Sunday, January 22, 2006

NUDITY IS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT, APPARENTLY

No matter how you, a moral person trying to raise good kids, feel about the increase of public nudity (in movies or on the beach), the courts are siding with the nudist on constitutional grounds. Read here about the latest ruling from a Florida court. The court felt that people's constitutional right to strip in public had to be defended. Apparently, the Founding Fathers of this country envisioned this very thing when they spoke of free speech and expression. Think about it, where would America be if women couldn't bear themselves for all to see? We would probably cease to be a country if this right was ever taken away. Good grief! So if you are planning a trip to the Florida beach, cover your eyes.

2 comments:

  1. You don't understand. The right to be naked in public is a free speech issue! Does it make more sense now?

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  2. Yes, there are many ways that we can communicate ideas. We see Hollywood uses every one of them to communicate the beauty of homosexual relations, unmarried sexual relations, to degrade the home, and downplay the sanctity of life. There doesn't seem to be any limits on what we can say until the discussion concerns Christian morality. These same people who defend nudity as free speech, will demand that Christians be silenced on the grounds that it is hate speech. If I say that homosexuality is an abomination, then I am speaking hate according to some. Let's hope that these same courts are at least as open to Christians speaking what the Bible says.

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