What people who are naked have to know:
To be naked is to make a choice. The choice is to not wear clothes.
To be naked is be vulnerable. A person who is naked is, implicitly, saying “See me. All of me.” Of course, just by being naked a person isn’t revealing everything about who they are. A person is more than their body. But a person who is naked is more vulnerable physically and, I would say, more vulnerable emotionally, than a person who is clothed.
Vulnerable physically: A person’s entire body is exposed. Including their sensitive reproductive organs/orifices.
Vulnerable emotionally: For example: A person who is naked wonders “Are people seeing me? Or are people only seeing my penis/vagina/abs/legs/waist/biceps?”
If, for example, on a warm day a woman is taking a walk around her house in order to enjoy the sun on her skin, she should be doing so knowing that she is in a safe place. Even if another person is present in the house, the woman should not fear for her safety. She should be at peace. My point being: A safe environment must be made for people who are naked.
If you’re around other people who are naked, too, and you feel that you are starting to see such people less as the human beings they are and more as a means to attain physical pleasure, than for your well-being and the safety of others, remove yourself from that environment.
There’s a reason God made our bodies so pleasing to the senses: Our bodies bring new life into the world. The beauty and power of life-giving is reflected in the vessels — our bodies — which bring that new life into the world and nurture it.
The two shall become one. (Genesis 2:24)
What else should people who are naked know? Let people know in the comments section.