We support legal designation of clothing optional beaches for California
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We, the undersigned, request that the California State Parks Department exercise it's statutory authority and officially designate portions of the hundreds of miles of beachfront under it's management as clothing optional (c/o). There are thousands of naturists/nudists whose needs are not being served as there is not a single legally designated c/o beach in southern California.
We acknowledge that the general public, for the most part, have an inaccurate perception of naturism and are often uncomfortable with the practice of public nudity. It is not our wish to impose our choices on the entirety of the beachgoing community, so we further request that the Department, perhaps with the assistance of representatives from the naturist community, identify beaches that are good candidates for c/o use. With appropriate planning the needs of both the clothed and the unclothed can be served.
Specifically, we request that the Trail 6 area of San Onofre be restored to it's former c/o status, and the eastern end of Leo Carillo be designated c/o.
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