I don’t know what to say about the ongoing Kaufman trial except: Ick.
If the charges are true, the thought of having to endure so-called “nude therapy” with these two is beyond scary.
From a paper found at a Kaufman group home in Newton: “The purpose of this group is to use social nudity as a part of honest sharing of life experiences with the group, as a means of getting at the fears, anxieties, cravings and frustrations caused by the distortions of our Midwestern culture, our early childhood experiences, and our value and morality assumptions.”
Midwestern culture is admittedly uptight about nudity. But I think it’s for good reason. The fact is, the vast majority of people, especially in the Midwest, just don’t look good naked. They should keep their clothes on at all times. That’s why nudist colonies are a frightening concept.
Nude therapy. Did they actually sell that to Medicare for reimbursements? Sounds like a lame pickup line from college: “Hey there. You look like you might need some nude therapy.” Or some touchy-feely ’60s California fad that finally made it to Kansas.
Kansas isn’t a good place for nude therapy. It’s too cold, hot and windy.
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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