I have been following a topic here for a little while and it has prompted me to start another, related topic.
The subject of "'Accidentally - On purpose' getting caught naked as an adult by someone of the opposite sex" prompted discussion of being seen naked or partially naked by others and the appropriateness of doing so with intent.
Personally, this scenario is very arousing to me. However, I have never really done such a thing in my real life. I have, however, found myself in situations in which my poor choice of wardrobe has resulted in me being temporarily and partially exposed. Usually at the beach or in situations where the dress was very casual.
But here's my point. For women, seeing a man naked or seeing his penis, unexpectedly, is usually a shock and a big turn-off. But a lot of men enjoy doing just that. And some of them get in trouble and even go to jail for doing it. However, the prospect of a woman exposing herself to a man is usually welcomed.
For example, I told the story of my friend who owned a business that required interviewers to visit people's homes by appointment. She bemoaned the fact that frequently her female interviewers would report that the subject would answer the door improperly dressed or completely naked. These women were very shaken with the experience. However, I think most men would welcome the opposite situation.
For example, I had a friend who delivered pizzas for a few years as a college student. On one occasion, a young woman answered the door in very skimpy clothing. Not only was the delivery guy pleasantly surprised, he was genuinely turned-on. In my own experience, I once knocked on an acquaintance's door to drop something off. She answered wearing nothing but a towel. While I didn't see her naked, it was still a very arousing situation. I was hoping the towel would fall off, but, alas, it never happened. Still, it is a very pleasant memory. I wish more things like that had happened to me. I think most men would feel the same. I sincerely doubt any man would complain that a naked woman answered the door.
So here's my question: Is it unfair or a double standard that society, generally, would consider a woman flashing herself to a man to be acceptable, while a man flashing a woman is considered lewd and morally repugnant?