The Five States Where People Are Most Comfortable Being Naked

Think back to the last time you were naked . . . or maybe that’s RIGHT NOW  (???) . . . how comfortable were you IN THE BUFF?

A sexual health and wellness practice out of New York just did a nationwide survey asking people across America, “On a scale of 1-to-10, rate your current level of body confidence in the nude.”

And basically every state said, “It’s a four or a five.”  Because all the averages were between 4.4 and 5.8.

The state where people are the MOST confident without clothes on is:  Washington.  Rhode Island is second, followed by Delaware . . . Maryland . . . and Colorado.

The state where people are the LEAST confident is a tie between Indiana and Oregon.  Nebraska is next, followed by Minnesota.

(The survey involved more than 3,100 people, but six states were NOT included because they didn’t get enough responses:  Alaska, Montana, both Dakotas, Vermont, and Wyoming.)

Of course, it DOES matter what we are doing when we’re naked.

Most people are totally fine with having sex with the lights OFF.  The comfort level with that is an 8.6 out of 10.  Being naked at home alone was also high, along with changing in front of a partner . . . and having sex with the lights ON.

On the flipside, most people would NOT be cool with being fully naked on a beach.  The comfort level with that is just 2.7 out of 10.  Being naked in a sauna is also low, along with changing in a locker room . . . skinny dipping . . . being partially nude on a beach . . . and changing in front of friends.

The confidence of being naked at the doctor’s office is middle-of-the-road at 5 out of 10 . . . as is “having sex in front of a pet.”

They didn’t make “taking a shower” an option . . . but at that point, you’re borderline “never nude.”

(Bespoke Surgical)