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A fifth reason for writing this article is that religions have played a role in inculcating negative attitudes toward the body, for example, by their emphasis on modesty in dress.Whether intended or not, people picked up from this the idea that there’s something not quite good about the human body.Among other changes, our tour guide at Bennett pointed out that the diving boards had been removed from the pool because of a fatal diving accident.It was undoubtedly traumatic that such a thing happened.I don’t know what the rationale was for such a practice.” I didn’t press the issue, although I thought as a retired teacher he probably should have found out what the rationale was for the practice of nude swimming if he was going to comment on it. Updated September 27, 2017 People who didn’t experience this find it hard to believe that boys swam naked in the YMCAs and in school physical education classes from the time pools were first installed in these institutions in the late 19th century until the 1970s.
(For my theological affirmation of the body see “Frank Answers About the Body—God’s and Ours.”) As a pastor of the Church I want to affirm that God’s creation is good, and that includes our bodies.
I recently attended a reunion of the class of 1961 of Bennett High School in Buffalo, NY.
As part of the weekend events we were given a tour of our high school to see what had changed and what remained the same.
But thousands of boys had learned to dive off those boards, including me.
I was never a good diver because I was nearsighted and was always worried about where I would land.