Bit by bit, macho stereotypes lose ground in US
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#1 Feb 12, 2014
Guys, gay and straight, seem to be too afraid to shower or change around each other. I don't consider that quality to be masculine at all but I do think it is important to break down stereotypes. Being a jerk or homophobic is not masculine and being gay or bisexual does not make one un-masculine by default. What's up with these guys that now want to wear compression shorts instead of jockstraps? Have to have partitions between urinals? Why are they so afraid someone is going to see their butt or wiener? It's silly and sissy if you ask me. They got the same equipment! Geesh!
#2 Feb 12, 2014
Any queer that checks out my meat is going to get a beat down!
Since: Aug 08
#3 Feb 12, 2014
Well at least you aren't too insecure to shower and change with other guys but you do need to work on your insecurity issues regarding your paranoia of a homosexual checking you out. Are you really that hot? Do you think every woman out there wants you? Why would gay guy want you? Just because it has a penis doesn't mean it is desirable.
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