Ok shamer, I'll speak more slowly.
When you tell people to follow the Decalogue, you're signing them onto Jewish law. It has punishments. It's not just pretty talk. You're now threatening people with, for example, death penalties if YOU decide they've committed some offense happening in YOUR mind. This should be understood by people around you as a death threat.
Your scriptural references are scatterbrained. Physical nakedness among biblical people, for example, is never associated with shaming. Jesus is regularly naked. Matt 3:13–17; cf. Matt 6:28–29/Luke 12:27). Servants are often naked (Mark 13:16; Luke 12:37–38; 17:7–8; John 21:7), and servants are models for leaders. Nothing is to be hidden (Luke 8:17). As in Hebrews 4:13: “no creature is hidden from God, but everything is naked . . .”
Early Christian baptism was, of course, done nude. Jerome says: “Being yourself naked, follow a naked Christ." It goes on and on. Prophets were often naked (cf. 1 Samuel 19:24; 2 Sam 1:11–1; 2 Isaaiah 20:2–4).
The point is: You have no license from the Christian scriptures to shame anyone or to instruct anyone to be shamed. Jesus says "love one another"—and you're shaming people?
You are a malevolent entity harming innocent people with this evil antichrist messaging.