Today we went to the North Sea beach to go for swimming. It was a drive of one and a half hours and when we arrived there we were happy to see the ocean and the beach. It was just beautiful. We went closer to the water and stopped at a nice place. We looked around and saw a sign ‘FKK’ for ‘Frei-Körper-Kultur’ which means ‘Free Body Culture’ just behind us. This sign indicated that in the area next to us, you could lie around and go swimming naked, it was a nudist beach zone.
Above that word however there was another sign which stated that dogs were not allowed. We saw that there were some dogs on our side where people are dressed and there were no dogs in the naturist zone. What then followed was a laughing discussion about this signboard. What does this mean? Do they think dogs can cross their limits when they see naked human? Or is it because they have their fur and are not naked? How would they take that off? I think they are always naked.
When we were walking in New York we also saw many people with dogs and sometimes I saw how they pee on the street, sometimes against a tree, sometimes against the corner of a building. I said ‘See, human in this city has fewer rights than dogs! Dogs can pee everywhere, humans are not allowed to do this!’ So where is the logic? Dogs can pee everywhere but are not allowed to be on the nudist beach?
We did not have a dog anyway so we could freely walk on the whole beach but I felt really sorry for those dogs! We had a fun day and enjoyed the beach and ocean very much!