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Changing clothes in changing rooms
04-10-2011, 06:57 PM (This post was last modified: 04-10-2011 07:00 PM by Stonecold.)
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Changing clothes in changing rooms
Is it okay for a Muslim man/boy to change clothes naked in the changing rooms of a swimming pool in the presence of other men?

Is this morally acceptable for a Muslim? Should one feel shame for doing so?

Or is it only wrong when you're surrounded by women?
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04-10-2011, 07:03 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
Why would it be wrong in either place? I mean, it is a changing room, and that is what it is for. Otherwise, use the bathroom stall with the closing door and do not build a changing room. Right?

If everyone was thinking the same thing, then no one would be thinking at all.
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04-10-2011, 09:24 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
I think it's sad that you would even consider that you might feel shame just from removing your clothes in a designated changing room at a swimming pool. As Equal says , it's what they are for.

What on earth is so shameful about your body Stone?
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04-11-2011, 07:12 AM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
This concept obviously has many far-reaching concepts attached to it. Shame in one's sexuality and/or physical appearance is the bane of enlightened religious thought today. But it goes beyond religion. The human psyche is an amalgamation of thoughts, memories, and ideas, and so this shame or guilt trammels the further progress of said psyche.
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04-13-2011, 01:30 PM (This post was last modified: 04-13-2011 01:32 PM by muslim girl.)
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
(04-10-2011 06:57 PM)Stonecold Wrote:  Is it okay for a Muslim man/boy to change clothes naked in the changing rooms of a swimming pool in the presence of other men?

Is this morally acceptable for a Muslim? Should one feel shame for doing so?

Or is it only wrong when you're surrounded by women?

not nake
his private organs ,other men are not allowed to look at
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04-13-2011, 01:39 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
Getting changed in a changing room does not mean that people are going to be trying to look at you naked. It means you are getting changed, and other people probably are too. Is it morally acceptable to take a shower with other men if you are serving in the military? Why is it, if there is skin showing, it is assumed that people can no longer control themselves?

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04-13-2011, 03:52 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
(04-13-2011 01:39 PM)EqualAtheist Wrote:  Getting changed in a changing room does not mean that people are going to be trying to look at you naked. It means you are getting changed, and other people probably are too. Is it morally acceptable to take a shower with other men if you are serving in the military? Why is it, if there is skin showing, it is assumed that people can no longer control themselves?

All very well said Equal.
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04-13-2011, 10:15 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
Arabs are naturally afraid of sunlight. Islam is an Arab religion and desires to institute Arab cultural ideas everywhere, even when they don't make any logical sense, e.g. this lack of respect for the sun and the body's need for Vitamin D.
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04-14-2011, 06:36 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
Bio, does this go back to the moon god thing you were talking about before?

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04-14-2011, 07:46 PM
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RE: Changing clothes in changing rooms
(04-14-2011 06:36 PM)EqualAtheist Wrote:  Bio, does this go back to the moon god thing you were talking about before?

Well, to me it does because I see spiritual influences still in operation from the roots of our major religions, e.g. the moon god Sin/Allah's influence over both Judaism and Islam. They are not sun-god oriented religions and are actually at war with sun god religions of which they must derive their doctrines because the moon does not give light but reflects it from the sun. As above, so below for those of us who think the clockwork configurations of the movements of heavenly bodies and earthly lives are congruent.
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