think it was my father.'s penis i saw first, but i remember the 2nd non family memberi i was around 8. i was sleeping over at my friend's house and my friend's father was in the tub with his younger son. and he called my friend in to tell him to get undressed and ready for a bath. he told me if i wanted to get one i could take one with my friend.. i remember his dad's penis was different than my dads and mine. he was uncircumsized. My friends family s kids walked around in their underwear in their house in the mornings and evenings before bed. they were comfortable with this so i did too when i was over his house. As far as the bath, i didn't feel awkward because my friend thought it would be fun. we played armymen in yhe tub. looking back it was fun. today people would make it to be something unatural and disturbing. we have the media to thank for that..View Thread
for me it was 7th grade also. we had to shower with the same shower type with each other. most everyone was a little self conscious except for a few of the athletic types,. they were more developed and more confident i guess. some of us had erections. i guess since we had them we felt more comfortable with each other. but when there was someone with a big obne we kinda were impressed. since . i remeber skinny dipping as a child with my grandfather, father and brothers it wasn't too awkward. i think kids should feel comfortable with their bodies as they grow up and it's the father who should prepare them.. maybe not skinny dipping today but maybe by taking them to a ymca or health club often and get them used to it before they have to in school.View Thread
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