What is it that sets society ablaze about the sight or even talk of genitals?
In this interview Bettina talks openly about what she sees as the magnificence of the penis.
[A point of clarification here, I am of course not taking about masturbation in public or any overt sexually aroused state being displayed in an exhibitionist way.]If this were true then like the Puritans we should not allow our children to take a bath naked nor look at their own naked form in the mirror!
There is so much concern nowadays over the issue of body acceptance and yet we perpetuate the myth that parts of our body are "nasty or dirty"!
Without reference to what other bodies look like, concerns are raised about the normality and adequacy of our own genitalia.
In my generation the change-room /showers for sport or gym was a reference point to see (indirectly of course) the variations in the size and shape of penises.
Nowadays I am informed that even this communal nudity is disappearing with individual changing stalls or overt modesty.
So is it any wonder that adolescent boys grow up with concerns about the size/adequacy of their penis when their only reference are the male actors on Internet porn sites!
Hardly a representative sample of the diversity that is the norm.
Therefore again the "normal" range is expansive.
One of the many things that social nudity has to offer society is the practice of total body acceptance, not only of others but of oneself.