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Category: Dating Nude VH1, Naturist Blog, Social Nudity BlogsThe Report of AANR and Lupin Lodge Clothing Optional Resort
AANR Removes Lupin From Its Network of Naturist Clubs – The question is – WHY?!?!?
As some might know, FKK has been on the receiving end of many malicious and unsubstantiated allegations previously. It has taught me NOT to consider everything I hear and to take with a grain of salt what other individuals (even organizations) claim. When it came to dilemma of Lupin Lodge’s AANR charter being revoked, I had to try and discover out for myself what really happened.
For those of you who follow news in the nudist world, the name Lupin Lodge might activate some powerful feelings and opinions.
For the benefit of those who’ve not followed the chain of events that lead to Lupin Lodge’s AANR charter being revoked, I will try and do my best to explain what happened in the most clear-cut manner. I took extra time to attempt to verify the advice and I would like to thank all those who have been so gracious with their time and willingness to answer my never ending barrage of questions.

For those who are unfamiliar with Lupin, they have a TON of land. They’re very accepting of individuals and host occasions by a variety of groups (such as Burning Man and the now notorious Fox Hunt group).
During May 6 through May 8 of 2010, a fetish group that puts on Human Fox Hunts reserved Lupin Lodge as their place. This is the first of two such occasions.
On Feb 9th of 2011, a website post surfaced (“What Is actually happening at http://modestperson.com/views/i-also-had-a-few-naked-experiences-while-i-was-growing-up.php ). The fallout from that occasion, and subsequent blog post, triggered a chain of events that ultimately resulted in Lupin Lodge’s removal from AANR (the AANR stands for American Association for nude Recreation).
Why Did AANR Remove Lupin Lodge
Last month, Felicity and I decided to see Lupin Lodge to speak with the owners directly. We also talked with people from AANR, TNS, members of Lupin, bloggers and other folks who were willing to help us sort through and make sense of exactly what occurred.
We learned that Glyn (the owner) has twin 12 year old girls who live on the property. When asked about any overt sexual activities being carried out in the open, Glyn turned serious and with a clean look on his face said: I have 2 teen girls who reside here. Can you think I’d subject them to anything like http://modestperson.com/views/we-are-interested-in-joining-a-local-nudist-resort.php ? I must say that I was taken aback by his response and by the earnestness with which he said it.
I should also note here that the owners assert that the event took place far away. They said it was done without many of the members even knowing, which is quite possible and probable.
Within an effort to understand what happened, I have been corresponding with Cindy Gregory, the resident staff member at Lupin. She has been extremely gracious and answered each and every question I ‘d (and there were many). She was also kind enough to send me the letter she wrote, which Glyn read to the AANR board in 2011 (prior to the board’s decision to remove Lupin from AANR’s network). The letter can be read in its entirety here: Cindy Gregory’s Letter To The American Association For Nude Recreation.
Additionally , I reached out to a journalist Tracy Clark-Flory – who attended the occasion and later printed articles about it on Salon.com. I wanted to get the inside scoop from someone who was there and really saw the events that transpired (please note that in her article she never actually mentioned Lupin, therefore I asked her flat out where it took place).
Here is my Q&A:
Q. Did the event you wrote about take place at Lupin Lodge?
A. Indeed, it was at Lupin Lodge.
Q. Did you see any overt sexual activity that took place out in the open?
A. I used ton’t witness any sexual acts.
Q. How did you hear about the event?
A. I can not recall how I heard about the event, but I was encouraged after getting in touch with one of the organizers.
Q. Were the participants walking around in full view of the Lupin members, while dressed in their costumes?
A. I am not sure whether people were walking around in their costumes in front of children.
Q. Do you believe that it is inappropriate exposing children to such costumes & would you say that it might be deemed as extreme?
A. I don’t have any specific opinion on whether or not it’d appropriate for kids to see such costumes – I leave that up to individual parents. But it definitely was not anything more extreme than costumes you’d see at the Folsom Street Fair [a huge San Francisco leather occasion], which allows kids.
Q. Did the event participants and Lupin members interact with each other during or after the occasion?
A. I used ton’t see any interaction between the participants and the club members.