Work naked.

Once or twice a month I try to work from home. It’s not just environmentally friendly (no car so no fuel so no exhaust gas), but it’s also very liberating to do so. Because when I work from home, I work naked. If I don’t have to go outside I stay unclothed as much as possible. The exceptions are when I feel cold or sick. Then staying warm is more important, but there are ways to stay warm without ‘real clothes’. A fluffy bath robe makes a big difference then. But usually that’s not necessary.

I’m not the only one who likes to work naked. I know of several others who prefer it that way. A surprise however could be these people who also like to work naked:

working naked in a mine
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Did you know this actually happened? Not lately of course. Health and safety would forbid it, if they survived the heart attack from hearing about it.

For now I’d be happy if there was a nude day at work.

Unfortunately, with today’s attitude towards the naked body, that will be a while. Until then I’ll work nude when I’m at home.

Do you ever work naked? At home? At work? Somewhere else? I’m always happy to hear what other people do, and how they manage it. It’s all about sharing ideas and motivating others, you know.

Stay happy. Stay nude.

Male nudity and the collective unconscious « home clothes free

Via male nudity and the collective unconscious « home clothes free:

I have been thinking about the greater amount of men versus women who are practicing nudists. After viewing a couple of vintage videos that showed that up until recently is was much more socially aceptable for men than women to participate in nude activities.  I wondered if male nudity is something embedded deeply in the collective unconscious of humanity.

The collective unconscious is a concept developed by psychologist Carl Jung. It posits the idea humanity has collective unconscious mind that independently shapes and organizes human experiences. This consists of universal inherited preexisting forms, images and representations shared by every culture and group of people in human kind. When these representations are personified Jung calls them Archetypes. Following that thought I am suggesting that one of those universal representations is the nude male.

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