nakedness – Julieta Muñoz
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5 May

Sauna chronicles: naked and shameless

"Showering completely naked is forbidden", read the sign in the women's locker at the swimming pool in Quito where I used to go years ago. I wondered what would happen if I did. Would they scold me? In high school, you would not get fully naked in front of your classmates, whether it was in the dressing room or the showers. Nudity was equivalent to indecency—or that's the message I got. I was very self-conscious about my body from childhood. Generally, showing skin made me uncomfortable, because I thought my...