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What happens when we bring someone else into the mix—like a romantic partner? Is it double the freedom, or does it harsh your nude toke? When I started asking around about this, people brought up a few concerns—some wondered if lots of casual nudity made their bodies less desirable when they were hooking up, or if being comfortable naked together outside of sexual contexts said something about the closeness of a relationship.
When I was a little girl, I was one of the nakedest little girls you'd ever meet. Kids have no sense of shame about their bodies, and why should they? Being naked, as long as you're not shivering out in the cold, is one of the most natural things a human body can be. From communal bath time with the cousins, where I was only distinguishable by the length of my hair come on, every family has one of those dorky photosto walking around diaper-less and fancy-free, to hauling up my polyester Barbie nightie and boogying bottomless in the living room, naked was the way I wanted to be.
First of all, I think we all need to acknowledge that we were born naked and the fact is that the shame we feel about stripping off is in our heads. I might sound like a total hippy, maaaan Deal with it.
Always have been. It's my go-to, my baseline if you will. Although I never go as far as wearing a bra and try to avoid skirts that have a lot of fabric.
My answer was obviously, "Um, yes! More than one woman said to me, "You're so brave. I could never do that.
Loving being naked can be difficult, especially if you do not like your body or if you have low self-confidence. You can change the way you feel about being naked by improving your body image and taking good care of yourself. Things like spending more time naked, reframing negative thoughts, and spending time with supportive people can bring you closer to your goal of loving being naked.
Some parents believe in keeping nudity as a normal part of family life so kids become comfortable with their bodies. Others feel things should be covered up as soon as kids are walking. We asked moms, dads, and medical experts for their take.
How many times during this year's super hot and humid summer did you just wish you could strip all of your clothes off to cool down? Well, it turns out being naked may not only be more comfortable but healthier as well. Some experts say that donning your birthday suit more often can help with myriad physical and psychological problems.