A return to nudity
In many ways,
wearing clothes is an insult to God.
We are born nude.
Our ancestors have invented clothes.
Now, human grooming shows that you should not be wearing them at all.
On this page, the term "nudity" includes partial nudity, where the genitals and buttocks are covered.
in all occasions.
Wearing clothes is unhealthy
Skin is a living organ that needs to be exposed
Your skin is the largest organ you possess.
Human skin is similar to the skin of most other mammals, but it is very similar to pig skin.
What most people know about skin often comes from ads and commercials.
When you study human skin; you recognize its complexities and marvel at its properties.
Human skin is not meant to be confined.
However, once you understand how it works, you realize that it is made to be in constant interaction with its surroundings; to adapt to it.
Your skin needs to breathe!
Clothes impede several vital functions
Wearing clothes interferes with the normal operation of many skin components, such as:
● TEMPERATURE REGULATION AND SWEAT
Human skin has one of the best cooling systems of all mammals.
But, it doesn't work while wearing clothes.
● THE NEED FOR SUN AND VITAMIN C
Skin needs direct sunlight to synthesize the essential vitamin C.
We resort to artificial substitutes instead.
● SKIN DESQUAMATION IS HAMPERED
Skin is supposed to shed its outer layers continuously, to replace them with fresh cells.
Clothes protect and preserve old skin cells.
● PROTECTING THE BODY AGAINST PATHOGENS
Skin forms a barrier between the organism and the environment preventing invasion of pathogens and chemical.
Regrettably, clothes create enclosed areas that favor pathogens.
These secluded places provide an ideal habitat for bacteria, that number roughly 1,000 species on the human skin
● OXYGEN ABSORPTION
The outermost cells of the skin are "almost exclusively supplied by external oxygen".
Clothes choke your skin.
Clothes damage the skin
You hurt your skin just by wearing any clothing, but the consequences are much worse in places where they cling to your body.
Even the loosest garments rub, chafe and irritate the epidermis.
Don't forget that you're wearing them for hours.
Elastic bands, belts, bras, ... cut right through the skin and you can see the marks they leave when you remove them.
What you don't see is the persistent folding beneath.
Shoes can be major culprits. If you feel any pain while you have them on, just imagine what torment your skin is enduring.
Wearing clothes has a perverse effect on our physical condition
Because humans hide their bodies; taking care of it loses some of its importance.
Why should you be concerned about something that you and others never see?
By not presenting your body in public, you are removing it from scrutiny and avoiding any criticism.
People feel accepted, even if they are fat or unfit, because they have nice new clothes to hide it all.
In this sense, wearing clothes has had disastrous consequences on the physical condition of our race.
Clothes create a barrier between you and your body
Clothes stop you from taking care of your body.
They hamper your natural urge to check manually what is bugging you.
When you groom regularly, you become very frustrated by their presence.
Grooming depends on responding quickly, with your nails, to any sensation emanating from your skin.
Clothes for protection only
If you're not wearing clothes for protection, why are you wearing them?
Vanity? To show-off? To hide your body?
There is only one acceptable reason to wear clothes.
Clothes can effectively guard your body against:
● Cold temperatures,
● Rainy and windy conditions,
● Intense sunlight,
● Wounds and injuries while working.
But, that's it.
You can question the motivations behind any other use of clothes.
The irony is that many people fail to wear clothes to protect themselves, with the expected consequences, because they want to look cool and attractive.
Wearing clothes to beautify yourself is aggressive and vain
Trying to show your superiority by concealing yourself behind beautiful clothes doesn't make sense.
It becomes a contest for the most outlandish costumes.
But, for people who aren't interested in such vanity, fancy clothes only display someone's fakeness, hostility and rivalry.
Wear simple, modern and non-ethnic clothing
Change your wardrobe for non-competitive clothing.
You can still look good when you wear ordinary clothes.
For women; say goodbye to fancy dresses and accessories.
For men; say no to suits and ties.
Make sure no brand name or lettering is present.
Go for single color clothing elements.
On your feet, only wear shoes you can run with.
But, most of all, stay away from any head-wear: hats, veils, caps, scarves, ...
Going towards nudity in the future
One day, most humans will consider clothes as unnatural.
There is no doubt in my mind that the humans of the future will try to wear as little clothing as possible.
They will have understood the benefits of exposing their skin to the elements and realized all the problems generated by wearing clothes.
Our prudish laws don't make sense, and I expect that our descendants will insist on their right to be nude.
There has to be a way to convince individuals who won't remove their clothing.
Our descendants may have to resort to mandatory nudity in some areas of society.
Wearing clothes when you don't need to is unfair, and people who do it have to be considered as cheaters.
Partial nudity, covering the genitals and buttocks;
an acceptable clothing compromise
Even if complete nudity seems essential in some situations, such as selecting a mate, it is generally not a acceptable:
● in areas where humans eat,
● while using public transport,
● while people work,
So, permitting partial nudity, where the sexual organs and buttocks are hidden with some clothing, should represent an adequate arrangement for all humans.
We want to de-sexualize the breast of women. so they should remain uncovered.
What would we see if everyone went nude?
It would be awful, pure horror.
You'd see the most hideous and unfit race of animals on the planet.
Flabby skin, un-toned muscles, unshapely bodies, sickly people, ... humans are individually ugly.
Prudish behavior and public decency
We have been raised in cultures where nudity is condemned.
Just like you, I would be offended if I saw someone nude on the street.
But we have to accept that we weren't born that way.
Young babies have no problem with nudity and often want to remove all their clothing.
Our prudish reactions were inculcated into us by our parents and surroundings, but now we have to fight these behaviors.
Clothes lead to over-sexualisation
I'm talking here about the over-sexualisation of our sexual organs caused by our hiding them from sight with clothing.
Humans react much too strongly when they see an attractive nude person.
In my opinion, this exaggerated response originates in our convention to conceal these organs at all times.
This secretive attitude creates a fixation that would not exist if they were publicly displayed.
Erotic clothing only compounds the problem with a teasing attitude.
The situation is worse in the case of the female breasts which are not considered as sexual organs by other primates.
Mammary glands have a function; feeding babies and they should return to this role as much as possible.
Over-sexualisation produces uncontrolled reactions and abnormal comportment in matters where respect is essential.
A need for change
Grooming will signal a change in attitude.
As more people groom, they will find the need to remove, at least part, of their clothing.
We have to admit that clothes and fashion have become exaggeratedly important in our societies.
Naturists have found a way to promote respectful behavior, I'm sure we could all go in that direction.
If there is one thing that humans know they are fundamentally wrong about,