Nudity And What About the Children?

When we talk about nudism/ nudity and children, it’s common to hear, What about the kids? I used to question what parents believe will happen for their young child if they saw a naked guy or girl putting on the playa in sunlight.
Do they believe their heads will suffer psychological damage? That they might grow up to be a pervert or addicted to sex? I never comprehended what actual reasons were behind these parents’ anxieties.
Nudity And Children
The problem appears to come up frequently, and I found it in the clip I previously posted about the woman who got in trouble for going nude around her home. (Observe it under.)
This man is so worried about his kids seeing the naked lady next door. It sounds ludicrous she should be such a menace, but it’s easy to believe many other parents would react exactly the same way.
Nudity And Kids
Additionally , I came across the same concern in a article about a potential topless beach being sanctioned in Asbury Park. First, one revealing remark against it is, “Some things must be saved for intimate moments with their significant other in the bedroom..”
For another man who’s a dad, he admitted he personally does not have any difficulty with topless beaches. But seeing his two young daughters he instantly included I do not desire them to be exposed to that.’ It is not even full-frontal nudity he’s worried about, but just exposure to women’s breasts.
I don’t believe these guys are picturing the peaceful, desexualized environment of a naturist beach. Maybe they may be picturing a scene from among the ill-famed Girls Gone Wild videos with young women baring themselves and ready to make out. There’s definitely an over-sexualization of female breasts in the U.S. We learn from the media that breasts are sexual and prohibited, and it is against what the law states to expose them practically anyplace outside the bedroom.
Iwill conclude that once again the question comes back to the fixed link between nudity and sex. Letting children see any form of nudity equates to exposing them to sex at a young age. And we’re living in a age where people are very paranoid about pedophiles and child pornography.
In America it can be hard for anyone to take innocent photos of a naked kid without being charged as a sexual criminal. You will find plenty of cases of this in the media, but check out the true story line behind this recent novel about a photographer who faced serious repercussions from some photos.
Given this common nudity = sex perspective, it becomes much easier to understand parents’ caveat when http://modestperson.com/views/not-having-to-wear-those-annoying-bikinis-or-swimsuits.php comes to nudity and their kids. It’s obvious that we still must shift those preconceived notions of what a naturist setting is actually like, and encourage the wonderful, natural, non sexual aspects of http://x-nudists.com/index.php/2016/04/18/for-a-long-time-i-was-very-interested-in-becoming-a-nudist/ . Many nudist spots are made to be family-friendly, and the reality is that young kids are truly natural nudists who love to run around bare if given the chance. I spent my childhood in one of these settings, and grew up comfortable with my own body from a young age with a healthy attitude towards nudity.
And and undoubtedly the gratifying experience of having a close community of excellent people to look after me, educate me things, and help me grow. So what about the children? I consider a child who’s introduced to or raised in a family naturist setting can possess a free-spirited youth and a greater likelihood of having more self-confidence and much greater body-approval than your average American!
Related: “Is Naturism Good for Kids?”
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Author of Nudist Blog. Co-founder of Naturist Portal. 3rd-generation nudie. Avid reader. Feminist. 70% vegan, 30% vegetarian. When I’m not busy eating, I’m writing about naturism, censorship, topfree equality, body image and other fun topics. I like comments, so plz leave a comment when you have got something to say!

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