The blog at Real Sex Mainstream has posted two entries regarding celebrities who have either taken selfies or have not been ashamed to be photographed in the nude. I'm appreciative of guys who do this. Not because I am all that interested in seeing their equipment, but because it furthers positive body image in men.
Men have been so suppressed in nudity. It's terrible that we've filled them with such shame over what nature has provided.
Here's the kind attitude we should all strive for. This guy intrigued me because he wasn't ashamed of his body in any way, shape, or form.
A young guy, probably early 20s, on the short side, with short blonde hair, but he was well-built; a swimmer's build with muscular shoulders and pecs, slender waist.
A row of sinks with a mirror above them covered the wall. There's a bench opposite. The counter was high to accommodate men, so you really couldn't see yourself below the waist. This dude jumped up onto the bench and began striking poses to either admire himself, check his bodybuilding progress, or show off. Difficult to know which, but who cares? Because he had a beautiful, fully-hard cock. Slight upward curve and average length and thickness, and balls that swung low.
The guys in the place never flinched. Everyone went on about their own business. I stood and watched. When he jumped down from the bench, his cock bobbled and his balls bounced. All I said was, "nice," and all he said was "thanks."
He stood out because he was so uninhibited about his cock and its functioning. We all need to grasp onto a positive body image. No reason to wear baggy swimsuits
No reason to be ashamed of wearing competition athletic wear
Life is short. Go out and enjoy it without shame.