Hardly anyone in my gym goes into sauna or steam room naked. Not sure if it's ethnicity or cultural. It's quite diverse where I live. I also notice that most younger people tend to skip showers. They just go home sweating. Most people in the showers are older folks. Just an observation from where I live.View Thread
Yah, I'm slowly coming out of my shell. At this point I don't even wear muscle shirts around my friends, all because of their perception of me. Imagine that. It's hard to change my own image.View Thread
I agree with you that they should at least be courteous to not make others uncomfortable around them. Even though they can't help their attraction, but they can control their behavior. I think usually when you make it clear through your body language and gesture, they tend to leave you alone.View Thread
I've always been shy and reserved but very curious on the inside. I'm very careful with my image and how others perceive me too. That's why I've never been able to really open up and talk about these "taboo" topics. It'll probably take me a while to get up to speed with everyone here. lol.View Thread
I just found out about this forum too yesterday. Spent a good amount of time reading posts and decided to join. So looking forward to learn and discuss things I never had to nerve to bring up to others in person.View Thread
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