When I go into a men's room with a friend and we have been talking, I continue to talk to him while we are at the urinals peeing. It helps me relax.
What about you guys? When talking with a friend and then going to the urinals in a men's room, do you usually continue talking or stop talking till after you have peed or it depends (give details below if you wish)?View Thread
HairyD, I totally agree with you. I remember once in a gym a guy seemed to keep his cell phone pointed my direction as I was nude and drying off (and he was not talking on it). It finally dawned on me that he was taking pictures! Damn, I was mad! (In my case I knew that there were sites where persons interested in fat guys like me -- to be blunt -- went to see pictures, so it really didn't matter that I wasn't/am not a slim hunk who is well hung).
I went to the front desk as soon as I could to tell someone. The staff person came into the locker room and saw who it was and then told me that this person was a "regular" and the staff person didn't feel he could accuse him of anything. And besides, he told me, the guy had probably already uploaded the pictures if there were any that had been taken.
He told me that there was a sign that cell phones were not to be used in the locker rooms. I told him that that sign needed to be larger and posted on the door where we entered the locker room. I was not happy.
(It is my business if and how and where I post pictures of myself, dammit, and that certainly is true concerning nude pictures!!) Grrr!View Thread
I think that there is an age difference. I started taking daily communal showers in school at the age of 12 (I was the only one with pubic hair, I remember) and continued until age 18/19 when I graduated from high school. I don't mind being nude around men at all. For a while I did have a problem with a "shy bladder" until a few years ago, but I was able to find an online group that has local support groups that helped me get over that hurdle. (It's a medical condition called paruresis, and you can find help at http://paruresis.org/ .)View Thread