Earn money for sharing stories that matter to you on Zegist. Make new friends, discuss your opinions openly or anonymously and enjoy conversations. At what age should children be stopped from walking around naked image. Should a child be allowed to walk around naked in this time and age? Back when we were going up, before the emergence of pedophiles and serial rapists who victimize children. Times are changing so we need to change with time too. If it is a preventive method, then by all means kids should stop walking around naked. If the parents can afford to buy clothes for their children, why should they be playing or walking about naked? Let everyone be properly dressed whether children or adults.
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After school, he likes to take off his pants, recline on his stuffed animal chair and watch an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants while snacking on cheese-flavored crackers. Nicola, 44, said affectionately. Alex asked his sister and her friend to paint his fingernails and then suggested a fleshier canvas. Put nail polish on my bottom! Nicola said. The girls obliged, and after creating a shapely pink masterpiece, ran down to the kitchen to confess to their mothers. For many parents, allowing a child to run around naked at home is perfectly natural, an expression of physical freedom that represents the essence of childhood, especially in the summer. But for others, unclad bodies are an affront to civility, a source of discomfort and a potentially dangerous attraction for pedophiles. These clashing sensibilities can create conflict, even when the nudity in question takes place at home. Often, the differences in viewpoint are generational.
So are my days of casual nakedness at home over? Nobody touches it. Approach things in a calm, open-minded way, so that your child will be more comfortable coming to you later about issues surrounding their private areas without feeling shameful. As for when being naked in front of your kid should end, I think it happens naturally around school age. Deborah Harms, Ph. It may also lead to nudity being completely normalized for them; thus, they may not acknowledge that their bodies are private. All they see is that theirs is small.