Yes, I am speaking about our beautiful bodies. It is what we inhabit while we are together on this planet. Unfortunately, it is the first item they judge us on by most shallow people.
It is our unfortunate reality that people see us as beautiful or ugly based solely on our looks. I have even read that if 2 women apply for the same job, most of the time the prettier of the two would be the one that gets the job regardless of their qualifications.
Answer this, would you rather see the skinny hot blond or the overweight brunette as the receptionist?
Remember that you are walking into an attorney’s or doctor’s office. Some think it seems to just give a better impression to prospective clients.
You realize that if we placed more emphasis on what’s inside, we would be in a more accepting world.
Another point to consider, if we all could just accept others for who we all are,
We would not even need clothes!
But since the clothing industry would absolutely flop and go by the wayside, this will never happen. It won’t happen because too many narrow-minded people will always equate the wrong things together.
Which two things am I talking about?
C’mon you know,
…SEX of course!
Yes, sex, the very pleasurable experience that we are forbidden to do by law, for some unknown reason. If you do not agree, just try to do it outside in public or pay for it. You will not be going back home if you get caught.
Anatole France said it best when he said,
“Religion has done love a great service by making it a sin.”
Love and sex are both forbidden.
Why is that?
While keeping an open mind, ask yourself why clothes are really necessary.
The only valid logical reason is to protect yourself from elements like rain and snow and for some, the sun, which is why sunscreen is always available. They also serve, to some extent, to keep seats sanitary.
I will try to predict what your answers will be:
“I’m too (insert adjective here) and my (body parts) are too small.”
“My body is not perfect”
If you know of the “perfect” body, I would love to see it. However, this is an utter impossibility since what I find perfect you may not and vice versa.
Remember, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”
“Everyone on TV and movies is so (adjective here).”
Do you really think those models they use are genuine people?
Photoshop, retouching, and the many other things they do to enhance what you see. We can only imagine what other tricks and falsehoods they use in their ads.
Is that real?
Also, you know that they use a select few of the real-life community so they are more appealing. Not to mention the people you see are always going through months and months of dieting, exercise, getting enough sleep, etc. It’s hard work.
Besides, if you are around genuine nudists with proper values, they really do not care what you look like in the slightest.
I urge you to visit a nudist venue, while nude of course, and you will notice immediately that nudists look at you into your eyes, not at your irrelevant outer shell. Also, you will see that no one looks like a movie star.
The only other false declaration I have heard is that you are actually “forced” to look at nudity.
This is complete, utter nonsense. If you can’t control what you look at with your own eyes, then you need some serious psychological help.
Furthermore, if everyone was nude at all times, and we could see everyone’s entire body, then no one would be at all curious about what you have. We shouldn’t be curious anyway because we all know what both the male and female anatomy consist of.
Listen — If we saw it all the time, then we would become desensitized to each other’s bodies.
Let’s examine this,
why are you “forced” to look?
If you are “forced” then if you are looking at something beautiful, then why would you complain?
If you are “forced” to look at something disgusting, which you aren’t, then why are you “forced” to look at nudity but NOT “forced” to look at feces, gore & violence in movies, or anything else you find disgusting?
That brings up another question.
For the parents out there, I’m curious,
are you going to tell me you prefer your kids to watch violence, blood, and gore on TV including playing extremely violent video games like Grand Theft Auto before you let them see the human body which they have and will see anyway at some point in their lives?
I am wondering about this.
So, you would rather they see violence instead of love?
Or forbid them to see that which they have for themselves?
What message does it send to them, if you are ok with violence, but we forbid the human body from being seen?
Just some food for thought.
After close scrutinization, and opening your mind, and really thinking about your body and what I have stated here, you will realize the human body is beautiful and we all know what is hiding behind the cloaks we wear, anyway.
So making my points crystal clear:
1—The ads you see are not real but have been enhanced in many ways.
2—It doesn’t hurt children in any way, yet I would think violence does. No wonder this world is so deceptive, angry, and violent.
3–No one is EVER forced to look at anything.
Last, I would like to include what Robert Morrow said about nudity and also the young impressionable children. He drives my point home about desensitization. His views should be everyone’s views, he impressed me with what he conveyed in his statement.
It can be demonstrated that one who is constantly exposed to nudity will become desensitized to the effects. This has an even greater effect on children. When they’re raised that way, nudity is normal and people who wear clothes all the time are the weird ones. Personally, I think that, as a civilization, we need to grow up. Even Christians, ones who have actually read the Bible, like nudity, because it’s how God created us. Aside from a brief chastising from God in the beginning of Genesis, there’s really no mention of the body being a shameful thing. In conclusion, religious or not, there’s nothing wrong with nudity, or even just topless ladies. Let them tan their tits, for God’s sake!
His statement should say it all. Thanks, Robert.
I hope I shed some light on what all of you perceive about the beautiful human body.