I presume it would be very strange and weird at first. I know it would be for me. But with time and experience you would only get used to it.
I known what you ment, I ment changing for gym class (gym clothes/uniform), showering for gym or for swimming.Lol - I think the "undressing in front of a group"-thing is not quite what I meant (sounds like a strip club - one person strips, the others watch). Under normal circumstances, everyone would be required to be naked on the occasions I was talking about - gym showers, sauna, nudist beach. Just the odd occasion of being naked at the doctors, but you should trust your doctor enough to treat things like that on a completely professional level.
Yay - nudist party at FullMetal's! *grabs the beer and the sun block lotion* (try explaining a sunburn on your little friend to a doctor )It's always a party to me!
Going around naked on public territory here is not per se illegal here, only if people feel offended by it. If you intend to do it in a crowded city center, make sure you go with a large group and call it a demonstration against inflation or something :tongueout: ...it's been done before.well, walking around naked outside could get you arrested depending on where you live, or at least anywhere in the US.
Nudity - as long as it's portrayed as a part of normal life (e.g. showering, coming out of the bath tub, changing clothes) - is not a cause for a movie to get a restrictive rating here. In fact, I see nudity on a fairly regular basis on TV here (German productions only, obviously). At the end of the day, we've all seen naked people before, and as long as nudity does not come in a sexual content, I see no reason to restrict it. Or as Target put it:IDK...I wish that in the U.S. we could be less prudish about nudity and sex. I wish that the MPAA (group that gives films ratings) would rate films more based on the amount of violence in them, and not so much on nude/sex scenes.
As long as we consider the removal of clothing some kind of ceremonial act, people will feel uncomfortable being naked. It's a purely human trait - animals lack that self-consciousness and go around naked all the time (except for their fur, but that has a different purpose).One thing I can't understand is Why we let other people see our body parts excetp oer genitals? It's a body part like others, we shouldn' be so shameful.
LOL!Going around naked on public territory here is not per se illegal here, only if people feel offended by it. If you intend to do it in a crowded city center, make sure you go with a large group and call it a demonstration against inflation or something ...it's been done before.
In a way you're right, but the 'image' issue is also relevant to many men. I won't strip off completely except in a relationship or professional Dr/Med session. The public should never be subjected to that!! :laugh:I think for men, it's easy for them to get naked. For women, we have body image issues and that some women can easily get naked and have the body for it than others.
Join Charlie_F in the Random Boner Club! :tongueout:If I knew someone well, then the only thing I would be afraid of is getting a boner (unless its a boyfriend...then its ok). Same applies with a phys. exam at the doc's office...I don't care if its male or female, the only thing I am afraid of is getting a boner...