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Another segment that generates a lot of interest is called Naked In The Streets.

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They use a drop of water or oil on their fingertips, hence washing and anointing.In the last one, they have you step into a one-piece temple underwear garment. Somehow I had gotten to thinking that I was in my garments during the endowments but you are right. After that I only did the movie and secret hand shakes thingy when I would go through the temple. After that the endowment part of the ceremony, i.e., the movie (or live play), the signs, the tokens (handshakes), and going through the veil are all done in white clothes, and you add hats/bonnets, robes, sashes, and aprons over the course of the ceremony. But I was already committed to go to Japan on a mission so I just suppressed my feeling about the bare lower back with their fingers during the anointing after putting you into a loose fitting robe. It's very creepy, particularly for an initiated 19 year-old like I was. They call the poncho a "shield" and the sides are open, so it just covers your front and back. " I am definitely copying this so my daughter can read it if she ever decides to go to the temple. I had repressed the memories of the W & A (along with the childhood sex abuse, which is probably why the W & A freaked me out so bad)..I NEVER did them again! The booths are simply small cubicles made up of suspended lined veils.While you are wearing this, they "anoint" you with water and olive oil on various spots on your body. Reading this just now seriously made my stomach turn. When called for, the initiate enters the booth and hands his Garments to a worker who places them on a towel rod.The British channel Sumo TV briefly showed episodes of Naked News, while the free-to-view Playboy One broadcast the show at pm Mondays-Fridays until its closure in 2008.Naked News launched a Japanese version of the show in 2006.I wash your head, that your brain and your intellect may be clear and active; your ears, that you may hear the word of the Lord; your eyes, that you may see clearly and discern between truth and error; your nose, that you may smell; your lips, that you may never speak guile; your neck, that it may bear up your head properly; your shoulders, that they may bear the burdens that shall be placed thereon; your back, that there may be marrow in the bones and in the spine; your breast, that it may be the receptacle of pure and virtuous principles; your vitals and bowels, that they may be healthy and strong and perform their proper functions; your arms and hands, that they may be strong and wield the sword of justice in defense of truth and virtue; your loins, that you may be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth, that you might have joy and rejoicing in your posterity; your legs and feet, that you might run and not be weary, and walk and not faint.

(Females undergo a similar ritual, attended to by females, which includes the following, "Sister _______, having authority, I wash you preparatory to your receiving your anointings [for and in behalf of _______, who is dead], and whereas you have obeyed the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with a true and honest heart, and have been faithful in keeping your covenants, your sins are forgiven and you are clean every whit.

It's a big white oval of fabric, worn like a poncho, but open at the sides.

It is true that you're not 100% naked, but I think that the difference is splitting hairs.

They say a sort of prayer for the good health and function of each of the involved body parts.

Unlike other priesthood ordinances, men wash and anoint men and women wash and anoint women.

As the initiate stands upright in his Shield the temple worker wets his fingers under s small faucet of running water in the booth, and lightly touches each area of the initiates body through the open sides of the Shield.