Posted: Mar 25, 2012
|Hello, fellow First Amendment supporters!|
Now that we have enough members to be a serious group, please post an introduction when you get time. Be sure to mention any First Amendment issues that you have, or reasons for being particularly fond of the First Amendment.
Posted: Mar 25, 2012
|I'll go first.|
We are a long-married couple whose kids are just about out the door and we're finding more time to pursue something called FUN. This usually takes the shape of the two of us in our old VW Westfalia camper van, camping usually at adults-only nude resorts.
So I guess that's our first thing: We are of a different brand of nudist than the typical AANR type naturalist, whatever that really is or however that's defined. We have rarely been to AANR places, the main exception being the little Drake's Ridge encampment near the Ohio River in Indiana.
Our preference for adults-only places is because we don't feel comfortable being naked around our own kids, let alone anyone else's. (My wife makes an exception around our own daughters but I don't.)
And we like to party hearty. Wild, naked parties. These are not for children, period. But they can be a lot of fun for adults.
A good example has been the two adults-only FantaSea cruises we've been on so we could pull in to Key West aboard a Carnival ship for Fantasy Fest. We've been to most of the adults-only nude places in the eastern US -- Northhaven Resort in Michigan, Sun Aura in Indiana, Caliente and Paradise Lakes in Florida and especially the Grove in Georgia and Timberline Lodge and Resort in Tennessee. We'd like to go to Hedo sometime.
I know that even listing some of these places may rub some people the wrong way but, hey, it's my opinion and I feel free to express it.
My special connection to the First Amendment is that I've been in the communications industry all of my life -- from print shops and newspapers as a young guy to web development as an older guy.
Posted: Oct 8, 2012
|I'd like to thank this group for allowing me to be a member, and being able to give my voice for freedom.|
I was brought up under great strife, when freedom of speech was still being challenged. Wars were being fought, tension at universities and schools were being questioned, students giving voice to demonstrate, giving voice for their freedom and the world.
My classmates drafted, we were only 18-19yrs of age, going to a war that was not meant to be won.
Sad, I can remember, where I was, what time is was, when students were voicing their fight for freedom, shot killed at Kent State. I remember the anger I felt that hour, and I still feel it to this day.
What I will never forget, I was in elementry school in 1966, hearing the language of the war that was heating up. Then in 1968 and 1969 the government issued Lottery ( Draft Numbers ) like we were winning a prize on a cruise ship. I 1966, Government didn't tell the public the true reasons for going to war then..... Sad that so many young men died. I'm angry over the lack of respect our soldiers received upon their return home....
I support the fist Amendment, also the second Amendment.
I miss the demonstrations, what a loud roar we had. The change that took place then is one of the Freedom Foundations helping us today, Human Right issues, Starvation for the poor world wide, the Great Wall came tumbling Down, Etc., to mention a few.
The Internet is a very powerful tool, giving us the opportunity to contact any of our politicians
concerning infringement upon our Freedoms. But there isn't anything like thousands of nude protester howling their fight for Freedom.
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