The nudist event in Stoke-on-Trent on April 13 is being organised by British Naturism to make "social nudity acceptable". Men, women and children of all ages are set to take part in a nude session at a water park in Stoke-on-Trent next month. The event at Festival Park's Waterworld will allow for people to strip off and enjoy the venue's water shoots and slides in nothing but their own skin. The skinny dipping session from 8 to 10pm on April 13 is one of a series being organised by British Naturism, which aims to "make social nudity more acceptable" across the country. Waterworld doesn't advertise as the entire venue is rented out by the group, who take charge of the organising. It will include four mega water slides, a water-themed indoor Adventure Mini Golf attraction and a new M Club spa and fitness facility, including swimming pools. Its Facebook group says it 'exists to unite and support naturists, to protect naturist places and provide more, make social nudity more acceptable across the UK'. Under fives go free.
The dress code just got a major overhaul.
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Two popular water parks in Ontario and Quebec have quietly changed the rules when it comes to what women can wear, or in this case, not wear when on the premises. Instead, visitors are asked to wear appropriate swimwear. Bathers of all genders are required to wear an appropriate swimsuit bottom. The dress code was updated following an out-of-court settlement stemming from a complaint filed with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario in The complaint targeted the city of Cornwall, Ont. The company has since taken to social media to address the issue, where reaction has been mixed. Get a roundup of the most important and intriguing national stories delivered to your inbox every weekday. Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first.
GouldKevin Contact. Two years after a human rights complaint, a chain of water parks in Quebec and Ontario has quietly changed its rules about acceptable swimwear. Groupe Calypso Valcartier altered its regulations earlier this year to allow women to go topless. Calypso and Valcartier's dress code now states, "bathers of all genders are required to wear an appropriate swimsuit bottom. The water parks are not allowing people to wear thongs or transparent clothing and reserve the right to determine what is appropriate.
We would like to spend all our beach time at the nude beach however my wife goes topless only. If I am nude and my wife is topless will "security" allow us both to be at the nude beach? Does security make you completely disrobe before entering the nude beach? I believe so. We were there and snorkelled to the nude beach and had to take our suits off to sit in the chairs. She'll be fine. The nude beach isn't used much.