Co-Ed Naked Philosophy by Will Forest
Now, only at that stage, a little “suspension of disbelief” is demanded. Ross is not fired, suspended or punished for this particular behaviour (or stunt), as would reasonably be expected. He gets away with it because he is a well-respected and skilled professor in his field of work. Additionally, the philosophy department is in danger of being removed due to low registration, but once word gets around about his nude course, pupils begin clamoring to enroll. Thus he is allowed to continue.
While some elements of the story may seem unrealistic, readers may be surprised to learn which ones are derived from real occasions. In one such instance, an individual is compelled to censor a replica of the David statue. The statue, located on his storefront yard, receives numerous complaints. This was the case in the same episode that took place several years past in the U.S.
The whole theory of unclothed education is also not that far off from reality. Another character, Professor Angela Saucedo, is in the midst of her research at a fictional middle school in Sweden. Only at that school, follow of a pupil’s life, from physical education class to school concerts, is conducted in the nude. As part of her research, she interviews the students about assurance and body image.
The results reveal genuine research findings on the subject of the favorable effects that naturism has on kids. While the idea of a unclothed school might appear preposterous, there was in fact a school in England where students and teachers were unclothed together, called the English Summerhill school. The school, founded in 1921, still exists now, but regrettably no longer has the social nudity aspect.
Needless to say there are adversaries to public nudity (the storyline would not be complete without them). The most memorable of these opponents were the members of the “Kids of the Lord Our God Fundamentalist Congregation.” Every once in a while they’d arrive to read from the Bible and openly scorn the naked sinners. The scenes are quite funny because we understand such people do exist, some of which believe that going to your nude beach is a grave sin.
The narrative continues with more poignant truths scattered throughout. In the discussion of the bare school, the topic of pedophilia comes up as a potential risk for the children. Angela says, “We’re not accustomed to thinking about kids and nudity that way, because our society has conditioned us to make the pedophile link mechanically.
How could not we think of it, when the only context for nudity and children that is ever presented in the media is pedophilia?” Anybody running a naturist youth camp for kids understands this to be accurate! In reality, http://nudenudist.com/tube/my-first-ever-time-going-really-nude-with-other-people-around/ to the heightened susceptibility of nudist resort goers, children are probably safer at a nudist resort than they would be at textile camps.
There are a lot of issues and ideas presented to discuss them all here. All in all, I might say this novel touts all the standard benefits and arguments given in favor of nudism and social nudity: body acceptance, physical relaxation, greater mind-body link, to name a couple of. It also refutes the common misconceptions folks use against it: that it is bad for kids, that nudity always equals sex, that the human anatomy is obscene, gross, black, and a lot more.
Nudity is analyzed and researched in many different circumstances, from unclothed beaches to schools to strip clubs. The novel certainly does its job in summarizing the naturist philosophy in relation to the human body. The chief criticism I have is that its storyline might be a bit inadequate to keep particular readers engaged. It’s full of lots of self serving inner dialogue, in order to get across so many of the core problems that pertain to social nudity. This novel does, however, offer a brand new method of looking at various aspects of social nudity along with a peek of what a body-positive universe might seem like!
Keep up with book news and writer Will Forest at his site, Unclothed Scribe.
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Co-Ed Naked Philosophy by Will Forest