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outlawauron said:
By your standards VGP, I probably am.

OK, let's ask a specific example then. If you saw a woman breastfeeding her child in public/in the middle of the street, would that bother you?



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VGPolyglot said:
outlawauron said:
By your standards VGP, I probably am.

OK, let's ask a specific example then. If you saw a woman breastfeeding her child in public/in the middle of the street, would that bother you?

The only bothersome thing about a woman breastfeeding in public is that the child covers the nipple like a blanket :(

I know you weren't asking me, but I figure why not chime in.



VGPolyglot said:
outlawauron said:
By your standards VGP, I probably am.

OK, let's ask a specific example then. If you saw a woman breastfeeding her child in public/in the middle of the street, would that bother you?

That would be a better example if not for the fact that some adults are so disgusting when eating in public that babies look good doing it by default



Neodegenerate said:
Prude, no. Pervert, absolutely.


CrazyGamer2017 said:
Nope not prude at all, nudity is totally natural, it's clothes that are the artificial thing. The problem is that nudity has become a crime and something is very wrong there.
I don't know why society has made nudity a crime and to really make things illogical, some parts of the body are fine in the nude. You can see people's legs, feet, arms, chest (for men) etc but not genitals as if those were not as much part of the body as the rest.

My theory is that religion is the origin of this illogical behavior and while religion has seriously receded in the west, the notion that nudity is sinful or evil or not appropriate for humans has remained as a residual belief.

Yeah, but there are practical reasons clothes are worn. I don't want to have to sit in public, in any of the myriad places I normally would, in somebody's greasy ass stain. Restaurants, movie theaters, libraries, ect. Don't get me wrong. I love asses. But there's a time and place. The less essence of rectum I have to deal with on a moment to moment basis, the better.

 



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Neodegenerate said:
Prude, no. Pervert, absolutely.

QFT

PwerlvlAmy said:

TLDR version of the thread: ''We like porn'' lol

 

 

 

but then again...

 

(so do I)

Pff! I almost consider simply liking regular porn prudish!



I don't consider myself a prude, but I do think sex and nudity are more appropriate in some environments than others and there's something to be said for taste and execution as well. For example, I don't have a problem with tits or dong in my Game of Thrones, but I don't like seeing sad, thirsty, softcore shitposts on humor sites. Some people improperly equate discretion with prudishness, imo.



VGPolyglot said:
outlawauron said:
By your standards VGP, I probably am.

OK, let's ask a specific example then. If you saw a woman breastfeeding her child in public/in the middle of the street, would that bother you?

No. If she was bare-breasted, I would avert my eyes. But then again, I don't know how anyone parent who chooses to breastfeed can be weirded out by it.



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Neodegenerate said:
Prude, no. Pervert, absolutely.

Count me in on that, too.

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No, I like nudity in general, sex and the way women look. I don't like being shamed by religious people or sjws for liking things that I'm wired to like.

On the other hand, there's a time and a place for everything. In some cases, people really need to tone it down and in others, people need to relax.

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