“Human reproduction would not be possible, without trust. For we trust another with our nude form, in its most vulnerable state, unarmored, unguarded, to the care of another. The human female, especially in this sense, makes trust all-the-more needed. She is the carrier to future generations. Human reproduction would be impossible, if a woman could not trust another to handle her form, nude in its most vulnerable condition.
Even of other examples, to the development of a community. It is the same, especially when numbers matter among the survival of a population. That community is centered around a structure, as a structure needs to trust newer welcomed individuals to it, for its growth.”– Modern Romanticism