The wiki link was entertaining. Here's my favorite excerpt:
Uh, I have a REAL BIG PROBLEM with clamping my foreskin!!!! I don't care how soft the clothespins are supposed to be..... :^ )
P.S. OK, I confess, due to my religious upbringing foreskin is not an issue.....
It would have been something more akin to a bread tie, so it wouldn't have been as bad as a black paper clamp, for what that's worth.
p.s. I also haven't the issue due to religious upbringings.
There is nothing wrong with it at all. I can think of no reason for theists not to do it either. I don't wear clothes in the house and it makes me feel very relaxed and free. I love alone now but when I was living with a woman up until 1998 I did the same thing. She always wore clothes in the house but she didn't mind me being naked.
I just hate wearing clothes.
For me clothing holds two and only two purposes.
1 - social survival. If it weren't for the currently embedded social norms (and hence legal barriers) then clothing would not be important socially.
2 - protection. This can come in the form of appropriate footware, aprons where hot stuff splashes, eye glasses or face sheilds against splash or swarf, gloves and so on. As well as protection against climate - cold, sunburn, assholes breaking bottles on the sidewalk and so forth.
At home if I am too hot, I ditch the rags. I do of course make sure that the ground floor windows are curtained or in some way blocked - I have no interest in being arrested for exposing myself to a minor just because some hyper-sensitive whack-job parent happens to walk by. It's not like I am making lewd window displays or trying to entice kiddies, but I do have some very religious neighbors and lots of kids in the area.