Laws Against Nudist Colonies

Laws Against Nudist Colonies

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Laws Against Nudist Colonies
In most jurisdictions, there are laws against public nudity. However, some jurisdictions allow certain types of nudity. For example, in areas where men are allowed to go topless, changes in some laws have also allowed women to go topless, based on the equal rights argument.
 
 
In most jurisdictions, there are no laws against nudity on private property, unless those individuals can be easily seen from a public area, such as a street. Those that take part in nudity in their homes for example, may be required to stay away from windows that face the street or other homes.
 
 
Nudist colonies are allowed in certain jurisdictions. For example, Florida and New Jersey have nudist colonies or places where nudity is freely allowed. In a nudist colony, individuals take part in their daily activities while taking part in nudity. However, some jurisdictions have laws which prohibit nudist colonies.
 
 
 
 

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