Let’s get real. I have absolutely no problem with nudity, whether I’m the one on display or you are. I do not care if you are fat, skin & bones, or fit as a fiddle, I love all naked forms. The body should be celebrated, not shamed. Yes, I understand the need for clothing; Hygiene is always number one for me. I’m just saying, I have no problems seeing naked forms or being a naked form. That being said, I know not everyone feels the same way. I’m not going to reprimand you for that. I am however, concerned about this war on nipples.
Who is censoring the nipple and why? I think it’s safe to say that 100% of men would rather see the nipple, or at the very least are not offended by the sight of it. Whether these men identify as homosexual or heterosexual, I cannot for the life of me see how they would be offended. So are the women actually the ones behind this war? Are we censoring ourselves? More and more I’m starting to think this might be the case. What are your thoughts? Are we shaming other women because of a deep unhappiness within us? I can think of a few reasons why women might be the ones behind this, but I’d like to hear your thoughts.
Ideally it should be a woman’s right to show her nipples. If she wants to cover them, that is her right, but to have someone else impose that rule is so very insulting. I’d like to hear it from someone who is actually PRO censorship. I want to better understand why this is a good thing for you and how it makes you feel when faced with a bare breast.
Another important point that baffles my mind is that we censor sexuality so heavily yet are so open with violence. We shield our youth from the nipple & any talk about sex but we do not shield them from guns, knives, blood & gore, violent video games and action movies. I find it hard to believe that children are offended by the nipple. I think they learn that behaviour from adults. So who are we censoring the nipple for exactly?
I think we will eventually reach a point where the censorship itself will become more offensive than the nipple. Perhaps we’ll see a paradigm shift in our lifetime? Wouldn’t that be something.