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IN Lifestyle ON 01 Dec, 2015
I was having my morning cup of coffee reading news online when an article caught my eye. It said that it is okay to be bare in front of your children. And I was like shocked to hell. In her article, Kate De Brito talks about being unclothed at home and not freaking out when your children walk in. When I reached the end of the article, I was totally convinced and gave a thought to it.
You have been hiding your body from your children. But you should not be doing that any more. What are you hiding ? Those children came out of that vagina and they must have breastfed on those bosoms, so how does that become a big deal when they are aged four?
She is not embarrassed to be naked in front of them. In year 7, she just stripped off naked in front of everyone in the changing room while everyone else and rest of the class huddled behind three towels.
She never wanted them to be embarrassed of their bodies, so she showed them that she was not embarrassed of hers.
If they see her vagina, they might not freak out about their own vaginas when they realise that they look different to other vaginas(in case of daughters).
Her children cover their eyes and say,"Oh my God mum, that is so gross, put on some clothes." If they don't like that, they just get the hell out of room according to her.
She shares that she used to have bath with her kids but now they don't want to bath with her. while co-bathing is out, nud!ty is not. It is quite a debatable topic, while most of the parents would disapprove this view, exposing children to nud!ty at home may help them in embracing their sexuality in a better and positive way.
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