In the end, nudity, having a body,
We’re just going to have to get over the fact that everyone has cocks and pussies. Giving birth to children, feeding them from our breasts, making love on the beach, it’s all good stuff. The underlying truth that we all know is that the more taboo and cloistered we make our basic nature, the more people will take advantage of the opportunity to be daring against the casters of judgement. This is in contrast to the mother that discovered her son’s interest in tobacco at an early age. He had no interest in them after she had him smoke a pack right in front of her, getting sick and all. The curiosity was satisfied as well as any need to fill a void where something has been forcibly taken away. It’s basically a wound that will constantly attempt to heal itself until love and acceptance eventually restores the sole. Until then, the pain body goes on reeking havoc, actually asking for love. And of course the ensuing shame only compounds the issue. This doesn’t mean that we go rubbing, I mean putting our “privates” in people’s faces, but if there wasn’t a “problem” with nudity in the first place, then there wouldn’t be a “problem” with being around it. I mean, it’s just light waves bouncing off your eyeballs, for God’s sake.
I was just thinking last night that the church (some church, I won’t name names), essentially stunted the human race by several hundred years in the “dark ages” by claiming that our physical nature is wrong somehow, technology is bad, connecting with the earth is bad, and several million (15, actually, comes to mind) people must be slaughtered because they didn’t jive with the phycological slave system. People still follow this organization for some reason.
Anyway, the stigma (or is it stigmata) left a long-term mark on human psychology. Unconscious as it was, even “the church” tried to balance their attempt to control human nature with all that went on behind closed doors. It’s practically common knowledge that if you’re a preacher, you might be a petafile. This is an incredibly rude statement in some instances, but it’s something in the field of our social consciousness, is it not?
And, yes, I do still tend to want to protect people from their issues by being polite, not grocery shopping in the nude, etc. Fortunately, evolution is inevitable