Note: The language in this post could be called “Explicit” so reader discretion is advised.
As followers of my blog know, I write about nudity. For example:
Nudity was reserved for the bedroom or the bathroom. So it was… interesting… to be naked in a room that was neither. Walking around the living room, I felt like I was seeing it with new eyes. I felt like, all my life, I had been wearing a “Clothes Filter,” and now the filter was off. My eyes were as naked as my body.
~Being Naked Outside
Because of my Catholic faith, I don’t want to shy away from subjects like nudity. As a Catholic, I’m supposed to be a light in a dark place:
“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”
~Matthew 5:14 — 16
And that means talking about subjects considered by many to be taboo or indecent.
Which brings me to a blog I discovered weeks ago but, for the longest time, was not sure how to feel about. Until now.
Specifically, I’m talking about this blog post: I love being naked!
Below are excerpts from that post, and my thoughts on them:
…it’s such an awesome feeling. Having nothing touching your skin. Being able to touch anything you wanna touch, with nothing in the way. It’s looooove.
I understand. And I agree.
Being naked can be an awesome feeling. It can be nice to have nothing touching your skin. To be completely free.
“God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.”
“And the man and his wife were both naked and were not ashamed.”
It’s so sexy! Cuz that’s obviously what it’s all about. Being naked turns me on. Like big time. It makes me wanna touch myself all over all the time. And sometimes I do.
Once again: Perfectly understandable.
When you are naked, not only are you showing all of yourself, your body is preparing to give all of itself.
What do I mean? I mean this: Sex is an act of giving. The woman receives the man. The man enters the woman. The two become one.
“…a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.”
That’s why you want to sexually excite yourself when you’re naked: Your naked body is telling you “It’s time for sex.”
…I can get myself so increeeeeeeedibly turned on I can barely get myself to stop being naked any more.
There’s an old saying: “Too much of a good thing is a bad thing.”
I don’t say that to come across as the stereotypical religious scold…
…I say that to tell you, belle noowelle: Don’t allow your nudity to become too much of a good thing.
There could come a day when you regret the choice to be naked.
And I don’t want that day to come.
I want being naked to be something that changes your life for the better in ways that you continue to discover throughout your long and happy life.
I know that might sound corny, but it’s true. I want you to be happy, belle noowelle.
Being naked is so cool. It helps with getting naughty, it makes me feel sexy, and it makes lame Sundays so much more interesting. Try it!
belle noowelle, your honesty and openness is attractive.
You don’t have to be naked to come across as sexy. You are sexy by just being your unashamed and positive self.
What I’m trying to say is: You’ve found something that brings you joy, and you want to share that joy with others, so that they may have what you have. And, to me, there is nothing more beautiful than that.
To conclude this post:
May being naked continue to bring you a feeling of freedom.
May your orgasms always be shattering.
May the people in your life always look beyond your naked body, appreciating your naked soul, too.
And, when all is said and done, may you look back on the life you have lived with no regrets, knowing that all the choices you made ultimately brought you to where you wanted to be, even if you didn’t know where it was that you wanted to be.
“He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart…”