No, I’m not joking…
Check out this unexpected conclusion to Dr. Paul Okami’s study on children’s exposure to parental “household” nudity:
“Boys exposed to parental nudity were less likely to have engaged in theft in adolescence or to have used various psychedelic drugs and marijuana.”
“Girls were also less likely to have used drugs such as PCP, inhalants, or various psychedelics in adolescence. “
Why is this? More on this study later, but it seems the children who are exposed to normal household nudity grow up to be more self- confident. This is predicted to be because they are more aware of their bodies as a multi-functioning entity than their peers who were parented without exposure to parental nudity as children. Additionally, the children exposed to normal household nudity are less likely to give into peer pressure and more likely to take the potential health risks of drug use into consideration.