Difference between revisions of "Main Page"
|Line 1:||Line 1:|
<br /><br />
<br /><br />-<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />, , /.. [://./..//./.?=, <br /><br /><br /><br /></><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />. .</><br /><br /><br /><br /></><br />. .<br />&; ...///////://.] , </><br /><br /><br /><br />, -. </><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />. //////////.///////-.., , <br />.<br /><br />.<br />
Revision as of 19:58, 31 May 2020
sexuality, as opposed to promoting healthy body approval.50
36. Entire nudity is antithetic to the complex semi-porn of the fashion industry.
Julian Robinson observes, "modesty is so intertwined with sexual desire and the requirement for sexual display--
fighting but at precisely the same time re-kindling this desire--a self-perpetuating process is inevitably set in motion. In
fact modesty can never actually achieve its greatest end except through its disappearance. Hiding under the cloak of
modesty there are to be located many essential components of the sexual urge itself." 51
At various times in Western history distinct parts of female human body have been eroticized: bellies and
bellies). Underwear design has historically highlighted these erogenous body parts: corsets in the 1800s deemphasized
the midriff and highlighted the breasts--using materials including whalebone and steel; the crinoline in
the mid 1800s emphasized the waist; as well as the bustle, appearing in 1868, accentuated the buttocks.53 Bathing suit
E.B. http://www.nccu.edu/leaving.cfm?destination=teennudist.site writes: "When primitive folks are unaccustomed to wearing clothes, placing it on for the
first time will not decrease their immorality, as the ladies of missionary societies believe it will. It has only the
opposite effect. It draws attention to the body, particularly for all those parts of it which are covered for the very first time." 54
Rob Boyte notes wryly that "textile individuals, when they do strip in front of others, generally do it for fire, and find
the bikini layout tanlines attractive. This is reminiscent of the scarification practiced by primitive societies, and
shows how clothing designs become a fetish of the body." 55 Havelock Ellis writes: "In Case the conquest of sexual
Want were the first and last factor of life it'd be more practical to prohibit clothing than to prohibit
38. The fashion industry depends on the sex appeal of clothes.
Peter Fryer writes: "The changes in women's fashions are basically determined by the need to keep
men's sexual attraction, and therefore to transfer the principal zone of erotic display once a given part of the body has
been saturated with attractive power to the point of satiation. . . .
39. Differences of clothes between the sexes focus attention on gender differences.58
Shrink J.C. Flugel writes: "There appears to be (particularly in modern life) no vital element in the
nature, customs, or functions of both genders that will necessitate a dramatic difference of costume--other than the
desire to accentuate sex differences themselves; an accentuation that chiefly functions the end of more easily and
Often arousing sexual passion." 59
40. Many psychologists believe that clothing may initially have developed, in part, as a way of
focusing sexual attention.60
41. Partial clothing is more sexually stimulating (in generally unhealthy ways) than total nudity.
" http://www.bis.au.edu/forum/index.php?thememode=mobile&redirect=https://teennudist.site is, the more significance attaches to its absence and the
more consciousness is generated about any connection between the two states." 61 Elizabeth B. Hurlock notes that "it is
unquestionably a well known fact that familiar things arouse no interest, while concealment brings enchantment and
Sparks curiosity . . . a draped figure with only enough covering to imply the outline, is far more alluring than a
totally nude body." 62 And Lee Baxandall detects, "the 'virtually'-nude beaches, where bikinis and thongs are
paraded, are more sexually titillating than a clothing-optional resort or beach. What exactly is natural is more fulfilling,
42. Modesty--notably imposed modesty--only adds to sexual attraction and want.64
Reena Glazer writes:
because they are publicly inaccessible; society additionally eroticizes the female breast by labeling it black to expose.
This element of the forbidden merely perpetuates the extreme male reaction female exposure allegedly
43. http://scripts.cac.psu.edu/staff/d/p/dpn3/cgi-bin/axs/ax.pl?https://nudismvideo.site (requiring women, but not men, to wear tops) creates an unhealthy obsession
the encouragement of unneeded cosmetic surgery for breast augmentation, and avoidance of essential
breast examinations by girls.