My question is this: At what age does seeing a child naked go from being innocent to being wrong? I always thought at the time of puberty, but obviously others disagree. I am of the school there is a difference between nudity and sexuality, but others do not believe this way (which is cool with me cause everyone is entitled to their opinion). But for those who don't see a difference, when does the change occur in a person's life? I saw my 6 month-old cousin naked, and I'm fairly sure no one would object to that. I saw a 3 year-old girl at work accidentally flash a bunch of people by playing with her dress, and no one thought it was wrong. I've seen a 6-year old pee in front of others (exposing genitalia) in the absence of proper bathrooms, and no one was offended. So where is the cutoff where nudity is no longer natural and okay? Is it 3? 6? 9? 12? When? I don't ask this question to incite argument, but to learn something. Unless you all enjoy arguing (I guess some people do), maybe we could prevent from getting upset by only answering my question and ignoring other following posts. This seems conceited on my part, but I get the impression most people here do not like these arguments, and I'm only trying to offer a solution to help people from getting angry.