PETITION TO REPEAL CANADA’S NUDITY LAW LAUNCHED: An electronic petition to repeal Canada’s law against public nudity has been activated. It is open for “signatures” until 2022 September 8th at 8:34. Please electronically “sign” by opening your internet browser to this address: https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-3999 Also please tell all your friends and contacts to do the same! …
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AIR B&B OUTRAGE: A small B.C. family business has been blacklisted by the “Air B&B” internet website, apparently because they offer a clothing-optional pool. They have operated on the site for six years, and are a five star superhost with over 400 five star reviews, but their whole profile and all their listings have disappeared …
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For too long social nudity has been a taboo. This is bad! If you agree, kindly sign the petition! Please click on the link below: Petition to make social nudity mainstream Or you can copy and paste the following link directly into your browser: https://www.thepetitionsite.com/532/669/729/make-social-nudity-mainstream/
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Many world-class cities accommodate clothing optional beach and park spaces for nude enjoyment. Natural freedom and liberation from body-shaming are just two of the benefits. Third Beach in Vancouver’s huge Stanley Park is the ideal spot. If you agree, kindly sign the petition! Please click on the link below: Petition to make Third Beach nude …
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Shy Therapy at a Nude Beach – Vancouver Play UPDATE: due to administrative changes, this is now an independent production and tickets are available ONLY at the door. 15$ Feeling shy? Okay, maybe just a little. But you know you don’t need therapy. Or do you? Ah, but maybe you’ll discover that just attending this …
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Established by BC Supreme Court, 2000 June 8 (Citation: Maple Ridge v. Meyer, 2000 BCSC 902) “We had a legal opinion and its very clear she is correct. It is not a crime.” – Terry La Liberte, Vancouver Police Board “Deputy [Vancouver Police] Chief Doug LePard said he would notify the training session of the …
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Tips for organising clothes-optional swims By Greg DePaco, NIFTY secretary If the NIFTY swims are too infrequent for you – or if you live too far away from Templeton Pool to participate as often as you’d like – you may have thought about starting a clothing-optional swim of your own at a local pool. We …
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NIFTY SWIM NIGHTS ——— NIFTY Swim Nights Templeton Pool 700 Templeton drive Vancouver NIFTY events are clothing optional, but here’s a great chance to have a sauna in the traditional manner – NUDE! This is a family event and just like at Wreck Beach, normal, respectful behavior is expected at all times. So please bring …
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NIFTY LIBRARY ——— NIFTY maintains the library – a collection of over 600 magazines, books and videos related to the fight for clothing-optional rights. To borrow a library item, NIFTY members can make a verbal request at NIFTY swims or send an email to: There is a $15 deposit and the item must be returned at the next NIFTY swim. …
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NIFTY shall not discriminate against any person on the basis of sex, race, colour, creed, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis unrelated to behaviour.
Founded in 1992, NIFTY (Naked Iconoclasts Fighting The Yoke) is a group of citizens who believe that people should be allowed to decide for themselves whether to wear clothing or not in public spaces. Essentially, the group formed in opposition to section 174 of the Canadian Criminal Code, which declares public nudity a criminal offense. However, we advocate for clothing-optional rights for everyone, not just Canadians. Although many NIFTY members are naturists or nudists, NIFTY is not a naturist/nudist group; we are simply a group of citizens who believe in the right of every person to decide what, if any, clothing to wear in public spaces.
NIFTY’s first official meeting was held in 1993, and we began renting Vancouver’s Templeton Park Pool for monthly clothing-optional swims in 1998. Since then, our membership has grown significantly, and several thousand people have been NIFTY members at some point over the years, with about 500 up-to-date members at any given time.
Arthur de Pins (born in 1977 in Britain) is a well known French artist, illustrator, animator, and character designer. He has graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (2000). His naturist characters are amazing. Most of them are funny and stylish, leaving no doubt that the creator has a great sense of humor.
Mark Mathews Alberich is an American photographer living in California, United States. His photographs, usually portraits and nudes, emit an aura of originality and mysticism, the results are spectacular. Photo aquatic effects of layers of fabric and cascades of smoke, a visual delight.
Underwater Gallery 1
Underwater Gallery 2
The name NIFTY arose because we wanted an acronym for the group’s name, and came up with NIFTY as a “temporary” moniker until we could decide on a “real” name; however, people seemed to like the name and it was decided to keep it as the group’s permanent title.
NIFTY meetings shall be non-smoking and clothing-optional if possible.
Notwithstanding (7) above, to amend the NIFTY constitution, a two-thirds majority vote at a legitimate NIFTY meeting shall he required. Notwithstanding (7) above, to amend these bylaws, a simple majority vote at a legitimate NIFTY meeting shall be required.
NIFTY is an organization of people who oppose the legal ban on public nudity in Canada, and who are interested in organizing politically towards the abolishment of that ban.
(NIFTY Constutution, Paragraph 1)
NIFTY membership shall be by donation, with no minimum. Lack of financial means shall never he a barrier to NIFTY membership.
NIFTY shall be, as much as possible, a grassroots democratic organization. No president or permanent chair shall exist. A chair shall be elected at each NIFTY meeting for the purpose of that meeting only, their term ending with that meeting. The only table officers are the secretary and the treasurer.