American Association for Nude Recreation AANR Albany New York Review

I took my girlfriend to a nudist club for the first time and at first it was okay. But then after we took off our clothes we noticed we were being watched. We ignored it, strolled to the hot tub and sat down. We weren’t in there very long before we noticed some of the members walking up the steps to come in. We thought that was a little odd, but we tried to enjoy ourselves. Soon we had the hot tub to ourselves again and we were alone and began kissing. We got out of the hot tub and were about to head to our room when we were confronted by an old man who told us that show of affection should be limited while there. I thought what kind of place is this? I can’t even kiss my own girlfriend? I wasn’t for sure what that meant and I didn’t care about what some old gray haired man thought about us kissing. We then took a walk and I became a little erect, but my girl didn’t mind and that’s all that mattered, but that didn’t mean that one of the other female members didn’t mind. She was older and I guess she didn’t like us showing affection to each other, so she went back inside her cottage. As we made our way toward the lounge and pool area, we were confronted by about 7 people on golf carts who asked us the reason we were there, and questioned us about the hot tub and about my erection. I couldn’t believe this! They insisted that we pack up and find another resort to visit. My girlfreind was in tears and scared to death when they surrounded us on golf carts. Who did they think they were talking to us like that? Telling us what we can and can’t do together? We also witnessed a young man being yelled at for not carrying a towel with him everywhere he went. They physically had that guy removed by the local cops. So I uttered a few expletives and got my clothes on and packed up and left with my girlfriend. When we returned home I called AANR and tried to make a complaint. I spoke to a woman named Nannette. She told me what they did at that club was their business, and some clubs have different rules. She also mentioned that it was not up to AANR to enforce any rules on a club. About a week later we received a letter in the mail saying that our membership to AANR had been cancelled due to misconduct! I got my phone right away and called AANR, and spoke to another rude bastid. He told me that we were added to a “do not admit list”” for sexual misconduct. I explained that I only had an erection. He said well clubs who are affiliated with AANR have to maintain a legal status and at that point I wasn’t legal. Erections are not something that nudist clubs want to take chances with. I uttered a few more expletives to him and told him his service sucked

and so does his association! Stay away from AANR and their nudist clubs and resorts unless you’re celebant

and don’t ever get erect when nude!”

1703 North Main St Suite E. Kissimmee, Florida United States of America

407-838-1709 or 407-933-2

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