I go to an old school type of community gym near my house probably built in the 60's. It is the closest gym to my house that has a lap pool. I usually do about an hour and a half of laps. Then I usually do a weight work out. That requires me changing clothes twice. I really like to get naked at the gym or just about anywhere. And I like to be naked around other people and I don't mind being checked out. The only sexual experience I have had with other guys is playing around and masturbating together, which I have done many times since I was a kid. Also I freely admit that I like seeing a naked guy in good shape. I am 49 but honestly I don't really have the urge to have sex with a guy. However, I do enjoy and miss the frequency of this kind of play, I think it brings back alot of intense sexual excitement that I had during early adolesence. I usually am at the gym very early, 5:00am and my problem is that at that hour most of the guys at the gym are seniors citizen guys who have been going to the same gym together for decades and just sort of hang out naked a chat about the stock market. Also, there are one or two guys who are there specifically to cruise. But I don't really get the sense that there are guys there who are in the same place that I am mentally on this issue. I know I should maybe go at a different hour or to a different gym, but this gym fills all of my exercise routine issues and I am glad it is there. There is one much younger guy who usually uses a locker near me and seems to like to take a long time getting dressed and who I am sure is showing off to me, and that is good. But I would really like to run across some in shape guys who are closer to my age who still have a bit of the teenage perve left in them.View Thread
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