Why is being nude so "wrong"?

Discussion in 'Ethics, Morality, & Justice' started by Thoreau, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

    unfortunately your being mislead by propaganda in this.

    sexual crime is not about sex.

    the forbidden novelty of power & control is the issue

    45% of all homicides are men killing their female sexual partner
    does that make it a sex crime ?
    they are killing the caregiver and parent of the children, does that make it a crime against children ?
    making marriage equal to the power & control mechanism that drives the divide between the self and sexual attainment ?
    not really.
    it is a false pretense of the ego asserting its own misunderstanding upon a 'natured event' as the observer.

    the will to resolve the issue by assigning a polarity to the outside controlled mechanism is common.

    vehicle accidents are a good example to use comparative logic.
    e.g thought experiment ...

    do people blame drunk drivers for speeding ?

    desire is for power ?
    desire is to make another person a victim ?

    it is as close to useless discussing the issue with most people as they simply lack the ability to comprehend the science & mostly can only approach the issue from their own narcissistic perspective of wants vs needs

    note it is also natural for many as you have done to try and assign the discussion away from parental accountability and into a predatorial rapist debate.
    it makes the parents feel like they have escaped being accountable by changing the subject
    psychologically it is like a heroin junky.(im not calling you a junky)
    anything will do to get the fix to change the subject(illustrating the point not the person, in this case)
    even if that means raising a false argument about sex crimes while refering to children to try and illicit a moral demand to change the subject.

    it fixes nothing

    back to the subject ?
    parenting ?

    fyi the unobtainable thing is not a male thing
    it is a human thing & im not going to discuss it with anyone who is not clinically involved
    comparative philosophy of self actualization
    psychopathic framing of other humans...
    when is it ok to define a person as being not a person so you may deny them human rights ?
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  3. Write4U Valued Senior Member

    My family spent every year three months in a nudist colony on the beaches of Netherlands.

    I grew up with nudity and I believe that the human body is a remarkable expression of nature's evolutionary variety.

    There is no greater feeling than to swim in the nude, totally free in the womb we came from.....

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    Consensual non-injurious sex is healthy and a wonderful bonding mechanism, IMO.

    Empathy is the absolute sharing in another's emotions, a function of the mirror neural
    system. Can't get better than that.
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  5. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

    civilized exploitation of others as a political religious acceptable ideology to promote and sustain...
    universal health care ...
    there are so many connected factors to nudity issues though it sits on the foundation of the cultural moral code of the society in how it is projected into society by its manifestations of order & disorder.

    naturalness debate ?

    is sex an Olympic tag team event pushing boundaries ?
    for some it is
    for others it isnt
    which is non injurious ?
    non injurious meaning consensual ?
    consensual does not mean non-injurious
    much like any contact sport.

    ironically sex is the most dangerous sport with the highest death rate
    45% of all homicides are caused by a sexual partner
    does any other sport/activity have the equal disease rate ?

    notice how normalised it is for schools to divide children by gender and then teach them as 2 waring partys against each other.
    such culture is normalised and defined as religious freedom among many countrys.

    i wonder if we could swap out the word "nudity" for "teenage suicide" to test the morality
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  7. Write4U Valued Senior Member

    What is natural? And for that matter, what is unnatural?
    Are we going to count cultures in tropical climates?

    Are indigenous tribes more or less moral judging by their mode of dress, or lack thereof? Or is teenage suicide a high priority issue for the Naakuk?
    Who brought death to whom?
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  8. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

    judging by their mode of dress, or lack thereof?

    Judge them by a lack of a KMart

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  9. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    Ethos, mortality, injustice LoL

    (i should probably read those.)

    off-the-cliff-note question
    do nude people have longer life expectancy than fully clothed people ?(satire)

    should people feel embarrassed being naked around other people ?
    should shame be set as a normal subconscious position of the self esteem in children from as young as possible ?
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