YES to naturism.
Naturists as individuals are free to take whatever stand they want to on it. Clubs are against it because of liability issues and they have the enjoyment of other guests to consider. And to preserve any respect they may have with the community and of law enforcement in their area.
I’m a conservative with libertarian tendencies. Even so, the concept of free will goes out the window when you’re talking about substances which rob people of rational thought and enslave them into being physically and mentally dependent on them.
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