Key West Women bare it all…well, sort of

July 10, 2010 by FKFB  
Filed under Key West, Law & Politics, Nude News

The Fourth of July held special significance for Tracy Leigh and a group of like-minded women who observed Independence Day by marching topless down Duval Street in Key West to call attention to what they say is a constitutional issue.

Leigh and others, some affiliated with the National Organization for Women, want to be able to go without a shirt anywhere men can; in Florida, a woman going topless in public, with the exception of while breastfeeding, is considered exposure of a sexual organ, a misdemeanor.

Prior to Sunday’s march, City Manager Jim Scholl met with Leigh and her husband Alan in a staging area just off Duval. He left before the march started, but Leigh said he relayed that police would first ask for compliance, then read the applicable law and issue a notice to appear in court if it came to that.

Leigh said she was prepared to be arrested and, in fact, wanted to get the issue to court.

“I would rather just the city repeal the nudity ordinance that they already have,” she said. That law requires women to cover their nipples with anything ranging from pasties to body paint, a la the yearly ribald Fantasy Fest celebration.

“If they will not repeal the nudity ordinance, which is discriminatory against women, which penalizes us, the only way you can do it is through civil disobedience. If that’s the way it has to be, that’s the way it has to be.”

That said, Leigh and the majority of the roughly 20 women participating had their nipples covered most of the time. Her red, white and blue star-shaped pasties eventually came off in the 1100 block of Duval Street, far from the crowded tourist district on the Gulf end of the street.

Key Wester Shawna Lacy Wynd, a mother of two, had her breasts exposed and was warned by police twice of the law and possibility of impending arrest.

“The last one read me the law, so I guess I’m going to cover up,” she told the Keynoter near Eaton Street, where an agitated middle-aged man began yelling: “You ought to think of people’s children.” “Boobies feed babies,” Wynd shot back.

Reactions from onlookers ranged from parents steering their young children to the other side of the street, to apathy. One man on a scooter, speaking more of the demonstrators than their cause, noted, “What a bunch of derelicts.”

Shahdaroba Rodd, a male participant wearing what can only be described as a tie-dyed G-string loin-cloth, detracted from the political message of the march, declaring that he just wanted to see breasts.

There was also the seal of approval from the Southernmost City’s resident homeless population. “Oh my God. Did you see that?” one homeless asked another on the steps of CVS while cracking open a high-gravity canned beer. “Am I blind? Course I saw,” his cohort replied.

Another topless march is planned in Key West for Aug. 22. That’s happening in concert with the national group, which, through loose affiliation with local groups, is planning demonstrations nationwide. The date marks the 90th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which extended the right to vote to American women.

This article was originally posted in the KeyNoter- Wednesday, July 07, 2010 11:00 AM EDT


Key West Beach Update

April 18, 2010 by FKFB  
Filed under Nude News

Efforts to obtain a designated clothing-optional naturist family in Key West continues.

Members of the Key West Free Beaches/Florida Keys Free Beaches, in cooperation with South Florida Free Beaches attended a public Work Shop on March 30, 2010 held at the old Key West City Hall by the Key West City Commission.

Because of the election last Fall, the city commission has two new commissioners, plus a new mayor. This was the first public hearing since that election.

Those who opposed the designated beach attended and spoke. They represented about 40% of those in attendance.

A review of that public workshop will reveal the untruths, misrepresentations and out right lies spoken in opposition to a designated beach. Copies in DVD format are available from the City Clerk of the City of Key West. Phone: 1-305-809-3881.

Several supporters spoke in favor of the designated beach. Letters from officials of both Miami-Dade County and the City of Sunny Isles Beach in support of a designated beach and outlining the benefits incurred  from Haulover Beach were submitted to the city commissioners by Shirley Mason of B.E.A.C.H.E.S Foundation. Also speaking and representing South Florida Free Beaches was Richard Mason.

There was no vote to be taken, but, it became apparent to us that three of the city commissioners were outwardly opposed to a designated beach.

The city commission claims it has over 60 letters in support of a designated beach. They pointed out that most of those were from out of town non residents. It became apparent that if we are to succeed, more residents of Key West will need to write to the city commissioners and mayor.

Also, the lack of members of the business community, who will be recipients of the benefits of increased tourism were absent from the workshop.

The results of the public work shop was that the city commission has asked the city manager to seek another site for the proposed beach.

KWFB/FKFB, SFFB/FNA and B.E.A.C.H.E.S Foundation officers have previously searched the island of Key West and reviewd all the beach locations and the results of that search was that the East end of Smathers Beach is the best location.

It now is apparent that Key West is a more complex city than we previously thought.

South Florida Free Beaches will continue to assist the naturists in the Florida Keys in their efforts to obtain a designated naturist beach site.

Those that wish to financially support these efforts can through Paypal or by sending a check to:

SFFB/FNA  PO Box 530306 Miami Shores, Florida 33153 or through our web site at:

We will continue to present updates to this site and we seek and appreciate your support.

Richard Mason

SFFB-FKFB Meeting Minutes

May 12, 2009 by FKFB  
Filed under Law & Politics, Nude News

Dear Naturist friends and activists:

The attached meeting notes from the trip Richard Mason, Albert Pantaleon and I made to Key West for meetings with Key West elected officials, government agents and business leaders regarding establishing a clothing optional beach. We were there two days last Wednesday and Thursday, May 6 & 7th.

After seeing the first naturist group implode, Ted Mozino was the original person who proded Richard and I to help establish a “true” naturist group in the Florida Keys that would create a c/o beach in the Haulover image and standards. Norma Mitchell, Adrienne Burich and I went on a scouting expedition in the lower Keys and Key West for this purpose in April 2008 where we pressured Tom to get more involved. Tom’s subsequent trips to Haulover Beach and staying with Richard and I, helped to motivate him.

To give you a time-line perspective, the first planning meeting is included as the first item in the attachment. It was held at the Mason’s home in November 2008 when Herman DeBoer, naturist resident of Key West, came to stay with us for the express purpose of learning what to do to get a c/o beach in the lower Keys. Prior to that November meeting, we had been speaking to Tom Chittenden for over a year about helping to forming a naturist club for this purpose. He was not ready until he joined with Herman and found some serious people who would be active, share the responsibilities and be incharge.

Tom found Tracy, Allan and a few others when initial meetings were called and in April this committee of South Florida Free Beach renamed itself Florida Keys Free Beaches Committee and elected Tracy and Alan to be co-chairs. In early March, Richard Mason was invited by the group to meet and share SFFB information and Haulover’s history as well as to attend a public charrett sponsored by County Commissioner Heather Carrouthers regarding improving Higgs Beach. This is where he introduced the clothing optional beach idea to those in attendance. He also met Key West Commissioner Terry Johnston at that time as well. This idea sparked a lively discussion where the press picked up on it. Articles and e-mails abound.

In meantime, SFFB legal/PR packets were given to Tracy, Allan, Dean and others. Approximately 30 packets were mailed to officials and other key leaders in the community. FKFB Cmte. continued to meet with key businesses about the idea and Commissioner Carrouthers reported her findings from the charrett to the Monroe County Commissioners and the c/o beach idea gained traction with Commissioners. Similar discussions took place with City of Key West Commission. To our surprise, we learned that a majority of both commissions found the idea favorable. The County Commission instructed the County Attorney to research the legality and potential county sites where nude sunbathing could occur.

I personally contacted the County Attorney and offered my knowledge, insight and facts about Haulover, and the criteria I used to select the site, etc. She was grateful for the offer and had Christina Limbert-Barrow, Ass’t County Attorney, who was given the assignment, phone me to discuss their concerns, questions and hear my recommendations. Ms. Limbert had learned most of what she knew about c/o beaches by reading SFFB’s and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. web sites and was personally in favor of c/o beaches for the Keys. She also agrees that Smather’s Beach is the best site.

I can’t say enough positive things about the activists with the FKFB Cmte. They are excited and motivated with great follow-through. Three of them traveled to Haulover to get Beach Ambassador training and meet with Haulover Park management and head lifeguard manager. When this beach comes to fruition, we can look to the local naturists for the credit.

Let’s get behind them and make this new venture work for all to enjoy.

Shirley Mason, Founder and “Mother of Haulover Beach”
Executive Director, B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation Institute


Meeting Agenda Topics

Date: Friday – November 7, 2008 Location: Mason’s Home Time: 7PM

Meeting was called to primarily discuss how to achieve a clothing optional beach in the lower Florida Keys and forming a naturist group in that area. The secondary purpose is to discuss and to formulate a better and more efficient working relationship between SFFB and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation to utilize its resources and grow both organizations. Third, to discuss if it is time to try and overturn the state park anti-nudity rule on a location-by-location basis so naturists can re-establish their traditional clothing optional beaches — Honeymoon Island, Bahia Honda, Mac Arthur Beach and Navarre Beach.

Herman De Boer (Key West naturist (FKN);
Ted Mozino (Ft. Lauderdale SFFB Bd. Mbr); Willow-Christina (Ted’s Assistant);
Bruce Frendahl (SFFB & B.E.A.C.H.E.S. assistant); Norma Mitchell (SFFB VP);
Albert Pantaleon (SFFB Tres. & B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Bd. Mbr.); Richard Mason (SFFB Pres.);
Clyde Lott (SFFB Bd. Mbr.); Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director)

1.Report from Herman w/ articles and thoughts on sites for a clothing optional beach
2.Report from Ted re: ideas about thoughts on reforming Florida Keys Naturists and clothing optional beach
3.Report from Norma and Shirley re: our April trip to Florida Keys and thoughts on formation of beach sites and nudist facilities in lower keys
4.To form a Keys club (at this time) or not to form a Keys club? * To work with existing FKN members or start fresh with new name and new people? * Beach first or club first?
5.Timeline for action: Herman will try to set a meeting with Xmas Tree Island Bernstein Family by Dec. 1st.
Ted and Willow will go with Herman for the meeting.
6.Gaining Members for SFFB
° “For Members Only”
° coordinating special events
° _______________________
° _______________________
° _______________________

Lobbying Meetings of
South Florida Free Beaches, Florida Keys Free Beaches Cmte.,
and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation

Date: Wednesday – May 6, 2009 Location: Key West City Commission Time: 11 AM

Meeting was called to primarily educate and discuss how to achieve a clothing optional beach in Key West with Commissioner Teri Johnston, specifically at the east end of Smathers Beach. Richard Mason called for the meeting as a follow-up to his meeting her on March 2, 09 and giving her a SFFB naturist legal-PR package featuring Haulover Beach.

Commissioner Teri Johnston (City of Key West); Richard Mason (SFFB Pres.);
Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director); Herman De Boer (FKFB);
Tracy and Alan Leigh (FKFB); Dean Townsend (FKFB); Tom Chittenden (FKFB)

IMPRESSIONS & OBSERVATIONS: Commissioner Johnston is personally in favor of creating a c/o beach and stated that she will vote YES for its existence. She had not read the package of information we sent her and seemed to want to pass on being its champion until she felt sure the back-up facts and figures were shared to substantiate the financial and quality of life impact it would have on the Key West community.

KEY RECOMMENDATIONS FROM Commissioner Teri Johnston feels we need to write a report showing the positive and negative aspects to the community; begin a mass educational PR campaign to influence the public and mitigate the opposition. In other words, she is looking to have all the facts and figures to back-up her vote to her constituents. Note: Most of the facts and figures she wanted was in the package that she had not read. She stressed that Key West was looking to attract European tourists.

She also recommended we get with the Tourist Development Council (Harold Wheeler, Pres.) to use their information for projections of the tourism impact and where tourists are from, etc.
1201 White Street ° 305-296-1552 Meeting was set for 3 pm, 5/7 with TDC Jessica Bennett. Harold has previous appointment out of the office that day.

We expressed our preference for a c/o site was the east end of Smathers Beach. Her recommendation was that we should get with Commissioner Danny Kolich and get him to champion and carry water for this issue with the Commission.
Note: Kolich is not seeking re-election and he has three candidates running for his seat. Tom Lavender (naturists) is running for the seat. The other person is Billy Wardlow – unknown to us. We must get 4 votes.

Date: Wednesday – May 6, 2009 Location: Monroe County Commission Time: 3:00 PM

Meeting was called to primarily educate and discuss how to achieve a clothing optional beach in Key West with Monroe County Commissioner Heather Carrouthers, specifically at the east end of Smathers Beach with is a city-owned beach. Richard Mason called for the meeting after sending her a SFFB legal-PR package about Haulover Beach.

ATTENDING: Commissioner Heather Carrouthers (County Commission, District Key West); Richard Mason (SFFB Pres.); Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director); Herman De Boer (FKFB); Tracy and Alan Leigh (FKFB); Dean Townsend (FKFB) with Doug Mayberry Reality; Tom Chittenden (FKFB)

IMPRESSIONS & OBSERVATIONS: Commissioner Carrouthers is personally in favor of creating a c/o beach and stated that she will vote YES for its existence. She championed the issue before the Commission, but had not read the package of information we sent her. She is highly motivated for Key West to have a c/o beach and seems to be willing to help us see this come to fruition.

KEY RECOMMENDATIONS: Commissioner Carrouthers feels we should do a formal educational campaign for both commissions and show it at a commission meeting during public input. It should be a Power Point presentation that includes testimonials, financial facts and figures, projections for Key West, pictures, etc. This will go a long way to selling the commission and the public – giving them the rationale to accept the beach and vote YES. We should also get letters of support from the various business associations, ie. Chamber of Commerce (305-294-2587) and the lodging association(s). Recommend that we get facts and figures from Harold Wheeler, Director of the Tourist Development Council. We must get 4 votes on the Key West Commission (for Smather’s Beach).
Note: I called for an appointment, 305-296-1552. Meeting with Jessica Bennett, Thurs. 5/7 at 3pm. 1201 White St. Carrouthers stated that the Monroe Co. Commission is waiting for report from County Attorney regarding the legality and potential future sites to make c/o. She mentioned that Monroe did not have many beaches to chose from and said that the closest one to Key West is Harry Harris Park in Boca Chica but did not comment on its suitability.

Note: The members of Florida Keys Free Beach Committee, SFFB and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. went to Herman’s home to discuss, strategize and assign tasks to be reported on via e-mail by Wednesday, May 13th. Since we selected Smather’s Beach, the City of Key West anti-nudity ordinance must be modified first to avoid arrest before establishing the beach. Our tentative target dates to christen the beach is either the weekend day beginning National Nude Recreation Week (July 5, 09) or the weekend after Haulover’s 18th Year Celebration (July 18 or 19, 09). Even though we do not feel the City Commission will have moved that fast with an affirmative decision, we may be able to at least got them to change the ordinance (42.9) quietly as a “housekeeping matter” through the City Attorney. That would allow us to take the issue into the hands of the naturists and decide when to establish the beach. This would also give the commissioners cover not have a formal vote, but to have it be defacto nude.

Dean Townsend knows and will speak to the State Attorney about the ordinance and suggest he speak to the City Attorney about changing the ordinance to put it in compliance with the Florida statute 800.03 with its Supreme Court interpretation of the law.

Allen Leigh meet with Commissioner Rossi about introducing the change in the anti-nudity ordinance. Can use the possible exemption to the ordinance for a “safe zone” like for Fantasy Fest.

Tracy Leigh meet with and get letters of support from Chamber of Commerce and all the various business associations and continue meeting with the Commissioners on an individual basis. (Call the Mason’s as needed during these meetings to get second party verification on Haulover issues.)

Tom Chittenden will do the Power Point presentation. Work with the web designer and Tracy

Albert Pantaleon convert “Nude Recreation is Good Business” video featuring the two interviews with Miami Beach Assis’t City Manager and Executive Director of Sunny Isles Resort Association to DVD with multiple copies.

Herman Du Boer is to arrange live interviews and to show our presentation on the Comcast community television station – channel 5.

Richard Mason has to write press releases, articles and resolution for the City Commission and get the endorsement and advise of Representative Ron Saunders.

Shirley Mason contact Shirley Freeman (305-294-2725 – and get her help, endorsement and advice. She was good friend of Tom & Barbara Silcox. Review stats from TDC and an Haulover and give to Tom C. Look into planning a junket to Haulover for commissioners, officials and business leaders so they can meet and interact with the same here as well as beachgoers.

Date: Thursday – May 7, 2009 Location: La-Tee-Da Restaurant Time: Noon

Meeting was called to primarily strategize on how to achieve a clothing optional beach in Key West with John Giuliano, Executive Director Key West Business Guild (GLBT & Allied Chamber of Commerce). Dean Townsend called for the luncheon meeting after sending him a SFFB legal-PR package about Haulover Beach.

John Giuliano, Executive Director Key West Business Guild; Dean Townsend; Richard Mason (SFFB Pres.);
Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director); Albert Pantaleon (SFFB Treasurer and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Bd. Mbr.)

IMPRESSIONS & OBSERVATIONS: John Giuliano stated that his organization’s members are 100% in favor of creating a c/o beach and they will provide a letter of support as well as notify their members to do the same for their individual businesses. He had read the package of information and would be pro-active and speak up with the Key West business community, etc. He’s quite familiar with and been to Haulover and knows it would be very good for KW.

KEY RECOMMENDATIONS: John Giuliano feels the change of the City of Key West’s anti-nudity ordinance would be the best strategy for moving the issue forward.

Date: Thursday – May 7, 2009 Location: Monroe County Tourist Development Council Time: 3:00 PM

Monroe County Tourist Development Council, Jessica Bennett, Director of Marketing Research and Harold Wheeler, Executive Director. 800-648-5510 or 305-296-1552 or 305-294-1936. 1201 White Street, Key West 33040-3328

Meeting was requested to get statistical tourism information in order to make accurate projections of financial impact of a clothing optional beach in Key West. This information will be essential combined with Haulover stats for the PowerPoint presentation. The second purpose was to explain who we were and give information about Haulover and gain their support, recommendations and professional help getting a nude beach question on their visitor survey.

Jessica Bennett, TDC Director of Marketing Research and Harold Wheeler, TDC Executive Director;
Richard Mason (SFFB Pres.); Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director); Herman De Boer (FKFB);
Dean Townsend (FKFB) with Doug Mayberry Reality; Albert Pantaleon (SFFB Treasurer and B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Bd.)

IMPRESSIONS & OBSERVATIONS: Ms. Bennett was very knowledgeable and explained stats and how they collected visitor information. She felt that a c/o beach would be very helpful in attracting tourists. She was not familiar with the large numbers and financial impact of Haulover Beach and wasn’t aware that Miami Beach was top-free for women. After we explained Haulover, she went to get Mr. Wheeler to meet us and further discuss how to best help the effort. Mr. Wheeler stated that they would add the nude beach question on the web site Visitor Survey. NOTE: When this occurs, we need to notify the Naturist Network to get them to respond to the question. They will report the findings to all the cities and commissioners. This will become factual information that can be used in our State Parks project as well as help other clothing optional beach efforts around the country.
Mr. Wheeler was quite supportive of having c/o beaches in the Keys and stated how much it would improve business and an increase in tourists, especially European visitors. NOTE: The average Keys visitor spent $360 a day and the average stay was 6 nights but has decreased the second half of 2008 to 4 nights.

She provided the names, phone numbers and account executives of the TDC’s marketing, PR and advertising firms, encouraging us to contact them to move the process forward.

Date: Thursday – May 7, 2009 Location: Office of Monroe County Attorney Time: 4:45 PM

After speaking with County Attorney, Suzanne Hutton and with Christine Limbert-Barrow, Assistant County Attorney assigned to this project, sharing information on Haulover and Monroe County’s prospect of establishing the first official c/o beach in the county, I was asked to meet with Catherine when I came to town.
305-292-3470 * Fax 305-292-3516.

1. Discuss the legal obstacles with the City’s anti-nudity ordinance and how to modify it for compliance with State law; 2. Discuss and give the Miami-Dade Program Partnership Agreement and how it works for B.E.A.C.H.E.S. at Haulover Beach; 3. Ascertain the progress on this project and solicit their support with the City Commissioners.

Christine Limbert-Barrow, Assistant County Attorney assigned to this project; Shirley Mason (B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Exec. Director)

IMPRESSIONS & OBSERVATIONS: Ms. Limbert-Barrow was enthused about the prospect of a c/o beach in the City of Key West and the County. She agreed that the law was poorly written and agreed that putting in compliance with the Florida Statute would be the best. I pointed out how selective enforcement was common. She asked me to keep in touch and would let me know when her research was completed. I will get a copy. She made a copy of the Program Partnership updated document. We briefly discussed the top-free issue and how Miami Beach dealt with it.

She was impressed with what our naturist organizations accomplished with Haulover and would like to see ethe same here.

If our team does our part in an expedited fashion and communicates via teleconferences weekly, we can have this beach completed in the next 60 to 90 days. Then the real work will begin – naturists taking charge of, obtaining the beach concession rights and managing the beach.

Since Tracy and Allen are co-chairs of this Committee, I suggest they take the lead in coordinating these teleconference meeting and managing

Tourism stats will be shared in a separate e-mail. In the meantime, check out the TDA website. Good information there.

Shirley Mason

South Florida Free Beaches/Florida Naturist Association News Release

April 30, 2009 by FKFB  
Filed under Nude News

The City of Key West and Monroe County, (the Florida Keys) are reviewing possible designated clothing-optional naturist family beach sites:

South Florida Free Beaches/Florida Naturist Association, ( SFFB/FNA ) at a recent meeting of the friends of Higgs Beach, ( a county beach within the City of Key West ), recommended they consider a designated naturist beach as part of their effort to restore the quality of life issues in the Lower Keys & Key West, as well as boost tourism.

There has been a large drop off in the number of tourists visiting Florida in general as well as the Florida Keys & Key West.

It was pointed out that many other tropical tourist destinations have built competing hotel accommodations and have added top-free for women at pool areas and beaches. Many have also created designated clothing-optional beach areas to attract North Americans, Europeans and other Latin and South American tourists that prefer Euro-Style beaches.

Richard Mason, president and spokesperson for the Florida naturists pointed to the success of the designated naturist beach at Haulover Beach Park on Miami Beach. Now in its 18th year, Mason pointed out that the naturist beach attracts 1.4 million visitors annually with over 60% being tourists from outside of Miami-Dade County. The economic impact is large and has been a major contributor in sales taxes, resort taxes and the creation of jobs.

Further, Miami-Dade County is the only county in Florida to report an increase in European tourist visits in 2008. Haulover Beach may be the contributing factor in that increase.

For a resort area relying on tourists, Mason stated that “the need in Key West is ‘heads in beds’ and a designated naturist beach is one of the best ways to do that.” He further stated that while tourism to Florida is down, in Cuba 90 miles away they are enjoying increases in the number of tourists. Cuba reports 2.35 million in 2008, up from 500,000 in 1995. Cuba has designated naturist beaches and increased hotel facilities.

Officials of both Key West and the government of Monroe County are reviewing options in their obligation to assist the Florida Key’s main industry, the hospitality industry, in their effort to bring more tourists to the Keys. Many city and county commissioners are reported to be investigating beach sites to determine the best locations in an area that has few beaches.

South Florida Free Beaches/Florida Naturist Association, working with the national Naturist Society and the Florida based BEACHES Foundation, has in the meantime set up a Committee of local naturists, the Florida Keys Free Beaches, to build support with the business community and assist local governments in both site locations and planning.

Tom Chittendem, founder of SFFB/FNA 28 years ago in Miami, and now a Key West resident, is heading up the effort in the founding on the Florida Keys Free Beaches Committee and is an advisor to their efforts.

The naturists have promised, that once a location is designated and signage and other specifications are in place, they will use the full force of their Internet and print media connections to all local and national, as well as international associations to make them aware that Key West and the Florida Keys have facilities that meet their vacation requirements.

One of these associations, the European based International Naturist Federation has 33 million members.

Nudists Defend the Conch Republic

April 28, 2009 by FKFB  
Filed under Events, Key West, Nude News, Nudist Updates

Nudists Defend the Conch Republic

Nudists usually have the reputation of being passive, compassionate people who prefer to just sun their buns than get caught up in conflict, but that all ended on the evening of April 27th 2009 when troops from the Florida Keys Free Beaches joined in the naval battle to defend the Conch Republic.

Over ten Free Beachers fought bravely during a two hour tour of duty that saw the throwing of over 30 pounds of bread against both friendly and attacking vessels.

Florida Keys Free Beaches was there in the Conch Republic’s hour of need. Will Monroe County reciprocate with a nude beach so we will have a place to tend to our tans and prepare for the next time we are called into action?

Free Beachers fend off the Coast Guard Invaders

Free Beachers fend off the Coast Guard Invaders

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