I work out at a gym that is almost overwhelmingly attended by gay men. Probably less than 2% of the men who work out there regularly are straight. I've always wondered what goes on inside the minds of the female employees at the front desk. What's it like to see so many gay men on a regular basis in a place where body image is a central issue? What's it like for these women to see gay men get it on with each other and engage in clothed foreplay on the gym floor?View Thread
I trim my pubic area regularly, I usually just use a pair of scissors. I'm not *that* hairy down there and yeah when my pubic hairs do start to get too long it's a bit uncomfortable and itchy,View Thread
I'm uncircumcised and I say don't make your son get a circumcision. I enjoy having my foreskin intact, I never have to use lube when I masturbate. And I've had a lot of fun playing with myself over the years. View Thread
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