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Nudity – I Got A Nude Attitude

“When I was growing up, in our house nudity was defined as the period of time between the shower and your towel.” – Amy Cohen

For some reason, the song New Attitude by Patti LaBelle started playing in my head when I saw that the Tell Me About prompt was nudity. The chorus of the song ends in, “I got a new attitude,” hence the title of this post. And, it does seem to coincide with how nudity has changed for me over the years.

A HOUSE OF RELIGION

Growing up, nudity was precisely as Amy Cohen described. I was naked in the shower and while changing clothes. Walking around naked was not an option. Maybe, I was never a fan of clothes because I walked around in as little clothes as I possibly could. A tank top and panties was my usual attire around the house and it still is. I get yelled at to put some more clothes on.

When there was nudity on TV, my parents would cover my eyes. They did this to shield my innocence. My household was very much so religious and nudity was a big no no. But, I remember my dad watching Gia with Angelina Jolie. There’s a portion of that movie when she is completely naked and doing a photoshoot. I caught a glimpse of it and maybe I should have known back then that I was bisexual because seeing a naked woman on TV caught my attention. As soon as my dad knew I was standing there, he turned off the TV and told me that it wasn’t for kids to watch. Maybe he just said that because he knew he got caught as well.

NUDITY AND CULTURE

Growing up, my family talked down to me for my body type. Imagine hearing as a 9 year old that you’re fat and ugly. I look back at photos from them and I was not fat, but I guess I was in Asian eyes. Perhaps, that is the reason nudity was also frowned upon…my Asian culture. It’s rather ironic considering how big the Japanese porn industry is (by the way, it kept autocorrecting to Japanese pork haha).

It created a sense of shame in myself where even looking at my naked body in the mirror and was hard for me to do.

In Japan, there are bath houses called onsen and they separate male and female. You shower in a communal shower first then you go into the bath. You cannot wear any bathing suits or bring towels with you into the bath so you are completely naked with other people. The Japanese don’t seem to be bothered by this, but I’ve never participated because I have markings on my body that may cause people to believe I’m part of the yakuza.

In the US, public nudity is considered indecent exposure and can get you arrested and on the sex offender registry. Even if you are naked in your own home and someone sees you from outside, you may get in trouble. Our movies may be raunchy and full of nudity, but when it comes to your everyday business, Americans are a bit prudish.

NUDITY AND NOW

Now, I love nudity and I am actually very much so naked as I write this. I don’t know where my mindset changed because my mindset regarding my body image hasn’t improved much. Maybe, when the inner kinks began to reveal themselves, my fascination with nudity did too.

Nudity is very much a part of my relationships with both Sir and lover. More often than not, I’m naked for Sir or lover.

Sir would tell me, “Not every sexual is naked and not everything naked is sexual.” But I think most things about naked me are very sexual. I think forced nudity is a turn on for me. When Sir would order me to strip, it would arouse me. Being able to show him my naked body made me sexually excited.

With lover, 90% of the time we are together is spent naked. It doesn’t bug him if I am naked when we watch Netflix on the couch. In those moments, he’s pull me closer to him. There’s nothing like that touch against your bare skin. The sense of touch is heightened when there’s no barrier like clothing.

All in all, nudity is something that I now enjoy.

Yours Truly,
The Sassy Sub Daily

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sass c.

i'm just your average girl with a dirty mind. young, asian and submissive...does that pique your interest? constantly in a battle with myself whether to stay confined by my cultural values or to break free like the freak i am.

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13 Comments

  1. My heart is heavy for you. In my home I was shamed for being skinny. I am finally at a stage where I accept and love my body and also enjoy being naked! And also, from a heterosexual viewpoint Angelina Jolie gets me aroused! Especially as maleficent 👄

    1. If I was really skinny as a kid, I think my family would have praised me. Asian kids were meant to look like sticks and when I hit puberty, I certainly had assets. I don’t know why my body shape was that big of a deal to them when none of them were skinny either.

      1. Ya my family was all plus size 🤷🏻‍♀️ and parents are suppose to encourage and uplift…so sad

  2. Thankfully my parents never shamed us for our bodies, but my mom was always worried about what she looked like until the day she passed. I have tried to let go of that, and have mostly succeeded. I have my moments where I am not happy with my body, and then don’t feel comfortable being naked, but otherwise I am naked and okay. I wish I can walk around naked here more…
    ~ Marie

    1. The only place I can walk around naked is at lover’s place. At home, I can only be naked when I’m confined to my room with the door shut and locked. That essentially only at night. At lover’s place, I walk around naked the whole time. I get there and the clothes come off. They don’t go back on until it’s time to leave.

  3. This sounds really hard and I felt for you while reading. I am not sure how you develop a healthy body image or sexuality when you are made to feel guilty about it but I know that so often this can be the case. I am fortunate not to have experienced this as my family were always open and accepting of bodies. Thank you for sharing. I found this really interesting and have learnt a bit more about culture 😊

    1. I often wonder what life would have been like if I didn’t have a lazy judgmental family. Would I be more confident? Would my romantic/sexual endeavors ended differently? But it also taught me what I don’t want to do if and when I ever have kids of my own. And I think lover is supportive of me no matter what I look like. I’m not as fit as when we first met, but he hasn’t said anything and when I shared that I wanted to workout and get fit, he was encouraging.

  4. You can choose your friends, but not your family! I guess we find people in the end that accept us for who we are, including the folds, creases and, obviously the kinks!

    1. My “friend” circle has fluctuated over the years along with my weight. When I’m more fit, more people treated me kindly than when I’m not as fit. It’s such a shame that society operates this way. But it’s shown me that those who truly love me, will be there no matter what size, shape, or condition I’m in.

  5. howie1320 says:

    Hi sass. I went to a few bath houses in tokyo each time I went , but with family. Never seen so many cocks out before ha ha. I love reading your blog about your life growing up but even more about you being naked😲👍😆❤

    1. I heard the baths in Germany are coed so you’d see cocks and pussy. You are quite lucky to have started reading later into the year. When I started the blog in January, I thought I’d never put my photos on here. So for several months it was just writing and no one reading my blog ever saw me naked.

      1. howie1320 says:

        I feel blessed then. Reading about you is the cake , seeing you is the iceing❤

        1. Aw thanks Howie!

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