The other thing you can do is ..just not hug anyone.
as for living in the 'orient' (who calls it the orient???) what is shown on tv programming ANYWHERE is not what happens in real life.
In Asian countries we have a concept of saving face. This is so we don't embarass or humiliate others.
In real life God doesn't leave us naked. He gives us a covering. He tells us not to uncover the nakedness of anyone who isn't our wife or husband.
In hot countries, ok, can be maybe an issue but the gospel was spread throughout the very hot tropical pacific Island countries and they still found clothing to be modest and cool.
The Blood of Jesus covers us EVEN when we are seemingly naked and have no clothes. If you are constantly distracted by the flesh and not seeing the spirit you actually need to put that flesh to death and start believing.
Don't treat us believers like we are unbelievers. It's not going to work. If we accept Jesus put sin to death, do we keep going back to sinning and entertaining it? If you have decided to follow Jesus, why would you turn back?
It is NOT a matter of turning back. The heat of the Earth's nature has nothing to do with being naked before God. It is NOT about believing and NOT sinning anymore because we are Christians. It is a matter of the "SIN NATURE".
The SIN NATURE never ever goes away. It is with us to the day we die.
Romans 3:23 ..........
"ALL have sinned and come short of the glory of God".
The same man who wrote that also said that we continue to live in a fallen world and we indwell a fallen mortal body afflicted by sin and corruption. There is a constant battle raging within the believer – a war between sin and the Holy Spirit that never ends. (Galatians 5:17).
My dear sister, God has saved us willingly, to display His grace, love, and strength. Our salvation does not depend on how much or how little we sin, how much or how little we evangelize or repent or do good works, or how loving or unloving we are, or anything else about us. Our salvation is entirely a product of God’s grace, love, and purpose. This is important to understand, because (ironically) believing that we are responsible to keep the law or do good works or thinking we GO BACK TO SIN leads inevitably to the inability to stop sinning.
We can not stop SINNING because we are sinners! It is our nature to sin even after we come to Christ.
The only way to break the cycle and stop sinning is to accept the fact that we cannot stop sinning
This may seem contradictory, but if a person does not stop trying to save himself, he will never rest in the knowledge that God has saved him. The joy of salvation comes from accepting the fact that God’s grace CLEANS us from our sin even after we are saved.