Saturday, April 22, 2006

Caribbean Breezes Blow Cold in Missouri

Nudist resort proposed, opposed

ST. LOUIS: The developer of a planned nudist colony near St. Louis may feel its members would barely be seen from outside but opponents don't seem keen on such exposure.

"After we're done developing, it will look the same from the road and surrounding properties as it does now," Larry Schulz, developer of the clothing-optional Caribbean Breezes resort, told county officials. The facility, if approved, would be built southwest of Lonedell, Mo., reports The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Those against the project say they oppose it on moral grounds and feel the colony will damage property values. "We don't want our kids exposed to it," said a pastor who lives nearby.

Plans for the 52-acre Caribbean Breezes call for year-round facilities with a large clubhouse, an outdoor pool and an indoor pool and a hot tub. Schulz says the resort would have its own sewer system and well. A decision by the county planning and zoning board is pending.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you do not want your children to be exposed to a certain thing, then parents needs to be parents by being a part of their lives. Pastor-teachers do not have the right to interfere with others way of life. Christians should go by the policy of life and let live. It is ashame that this pastor said this.

If he was more educated on the human body, then he would be more respectful towards what the nudist lifestyle is about. It seems that his parents did not teach him about the human body. What ashame for him and others like him. Only knowledge can give power. The USA is too fearful of the human naked body.

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