Welcome to September. We are on our way to Fall, cooler weather, and...ugh, clothes - those necessary things to protect our things from the elements.
One wonders when it became something more insidious...why hiding the body is tantamount to proper, moral behavior.
I think it's because the natural functioning was not understood. Women needed to clothe themselves because their nude bodies were thought to be too much of a temptation to men, who from appearances could not control themselves...
Actually they couldn't, but the likely reason for the boner had absolutely nothing to do with sexual arousal.
So, then it became necessary for men to hide for fear of those boners developing and being misunderstood, misinterpreted. One wonders if men's fear of being naked together is really borne of that same misinformation - which seems to get perpetuated. My gosh, if we can't be comfortable with the opposite sex, we should at least be able to be in a locker room, or with friends without concern over the occasional semi-hard on
or the guy at the next urinal taking a quick look
which is a perfectly innocent curiosity, btw
We shouldn't have to be afraid of a semi- or full-on log being mistaken for something it's not
When, really, those things should be celebrated, applauded
because it means your body is functioning exactly as nature intended.
What do you think? Is every erection (your own or others) about sexual arousal?