Should nudist resorts allow people to take pictures?

Dave The Canuck 2012/07/07 23:13:23
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  • Doug 2013/06/17 18:40:53
    Only with subjects' consent
    Personally I couldn't care less.
  • Naked_Christian 2013/03/04 23:00:24
    Only with subjects' consent
    I also believe you should ask consent when taking pictures of clothed people.
  • Matt 2012/11/22 06:53:56
    Only with subjects' consent
    There are lots of naturists who aren't open to the wide world as being involved, at most camps if someone announces they're taking photo's that will be published rather than private they give people the option to move out of line of sight.
  • Nudistdating1 2012/11/19 08:54:33
  • Steve 2012/08/13 03:36:58
    Only with subjects' consent
    that is an invasion of privacy
  • senvestoj 2012/07/29 03:42:59
    Only with subjects' consent
    It should be up to the resort. If the owners don't want it for whatever reason, that is their right.
  • Memnon 2012/07/19 12:22:44
    Only with subjects' consent
    Not bothered if they take my picture- but I couldn't speak for other's privacy concerns.
  • Eddie_DOMA_is_dead 2012/07/17 21:56:01 (edited)
  • Robbb 2012/07/08 19:53:03
    The same as any where else. I have ended up on TV all over Australia at one stage because I happened to be at a nudist beach near Sydney many years ago. so big deal. I was with my brother at the time and my wife spotted us and our speed boat on the article. If you go to a nudist place then you are mixing with people that don’t care if you see them naked. If you do care don’t go. and if you get of from seeing pictures of me my wife or my kids without clothes on that’s your problem not mine.
  • Gregaj7 2012/07/08 05:40:16
    Only with subjects' consent
    Either way, try and stop them.
  • Pele Emerging 2012/07/08 04:47:09
    Only with subjects' consent
    Pele Emerging
    If people consent to have their pictures, fine, but most of the time, I suspect the people may be nude but don't want their pics plastered all over the internet.
  • Ken 2012/07/08 04:32:51
    Only with subjects' consent
  • Dagon 2012/07/08 04:30:57
  • JanHopkins 2012/07/08 04:28:50
    Mine didn't.
  • dustin.oubre 2012/07/08 03:42:48
    Only with subjects' consent
    I always thought they already do take pictures.
  • Dave Th... dustin.... 2012/07/08 04:05:25
    Dave The Canuck
    At many nudist resorts, cameras, or even cellphones with picture abilities, are banned.
  • lonewolf 2012/07/08 00:50:31
    but they do. i see them all the time
  • Dave The Canuck 2012/07/07 23:18:29 (edited)
    Dave The Canuck
    I can quite easily say my answer is 'no.' Might not be so bad if the subject is an adult and consents, but nudists come to the resort to relax, not be pestered with others going, "May I take your picture?" Nobody can read the photographer's mind and the photographer might have a prurient or other ill interest in the picture. Photographing children at a nudist resort, even innocently nude, is a definite "NO!" I would find it wrong for the parent to even agree to the photographing. The photographer might be a pedophile, who may use the picture for personal lust or even for distribution. Anyone who even asks to take a child's picture should be told to leave the resort.
  • Sister Jean 2012/07/07 23:14:39
    Only with subjects' consent
    Sister Jean

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