RE:G STRINGS

While the California Department of Parks and Recreation DOES ban nudity on their state beaches, there are also various local jurisdictional rules, and informal understandings. For example, the beaches in Santa Cruz, Capitola and Aptos certainly ban nudity, but go up Highway 1 to Davenport and you see nudists about.

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RE:G STRINGS

I need a new G string for my guitar.

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I need a new G string for my guitar.

Is it a twelve-string, and the high G breaking? Those suckers break all the time.

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I think it is a question of the framing. G string means porn culture, naked means nudist culture, different cultures, different manners and behaviour.

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I think it is a question of the framing. G string means porn culture, naked means nudist culture, different cultures, different manners and behaviour.

For some, yes, but others wear g strings because they want maximum exposure without displaying their sexual organs,

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And Davenport has a very nice restaurant right across the highway from the beach.While the California Department of Parks and Recreation DOES ban nudity on their state beaches, there are also various local jurisdictional rules, and informal understandings. For example, the beaches in Santa Cruz, Capitola and Aptos certainly ban nudity, but go up Highway 1 to Davenport and you see nudists about.

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Cahill wrote his memo in 1979.

A lot of people believe that California is nudist friendly due to our reputation of being a liberal state and our generally good weather.However, nothing could be further from the truth.I believe it was in the early 90's that California passed a law banning nudity on all state land.Russ Cahill, the director of the California Department of Parks and Recreation at the time, put in the policy that any area that had a history of nude use that nudists would only be sited if there was a complaint and they refused to cover up. This became known as the Cahill policy.Unfortunately future directors have decided to ignore that policy so officially there are no state lands where nudity is allowed. That is not to say that nudity is no longer occurring on state land it is just that at any time without warning that could be stopped.

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