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Naked is better! At least that's my opinion. The way we sleep is imperative to a peaceful life. And sleeping in the way nature intended can save you. However, there are always drawbacks. Being nude can be a hinderance in certain circumstances.

Redditor u/T55X55 wanted us all to discuss the our sleeping proclivities by asking.... Do you sleep naked? Why or why not?


FREEDOM!! !

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Every night cause the penis can't be held down, held back or placated into submission. The penis must be free! Cynical-stoic-

Prepared for disaster....

Not normally because if there's a fire I don't want to have to get dressed before running out. Also because I sleep walk on occasion. ellarrsea449

Dude, if there's a fire, my neighbors get to see my penis.

Simple. cosmic_butter_cpu

Just in Case... 

I sleep in my boxers; I have this phobia that no matter how clean I am, I'm one day going to leave a skid mark on my sheets.

Even after sex I rush to put on my boxers because the idea of it is with me constantly. ABD63

Just 75?

No. I want at least a thin barrier between my butt and my sheets. In my imagination my undies will 100% save me from pooping the bed. SillyMongooose

In reality they will 75% save you, which is good enough. Rust_Dawg

OH 40!

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I don't because a fart cant be trusted after 40! JesusChristSuperDerp

Thank you for this post. TheLeesiusManifesto

Bare... 

Yep, most of the time. Mainly because it's the most nonrestrictive. At the very least I have to be shirtless. If I have a shirt on, it's just too much, I feel like I'm in a straight jacket under the covers. The same just applies to a lesser extent for the lower half of my body.

And quite simply, the bare skin in a sea of sheets/covers is just very comfortable. Reddit

I must Breathe! 

Normally yes, having something constricting me like that while I'm trying to sleep gives me really bad anxiety and makes it hard fall asleep. orgasmicravioli

Lamo when I was 8 I fainted because of my comforter... ( naked in bed) Donkeys-

SECURITY!!!!

No, because the penis is uncomfortable unless it is secure. 86__

I heard a story about a guy who woke up in agony after twisting his testicle in his sleep so ever since then I've worn boxers to give the illusion of constriction. WhiteyFiskk

A Full House! 

No because I don't live alone. Still live with parents and sibling. Even when i do live on my own i probably still wouldn't cause sleeping nude doesn't sound comfortable. Colvin76

Dude, naked sleeping is free sleeping. I can't stand wearing anything to bed. bowyer-betty

Alone. The End.

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Yeah I live alone and don't see the need of clothes in bed since I'm usually naked around my place. Reddit

When I get my own place, I'll probably be naked for 14 hours a day. not_alien

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