or locker rooms give us a rest anymore. The hysterical fear of nudity in our

society has gotten so great that nudity has virtually disappeared entirely from
these locales traditionally designed to accept nudity. In the doctor’s office we
Stay covered up with our clothing or with hospital gowns, merely showing little
patches of our skin when completely necessary. Locker rooms, saunas, etc., have
lost the tradition of nudity within them. This is not even assorted group nudity
We are speaking about. Even among our own sex we conceal our bodies, either by not
being bare in any way, or by changing in a stall, or by keeping a towel attentively
wrapped around ourselves.
Even when we are nude, we
Conceal our bodies in shame. Every minute of each day.
We swim with clothes on,
even though that is insane. We sleep with clothes on, even though we are tucked

away under a blanket where no one will see us. We even stay dressed in front of
our spouse–our sex partner–who has already seen us naked in the most intimate
of situation and with whom more than anyone else we must feel
comfortable being nude. Even in the privacy of our houses we remain dressed. Why?
We do it because body
shame has been so deeply ingrained into our mind that we can’t imagine doing
anything else. Nudity under almost all circumstances appears so foreign to us
that we can not view it as anything but a weird aberration, if not a downright
perversion.
But we all have a body.
There are billions and billions of human bodies distribute throughout this world.
Within both genders, every one of them is the same as every other. We all know
what they look like–we all know what gear they’ve. What on earth do we
think we’re hiding from each other?
Actually, we’re not
thinking at all when we’ve got a negative reaction to nudity, whether we see
others nude or others see us naked. It’s just an emotional, irrational
reaction, based on a life of deep, extensive psychological conditioning.
Mental abuse.
Is not it mental mistreatment
to condition your children to have feelings of shame and horror simply because
someone unexpectedly sees them nude?
Is not it emotional abuse
to state your kids to feel shock, anxiety, or disgust at the mere sight of
a body?
Our bodies are ourselves.
When we feel shame, fear, dread over bodies, we are feeling those feelings
about ourselves or about our fellow human beings.
No wonder people have such
a hard time relating to each other. We worry each other at a very basic level. We
are all compelled by nature or God to take nude bodies with us wherever we
go! Those terrible, shocking, beach xxx pic fily ! What was God thinking?
How can we possibly
Socialize normally with each other, steeped in approaches like that?
Exactly what negative
Results result from shaming kids into wearing clothes, and continuing
that brainwashing procedure until the day they die?
Kids are left in
ignorance. We think it is a wonderful, educational thing to take kids to the
zoo. But what do they do at the zoo? Stare at the nude bodies of creatures. This
is considered very educational. And it’s.
Yet kids are never
allowed to stare at the naked bodies of the species that is most significant for
them to learn about. http://modestperson.com/views/discovered-nudist-notices.php –human beings. It is great for their sake to learn all
about the bodies of lions and tigers and bears, oh my! But never the body of the
species they belong to and will marry. Never the body they live in
throughout their lives.
Children do not get to
fully understand and accept the differences between the genders. Boys have
penises, girls have vaginas. This is an undisputed fact of life. But to a boy
who is not permitted to learn about human bodies, a girl does not have a
vagina–she has been castrated of her dick. To a girl, a boy does not have a
penis–he’s a strange growth where his vagina should be. And these are the
boys and girls fortunate enough to have caught a glimpse of the opposite sex naked.
Then we wonder why there
is so much sexual dysfunction in unions?
Children do not get to
become comfortable with the process of puberty before it occurs. When their
bodies start shifting, it is a traumatic thing. Why? Because it is natural for
puberty to be traumatic?
Absolutely not! It’s a
Entirely natural part of the human life cycle.
It’s traumatic because
they are not prepared for it. Is that not emotional maltreatment?
They begin growing hair
around their pubic region and within their armpits. What’s that all about? For
boys, the penis enlarges (is it diseased?) and hair starts to grow on the face.
For girls, the vagina begins to bleed (am I injured?) and breasts being to
enlarge on their chests.
How many horror stories
have there been about kids who were completely unprepared for these changes? Is
that not child abuse, to allow youngsters to enter this span of life unprepared
simply because their parents are embarrassed to discuss it (thanks to their
own emotional brainwashing from their parents)?
But even with children who

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