Does he give a "naked disclaimer?" You decide in Life Court.

Here is Monday's Life Court...

Scott and Sadie,

I have a question for Life Court. I'm 26 and have never been married. Three years ago, I was in a work accident and basically caught on fire. I had third degree burns over most of my torso and spent several weeks in intensive care and several months going through burn rehab.

Long story short - I am fine - but my chest and back are severely scarred from my accident. I don't have a scratch on my face, arms, etc. But my chest and back are, honestly, not a pretty sight.

Over the last four months, I have met a girl, started dating, and have developed very serious feelings for her. It's the first relationship I have had since my accident. I know it's time for things to go to a more physical place in our relationship. She's never seen me without a shirt on.

Do I need to give her some sort of "naked disclaimer?" I've never really even told her about my accident. I just don't want her to be shocked or even "grossed out" if things start getting heavy and my shirt comes off. Before things turn physical, I just wonder if I owe her an explanation and/or a "warning."

What do your listeners think in Life Court?

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