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  • How To Discuss Nudity Without Scarring Your Kids

    Interesting article, though not from a nudist point of view, it strikes right at a basis of nudist principles.

    How To Discuss Nudity Without Scarring Your Kids

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/1...n_6391872.html

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    I already scarred my kids when I decided to become a nudist way too late in life, and yes, they all seen me naked. That's why I cover for them now.

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    • #3
      Scaring or Scarring? I suppose kids who are taught to be afraid of nudity might be scared, but scarred? They are either being overly dramatic, or are spelling challenged.

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        IMHO, that "child psychotherapist" Dr. Fran is scary. She said something like when your daughter sees dad and touches his penis, the parents should tell the kid that now that they have touched daddy and can tell that it feels good, they can now set boundaries. "Feels good????" Really??? That "Doctor" really doesn't get it. That is scary that she is acting like a professional that understands when she doesn't.

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          Yeah, the "feels good" comment was rather odd. And she did seem like a rather scary person - and whatever the show is she's a panelist on sounded very strange. I tried to be generous and interpret her comment as not having a sexual implication, just that the child touched the thing and it was not unpleasant to the touch - it's a dangly, fleshy, squeezy thing. It was good to see Felicity from YNA included in the panel, but she really needs to up the quality of her web cam.

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