Problems Pertaining to Nudism And The Cell Phone

Naturism And The Cell Phone – Before this week I blogged about cell phones here and in other places. Why? Because my campground is thinking about developing a new cell phone policy. I must confess that my initial reaction to hearing discussion about this was frustration and irritation because the policies are commonly created due to folks demonizing the cell phone.
In these past few days where discussions about cell phones at naturist resortshas been very prevalent through the nudist world, I ‘m now very, very pleased with my naturist campground for thinking about a cell phone policy. Why, you ask? Because we are one of the first clubs to actually THINK about and discuss the policy. I’m all for thinking! Yay to my camp!!!!!
The discussions this past few days has caused me to think, also. I will share below some of the new ideas that are becoming obvious to me:
Naturism And The Cell Phone
1) This is not entirely an age issue as I originally believed. I am learning that many older adults adore their cell phones just as much as I (and other young folks) do! Yay mature folks!!!
2) It seems that the cell phone and other technology is being blamed for people’s poor conduct. A cell phone doesn’t take pictures by itself thus, instead of contemplating a policy for cell phones (and Nooks and Kindles and all sorts of other things) perhaps it’d be wiser to talk about the picture taking policy and the consequences of not follow ing it. I hadn’t really thought about this, but it actually does make sense.
3) There appears to be an alternative standard for club attendees and service people at the clubs. When the petrol man or the cable guy comes on to the camp’s grounds, folks do not think twice about him or her having a cell phone. But if your member or day visitor has a cell phone, somehow this is a problem. Why are members and day visitors more suspicious than service providers? This is curious to me.
4) One friend pointed out that we can prohibit all cell phones and electronic books and iPads and the list continues on, but, truly, if you are a true bad guy who wants pictures of naked people, all you need to do is drive down to Walmart and buy a pen with a camera and videocamera integrated to it. Pens aren’t prohibited, right? This brings us back to #2.
5) In thinking about the inhabitants at a naturist camp, it is almost amusing that folks are so worried about photos in the first place. Most naturist camps have a high ratio of elderly people (seniors and such) and in addition they have the same high percent of those who are overweight and such. Yes, we are accepting of every body and we love ourselves regardless of what the external world thinks of us, but, well, are unclothed photos of granny and grandpa or those with imperfect bodies (we have no airbrushes here at camp! lol) truly in of a demand? I don’t say this to be impolite, it’s only a thought to consider.
So, no answer has yet been found. But that is acceptable because folks are discussing the topic, thinking about it, and analyzing it. That, my friends, is the beginning of common sense prevailing with this issue. And is not common sense the greatest answer, anyway?
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36 year old naturist from Catskill, NY. Love life, hiking, climbing trees, writing, and helping people. Been a naturist since the age of 28 and discovered it to be a life altering manner of living.