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Should public nudity be legal?
Public nudity should be legal.
Nudity is comfortable and often times more so than being clothed.
Public nudity would benefit the environment.
Clothing is used to signify status and authority in society, which creates rigid social hierarchies. Legalising public nudity will decrease the probability of clothing being used a social marker, and reduce social inequality.
There is a beauty to the human body in its many forms. As such allowing nudity would add to the aesthetics of public areas.
Preventing people from expressing themselves freely in public is a breach of liberty.
Social relationships and social climate would be improved by legalizing public nudity.
On the ground of physical harm, it makes no sense to keep public nudity, which doesn't cause any harm, illegal when confirmed harmful substances, like alcohol, remain legal.
Nudity has health benefits.
Exposure to nudity is
to be harmful to children.
Legalizing public nudity would create or deepen cultural barriers and rifts between countries.
Public nudity would cause offense among many people.
Law should reflect the norms of the society. Clothing has been around for so long that it's become
of most human societies.
Legalizing nudity may lead to more sexual harassment and even sexual assaults.
There are already
where people can be naked in public. As to respect everyone's opinion and differences, this shouldn't be extended to the whole public space.
Most people consider nudity as sexual. Frequent occurrence of bared bodies would make a shift in thoughts, focus and everyday socialization. It would make us see each other as sexual beings.
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