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    We the people need to stand up for are 1 amendment right to be nude in public places in a non sexual way that is we should be nude in public like the streets parking lots grocery stores stores in general also in fast food places. An in public schools kids should also have that same freedom as well. So I am asking every one to write a letter to the US supreme court to make nudism legal in the whole USA. An write a letter to the president also to past a bill to make non sexual nudity legal in public places So PLEASE people write those letters now because if you don't people like us suffer & people & kids like me with AUTISM suffer to some of us have sensory problems and can not stand CLOTHES so parents with autistic children please write stand up to the government for your kids. LGBTQ people never GIVE UP they protest to the government an they won it's time we nudist do the same fight for are wrights tell your friends & family to write also. Here are the address to write to SUPREME COURT of the United States One First street NE Washington DC,20002 this one is for to make a law about nudism being legal in the whole USA. The 2nd letter goes to the president telling him to past a bill to make nudism legal in the whole USA so the address to the white house is 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC,20500 an if a nudist is being discriminated against then they shall sue nudism should be under the first amendment by USA LAW. There is a online petition to sign to make public nudism legal so every one please go online to sign it is called www.ipetitions.com/petiton Legalize public nudity/ Thanks K-Dove Lightbulb Posted on Sep. 12, 2022 @ 3:44 AM

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    Sorry to put a damper on your efforts. It is extremely unlikely that the supreme court will act on a petition drive. Of the hundreds of cases that are presented to them each year, they only act on a few. Nudity is not likely to be a priority. The court also does not make laws. They rule on the constitutionality of those laws passed by Congress. The president does not make laws either. So the direction that must be taken is with your Congressional Representative and Senators. If they do pass a law, and someone breaks it, the courts can rule on the case and perhaps get it to the Supreme Court. Better yet, start locally. If your community responds to petitions and places the issue on a ballot during an election, you have a better chance of gaining more freedom.

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    • #3
      How is it a 1st amendment right? Curious?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Noodfellaz View Post
        How is it a 1st amendment right? Curious?
        Courts have determined that nudity in protests are a form of free speech. I have not heard or read of public nudity just for the sake of being nude being considered free speech.

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        • #5

          People have the right to wear what they want to wear in public. Too bad that doesn't extend to wearing nothing.

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          • #6
            Actually, you should write your Congress person. And Bob S. is right.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nudeyooper View Post

              Courts have determined that nudity in protests is a form of free speech. I have not heard or read of public nudity just for the sake of being nude being considered free speech.
              If people were allowed to go naked all the time in public, I wonder how long it would take for people to get used to it

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ranul View Post

                If people were allowed to go naked all the time in public, I wonder how long it would take for people to get used to it
                Well, there would be a prejudicial reaction. yep. But if the Indecency Laws were repealed, and the lawmakers sticked to their guns, then people will get used to the nudity.

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                • #9
                  I wasn't going to comment on this thread, but I was thinking about it today while enjoying a lovely naked hike in the one public area anywhere near me where nudity is allowed.

                  To begin with, all those people telling K dove lightbulb that he doesn't understand American legislative process are, of course, correct. Please K Dove, find a YouTube about Civics or something. Congress makes the laws. The Supreme Court only rules on challenges to them.

                  Next, there is no chance of top-down legislation expanding the rights of the naked in the US for the foreseeable future. None. In case people hadn't been paying attention, the Evangelical Christian viewpoint is ascendant in much of the country and, people trying to make the case for nakedness being blessed in the Bible notwithstanding, Evangelicals are no friends of anything remotely associated with personal freedom, sexuality, etc. (I know, we're social nudists and it's not about sex, but that is how the public sees it, and how some of our fellow nudists see it TBH)

                  Finally, writing from a state where female top-freedom is settled law I can tell you that I have never seen a woman without a shirt outside of intimate personal relationships (in private settings), and full nudist settings. Just because something is legal doesn't mean people feel comfortable doing it. I doubt most of us would go about our daily lives naked in an otherwise textile world if all that had changed was the law.

                  If one really wanted to fantasize about a United States in which nudity was more accepted (or, why not go for broke, completely accepted) the model to pursue is something like marijuana legislation. It's still illegal at the Federal level, but lots of states have accepted the fact that enforcement is an expensive and destructive waste of time, that it's essentially harmless, and that there is money to be made from it in taxes. Now, the first two would also be true about nudity. I'm not sure how states could monetize our walking around without clothes, but if you can think how to it that's probably the way nudity will become legal. And legality is really not what we need so much as acceptance. But there are far more enlightened countries in the world than the US when it comes to such matters and even there, in France say, there is nothing approaching a right to go anywhere naked.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Naked Jones View Post
                    in France say, there is nothing approaching a right to go anywhere naked.
                    According to many articles I've read, not only is it legal to be nude in most of Spain but I've read it is a constitutional right. Of course I've never had the chance to go to Spain nor have I studied their laws but there are many sources that agree with this. That being said, Naked Jones is right that just because something is legal doesn't mean it is practiced or accepted. Still I would love to take a trip to Spain to put it to the test. Accepting all donations for the cause! lol

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bob S. View Post
                      People have the right to wear what they want to wear in public. Too bad that doesn't extend to wearing nothing.
                      That's not entirely true. Wear a shirt with vulgar language to Disneyland, or a nicer restaurant. You're not getting in. You're protected from persecution but don't have the right to go anywhere you want.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by labrat93562 View Post

                        According to many articles I've read, not only is it legal to be nude in most of Spain but I've read it is a constitutional right. Of course I've never had the chance to go to Spain nor have I studied their laws but there are many sources that agree with this. That being said, Naked Jones is right that just because something is legal doesn't mean it is practiced or accepted. Still I would love to take a trip to Spain to put it to the test. Accepting all donations for the cause! lol
                        It would be nice if someone posted a link to prove it not just a link to a message board or a forum

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                        • #13
                          Regarding nudity in Spain, there is no national law specifically against nudity, but there is a law against creating a public disturbance. Some localities have laws specifically against nudity. Barcelona is a notable example.

                          Here is a link about nudity laws in Spain.

                          https://www.nakedwanderings.com/natu...udity_in_Spain

                          Here is an article about the law in Barcelona.

                          https://www.catalannews.com/society-...on-the-streets

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                          • #14

                            "That's not entirely true"

                            Noodfellaz, I said you had a right to wear what you want in public. Theme parks and restaurants are private areas and can have any kind of dress code they want. It's also why nudist parks can have their own dress code. They are a private business and therefore can allow for nudity anywhere they want.

                            Bob S.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mosquito_Bait View Post
                              Regarding nudity in Spain, there is no national law specifically against nudity, but there is a law against creating a public disturbance. Some localities have laws specifically against nudity. Barcelona is a notable example.

                              Here is a link about nudity laws in Spain.

                              https://www.nakedwanderings.com/natu...udity_in_Spain

                              Here is an article about the law in Barcelona.

                              https://www.catalannews.com/society-...on-the-streets
                              Does any country have a national law against nudity or is it just a law against obscenity or creating a public disturbance

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