Thank you, I think I am begining to understand. Rather than the "age of consent" what if we use the "age of maturation"? Children are not mature enough to know the difference or to know that they have a choice. They simple repeat what they see. Somone once told me that children are the best mirrors, and I believe them. As the father of a 6 year old, I began seeing a lot of myself. It can be a real eye opener. I had to ask myself if I would want my son to attend these resorts with me. My answer was NO... and it came from my belief that it is a desicion that he will have to make when he is old enough.
UREKA! I think we have my problem identified! Thank you.
I have talked to some of my fellow nudist about this, and they all seem to think that children who grow up in and around nudity view it differently that those without. They explain it as taking aware the mistery of human form. They don't have to wonder any more what someone of the opposite gender looks like without all the cloths.
Interesting food for thought... thank you once more.
You are on a role today. :o)