Wiener Proposes San Francisco Nudity Prohibition

San Francisco Nudity Prohibition – Are you aware there’s a U.S. city where you can legally walk around unclothed in public anytime you need? It’s called San Francisco. Of course, do not picture an American variant of Cap D’Agde, but there’s been a little known group of naturists that assemble in a section known as the Castro. They just hang out in http://rudenudist.com and sometimes pose for photos with happy tourists. Besides this little, standard nudie hang-out, the nudity also plays a bigger part in events like the Pride Parade, Folsom Street Fair and Bay to Breakers race with large numbers of naked people.
Despite a couple of naysayers, the public nudity and naturists have become part of the town’s culture. Residents take pride in it as an only-in-San-Francisco matter. Now, however, manager Scott Wiener has proposed a public nudity ban, which will outlaw nudity in city plazas, public transit and on the footpaths. Nevertheless it will remain lawful for festivals and parades.
Wiener is quoted as saying, “While most folks in San Francisco, myself included, haven’t any problem with occasional public nudity, we have seen a shift in public approach because of the over the top position at Jane Warner Plaza and elsewhere in the Castro.” Translation: I am okay with seeing a naked man once in awhile, like when I accidentally catch a glimpse of myself in the mirror, but, not every day! Not 10 of them all at once!
Wiener has additionally cited complaints of people saying there are nude persons strolling previous elementary schools and Girl Scout troops. Yes, well, the children mustn’t learn the truth: that at least half the world has manhood and the remainder have vaginas or something in between. And that they have one of these, and probably will one day see all sorts. So only cover it up and pretend they don’t exist. Besides, kids can only go online, browse some porn and learn about anatomy from there. That’s worked really well for http://nudenudist.com , right? Right??
San Francisco Nudity Prohibition
Alright I am being facetious. But interestingly, there is another problem behind the prohibition that I’ve just seen mentioned in particular articles and not others for some reason: cock rings. It’s not merely the daily “ad hoc nudist colony” that seems to bother Wiener and others, but the fact that a few men are wearing cock rings in public. While some say cock rings are sexual and improper, others assert that these fall into a “grey area.” Yes, they may be used for sexual purposes, but also can be worn merely for ornamentation. (FYI, it is a ring worn around the base of the penis, generally to prolong an erection. Do not seek it in Google images, you might regret it.)
Genital jewelry or piercings may also be a contentious problem in the naturist community. Some nudist clubs and naturist organizations prohibit http://x-public.com . Our doctrine is that an ear piercing can be just like innocent as a genital piercing. Essentially supposing it’s not incredibly obscene or giving sexual pleasure, it’s okay by us. It is part of our philosophy of recognition. As the owner of Goodland Country Club once said to Jordan, “As far as I am concerned, as long as an individual isn’t walking around with a dildo up their bum, they can wear any genital jewelry they need.”
Usually it is family-oriented clubs that forbid genital decorations, because of the existence of children. I think it is easy enough to explain it to a curious youngster. For instance, you’re walking with a child who points and says, “What Is that?”

Parent: “It’s jewelry.”
Child: “Why do they have that?”
Parent: “Because they believe it is pretty.”
The ending.
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This article about the San Francisco Nudity Ban and other Sex Favorable And Body Image Blogs by Felicity Jones as published by – Young Naturists And Naturists America FKK
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