Do you really believe that children are harmed by the sight of the human body?
Studies show just the opposite.
Several generations of Americans and other nationalities have been mentally damaged by nudity taboos imposed by parents and politicians who are unaware of the harm they are doing to these nations' children. Research has shown that when children are taught to be embarrassed at the sight of the nude human body they develop serious mental problems during adolescence and later life. The obvious conclusion is that prudish child-rearing is a form of child abuse since it can injure the child mentally for life.
Read for yourself the published reports of studies comparing the outcomes of two dramatically different approaches to child-rearing: casual family nudity vs. nudity taboos.
Nudity taboos and their effects on child development: A review of objective research up to 1997
Children, Social Nudity and Scholarly Study
Early childhood exposure to parental nudity and scenes of parental sexuality ("primal scenes"): an 18-year longitudinal study of outcome
Paul Okami, Richard Olmstead, Paul R. Abramson, Laura Pendleton
Factors associated with more positive body self-concepts in preschool children
The Relationship Between Adult Sexual Adjustment and Childhood Experiences Regarding Exposure to Nudity, Sleeping in the Parental Bed, and Parental Attitudes Toward Sexuality
Robin J. Lewis and Louis H. Janda
Early Socialization Experiences and Intrafamilial Environment: A Study of Psychiatric Outpatient and Control Group Children
Martha S. Oleinick, M.A.; Anita K. Bahn, Sc.D.; Leon Eisenberg, M.D.; Abraham M. Lilienfeld, M.D