Mummy blogger Constance Hall, has written another controversial Facebook post, this time about why she believes you should be naked around your children.

The mum of four from Perth, said in a recent Facebook post, ‘I advocate nakedness around your children, homes and husbands.’

The 32-year-old’s post on motherhood and nudity has gone viral, gaining more than 64,000 likes.

Constance said that she is naked around her children because she wants them to see realistic bodies and not just those portrayed in the media.

‘I don’t want my boys expectations of women to resemble those that they see in magazines or TV nor do I want my girls expectations of themselves to,’ Ms Hall explained.

The full post reads:

I advocate nakedness around your children, homes and husbands.
I don’t want my boys expectations of women to resemble those that they see in magazines or TV nor do I want my girls expectations of themselves to.
I believe that with the help of Queens loving themselves the next generations definition of beauty will be radically different and no longer will we idolise the unrealistic airbrushed idea of perfection that causes so much self doubt and depression.
If you have stretch marks, a hairy minge, saggy boobs, a flat bum, smile lines, a wobbly belly, cellulite, a tiny chest, or any other REAL women women traits, the world needs to be flooded with your image. THE WORLD IS DESPERATE FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL IMAGE.

We need change.
#likeaqueen #queensofconstance

Happy international women’s day Queenies

Constance has a strong following of “Queens” with over 496,000 fans and is very vocal about women’s rights and supporting each other.

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  • I have 3 girls. They would often just wander into the bathroom to ask a question or tell me something just as I had jumped out of the shower. They would do the same with my husband. it was all very open in our house.


  • Thank you for sharing your thoughts, cheers.


  • I remember reading this and thinking it was a brilliant idea. Keeping it age appropriate (which will vary depending on the family). I make fun of my little jiggly tummy by wobbling it and my son cracks up. He still sees me go to the shower (he is nearly 6). I think it is important to teach our children body confidence. If you can instill it early enough, they may survive the media onslaught of perfection


  • I love her message, but I do think there’s an age limit.


  • My mother was big on nudity around my brother and me. I understood that nudity violated cultural norms and found her nakedness very uncomfortable and embarrassing. Maybe I “shouldn’t” have buy I was just a little girl.


  • I didn’t have a problem with my naked body when my son was young, but as he grew I felt it was appropriate for both of us that we had some privacy. Mind you, my bedroom door is never closed and he thinks nothing of just wandering in. He is now a teen and has asked that I knock on the bathroom or bedroom door before entering. I have no issue with that. I also would like the same respect. However, he does still walk in when I’m half dressed – bra and undies. I’m not self conscious of that.


  • Respect for her opinion !


  • Good for you Constance keep doing what your doing I keep my clothes on and my nightdress on during the daytime but at night when I go 2 bed I have to go naked its so hot in my room but other wise I’m clothed


  • Constance is saying and doing what we and many zillions of Nudists and Naturists have been saying and doing for centuries. Children are on par generally more settled, understanding, accepting and comfortable with everyone’s bodies, not just their own, their siblings or their parents.

    It has been proven in many circles they have less hangups and emotional issues surrounding the ‘social sites look’ of what is acceptable or desirable from air brushed fake models’ photos. What so many children take into adulthood is simply less drama on a whole range of issues. Wearing beach gear still has a certain amount of mysticism, and still hides the ‘bits and fur’ so that is close, but not effective body acceptance education, seeing only different shapes and sizes.

    One way if you want true body acceptance, is become a nudist and bring your kids up the same, but do not force them. It should and must be their choice. Our kids only real hang ups revolve around the hair style of their fave starlet or who has what model new mobile phone. Hair, well ok, but I don’t care for the phone issue, but that is another story.

    Full on lifestyle family nudism, or even and only openness and natural nakedness without shyness, shame or fuss around the home, is your choice. No one will force you, and no one will shame or ridicule you. Your family….your rules. But please do not say it is wrong, or spiel other such bad mouthed comments I have read on the subject. We don’t berate you, please have the same respect for our beliefs too. We like to play nice on the subject, for or against.

    Not every child or family has this positive ‘for’ view after being nude or such, but on par, 90% of those that seriously learn about the lifestyle and give it a fair go, stay nudists for life. Kids change, teen years and puberty wreak havoc and they come and go.

    We do have some research behind us, but as I said, it is only if you want to express that freedom in your own comfort zone.


  • LOL Gotta love Constance Hall. She has certainly got her own style. Peace to her.
    I personally keep my clothes on for reasons other than my children looking hehehe


  • I keep my clothes on for me


  • Kids only have to go to the beach or pool to realise everyone comes in different shapes and sizes.


  • I love the stuff Constance posts, it’s my life all over, I am rarely clothed in front of my children I mainly get around my house either just in a towel or jocks, the only time I have clothes on is when someone is coming over or if I need to go out of the house


  • Good on for being so open, each to their own but I still prefer to be clothed infront of my children.


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