Sexual Harassment is Prohibited at the Forty Acre Club
The Forty Acre Club takes harassment and especially sexual harassment very seriously. This club’s board of directors and greater membership support the right of each man, woman, and (especially) children to enjoy a comfortable, clothes-free experience.
Such sexual harassment could involve any unwanted form of behavior, communications, or touching. Discomforting examples of this predatory practice include:
- Unacceptable Behavior — persistent staring, stalking, or following; voyeuristic positioning; crowding of personal space; unauthorized photography/videography, masturbation, other public sexual acts or displays; any aggressive acts or threatening body language.
- Unwelcome Communications — any unwanted advances, remarks, suggestions, solicitations, propositions, gestures, threats, ridicule or jokes of a crude or sexual nature (especially if directed toward obviously unwilling or underage persons); persistent attempts to engage another person in a clearly undesired conversation; unsolicited comments about someone’s body or sexual parts thereof.
- Fondling — Any public fondling of a sexual nature.
- Un-Permitted Touching — any intentional touching of another person’s body without prior, mutual consent. Including Presumptuous hugs, massages or other unwelcome familiarity.
- Minors / Children — Any touching of a minor person – period.
Acts of sexual harassment — Sexual Harassment will result in expulsion, suspension or termination of access to the Forty Acre Club AND if warranted criminal prosecution.
Members and guests are encouraged to help us maintain a relaxing, family ambiance by immediately reporting any situation which feels like sexual harassment as defined above. The board of directors will investigate and respond to all legitimate complaints. Requests for confidentiality will be respected.