Legislator Files Bill To Ban Youth Nudist Camps In Texas
Rep. Bryan Hughes, a Republican from Mineola, has filed a bill that would outlaw nudist youth camps in Texas.
No such camps currently exist in Texas, Hughes said, but a constituent who read a 2003 New York Times article in which a nudist group said it planned to start one here in 2005 asked him to make a pre-emptive strike to prevent that from happening.
Hughes originally filed the bill during the first special session in 2003, but it did not pass.
The bill is not a moral statement against nudity, he said, but rather a measure to protect children against pedophiles who could take advantage of them at such a camp.
This would be bad during the summer, getting a sunburn all over, but at least it'd be evenl.
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02-03-2005, 11:12 PM #1
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02-06-2005, 03:08 AM #2
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Youth Nudist Camps In Texas
Texas needs to be careful with pre-emptives. They can easily backfire. I do agree that youth nudist camps can open up many dangers. Though growing up on the nudist beach in SF I never ran into problems. And yes, the tan is great!
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