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No nudity please; we're Australian

An addendum to the "Is the world going crazy" thread.

Terrigal Surf Club has (separate) male and female change rooms, which are equipped with showers.

Terrigal Surf Club has enacted a 'no nudity' rule for both change rooms.

If a person wants to use the change rooms to get out of his/her street clothes and put on his/her swimming costume, he/she MUST do so with a towel wrapped around his/her body.

If a person wants to take a shower in the change room, he/she MUST wear his/her swimming costume in the shower.

Terrigal Surf Club is reported as saying, " . . . . the club is a family-friendly environment and that nudity is not acceptable as per the Child Safe Policy."



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No nudity, but then they are wearing a thong that is so brief, what is the visible difference.


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The answer is of course "Cubicles" for showering and dressing - One cannot come in wearing wet swimwear to change without resulting in nude bodies.

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A sad reflection on modern society which is not surprising, presumably an economic decision on the part of the club to protect themselves from potential lawsuits should there be any 'incidents' involving, or in the presence of children. As said, individual cubicles would aid the situation.

-- Edited by Cuppa on Saturday 1st of April 2023 10:11:45 AM


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