If wearing a Bikini is accepted as decent than being seen in underwear is not indecent. A good wholesome society accepts the wearing of bikini’s & underwear in appropriate places as a standard of reasonable decency.
Pragmatic common sense applies, different attire for different societal locations.
The question of dress standards is not a ‘Moral Law’ concern, it is simply a societal issue founded upon ‘Reality-Based-Ethics’. And there is nothing unethical about wearing underwear or a bikini. It’s more about personal societal perception about how people feel comfortable with themselves and others. Even swimming naked is okay, when other people around them feel equally comfortable with naked reality. It is not okay when other people around the swimmer are not comfortable with naked swimming.
It is reasonable for society in populated areas to establish dress standards, by a sense of common-sense perception. And for reasons of cleanliness and common-sense protection. It is not reasonable that a fixed dogma religion sets those perception standards. Anti-Freedom Islam is obsessed with dictatorial dress standards, to the extreme point of brutally flogging people that do not comply with their extremist ‘Sharia Law’ mentality.
The issue of dress standards is a societal values standard. Early Australian Native Aborigines were very comfortable with walking around naked for over 50,000 years, and they lived free without any sense of guilt. For in truth, there was nothing wrong with their lifestyle. Their history is far more peaceful, less cruel, less violent than the evil history of Europe and Asia and the American lands North and South.
Blue Light reveals we all suffer from inhibitions in one way or another. This fact acts like a prison guard and restricts us from living true to our potential self. In 1999, Renee Russo, one of my favourite actresses, spoke of her modeling days sitting with Scandinavian models… “Who,” she said, “were completely naked and didn’t even realise it. In America, we’re so uptight about sex and these girls were so free with their bodies. I always thought that was such a wonderful way to be…I would like to say, ‘Oh yes, I’m a healed person,’ but I think for the rest of my life this is something I will have to fight.” (i)
“I’ve worked with some of the most beautiful men and women in the entire world. But it’s like they say, ‘Pretty is as pretty does.’ If you don’t have a good heart, I don’t care what you look like,” said Renee Russo 1999. # (i)
# Reference extracts from The Sunday Telegraph magazine, Sydney Australia, October 17th, 1999, Renee Russo comments given to journalist, Lesley O’Toole.
(i) Ivarsson, Allan. PHILOSOPHICAL INTELLIGENCE: Blue Light Defiance ‘History repeats itself time and again’ (Kindle Locations 8632-8643). Blue Light Publications. 2017 Kindle Edition. Amazon.com …Also available in Paperback printed in colour.
“Society still hasn’t figured out the right answer to what is ‘True Morality’. Even Christianity, Judaism and Islam cannot get it right, they waver in fields of extreme, in variance to each other.” (ii)
(ii) Ivarsson, Allan. FLAT EARTH: Blue Light Defiance ‘Moral Law’ (Kindle Locations 4542-4544). Blue Light Publications. 2017 Kindle Edition. Amazon.com … Also available in Paperback printed in colour.
“‘Christian Values’ is like ‘Moral Law’ they keep changing and shifting in value standards, generation after generation.” (iii)
(iii) Ivarsson, Allan. FLAT EARTH: Blue Light Defiance ‘Moral Law’ (Kindle Locations 4515-4516). Blue Light Publications. 2017 Kindle Edition. Amazon.com
The meaning of morality keeps changing century after century, being different in numerous cultures, because there is no correct definition of what is moral and what is not moral. It is far wiser to dump thinking about things in terms of morality and think more pragmatically using common sense as to what is right or wrong by the guidelines of ‘Reality Based Ethics’. (iv)
Even Nudity is not about morality, to be naked is not immoral, its rejection in public, is more about pragmatic common sense and societal propriety, including cleanliness, using ‘Reality Based Ethics’ as a guideline founded upon ‘Cosmic Law’. (iv)
To understand ‘Cosmic Law’ learn more about ‘Cosmicism’ in future readings, to view its nature and character, and how it is determined to be a truthful foundation. (iv)
(iv) Ivarsson, Allan. INSANITY OF HATE: Blue Light Defiance ‘Satanic Verses from the ‘Old Testament’ (Kindle Locations 6996-7006). Blue Light Publications. 2017 Kindle Edition. Amazon.com … Also available in Paperback printed in colour.
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