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Do You Feel Comfortable Undressing In Front Of Your Mom ?

The other day my mom walked into my room while I was dressing up for work, I asked her to leave my room but she got all hot and bothered. I felt a little bad, but I'm just not comfortable with her seeing me all Unclad. Do you guys think I need to apologize to her or just let it be.

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Expressing an opinion is one thing, being abusive whilst trying to get you point across is quite a different thing. I'm sure if you go through your previous post, you'll see that your words are verbally abusive:

Just one thing - are you an advocate of a father, walking unannounced into lets say, his 16-year-old daughter's room whilst she's undressing?

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Thank you. Good to see someone seeing things from both sides, and objectively too.

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A sensible Dad will excuse his daughter when dressing up,  the same should apply to mums too

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I usually do not engage people who preach a certain standard and act in an opposite fashion. As you referenced OgidiBody’s right to express how he feels, I have the same right to express how I feel to the post. Do you not think so?

Please go reread OgidiBoy’s post carefully and you will notice where OgidiBoy posed a question about apologizing to his mother. I did not say anything about trait but nonsensical reference of respect for privacy. Parents, as long as their kids live under their roof, have every right to know what their wards are doing behind closed doors.

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Your response is nothing short of rude. Ogidi has the right to express how he feels. You have the right to what you feel comfortable with, but attempting to force your views upon others is wrong. Why does Ogidi have to apologise to his mother, because he expressed his discomfort at her entering his room, whilst he was undressing?

And I don't get the reference to European versus African traits. My parents respected our privacy whilst we were growing up, and would not barge into our bedrooms without knocking. On the same issue, not all European parents respect their children's privacy. I'd go as far as saying Caucasians are most likely to let it all hang out, if Nudist Camps are anything to go by.

It's not about European or African, it's more about individuals and what they feel comfortable with.

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@OP

You should go apologize to your mother for such despicable act of stupidity for ordering her out of your room because your useless manliness has not developed yet. If any woman is qualified to see you unclad, I guess it is your mother.

If you fall sick suddenly to a point you could not bath yourself, who do you think will be responsible for giving you a bath? When you go to hospital for certain illness, nurses you do not know from hell will grab your silly manliness as if it is a microphone talk less your mother.

I am not saying you should form a habit of exposing your unclad body to your mother or sisters but it not a big a deal if your mother or sister unknowingly bash into you while Unclad.

It is unfortunate Africans are foolishly drowning themselves in Europeans social madness.

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As adults we need our privacy!

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As grown as u are now, if u fall seriously ill, dat same mother will take ur bath for u! So watz the big deal?

Dis is d first time am hearing dis.

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Lock the door. If there is no lock then buy one and keep her out. My mom was so notorious with this. My dad bought locks for our doors when we were still in secondary school so we could keep our mom out. LOL. Your mom is just being a Nigerian mom. Sometimes they take it to a whole other level. She is just trying you. To see if you will have the guts to say anything or to show that she is still mommy and you are still her baby. You have to make mommy understand that you are a man

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Don't forget it's just just our body that changes when we get older, the way we look at things and the way we think also changes. Hey when I was

much younger I would run around the house Unclad and not care.

True it's my parent's house and if I need my privacy I should get my own place, but this is my room my little domain that needs to be respected

that's not too much to ask for.

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lmao Atheism, you're such an instigator

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Its now bushier and longer and fatter so what , give me a break.

Yes children need privacy and am sure parents adequately give that privacy, however its still their house and you can't expect them to always remember to knock the door.

Why do you yourself not always remember to lock the door yourself instead of blaming them for barging in unannounced.

By the way ladies you got those bosoms from her genes so what exactly is it that you hiding from her.

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@Poster,she might have just left without u asking her to leave.Its possible she got inquisitive when u asked her out so she decided to see what u are hiding and why u are so anxious to ask her out. . . . lol .Apologie to her and  [b]lock [/b]ur room while undressing.

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Normally when children are old enough to recognize their private parts they should be respected and should not UnCloth in presence of people including their parents unless when very sick and they are unable to take care of their own unclothedness. This is important to avoid ugly occurrences.

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I get mad if my mum enters my room without knocking!

So how will i feel comfortable if dressing infront of her?!

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Sure, she's my mother . . . what am i hiding that she didnt wash?

Besides my mom seems to be even more sensitive than we are, she never enters if we're dressing.

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