RE:Rules to be a Member

Hi, my name is Angela.Just wanted to call into people's attention something that seems to me is not only unfair, but could be even dangerous to members here.I've notice that some people here keep a completely private profile, where nobody can see any description and/or pictures, yet they can check out any profile they want.If we are True Nudists we don't mind other people looking at our nude pictures, so I don't understand why the Admin of this site allow some people to register as members and keep a completely private profile.This mean those people with a private profile not only can see anybody's profiles, but in order for other to see who this person is they have to wait to be invited to be a friend, and even if so, who is invited to be a friend cannot see who this person is before actually accepting the friends invitation!To me this is not only unfair, but plain dangerous! How do we know who this person is? Cannot be just a shy person because even a shy person can write a basic description in his/her profile and post a nude body picture, even if it is without showing the face. A shy person can give general information without compromising his/her privacy. So there is no need to go into a completely private profile.The only thing I can think of for someone to keep a completely private profile where nobody can see who he/she is, would be to simply stalk on other people! If this is a family oriented site then there are young members here that could be at risk.It is my opinion the Admin of this site should enforce more strict rules to join and keep a profile here. Requirements like having a profile open to public which is at least 50% complete, and at least 4-5 pictures of a nude body.I can understand someone not wanting to show the face to protect his/her private life, but to the extreme of keeping the whole profile private? That is simply allowing all kind of people with obscure intentions to be among us, true nudists.Also, I can understand Admin will not have the time to continually check all the profiles here, but will Admin do anything if we report someone with a completely private profile?Wouldn't you agree there should be more respect for members and simply forbid private profiles? Especially if people hiding behind those private profiles could be who knows who?Even people who have just some private pictures (for friends only) seems to me too much for a true nudists site, yet it is allowed, left alone a completely private profile.Please don't take this as a rant, but a genuine concern for the safety of the members of this site. Hope Admin will consider this situation.By the way, my profile is AwryAngel and is completely open to everyone, including all my pictures. I don't discriminate who can or cannot see.Please express your opinion in this matter.Thank YouAngela Dupre
There is nothing you can do about it. This website allow the option of anonymous profiles and clearly many user prefer to be anonymous, I also disagree w with that but it is not possible to change it.

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Hi Angela, further to ur rant, I just found out today that a Certified member of 5 years charges money for a true nudist to see her body in a live sex video on Hangouts. Her post does not have a single nude photo but somehow has slipped through Admins fingers. Such illegal activity can only result in negative publicity. Tax avoidance is probably encountered too.
I have fingered 2 other of my friends as being highly suspicious. I agree with ur rant that there should be an admissions policy that requires a strict set of poses, in the nude.

Cheers, Dave Field

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some of our pictures are for friends only and certified and we wont change that for sure.

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I think *having* to have multiple nude pictures is basically nonsense as this community is meant for socialization, and not for staring at another person's body. Its my right to share the imagery I want to share. I'm not a huge fan of private profiles either, but I think having a blank profile is just as bad. Still though it is the people's own right how they want to present themselves in this community, as it is my right to ignore said people if their profiles bother me.

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I think *having* to have multiple nude pictures is basically nonsense as this community is meant for socialization, and not for staring at another person's body. Its my right to share the imagery I want to share. I'm not a huge fan of private profiles either, but I think having a blank profile is just as bad. Still though it is the people's own right how they want to present themselves in this community, as it is my right to ignore said people if their profiles bother me.

Good point

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What no one seems to grasp here is what real nudism is all about. Real nudists know what the human body looks like. They are not hung up on photos or images and are much more interested in being social, speaking with others, and getting to know others for who they are. How many people here actually do this whether in the forums of in chat? Just a handful and everyone who contributes can very quickly figure out who the 'real' nudists are.

If someone wants to know about real nudism, then contribute and speak with others who share the same philosophy. Nude photos are a dime a dozen on line and so if this is someone's interest, then there are plenty of other places to find what they seek.

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What no one seems to grasp here is what real nudism is all about. Real nudists know what the human body looks like. They are not hung up on photos or images and are much more interested in being social, speaking with others, and getting to know others for who they are. How many people here actually do this whether in the forums of in chat? Just a handful and everyone who contributes can very quickly figure out who the 'real' nudists are.

Sadly there are people here who want to convince the world and everyone that it is just the opposite of everything you say. Thats for sharing your perspective.

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What no one seems to grasp here is what real nudism is all about. Real nudists know what the human body looks like. They are not hung up on photos or images and are much more interested in being social, speaking with others, and getting to know others for who they are. How many people here actually do this whether in the forums of in chat? Just a handful and everyone who contributes can very quickly figure out who the 'real' nudists are.If someone wants to know about real nudism, then contribute and speak with others who share the same philosophy. Nude photos are a dime a dozen on line and so if this is someone's interest, then there are plenty of other places to find what they seek.

Very true, Ive attempted to instruct some of the more confused members on here, sadly they act like children and dont want to listen to whats true and prefer their own fantasy.

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I also agree private profiles should not exist. If a person does not want to show face I think we must respect that decision but at least the person should have a public profile of course. Normally I refuse most of private profiles so at some. Point those people might want to change to public after experience rejection of most people.

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