Research today shows a connection between the virus and how clothes can harbour it. One recommended protection move is to shed and wash your work clothes when you get home, and then not wear clothes until the next day. Silly?
Of course, apartment dwellers might have a more difficult time with this concept, and suburbanites too. Owners of acreage-size lots and farmers? Not so much. (trees and fences work great!)
But there are other possible roadblocks to this virus prevention idea. Some that come to mind are:
- religious values that associate nudity with shame, sex, sin
- traditional family values about the human body
- strangers and non-sypathetic relatives who might randomly come to your door, etc.
- how many and how large are your windows (in principle, windows are for looking out of, not for looking into).
Nonetheless, if you can get away with it, or you are already doing this, or are a bona fide nudist/naturist, then a no-clothes homelife might not be a bad idea…at least until the pandemic has reached the bottom side of the curve. We have enough trouble as it is accepting the human body as made, so this idea, if it catches on, might alleviate our body prejudices as well as help keep us healthy (and make the world a safer place in more ways than one; but that’s another blog).