I'm 65, married, and manscape. Balls are shaved smooth about every other day and I like to keep my pubic hair trimmed to no more than an inch in length. Usually keep it about 1/2 inch to an inch. Also shave off or trim to 1/4 inch everything outside the leg confines of my bikini briefs.View Thread
A lot of us would like to join a CJ but are reluctant for any number of reasons. The next best thing and lots of fun is to do a virtual CJ using a computer camera and one the many free video chat sites with a bunch of regular guys - some st8 and some gay; and none of us are the porn site professionals. I started doing this a couple of months ago and can't really describe how enjoyable this is. No, it isn't the same as being in the same room as a bunch of guys but we are all real, we all have our dicks out and we all enjoy watching each other get off.View Thread
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