What is your stance on public nudity? Should it be legal or illegal?

Leo Cooper
Leo Cooper

What is your stance on public nudity?

Should it be legal or illegal?

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Blake Morales
Blake Morales

Only if you're a hot woman.

Xavier Adams
Xavier Adams

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public area
Nude beach

Xavier Jenkins
Xavier Jenkins

make it happen

Dominic Flores
Dominic Flores

Illegal. How about public rape instead? It's working well for Sweden.

Jaxson Ortiz
Jaxson Ortiz

You know that's literally rape, right?

Logan Powell
Logan Powell

literally rape

That was one speedy penor insertion…

Aaron Wood
Aaron Wood

Against. Decorum has value and is in short supply.

Ryan Collins
Ryan Collins

You know they're literally fake, right?

Juan Parker
Juan Parker

Definitely for.

No one experiences any harm from seeing someone elses nude body. Browsers of chans should know that.

Using a gun to steal someones money, lock them in a cage, or kill them because they choose not to wear enough clothes is immoral. I am not willing to use violence on someone who doesn't wear what i want them too.

If nudity was decriminalized fully, I don't think many peoples stance on clothes would change much. They are protective and sanitary. The privacy is nice. I think most people would continue to wear clothes.

Choosing not to wear clothes could have consequences. IE. I bet people stay away from naked males. Are they crazy? Dangerous ? Might lose friends.

Also, the laws are just stupid. Can I a body suit that looks like a naked body? Can I be naked buy paint clothes on? Can I wear extreme little clothes? How little? Slit of clear tape over vagina and nipples? Wrap dick in foil? Can I wear totally transparent clothes?

We should stop using violence to decide social norms. Let voluntary association decide.

Jack Parker
Jack Parker

Let us beliebier

Christopher Reed
Christopher Reed

DOLLY CHAN.

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Gavin Long
Gavin Long

No one experiences any harm from seeing someone else's nude body.
pic related
Using a gun to steal someones money
it's called fine. If you want to live in society with other people, you should unerstand that there are certain rules that you should not break. Driving too fast in the village? Smoking at bus stop full of children? Being too noisy at night? If you do any of these things, someone should tell you that it's not good and you should stop, and you should get some small fine, imo something like 5-10 times of hourly rate at minimal wage should do nicely.

Choosing not to wear clothes could have consequences.
and this exactly is problem. What if some group of gypsies hassle some naked stronk wymyn and she would call the police? wouldn't it be wasting of public money?

Also, the laws are just stupid.
yes, they often are.

We should stop using violence to decide social norms.
violence is sometimes good and nice :^)

Tl;dr: Just because you are intelligent and rational thinking human being, you can not expect everyone around in the country to be same.

Logan Rogers
Logan Rogers

pic related.
The guy say his own naked body? I don't understand the harm that would occur in public seeing other peoples naked bodies? I see far more naked bodies than i ever asked for here. I believe I am okay but autist.

Its called fine
Its still ultimately using a gun to steal peoples money. There may be some cases where you find that justifiable. I think we shouldn't make laws we are not prepared to enforce with violence. I think this is a petty law. Its a victemless crime to be naked in public.

some gropu of gypies hassle some naked woman
Groups of men harrass women now. She should call the police. In Egypt being a woman in public is enough to be harassed. In america, being a woman in public is unnoticed. Its not clear we couldn't have nudity, or it would result in massive harassment… Europe has topless women. Egypt can't handle women. Harassment is a problem independent of clothing.

The consequences I meant would be different. Like you might not want to be friends with a naked guy. Doesn't look good for a job interview. Stores might now allow you in without clothes. Your friends, if you ahve them, may not allow you naked into their house. I meant voluntary social regulation rather than violent harrasment.

The laws are stupid
The laws being stupid and unenforceable are rational reasons not to have the law. When someone can circumvent your morality laws by tiny adjustments, perhaps your laws should be repealed.

Violence is sometimes good and nice
Can you point out an instance? Violence is almost always abhorent. Sometimes violence is necessary for self defense, but still a tragic situation. Almost always, aggressor, and defender would be better of doing something else. Instead of having a 500 Billion dollar military, lets spend that money domestically on new infrastructure, or etc. Imagine the non-violent possibilities. Instead of punching you in the face, I'd rather let you spend time making your hillarious memes Holla Forums while I read them.

Jeremiah Evans
Jeremiah Evans

I don't understand the harm that would occur in public seeing other peoples naked bodies?
not everyone have mind of 8channer. what about children?

Its a victemless crime to be naked in public.
I'm not sure about that. I can imagine that mental health of """autists""" or girls would not be affected in negative way if they would see ugly naked people of opposite gender on daily basis.

Europe has topless women.
In summer, at beach, sure, there is nothing wrong with that, but I have never seen topless woman in town.

Stores might now allow you in without clothes.
How can store discriminate you based on your legally good clothing?

The laws being stupid and unenforceable are rational reasons not to have the law.
The problem is every law can be forced on person.

Can you point out an instance?
When person makes inappropriate comment about my girl if i would have one he deserve punch. Also I can't imagine survival of homo sapiens sapiens without military.

Julian Robinson
Julian Robinson

In our (US) society, it's indecent and trashy to walk around nude in public places.

It's also significantly less sanitary than wearing clothes.

Hunter Harris
Hunter Harris

I don't understand the harm that would occur in public seeing other peoples naked bodies?
There is no intrinsic harm. There tons of nudist people. Any 'trauma' from seeing a naked person, is a result of cultural conditioning.

I'm not sure about that. I can imagine that mental health of """autists""" or girls would not be affected in negative way if they would see ugly naked people of opposite gender on daily basis.

Except for most of human history 220,000 years, humans have been nude. Clothing is a new feature. Aboriginal & indigenous people some how manage not to have impacted mental health due to ugly nudity.

In summer, at beach, sure, there is nothing wrong with that, but I have never seen topless woman in town.
Different contexts Of course. People can socially decide what they want. But still violent harassment is acceptable and occurs independant of clothing.

How can store discriminate you based on your legally good clothing?
Private Property. In fact most discrimination is legal in the US. There is a list of something like 19 federally protected characteristics (age, race … ) that you cant discriminate against in select activities (housing, hiering,..) . So , we would be free to deny naked people access to our houses.

The problem is every law can be forced on person.
Not every law is enforceable and non-stupid. A law that says I cannot think about elephants is unenforceable. Who can tell what I think about? A law that says I cannot go more than 65 on freeway is enforceable.. I can be measured to be traveling that fast. Clothing is midway between. But, we talked about all the ways to troll clothing laws. They desired effect, to enforce modesty and morality, is inachievable in the current context of our laws. We can make them stricter and make rules like no skin colored, tight clthing, no clothing with images of other nude people on them, no clear clothing…. Or abandon them.

When person makes inappropriate comment about my girl

I can tell you thats the wrong answer. Words are words. You can't beat up every guy that has a bad word to say about your girl. I'd rather walk away. It improves both my , my girls, and the strangers day. No one gets hurt, no one goes to jail. I don't have to explain to girl why last time I was willing to punch a 5'5" guy , but this time not the 7'2" guy. Violence only makes things worse. But defend yourself when you have to of course!

The laws are stupid, easily circumvent-able, must be enforced through violence, and are ultimately just an attempt to impose morality on people. People arn't up in arms because clothes are pretty practical.

Brandon James
Brandon James

legal for underclass of impure fuckholes and catamites

illegal for citizens

Benjamin Wood
Benjamin Wood

You are right on both accounts. But does that entitle you to impose that on other people through violence?

Jacob Hughes
Jacob Hughes

The states have the right to impose laws regarding public nudity, as well as other matters of public health and decency, as they see fit (within the limitations of the US constitution and their own constitutions, of course).

Asher Taylor
Asher Taylor

I didn't mean to imply legally do you. By no means is the system we are living under ethical.

I meant you with the correct (tm) view on clothing, get to use force to ensure that other people don't deviate from your views?

Tyler Thomas
Tyler Thomas

you with the correct (tm) view on clothing

You're obviously butthurt about this, which means you're probably a nudist. If not being able to walk around naked upsets you so much, then you should move to a place where it's acceptable, like a nudist colony (or Europe).

But to answer your quesiton: yes, in certain situations. For example, if you are naked and you walk into an area full of women or small children, I will use force to subdue you, and I will then call the police and have you arrested. If you are just walking down a city street naked, then I would just call the cops unless you tried to make advances on women and small children.

Adrian Brown
Adrian Brown

You're obviously butthurt about this, which means you're probably a nudist.
Not a nudist. I have considered it. Really unsure. Clothes are sanitary and practical. Butthurt about violations of individual liberty really.

move
No. When the government of iran says women must wear vails or be subject to forceful intervention, the answer is not tell the women to abandon their families and move if they want to have there human rights respected.

A better question, is why do you get use force to 'subdue' someone? If someone is harrassing women and children, I hope you, and all of us, are brave enough to intervene. If someone is peaceably walking through the streets, no one should intervene.

Dylan Perez
Dylan Perez

Butthurt about violations of individual liberty really

You do not have the right to expose yourself in public.

When the government of iran says women must wear vails or be subject to forceful intervention, the answer is not tell the women to abandon their families and move if they want to have there human rights respected.

That statement is untrue. Women in Iran do not have to wear veils. They must cover their heads, but in most areas of the country, it is acceptable to just wear a scarf-like object (I forget what it's called) that leaves the face open.

Even if Iranian women did have to wear veils, we were not talking about Iran, and you are not an Iranian female. Stop trying to confuse the issue.

A better question, is why do you get use force to 'subdue' someone?

Because I have both the ability and the will to protect those around me, and because I won't fall victim to the arguments of political correctness and let people expose themselves in public to women and children.

John Evans
John Evans

[unsolicited opinions on Israel???]

Ethan Russell
Ethan Russell

Legal but with a weight restriction.

Lincoln Morris
Lincoln Morris

You do not have the right to expose yourself in public.

Being naked is a victemless crime. Humans have been naked publically the majority of their time on earth. Why would I implicitly be denied the right? I have a right to do anything I want so long as I don't infringe upon the rights of others. Being naked doesn't cause harms to others.

Even if Iranian women did have to wear veils, we were not talking about Iran, and you are not an Iranian female. Stop trying to confuse the issue.

Why would Iranian females have different human rights than any other human on the planet? I am making analogy. Some people attempt to use force to demand more clothes, some people less. Some people don't use force to demand any (aboriginal, indiginous). Why is using force to demand I carry myself someway acceptable?

protect those around me
Protect them from what? In what way is nudity harmful. How where countless societies able to exist largely nude for the majority of human history?

I won't fall victim to the arguments of political correctness
In what way is an argument for individual liberty an argument for political correctness? I am not saying you can't say this or that. I am saying or believe anything you want. Even that nudity is immoral ,but that attempting to impose your beliefs and morals on others through force is wrong.

Fuck. completed capta like 17 times to post this.

Levi Davis
Levi Davis

Best just to have it illegal, not everyone is beach body ready.

Lincoln Edwards
Lincoln Edwards

LOOK AT THE PURE COINCIDENCE OF THE NOSE ON THAT ONE
Shit, /pol/ is really starting to get me

Mason Diaz
Mason Diaz

legal ofc. being naked doesn't violate the non-aggression principle anymore than wearing clothes does

Nolan Morales
Nolan Morales

So, I don't have the right. Is it a universal right? A right is what protects, guarantees someones right to do x,y,z; rights that are against the choices of others protect nothing, and aren't rights.

In other words, it's merely a law. And laws are plastic. Because laws are based on the opinions of what's subjectively moral. And that's cultivated from a mass of people who've been raised in a society whose rules were already set in stone, meaning nobody has any idea that what they believe, think, or say, was designed, not proven; and regimes make the rules, and the rules are made to only benefit the survival of the people who write them.

Prove me wrong, user. Whoever has written a law, was it not to benefit those who wrote them? Bonus Round: the societies you'll find allow public nudity. God Tier: the only societies that allow it aren't societies at all, but tribes!

Dylan Scott
Dylan Scott

I believe your talking about a Hijab Pronounced: he-zhab

Isaac Rodriguez
Isaac Rodriguez

Yeah, should be legal. At the very least women should be allowed to be topless. I don't even think this for a sexual reason, just seems reasonable.

Landon Cooper
Landon Cooper

this guy gets it

Logan Bell
Logan Bell

I don't mind it, whether it's in the middle of the city, at a nude beach or whatever.
They just need to acknowledge that people will stare and they should not be pissed off when they do.

Oh, and don't talk to me. But that goes whether or not you're clothed.

Wyatt Collins
Wyatt Collins

hot

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