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Help wanted: Nudist lifeguard

MARK WALDRON JAN NEWELL TRENT ST LOUIS
A Rhode Island nudist camp has an opening for a lifeguard, no clothes required. File art of a nudist beach.
(DENIS POROY / AP)
Sun Sentinel

Looking for a summer job?

A Rhode Island nudist campground has an opening for a lifeguard, no clothes required.

The help wanted notice for Dyer Woods Nudist Camp states that the applicant must have “excellent communications skills” and be able to “work as part of a team,’’ according to The Providence Journal.

“We’re a nudist campground. We’re not clothing-optional,” camp president Jim Johnson told the newspaper. “We found over the years, with clothing-optional places, you get more gawkers, people who just want to show up and look.”

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The camp posted the job opening on Facebook. It’s a part-time job that requires state certification. Pay is 12 to $14 per hour. And you have to be at least 18 years old. Sunscreen would probably be strongly recommended.

On its website, Dyer Woods invites people to “experience nature naturally.”

“For those who have never tried social nudity before, we understand that you may be nervous or need some time to get adjusted. While our common areas are nudity required, we welcome you to enjoy the rest of the grounds and our hiking trails to get acclimated in a more private setting. Once you get out of your clothes, we think you’ll find a wonderful new feeling of freedom.”

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For more information on the job, call 401-397-3007.


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