Nudity

So, the first time I saw an adult male naked. It was the time when I was studying to become a nurse, in Corfu Greece, in 1991. I was 18 years old at the time (and still a virgin — but not for long, as I got engaged 6 months later). Poor man, he just had a surgery, and the next thing he had to endure was 16 female to-be-nurses looking at his crotch, erm, I mean his surgery near by — females with ages ranging from 15 to 18.

Now, someone might get turned on by the idea of getting scrutinized by teenagers, but that guy was in living terror! I could see it in his eyes, he was extremely uncomfortable, almost to the point of start crying… I wonder why some people are having problems with nudity. I even heard recently that some women don’t feel comfortable with doctors. Oh, come on…

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Ivan wrote on October 16th, 2007 at 11:41 AM PST:

Nudity is culturally defined, and so is morality. Here in Belgium, they will never show men full frontal in public, while fully naked women are on billboards on public places. I’ve been told by a friend who’s married to a Greek girl that in Greece, you’ll see phallusses in public places. Not so in Belgium, oh no, that would be pornography.


mikesum32 wrote on October 19th, 2007 at 12:12 AM PST:

Let’s all get naked and go streaking !


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