How do women really feel about nudity?
The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is ‘What does a woman want?’
That, according to Freud’s biographer Ernest Jones, was the conclusion that Freud himself had finally come to. Freud couldn’t admit this candidly in his own writing. But Jones feet obliged to report it, even though his biography of Freud is generally regarded as a bit overly complimentary.
Is there very much in social conversation that can be more fraught with peril than for men to speculate about what women do or should “want”? Probably not. However, when it comes to issues of naturism and nudity, it’s a topic that cannot be avoided. In our society nudity is generally regarded as risible, awkward, or uncomfortable, at best – and scandalous, shameful, embarrassing, or disgusting at worst. Consequently, people who hold the contrary view – that nudity is wholesome, enjoyable, and life-enhancing – have no choice but to speak up. And this includes men and women equally.
17 July, 2017, 4:30 pm
Source: Naturist Philosopher