Let's face it. There's no pleasing everyone. You would imagine that if you had a particular set of interests in the state of Texas, you might be appreciative of any place that goes out on a limb to cater to those interests. Apparently, that's not the case.

Check out these strange complaints people have when it comes to nude resorts in Texas.

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First Things First, There Are Some Things You Need To Know

There's a whole entire community built around being in your birthday suit. That community is split among nudists, naturists, and people who just hate the way a cotton blend feels on their skin. Doing a bit of research, you find that it's not a sexual thing for these individuals.

They just like the freedom. Or returning to nature. Or getting an all over tan without having a gym membership.

If you want to get into the weeds on the different ideologies surrounding being nude, feel free to Google search your precious little heart out. I'm not here to educate.

Texas, Surprisingly, Has A Wide Variety Of Nude/Clothing Optional Resorts

Believe it or not, they're all over the place. Texas has a lot of options for places where it is perfectly acceptable for you to bare it all.

There are beaches, resorts, campgrounds, RV parks, and so on, and so forth.

I focused primarily on resorts for this. Resorts are supposed to have all kinds of amenities, and give you a taste of the good life while you get away from your real one.

A very interesting bit of information I stumbled upon, is that all of the nude resorts in Texas that were listed on Google had no less than 4.5 stars. That means, for the most part, people are having a good time and are finding what they're looking for.

Here are the strange complaints I found in online reviews of Texas nude resorts.

The Strange Complaints People Have About Texas Nude Resorts

Texas is home to several places where clothing is either optional, or not allowed at all. Here are some of the weird negative reviews they've received.

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