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Christian Religion behind public nudity ban

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We are a married couple and we have been active nudists for 30 years. We have been working to make public nudity (in some areas) legal and during our research we have uncovered huge amounts of evidence that the Christian Church has been behind the banning of public nudity for 100s of years when there is no direct mention in the Bible that nudity is a sin much less something that should be banned. In fact we would argue that the wearing of clothing for the reason of hiding the body (God's creation) is very un-Biblical. We are Christians so this is not some "anti-Christian" thing but an effort to expose the conspiracy. We will both be on here later tonight and we would love to discuss the issue with any of you. Yes we know that this is probably not the most important conspiracy out there but is fun to discuss anyway. 

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Sicko creeps. Registered sex offenders and rapists child pornographers everywhere, and the fucking creepo cops who "register" them rather than killing them or keeping them in jail where they belong if they are allowed to live.

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It is quite ironic given that in their beliefs god created man in his image, yet we should feel ashamed of what god gave us and cover it up?  If it was so shameful why didn't he give us fur like all other animals?

In the 21st century we should try to leave religion behind.

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On 6/1/2020 at 5:45 AM, Trinity said:

yet we should feel ashamed of what god gave us and cover it up

There's too much plastic, and it doesn't come from God, and that which comes from God, they cut off, extract, or amputate.

On 6/1/2020 at 5:45 AM, Trinity said:

 If it was so shameful why didn't he give us fur like all other animals?

Presumably at some point in evolutionary history, man did have fur, or at least more fur than his present sparse body hair.

In the garden of Eden, a lush rain forest at the time, man ate a diet of fruit from some kind of tree or another and eventually lost his fur or body hair.

As he was "driven out" of the lush rain forest garden by vicious snakes to the savanna or desert, the soil was more difficult to cultivate, food from edible plants was scarcer and more difficult to obtain by the sweat of his brow, and he needed clothing for protection from the weather after having emerged from a forest so dense that sunlight scarcely touched the ground.

The shame is the desire or propensity to procreate together with the lack of means to support, defend, and protect oneself and one's family.

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1 hour ago, F-16 said:

There's too much plastic, and it doesn't come from God, and that which comes from God, they cut off, extract, or amputate.

Presumably at some point in evolutionary history, man did have fur, or at least more fur than his present sparse body hair.

Well if god created us in his image, and he is eternal, doesn't that mean hes a furry?

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On 6/9/2020 at 8:17 AM, Trinity said:

if god created us in his image, and he is eternal, doesn't that mean hes a furry?

I suppose Humans are all "furries" if by "furries" you mean mammals that bear fur rather than feathers like birds or scales like fish or reptiles or slime like amphibians to protect their skin.

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