my life, as seen through the eyes of Philosophical Judaism
Well, your question is interesting, especially considering that you wrote it at 2am. I lived next to a nudist colony for a few years, and although the colony was surrounded by trees so nothing was visible, you could still see the cars going in. No one lived at the nudist colony; they used it as an escape from regular society, and it was mostly comprised of old men and women from the Hippie era. I think that your question misses an important aspect, that is especially important for women. Arousal is not just physical, it can be spiritual attraction, emotional attraction, intellectual attraction, etc. That's why you see the most attractive people in the world only being married a short time, and the ugliest of them all being able to be married forever.
"Well, your question is interesting, especially considering that you wrote it at 2am."- I know this is going to sound not how it should sound but, well, I was doing some research, I got really interested in the subject! In a way, they seem to be right- all our sociological barriers we set around us make us approach sex in an unhealthy/over-mysterious way. If everyone were naked for example, things would be a lot more natural! But then again, we are not animals, our chemical biology is different from all of them, and we don't have sex quite like any of them. It's not all our doing, we were made like that...nudity really is a fascinating subject. If you walked into school and everyone was naked it would definitely be a little weird, yet all animals are always naked, etc.צריך עיון(eng.- More research needs to be done. ...no, not that kind of research, silly! : P ).עבד
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