It may be a topic often written about in blogs but I make no excuse for adding this one of mine. Being naked when clothed people are around may well cause problems. The type and degree of problems of course depends on several integral factors. One factor is exactly who is naked. Another is probably who exactly is clothed. The next factor could be the location & maybe the weather if the situation occurs outdoors. The final and possibly the most important factor "Is there a problem at all?"
In our own home my wife and I have no problem with nakedness, neither ours nor anyone else's. When someone is coming into our home who is not aware of our situation we do try to advise them before they arrive. We don't advise them to tell us if they are averse to social nudity, we do advise them that they have an option. They can go ahead with their scheduled visit & take whatever is the situation when they arrive, the option is to not arrive at all. Of course then might come another discussion about anything in the way of an alternative can be arranged for the visit.
When we go to another home or business place we make every effort to respect and pay due reverence to the prevailing situation there. We do not usually receive any advance indication of any unusual situation, mainly because 80% of meetings in other places are not in any unusual situation.
When we (or just I) are naked and a person is clothed in our own home it isn't a problem at all. (for us!). When there are several naked people in our home (mainly family members) there isn't usually a problem when a clothed person arrives because we will have pre-advised them of the situation. We do however notice two different sets of 'feelings' that occur with the clothed persons in these scenario's. If we have just ourselves (or myself) naked and there are one or more clothed persons in the situation there is no awkward feelings for anyone. When there are several naked people & one clothed person in the situation, it is the one clothed person who begins (usually) to feel awkward and embarrassed, even with the standard preliminary advice being given.
So, just in this 'home' scenario we have deduced that one clothed person with a few naked people feels wrongly placed. However one naked person with a few clothed people does not feel wrongly placed?
We have yet to have sufficient comparable data to decide what would be the outcome in other locations given the same scenario's? Maybe you have words of your own on this one?