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Old 01-29-2017, 05:43 PM
SDSpeedoLuvr25 SDSpeedoLuvr25 is offline
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I have no hang ups about being naked in front of other guys, especially in a locker room. However, I find it amusing how some guys go to great lengths not to be seen. I must admit, I am more likely to notice someone who is showering in their trunks/underwear before I notice a naked dude. I personally don’t understand what the big deal is. What are they afraid of? Do they think someone is going to point at their dick and laugh?
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Old 02-25-2017, 02:03 AM
speedos123 speedos123 is offline
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I think I have gotten, or am getting to a point of limited shame with my body. I remember as a kid doing the towel change dance of trying to not get fully undressed. I would see older men just strip down and walk around naked in the lockerroom. I think the more comfortable we get with our bodies the less shame we have with being naked. There are a lot of attractive, good looking guys on this forum. I have a tiny bit of envy and desire to look as good as them. Slowly, work in progress.
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