A case for more nudity and less clothing
It was a cool spring evening and I was cooking in the best suit I have, my birthday one. As I was finishing, my wife asked me if I were to put on some clothing for dinner. I looked at her puzzled.
- But why, did I ask?
- Well because it’s chilly and I prefer when you dress up for diner, she answered.
As I did not want to stir an argument, I grabbed a t-shirt and a pair of shorts, and had a joyful family dinner. Yet, the story does not end here. This “incident” reminded me of many discussions we had about dressing up for lunches and dinners. So, I went to web search engines and entered “why dressing up for dinner”. Astonishing 28,5 million results! If we set aside the dinners spent outside home, plenty of articles were apologetic around dressing up for dinner. Among the reasons:
- When I look good, people may compliment me on my outfit.
- When dressed up, I feel it may be a special moment.
- The way I dress makes a difference the way I feel.
- There’s a time to be casual and there’s a time to dress up.
- It’s just the way it is.
Now, to be a little provocative, let’s think the naturist way:
- When I am naked, people may compliment me on my relaxed composure
- When I am naked, I feel it may be a special moment,
- The way I am naked makes a difference the way I feel.
- There’s a time to be naked and there’s a time to get dressed.
- Naked? It’s just the way it is.
Clothing may make you feel good, look good and be good. Being naked does the same for most naturists. It makes them feel good, look good and be good. At least, I do not have clothes to hide under and I do accept all my visible flaws. I am who I am, without the barrier created by clothes.
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Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 1 November, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 13th November 2020
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