posted on Sep, 28 2005 @ 10:54 PM
Originally posted by GrOuNd_ZeRo
But I have lived in a busy family, so nakedness just didn't feel right around all my brothers.
Its funny that, my families busy
I came fro a stricly conservative christian church going high morals family. I remember my gran abusing my mum when I was a kid fro allowing me to
wear a midrift top and showing my belly button.........Oh the shame
Now I hate clothes and my five little ones are the same but i do notice as the girls get older they increasingly like their privacy and get all
embarrased. I do think thats a culture thing of self shame and its terrible. As Dbates said you were born nekkid.
Its such a point with my stunningly beautiful mouth drop open and drool and she walks past, 18 years old daughter, that she screams and covers up even
if i walk accidently into the bathroom. She is ashamed of her body, spends hours perfecting further the already perfect and won't even show her
absolutely stunning legs at a swimming pool. Mind you she had two lifeguards send my son over to her yesterday to tell her they liked her and what was
her number, she got three job offers in also yesterday and gets ton of email daily from photographers devious or otherwise wishing to photograph
Men walk into walls walking past her (thats hilarious) and well you get the idea and she is embarrassed. She won't walk around naked and won't even
let her boyfriend see her naked for fear and shame that shes not "up to it"
Nudity is perfectly natural, I couldnt imagine going to a nudist colony though and see flip flops dangling around everywhere. Some decorum is required
when playing tennis or snooker and the like. But the shame that society has created for us is disgusting. Society has given us a major fear in the
journey to find ourselves and to grow...shame of ourselves and our bodies.
with that shame comes loss of knowledge of our bodies and various functions...we are too busy hiding it to figure out how it ticks.