My friend Maurice (Moe) posted a picture, taken from twitter, in January on Facebook about what naturism and nudity, as we see it, is not. This week someone reacted to it and a whole discussion went on, where Moe stated at the end of it that he preferred a clothing optional world. Well, wouldn't we all. Today, I was antagonised, because I was made fun of behind my back (real heroes), for my shorts. Why? It happens to be that since the nineties the length of shorts has been growing and growing. At first I thought it was fashion, but now I believe it's some kind conspiracy and a tendency to keep a men's body (not women) as hidden as possible. I personally hate those long 'shorts', because they're just to damn hot. So I am wearing this week my new shorts, MAGNUM P.I. style (will post picture), because I think this is a normal/natural length. It got me thinking about Moe's posting and also what my other friend Paul said about normal and natural. We are a long way from a clothing optional society if having regular shorts, let alone being in your natural state, causes more uproar than women wearing a burka in OUR WESTERN SOCIETY. I must say it hurts me very much, always being proud of our Dutch tolerance, having to experience this. Simultaneously is awakens the rebel in me: I will keep on challenging society and 'screw them' narrow minders.