The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked

What a refreshing article from Elite Daily website! Excerpts from various MD and psychologists cited:

« Nudity is a taboo in America because we primarily equate nudity or nakedness with sexuality and we have taboos about sexuality. »

« By making nakedness an ordinary, matter-of-fact, common experience, unassociated with sexuality, the unhealthy prurient interest in pornography would be considerably lessened. »

« Coming from a nudist family played a more significant role in the children’s positive self body-image than their race, gender, or area of the country in which they lived. »

« Lyme disease deer ticks can grab onto our sweaters and sea lice can sneak into our bathing suit crotches. Cinched-up belts, ties, and clothes impede breathing. Men’s snug pants raise testicle temperature, lowering sperm count and fertility. »

Reading this well researched article provides some interesting discussion snippets and can help change many people view on nudity and nudism. As a nudist we already know through our self-experience how liberating nudity is, time and science will tell others why nudism should be freed and allowed in public places as a basic human right.

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked, and Share the Naked Love!

Une réflexion sur “The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked

  1. I LOVE this article. And what it so beautiful, is that I’m not just reading it and thinking, « Oh yeah that’s cute. » Many of these are things I’ve actually lived and felt shift in my own personal experience. Lived truth. Love it.

    J'aime

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