I don't have an outside shower. But I live by the ocean. So at times I swim in the ocean naked. It is a great feeling to be naked in the ocean in the day light. Several years ago I lived in the tropics. There was an unusual outside shower for men only. It was a large open shower area that had a 7 foot wall around it. Inside the shower area were wide concrete slabs. After a shower some men would lay naked on them in the sun. This outside shower had this 7 foot wall but no top, so it was open to the sky. So some men after they showered would just stand up on the slab. So from the outside you could only see their head and neck. So as you walked up to the shower you knew they were naked. One time I went to this shower to see a man standing on the slab with a complete erection. Unreal.View Thread
I have a friend who is a doctor and he keeps his private area shaved down to about a forth of an inch. He has encouraged me to do the same but have not done it as of yet. I can see how it would make you look bigger and what guy would not like to look big, right.View Thread
I have never kissed a guy. I am aware that men in other countries often kiss each other other on the lips. But here in America we are just too hung up about doing things like that. I have never kissed a guy but I probably could if it was a close buddy, but then again I am in a country where that would most likely not happen.View Thread
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