ปฏิบัติการ Operation X-ray คัดกรองสมาชิก

Please help us eliminate members pestering others with sex proposals

You may have heard about the Thai immigration police and their ongoing "Operation X-ray" scanning foreigners in Thailand and picking out the few who break the law in one way or another. We want you to help us make a similar "cleansing" of our members since we keep getting reports from the resorts about some members behaving badly and from some members finding very un-naturist images uploaded and forwarded to them by some members suggesting sexual activity. In Thai language we could call our operation for "ปฎิบัติการ คัดกรองสมาชิก" - or Operation members screening. 

We focus on the good naturists, the members who understand and practise non-sexual naturism. To keep these members happy and content within our community and as guests at the Thai naturist resorts, it is imperative that we eliminate bad behaving members. 

Our hope is that you will help us by coming forward with any bad experiences you have had with other members at resorts or online, that in your opinion we should not tolerate. Your identity will be deleted when we print and process these emails on the board.

You can vote here if you think this is a good or a bad operation!

Cancelling membership because of sexually explicit behaviour..
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Comments

  1. Evelyn & Magnor

    IT DEPEND ON WHAT IS THE BAD BEHAVIOR
    IF IT IS VIOLENT, WE HAVE THE POLICE TO TAKE CARE OF IT AND I EXPECT THE OWNER OF THE RESORT TO FILE A CASE TO THE POLICE.

    IF IT IS LIKE YOU HAVE A DILDO OR OTHER SEXUAL TOOLS IN YOUR LUGGAGE OR ROOM, IS THAT A REAON FOR EXCLUSION?

    I DON’T THINK SO!
    GOOD BEHAVIOR IS NOT COMING BY PUNISHMENT, BUT BY HONESTY AND COMMUNICATING IN A LOVELY WAY!

  2. Gavin and Gaye Wright

    We are in favour of the plan to expel those who abuse the hospitality of true naturists/nudists. Additionally, we believe that resorts that continually do not police the anti social behaviour should also lose affiliation and endorsement.
    We have one reservation however that sitting in judgement we must be careful that we do not allow accusations from false or vindictive accusers to be the basis of witch hunts.

  3. Olaf la Cour

    What a person perceives as bad and wrong behavior may be perceived by others as something else, so it is not always a viable way to start judging others.

    I know many people who perceive naturism as something nasty, should they also be allowed to judge naturists with their view of the world? I don’t think so.

    I think it’s best to let the owner of the resort act.

  4. Gregers Moller Post author

    Olaf, the owners of the resorts DO act. Today, for instance, a booking at Phuan was cancelled as dialogue showed the person had no idea of the basic non-sexual concept and kept asking about the availability of an escort service. But only sporadically do we hear from members, who feel that private messages or images sent to them revealed similar lack of understanding of this concept. It would be great if we could mobilize our members to help all of us. Anonymously, of course. And each report would be discreetly looked into – and may end up being overruled, of course.

    As for the resorts, it is not only the sexual predators, which are the worst, that we want to get rid of, but also basically annoying guests that will make other guests think twice about returning. It can be some single guest who keeps following another couple, even when they move away, or a group of drunk guests, who shout and laugh late into the night so other guests cannot get a good nights sleep.

    Recently, Chan Resort has started on a policy of being more critial and selective regarding which guests they want to allow to come and stay. This is really good news – supported by all the other resorts – because many of the returning, real naturists were getting more and more tired with the increasing presence of noisy and inconsiderate newbies.

  5. Corpsnu

    Pestering is unacceptable. Naturists are the friendliest people. No place for pestering. Whether sexually or other annoying social behaviour.