Eight Things to Know About Nudity and Your Family

Getting naked with your kids.

Posted May 05, 2019.

I read this article and I think is important to share this information about NUDITY but now in family and society level, or we can say mental way and Lea Lis is a Psychiatrist, reflect on this and like I always advice do your own research.

I believe that nudity should be treated as something natural, but unremarkable. Parents will be comfortable with different degrees of nakedness, depending on their own background and body image. Some families are comfortable showering or visiting saunas together. Others may be more comfortable only being naked around same-sex members. Still other parents may be reluctant to undress in front of a child, much less hold a conversation while nude. But remember that your attitudes towards nudity will shape your child’s future in a variety of ways.  

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Children have a natural curiosity about nudity. Being naked around your children—whether occasionally or regularly—can teach them what a “normal” adult body looks like. Modeling comfort with and respect for your body can become a basis for a healthy body image as your child grows and experiences the changes of adolecense.

Here are some tips for handling nudity in your family that Lis advice.

  1. Be explicit about the fact that there are different cultural rules around nudity. How nudity is handled varies across cultures and even across families. In some northern European communities, whole families will hot-tub together naked. In Germany, some public pools allow kids to swim naked until the age of 6; adults may frequently strip down on beaches or in parks. Elsewhere, however, we find numerous restrictions on when one can undress and in front of whom. Explaining such differences to children will help them develop an understanding of appropriate behavior in their own cultural context, as well as an ability to refrain from judgment when faced with different customs or beliefs.
  2. Be explicit about situational rules as they come into play. Being naked is normal in some situations and inappropriate in others, even within your own family. When children are young, they have not developed a sense of modesty based on cultural prescriptions and do not care who sees them naked. Eventually, though, they will need to manage the display of their body in expected ways, and parents can help children learn to do this without instilling a sense of shame. During the early years, they can have opportunities to see you naked. You may want to bathe together, as they will need help anyway. Request privacy when you want it, however, as when using the toilet. Children should also learn that nakedness will make people uncomfortable in some situations, as when visitors are present. Nakedness will be natural and expected in some places, such as in the bathroom or bedroom when changing, but out-of-place in the kitchen.
  3. Set patterns and expectations early. Opposite-sex nudity within the family is not unacceptable or traumatizing if it occurs early and within appropriate contexts, for example. For men or gay men raising daughters in the U.S., for example, nudity will not be shocking if it was treated as normal during the early years. The same goes for opposite-sex siblings (although care should be taken from very early on to teach siblings to uphold stricter boundaries when their friends are present in the home).
  4. It’s OK to politely compare bodies and ask questions. Develop a sense of ease and comfort with your own body and with responding to questions. Your young children will look at your body, comparing it to their own or to your partner’s body. They may ask questions about breasts, penises, or pubic hair, and parents should respond factually (breasts provide milk for babies, hair provides cooling protection, because adults’ bodies are warmer, etc.). This process also teaches children when it is acceptable to look at other people’s bodies and what types of comments can be made.
  5. Use nudity as a teaching moment. Teach your child the correct names for each body part—penis, vagina, vulva, breasts, buttocks, etc. Learning the proper words will aid in their understanding of anatomy and cut down on confusion. It will also keep your child safer. If a child learns to differentiate between body parts, he or she will also be able to differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate touches. An accidental touch on the buttocks during play is very different from someone attempting to touch the vulva—but if this whole area is referred to as a “bum bum,” the child will have difficulty both interpreting and communicating about the behavior of others. With older children, nudity can also spark conversations about the changes to expect during adolescence.
  6. Keep eroticism out of the picture. Being naked, even with a partner present, does not mean that it is OK to be sexually expressive. Do not rub or touch a partner in sexually explicit ways, as this may confuse a young child.
  7. Follow the child’s lead. By adolescence, self-consciousness about nudity usually develops regardless of how a child was raised. Some adolescents may want to accompany a parent into a steam room naked or go skinny-dipping with the family—others will not, even if they were OK with it in the past. Respect such decisions, and use cues to determine their comfort level even if nothing is stated directly. Some children may be uncomfortable with either their own nudity, or yours, in earlier years as well. Honoring a younger child’s feelings can be done in sex-positive ways: for example, abiding by requests to bathe separately at a certain age, but not to hide your nakedness in your own bedroom or bathroom.
  8. Cultivate lifelong attitudes. Comfort with one’s naked body translates into healthy behaviors later in life. Confidenceself-esteem, and body image are intertwined. Your child is watching how you respond to changes in your appearance or health, how you handle aging, and the ways that you are influenced by cultural ideals of beauty, masculinity, or femininity. Notice if you criticize yourself in front of your child. Even if you lack self-esteem, you do not necessarily need to pass that on. When appropriate, talk about the differences between the bodies you see in magazines or on television and the body that you have. Frame behaviors like dieting in terms of health rather than just appearance.



Around the world, different traditional days are celebrated, some others that are considered official, such as in the United States, are recognized as OFFICIAL 21 of these days.

Others are rather personal and family level as is the wedding anniversaries and although there is also the influence of cultures or traditions including pagans are the birthdays.

We know that many celebrations call him “Religious” or “Christians”, others and recognizing Impacting People in History, some are beneficial for workers since they are paid for not working that day generally speaking and depending on companies or corporations.

The issue is that holidays and celebrations have been a fundamental part of human society throughout the world more in some countries since some celebrate things that for example here in the United States do not celebrate certain days or that are not recognized as Officials.

Having said all this and no matter what religion you practice or your personal beliefs I have to share a feeling that if you reflect well you will notice a common denominator.
But before I say it, I will ask these questions first, they will take us to the Common Denominator.

Why do you celebrate the holidays? Just because others do it? Do you know what you celebrate?
But the most important question of all is and in particular certain days is; Why has the government set these holidays and who benefits from all this?

Mostly and through generations, people, in general, observe days just because others do it or tradition or just some don’t care about point. Now some days do not affect you to say so because it simply does not involve, for example, free days at work or any celebration through parties on the street or at homes such as race day or the birth of a President-elect.

But what about the day of fathers or mothers, the famous Holloween or day of the witches or the saints or the dead according to the country, the day of thanksgiving and the most famous Christmas next to the New Year.

What do these days we just mentioned have in common?

It involves time and, above all, economic expenses.

Then we return to the original questions read them again they are now realizing where my address is. Well, I will confess that if some religious implications or beliefs are simply not based on Christianity as they want to project and the most outstanding thing about this is that even the same religion as Catholic in their encyclopedias admit this. So it is already clear that point and in my next articles, I will explain more details about the origins of these days what people believe and if it is correct or not.

In the United States, people are only projected to spend more than 10 billion dollars on Holloween alone and now imagine Christmas but also credit cards billions of dollars in debts with interest because people simply do not have the cash to spend on gifts or other related things.

So and to get to the point, I will express in short the answers to the questions we mentioned at the beginning?

The first thing is that if you are a person who is interested in knowing the truth of the things that do your research on this and other issues that affect it, it is Educational, Religious and Economically.

Second; Once well informed act according to what you know now with practical wisdom because the truth is that all these days of Christians have nothing but COMMERCE, the more days or observations more money for companies and the government for taxes to be paid and credit card companies realized, while you are a slave to them. Reason with me for a moment.

If I know that for example Christmas is based on an alleged Santa Claus or that the child Jesus was born in December but his research reveals that this is false, then because being a slave to something that has nothing to do with God and that if you He wants to make a gift when he can and from the heart, not because one day he tells him what he has to do.

And people do not realize that this is not sincere, some people never seek their mothers or fathers and come and make their gift and already think they did their duty.

Thanksgiving, they pray to God supposedly once a year but that is supposed to be done every day another HYPOCRISIES.

And the day of the witches or dead the famous Holloween, spirits, demons and witchcraft brutal murders and that is what their children celebrate and adults too and I do not want to say what they seem, well although it is a personal matter but if after all these factors I think there is nothing more to say. So what do you think now?






There is always talk of domestic violence or abuse from men to women and it is true that the percentage is much more but in recent years since the decade of the 90s there has been an explosion not only domestic violence but even arrests a 50% increase in women and young people who have participated in this type of behavior. There is no doubt that due precisely to the abuse of the same man and female liberation plus the form of parenting or divided homes and many other factors has caused this explosion, and the point is that you and I almost never see in the television or newspaper media that talk about this but it is a REALITY that is happening especially in European countries like Spain and here in the United States. But then I will give more detailed information and other experiences on this subject and especially what we can do especially parents and people who are victims of this. There is no doubt that a video or images speak for a thousand words there I leave an example on this.