Friday, September 24, 2010

Nudists in France's "naked city" on the warpath against "deviants..."

To make a French nudist blush might appear to be a mission impossible. Not at Cap d'Agde, on the Languedoc coast, home to "naked city", Europe's largest nudist holiday colony.

A long-simmering war between two tribes of the unclothed – "traditional" nudists and so-called "libertines" or exponents of free sex – exploded into a public protest at the town's council meeting this week.

Old-fashioned naturists have been complaining for years that Cap d'Agde's once-sedate nudist quarter has been disfigured by an influx of partner-swapping clubs and raunchy hotels. A flurry of arson attacks on sex clubs two years ago was blamed on low-level terrorism by nudist fundamentalists. More...

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1 comment:

  1. Cap d'Agde has been a naturist resort for very many years and although there has probably always been a certain level of sexual activity - just as there is anywhere in the world - it has been discreet, as you would expect it to be. The present problem is caused by some selfish ill-mannered people who wish to shove it in people's faces and thereby spoil the family atmosphere of the resort. All we are saying is consider others and stop spoiling the place for those families that do not want this.

    Imagine the furore if a threesome with loads of S&M gear where to start having sex in your local supermarket! There would be a public outcry and they would be arrested (there are laws against it). It is just as unwelcome at a naturist resort (there are no laws against non-sexual nudity in most European countries).

    No-on wants it in the local supermarket and naturists don't want it in a naturist resort - it is not naturism!