The Main Hick Up In Society (Personal Opinion) | The Naturist Page

The main hick up in society is the textile parents who teach their kids to be ashamed of their bodies and that it’s not ok to be naked in front of others — even their own siblings! They teach their kids to be afraid to be “Natural” and make it a bad thing. Seriously, in my opinion this has got to change and we need to teach our kids that nudity is normal and natural and not teach them that nudity is an abnormal thing and just because there is a naked body that it automatically means its sexual. I grew up as a naturist and growing up in school (before high school) the min someone mentioned “boob, penis, vagina…etc etc… the whole room is in giggles … all but me, I didn’t find it funny.. what was so funny about that? I grew up in a family that taught me the respects of ones own body and the respect of others. I understand now why they giggled and laughed because they grew up in a textile environment. If the world (long shot here..) would raise their kids the way I was, I think their would be alot more socially accepted non-sexual nudity.

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  1. I was fortunate to be born into a 'naturist' house. We didn't know what naturists were because we were just being us! It was odd to have to accept that we needed to cover up our bodies in someone else's house even when we were so hot we just needed to strip off. Why oh why is this age of man so wary of nakedness?

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  2. Nice idea, I suppose society folows trends and at the moment we are in a cover up mode to protect children, so no communal changing, no chance of positive naked role models to give lessons on body acceptance etc. Perhaps the pendulum will swing the other way…

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  3. Long shot indeed. This world is increasingly divided with repressive regimes in more and more places whilst in Europe (Inc. UK) and freedom still survives. USA? From what I read it's split down the middle but I haven't been there since 89 and I only met 'liberal' people then.

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