Nude Gathering Code of Conduct

Arrive on time so that you don’t miss the introduction/orientation circle. For the comfort and safety of participants we cannot allow late arrivals.

All participants must be at least 18 years old and able to provide photo ID.

Wear anything you feel comfortable in, or nothing at all! You don’t have to be completely nude if you’re not feeling it, but nudity is wholeheartedly encouraged.

ALL bodies are model bodies. You do not need to look any certain way to be a model, just BE YOURSELF!

Bring any items that would make you more comfortable, such as a blanket, snacks, drinks, etc.

No alcohol or drugs allowed.

Do not bring anyone with you without prior approval from the event host (Bunny Luna).

Be prepared to provide references if you’ve never met the event host (Bunny Luna).

All participants must consent to having photos and/or videos taken of them during the gathering, including signing model release(s). Any information that you do or do not want shared online must be communicated with event host (Bunny Luna).

Choose a role: model, photographer, videographer, or creative director, and inform the event host of your chosen/preferred role(s). Be prepared to follow through on your role.

If you are a photographer or videographer you are expected to share photos/video/content with collaborators within a reasonable amount of time (a maximum of 8 weeks).

This is a collaborative creative experience and everyone in attendance is expected to participate in some way. “Audience members” “spectators” or anyone just hanging around to watch will not be allowed.

This is a vulnerable and brave space with the intention of healing, connection, and creation. Sexual activity of any kind will not be tolerated and will result in prompt removal from the gathering.
It is understood that there is the potential of physical and emotional reactions to nudity and if this happens, that person is expected to respectfully remove themself from the group until their body goes back to a non-aroused state so as to not alarm or cause discomfort to other participants.

CONSENT and RESPECT are MANDATORY. Ask permission and receive a verbal YES before photographing or touching anyone. Make your request as detailed as possible so everyone involved is on the same page. If you don’t receive a clear YES then any other response is a NO. If you receive a NO, don’t take it personally and move on.

At these gatherings BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, fat, disabled, and older people’s comfort takes priority over cis and white people’s comfort. You must agree with this and follow through with your actions (being kind and respectful, listening to and prioritizing their voices and opinions, not interrupting or talking over them, not making any body-specific compliments, etc) to participate. 

If for any reason police or another similar authority shows up, the more privileged of the attendees (white, white-passing, men) will be expected to stand up for and protect the attendees who are more likely to be marginalized and/or targeted by those authorities (BIPOC).

To prove that you have read and agree to this code of conduct, email with this quote: “I am ready to be creative, respectful, and nude!” and include your location, preferred role(s), and any accessibility requirements you may have.

Failure to follow this code of conduct will result in immediate removal from the gathering and you will be prohibited from attending future gatherings.