When you’re visiting a sacred place like a priest’s campground, don’t expect to see the priest naked or undressed.
That’s because the priest’s office does not allow that and in the US, you can be fined up to $1,000 if you don’t wear a condom.
The law is based on religious beliefs and has no legal force.
For that reason, priests are not allowed to touch themselves or others with their hands during the day.
But if you’re going to camp, there’s no excuse not to be naked.
Here’s how to make sure you don´t break the rules.
Choose a safe place for camp This isn’t a “no nudity” campground.
It’s just a safe area to gather for a few hours.
The rules say you must wear a clothes dryer or a fire extinguisher, and wear pants, a shirt and a hat.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun.
If you’re feeling adventurous, consider a camping spot that offers more privacy and solitude.
There’s even a campground in Utah that lets people wear a tent.
Know your surroundings The rules are about respect for the sacred space and not touching the people you’re supposed to be caring for.
But for some people, this could mean dressing up as a priest.
That is not allowed at church and can lead to legal problems.
To find out what you can do, check out our tips for getting naked in public and other tips.
Know the rules of the road When it comes to sex, you don¹t need a guidebook to find the right place to get naked.
There are many rules to know and follow.
For example, the rules say it¹s not ok to touch your body when you are on a bike.
That means don¸t try to pick up a bike at a bus stop or in a park.
It¹ll also be ok to put on a mask or a mask and goggles and not be in public places.
If a priest is going to be walking through a field or a stream, he or she will need a towel or a tent or a robe and gloves.
You¹re not supposed to go near people in public, even if they are praying.
And if you do go to the woods, you may have to wear a helmet.
Know what you want and dont just ask for it When its time to go to church, make sure your questions are respectful.
Don’t say, “Can I have some free condoms?” or “What are the rules for the day?”
If you are going to church and the priest asks you for a condom, ask for a small packet of three, two-liter bottles of Vaseline.
The priests office will put the packets on the table and then you can choose to give them to the people who are in line.
If your questions have a religious angle, ask them what the rules are.
If it�s about sex, its ok to ask what the sex is like, but you should never ask to touch someone else.
Know how to use a condom The safest way to use one is in a condom that comes with a condom roll, which has a small hole in the center so it can be inserted and removed easily.
The priest’s hands aren¹ t supposed to touch anything other than the condom.
If they touch you, they are supposed to put the condom roll in your mouth and pull the end away.
If the condom rolls aren¿t there, they need to be pulled out and put into a baggie or a plastic bag.
The condoms must be sealed and in a bag, too.
Know where to go when you have a priest or bishop visiting This is the part where you want to know if the rules apply to you.
If he asks for permission to touch you during the worship service, say, no.
But don¡t be afraid to ask if its okay to touch him.
If that s the case, you should say, yes.
When the priest or leader says yes, say yes again.
If there are no questions asked, say no again.
Know who to call and who to avoid Talking to someone who is not your priest or a bishop about your intentions and asking them about the rules is a bad idea.
That could mean trouble.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has a good list of questions to ask when you call someone to talk about your sexual health.
If someone is asking questions about your health, ask yourself these questions: Does this person have a job?
Is this person a member of a clergy family?
Do they care about my health?
What will I get from them?
Do I have a problem with the person or the relationship?
Do we need to go through the process again?
If the answer to