Vaughan Bell extolls recent research into the wild and crazy history of nude psychotherapy:

[P]erhaps most notable was an exercise called “crotch eyeballing”, designed to dispel guilt about the body, in which participants were instructed to look at each others genitals and disclose the sexual experiences they felt most guilty about while lying naked in a circle with their legs in the air.

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