Member and Guest Behavior at SCNA Events

It is an objective of SCNA to create a safe and friendly environment where members and their guests can enjoy each other’s company based on mutual respect. Consideration for others, common sense, and a few simple guidelines will help everyone create and sustain the special atmosphere that characterizes our gatherings.

The open, relaxed and inclusive nature of our gatherings is only possible because of the dedication of every member of SCNA to preserve it. We all have an obligation to watch out for one another and to assure everyone’s safety and comfort.

SCNA Behavior Policy

  1. Members are responsible for the behavior of their guests.If you invite someone to a SCNA function, please make certain that whomever you bring knows and agrees with our guidelines.
  2. Parentsare responsible for the behavior of their children at SCNA events.
  3. With regard to both guests and children, members are expected to be presentwith those they invite.
  4. Simple courtesies mean a lot. It is a universal practice of naturists to always use a towelto sit on when nude, whether it be at a private residence or a commercial facility.
  5. Noise making devicesof infinite variety abound in our culture. Enumerating them all would be impossible. They range from cell phones to boom boxes to electronic games which emit squeaks. Please leave them at home or silence them.
  6. Smokingrules will depend upon the facility. Smoking is generally not permitted indoors and may not be permitted outdoors either depending on the wishes of the host. If smoking is permitted, please be considerate with your second- hand smoke.
  7. The presence of camerasis unsettling to some because of their profession or other reason, and do not wish to have their photograph taken. At most events cameras are inappropriate unless photography is permitted at a specific event or in a specific area. Since most digital devices such as cell phones and computer tablets now have cameras, we ask that members and guests limit their use at SCNA events. If they desire or need to use them, we require that the camera lens be obscured with a sticker provided upon check-in at each event. When photographs are permitted they must have explicit permission from everyone who is visible in the picture. In an effort to safeguard everyone, young and old, photographs of children are not permitted to be taken at any SCNA events. All persons attending their first SCNA event will be asked to sign a photo release in case their image is photographed at the event. (You can say no!)
  8. Please respect the personal space of all individuals. It is everyone’s right to be free of unwanted attention. No means no!If you ever encounter someone who does not respect your wishes, talk to the person(s) in charge immediately.
  9. Our gatherings are distinguished from those of some other naturist groups by our openness towards natural expressions of affection.Where events are held at facilities that permit it, you will find a wide range of wholesome sensual expression from hand holding to hugging and massage. In consideration of the sensitivities of others, open sexual activity is not appropriate.
  10. Please do not bring firearms, illegal drugs or pets!
  11. Clothing is optional; nudity is never required. It is inappropriate to commenton anyone’s choice of being dressed or not.

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