I once had to get an ultra sound of my penis when i was in my teens for a problem i had while having an erection. There was 3 men in the room and they were all touching and looking at my penis. It was kinda awkward but i didnt mind it. Anyway, the ultra sound realy got me going and i accidentally shoot my load all over and it was really embarrassing! The doc told me not to worry because that is a usual case for young men with the procedure he was giving me.View Thread
I dont know how you could go about do this but i feel the same way. I always get the usual cough check up but thats about it. My docs never give a full on thorough exam like every one else on thie cite that i read about.View Thread
I live in California and i really enjoy going to nude beaches. I have seen some weird things before like the occasional masturbation but nothing too crazy. I was lying down the other day enjoying the sun and in the corner of my eye i saw a couple having sex on the beach. They were being obvious about it by doing crazy positions or anything but if you looked at them, you definitely realized what they were doing. Has anyone ever seen people do anything like this in public or have you done anything in public?View Thread
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