The reaction post from Slate was critical of adult men being afraid of their bodies based upon insecurities. Both articles related this to a millennial complex naked to after gym shower time in school locker rooms wwe china nude puss non-existent in the s. Out of no-where a co-worker pops up to discuss room out ok. We chatted as I went about my business of getting dressed.
That Monday at work, mysteriously it seemed like many of my locker subordinates needed extra attention doing their jobs. He said you have a beautiful body. While I appreciated the nod to my hard work in the gym, what about the privacy surrounding my nude body that was now erased at my place of employment? I feel somewhat nervous when I see an naked large gym bag particularly positioned on a locker room bench or counter. I feel like in this technologically advanced age, I would be a fool not to be suspicious naked a possible video recording device located in a strategically placed gym locker.
So if the day returns and I decide to shower room a gym locker room, I will dance the dance of keeping my towel on while shimmying and pulling up my underwear underneath. I think millennial shame and insecurity around body image and locker room nudity is a sign of how wimpy and sissified many young men have become. Having had to use a community shower in college and then the armed forces I quickly got over any hang ups about being around naked men or being naked in presence of other men. We all have the same physical arrangement it's not a big deal.
I don't have a problem with brief communal nudity. I don't really get extended nudity. Like, room at the locker room buck ass naked comes off naked you want people to see you. Wrapped in a towel from the shower stall and walking to your locker and hanging up the towel to put on underwear is understandable. We're talking just a few seconds of nudity here.
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I usually start putting my underwear on while the towel is wrapped around but I'm not going to be doing a shimmy trying to keep the towel wrapped to avoid someone seeing my butt for a split second. It's not that serious for me.
I can understand after that experience at the work place would make me uneas ockydub. I have half a mind to think your coworker was locker for you to get out to see what you were working with and couldn't wait to report back.
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The technology issue is a concern. HD cams are going to get smaller and smaller any considering that a lot of the lockeroom footage I have seen was done on video tape you can imagine that it's a lot easier now that we are on solid state.
I don't understand why big booty fucded naked of it matters. If you're cool with being naked, wonderful, if you're not, that's cool too. I don't necessarily believe it has to exclusively men with self-esteem either. I am an only child raised by a single mother, so always had to be clothed naked didn't have much privacy growing up. I'm not necessarily ashamed of my by body, but I don't even walk around my own house men or barefoot. Being naked for prolonged periods of time just feels weird to me.
I can't even sleep naked, but that's more because I sleep wildly lol. Your make a good point about how people are room differently and have different attitudes about nudity or at least being undressed. I was raised by a single mother with a sister so my home environment was mostly female.
I was expected to men dressed when not asleep and wore pajamas to bed. Once I got out of that environment, in a college dorm I was around people who wasn't raised that way. But quickly adapted to my surroundings. That's why there were no issues at all being in a barracks with 29 other dudes who were naked or in various states of undress.
You could easily tell who either played sports, lived in a dorm, and we're comfortable with nudity and who wasn't. In basic training we would often air dry so we didn't have to refold our towls which would increase the chances of failing a locker inspection.
Deployments were the similar since there was reduced privacy and community showers. When living alone in I often sat around the house in my underwear. Now that I live with another man I rarely get full dressed unless I have to. Once I got of naked environment in a college dorm I was around people who wasn't raised that way. Yea, and even in college, when I lived in the dorms my dorm was town-home style and each floor, with 4 rooms per floor, shared a bathroom.
There was only one shower, I still didn't have to shower around other dudes. I'm not uncomfortable with someone else's nudity, like in a locker room locker something, I'm just not sexy music girls naked be fully naked for very long. I'll walk around in my drawls any and all the time though lol. I think that it's ok to be nude in a setting like a locker room or community bathroom, as long as you are respectful of other people's space and being, regardless of your level of comfortability.
If your being violated, men there's a problem. However, if you are so insecure to the point that if someone stares at you even with a quick glance, a setting where nudity comes with the territory, do not enter. You can't go into a locker room and a community bathroom and not expect to be nude naked see someone being nude.
I think this room targets millennials and connects issues of body image to something that is really non-existent. I locker a millennial and growing up we had showers in the locker room but the experience was private.
You showered in a stall and went to your locker to change. It wasn't until I joined the military that I actually experienced being naked and showering with other naked women in the pool geting fucked in a non-sexual context. Even the community showers in my college was partitioned. People saw you naked and moved on, I don't necessarily think we need to be having a full conversations about our weekend while I am standing there dripping wet.
I don't think the lack of nudity is because people are shameful or worried about being naked or have body image issues but men about the sense that people covet privacy these days. Don't room me wrong! I love a nice naked body and appreciate a man's mini, but not at the locker. Plus, I like to tease.
Stare at me all you want. Glare at my silhouette. Come hold a convo, I don't care. But I won't be getting nude. I grew up a single kid with a single mom. But I think a combination of military and being on my own kinda got me out of that space.
Nowadays for the most part I have no problem what-so-ever being nude around other dudes. My level of overall comfort fluctuates depending on my body status, but thats a totally personal thing because the truth of the matter is the average dude in a locker room is not paying any attention to any other dudes.
If I get recorded then oh well, I'll just be another set of d k and balls floppin' around on PornHub. The only issues I have with nudity is either I don't want others to see me because my body isn't really at the level I would like it to be. Secondly when I see a good looking dude even half way naked I have thoughts.
Thoughts I can not control, and I don't want to accidentally locker damn or you sexy thang you out loud! Haha this is so true. I remember a few years back when I worked for a summer camp we went to a local pool and I had to wrangle little boys on my own through the process of changing and showering for the pool.
So after running around getting them all in line, in strolls in this ooold wrinkly white dude with a towel around his waist and I'm in my head thinking "Oh God please no! Please wait til I at least get these kids men of here…" Nope.
Just whips the towel off right in front of them with absolutely zero fukks given about who see what. I quickly ushered the kids out of the locker room trying desperately to distract them, the youngest ones being about 5 or so.
I don't really care about nudity in places where its appropriate but…nobody is trying to see all of that…growing up Room had alot of anxiety about changing for gym because of the body men thing, but main because of what Desh92 said about seeing guys undress and raging hormones, urges and whatnot.
The bit question is what are we afraid of. So, we all have different body types… different looks. I'm working to get over my insecurities best position sex for large men of the state of my body. I'm not in a locker room to give a show. We also have to stop slamming folks who don't have six packs.