Some are asking that someone be nude with them. I'm not sure if its a sexual request or just someone to "hold their hand" during the process of starting out or simply believing that being nude is a social activity that requires two or more people to be together to make it work.
First question should be asked, "Are you comfortable in your own skin?" That is a comment which is often applied to people who are comfortable about themselves, honest, not worrying about what others think of them, how they dress, where they go, what they do or what they say; however, most of the time this person is not even a nudist or even want to be a nudist. But this concept of being comfortable in your own skin is a great place to start.
These questions are not from someone who can just get up in the morning and be themselves as they always are at home, only without clothing. I do not find cleaning house any easier nude than clothed, (not that I find cleaning the house easy to begin with), but I am much more comfortable nude than clothed at home. Clothing in my home feels like cardboard on me; hot, soggy cardboard. Like something clammy clinging on to me. I am not comfortable in clothing at home, but I somehow deal with it and ignore it when in public. I am so used to be nude at home that I hardly notice it. I am very comfortable in my skin at home. And I am also comfortable being nude in public if given a right chance and social acceptance.
If my family wants to be dressed while at home, that is their problem. As long as I am free to be nude if I want to be. I do not need them to be nude for my sake. If you have to make something out of it and justify being nude, then you are not comfortable in your own skin enough to just be who and what you are, even if you are clothed.
PS. I do cover up for the sake of the weak. But are you weak? Do you really believe that you are the "weak in Christ"? Do you feel you are not up to the challenge of a little more meat instead of just soft food? Hebrews 5:12 If you have been a Christian for many years, then you should not be weak and this admonition in Hebrews 5 is not for your sake, it's for the new babes in Christ who are still on the milk of the word.