I’ve just read this article http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/jul/23/cant-agree-with-naked-rambler
It’s an interesting take on public nakedness which some find offensive or embarrassing others don’t turn a hair.
I freely admit I’m not a naked person, well in the confines of my own home, but i certainly don’t wish all and sundry to see my bits.
No the naked form doesn’t embarrass me, though I do think there is good naked and not so good naked, and also once stripped bare it’s like someone looking inwards and finding all our imperfections, which in turn makes us feel vunerable.
Many females have poor body images and seek perfection which consists of surgery and if we read the magazines etc the quest for the body perfect is not always successful, were not perfect just human and that’s what should be celebrated, though couldn’t drag me to a nudist beach or stroll about naked.
It’s like at the gym you sitting on the bench and someone dries themselves in front of you and starts talking, but when you look up your always crotch level, personally I don’t wish to converse with a crotch and if you look uncomfortable you get this “were all the same naked” well not strictly true.
As for the naked rambler would you be affronted if you saw him walking down your street, again is it a matter of freedom of expression, sometimes I think we express ourselves too much.