zotamorf62 saidIn 1971, the centennial year of British Columbia, a local Vancouver newspaper invited a number of "futurists" to imagine what the world would look like 100 years hence. One of them asserted that society would have evolved to the point that people in 2071 wouldn't be shy about walking around naked in public, or wearing clothing that exposed their genitals.
British author & playwright George Bernard Shaw presented a somewhat related vision in his "Man and Superman" in which, as more evolved & advanced future humans aged, they lost their sexual physical differences, it becoming difficult to distinguish males from females. And so they adopted very minimalist clothing, basically just apron "kits" where they all went topless.
But at the same time, and perhaps making this a less attractive look into the future for many of us, sexual interest also declined, the older members of the human race essentially becoming asexual. I think Shaw saw the sexual equality of it, among the many social comments he was always trying to make, but most of us would merely see the sexual atrophy of it instead.
And that's in turn related to counter arguments sometimes made about social nudity among men & women: that is might serve to dull sexual attraction, if excitement, motivation & incentive become muted due to excessive familiarity with each other's bodies. Personally I don't buy it, but this is an assertion often made. One that I assume would have to apply among gays, as well.