By joining the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR), you are supporting the leading and most credible advocate for nude recreation in North America. AANR has worked tirelessly since 1931 to promote a better understanding of the clothing-free life and the naturalness of nude recreation.
AANR-Florida has a full time lobbyist in Tallahassee who monitors the State House and Senate, identifying proposed legislation that could negatively impact our right to pursue nude recreation in appropriate settings. In addition, we raise awareness within the legislature of the positive economic impacts of nude recreation within the State of Florida.
Through our public relations and public education efforts, AANR and AANR-Florida stress the positive impacts of nude recreation with the general public and elected officials. Through these actions, we have built a stronger nudist community and have been very successful in attracting favorable media attention in the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Fox News, Time Magazine, Huffington Post and numerous other national and local outlets.
AANR and AANR-Florida are pursuing a strategy to advance nudist rights while at the same time protecting the traditional skinny-dipping spots and nude beaches, many of which are in Florida. In Florida, we are constantly on the watch to make sure our rights are not eroded. In addition, we support both individuals and groups when their legal rights are being negatively impacted.
It is important that nudists band together for the greater good. Besides the obvious benefit of reduced rates at AANR affiliated resorts, it is important that nudists realize that joining an advocacy group builds the capacity of that group, significantly increasing the groups effectiveness and impact. Increased support allows our organization to expand its efforts and to better achieve its mission.
Your support allows AANR and AANR-Florida to achieve the greatest good for the greatest number of people and the community we serve. We need the support of all nudists to change public policy and public perception as it pertains to nude recreation.