Re: Female Nudity
Posted By: RasPaul Motingwa II In Response To: Re: Female Nudity (Ras Howard Henry)
Date: Sunday, 8 April 2012, at 9:00 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Female Nudity (Ras Howard Henry)
I asked what was the sign that someone is thinking about sex. I think the word I was looking for is 'arousal'. It is said to come easier for males; the flame of a man is like striking a match; the flame of a woman is like kindling a fire (more difficult). Actually, the word I was looking for is 'erection'! So if a man look at female nudity and feel even the slightest twitch, does that mean they are thinking about sex?
I'm having difficulty expressing myself on this topic; but I recently saw a picture of full frontal male nudity, after Googling an identical phrase that men would use when looking for 'entertainment.' (i.e. Men might Google for 'gorgeous nude images of women'; so I might have googled 'gorgeous nude images of men'!)
I was actually expecting to see some musclebound 'hunks', but was shocked/disgusted to see the men private parts too! I wondered if THAT is how women feel about men looking at female nudity; shocked and disgusted. So what's wrong with female nudity? What's wrong with male nudity? I think the man don't want to see a nude man, and the woman don't want to see a nude woman. But maybe, just maybe, the woman don't want to see a naked man either!
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