Friday, July 10, 2009

Nude Beach Scene "More Active" Today

That's what the San Francisco Bay Guardian is reporting, but along with that increased nudity is a "jump in warnings for rude or illegal behavior being given by park police and rangers." The article attributes the poor economy as a factor sending more and more people to the beaches instead of taking more expensive vacations. The overall situation is very fluid, with increased law enforcement, the apparent loss of San Onofre Beach as a clothing-optional venue, and the one positive possibility of making Muir Beach exempt from anti-nudity laws. On top of those situations is the California economy, which is basically bankrupt, threatening the closure of 220 state parks and beaches.

Although nude activity is increasing, the push back from law enforcement and government agencies appears to be on the upswing, too.

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