This question is requesting a positive outlook on a particular non norm social behaviour and does not reflect sufficient amount of research to warrant an answer.
The following research is limited to western societies and is not applicable to other cultures.
Summary.-To investigate the topics of looking and showing as they are expressed in conventional, unconventional, and deviant behaviors, nudists, college females, suburban husbands and wives, and male engineering students were administered the MMPI and DAP. Particularly when more subtle comparisons were made, nudists manifested more deviant features: sexual preoccupation, conflicts, inhibitions, and body-image distortion. Essentially, the nudist's concern with his body or the bodies of others seems to present a readiness for nudist behavior, bur this readiness appears not to be uncommon in many people. Willingness to be nonconforming may be a critical aspect in determining nudism.
The implications of the findings for voyeuristic and exhibitionistic behavior were
-VOYEURISM AND EXHIBITIONISM
This excerpt from wikipedia explains that nudity generally doesn't have a positive connotation in many societies.
A woman wearing traditional clothing in southern Ethiopia, where toplessness among women is normal
Attitudes in Western cultures are not all the same as explained above, and likewise attitudes in non-Western cultures are many and variant. In almost all cultures, acceptability of nudity depends on the situation.
Cultural and/or religious traditions usually dictate what is proper and what is not socially acceptable. Many non-Western cultures allow women to breastfeed in public, while some have very strict laws about showing any bare skin.
The curse of nakedness
Main article: Anasyrma
In Africa, woman have used stripping naked on purpose as a curse, both historically, and in modern times. The idea is that women give life and they can take it away. The curse initiates an extreme form of ostracism, which anthropologist Terisa Turner has likened to "social execution". The curse extends to foreign men as well, and is believed to cause impotence, madness or other similar harm. The threat has been used successfully in mass protests against the petroleum industry in Nigeria, by Leymah Gbowee during the Second Liberian Civil War, and against President Laurent Gbagbo of the Ivory Coast.
Clothing and nudity
Different traditions exist among, for example, sub-Saharan Africans, partly persisting in the post-colonial era. Whereas it is the norm among some ethnic and family groups including some Burkinabese and Nilo-Saharan (e.g. Nuba and Surma people) in daily life or on particular occasions not to wear any clothes or without any covering below the waist – for example, at highly-attended stick-fighting tournaments well-exposed young men use the occasion to catch the eye of a prospective bride.
In modern Liberia, soldiers under General "Butt Naked" Joshua Blahyi fought naked in order to terrorize their opponents. Nude except for lace-up leather shoes and a gun, the general led his fierce Butt Naked Battalion into battle on behalf of the warlord Roosevelt Johnson, who hired the unclothed warriors for their fearlessness and fighting skills.
In Brazil, the Yawalapiti, an indigenous Xingu tribe in the Amazon Basin, practice a funeral ritual known as Quarup, to celebrate life, death and rebirth, and also involves the presentation of all young girls who have begun menstruating since the last Quarup and whose time has come to choose a partner.
In Japan, public baths are very common. Bathing nude with family members or friends in public bath houses, saunas, or natural hot springs (Onsen) is popular.
In Korea, public baths (Jjimjilbang) are widespread and communal nude bathing is normal, although nudity is not permitted in unisex areas.
In the south Asian region, public nudity is totally restricted.
Nudity is considered shamelessness in the conservative society of India, although nude beaches can be found in Goa and nude saints like those of the Digambara sect of Jainism and Hindu Sadhus are respected and worshipped.
In many Muslim countries, public nudity is illegal.
Some conservative people with extreme religious views consider bathing in nudity an insult to the water goddess. Hence, nudity in the view of orthodox society is considered a sin.