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RICH P

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I really liked swimming nude in Jr high school I really had no problem with it as my father was a semi-nudist I would see his dong on a regular basis so seeing other boys/men nude is fine by me. Dad was nude only wore a towel which you could see his weinie. If I could find a all mens nude swimming group I would jump right in.
MaltaMon

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RICH P wrote:
I really liked swimming nude in Jr high school I really had no problem with it as my father was a semi-nudist I would see his dong on a regular basis so seeing other boys/men nude is fine by me. Dad was nude only wore a towel which you could see his weinie. If I could find a all mens nude swimming group I would jump right in.
I can't wait to see what DJW makes of this. Don't know why you would want to mention your father's "dong", however. My father's dick never enters my thoughts--not when I think of him, not when I think of anything. I can understand why nude swimming can be fun as a kid, but what would be fun about swimming with a bunch of men in the altogether? Seriously. Even if we like the feeling of swimming naked, if I were with a group other men of whatever age, I'm not so sure I'd want to see them nude.. Lol.. Kids, on the other hand, might enjoy thrill of doing something that goes against convention. When I was a kid, I enjoyed skinny dipping. Not looking to do it now, though. Guess I would be a terrible drag as a nudist. To each his own.
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We swam nude in my high school for my first 3 of four years. Suits came in during my senior year.
Since it was an all-male school with very few females working there, no woman "accidently" waltzed into the pool area when the guys were swimming. I graduated in 1983.
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Dec 12, 2012
 
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We swam nude in my high school for my first 3 of four years. Suits came in during my senior year.
Since it was an all-male school with very few females working there, no woman "accidently" waltzed into the pool area when the guys were swimming. I graduated in 1983.
Sounds accurate to me. Sure pokes holes in the CFNM fetish fiction stories of DJW.
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Dec 12, 2012
 
bill,

Your story sure makes DJW and Phil look like complete morons and cowards for claiming males who were subjected to communal all-male nudity suffered trauma and degradation.

Clearly this wasn't the case in your school, for the simple fact that it was a male-only environment and was securely maintained that way. As any normal male, you weren't humiliated being nude in front of your same gender I take it?
SLC

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Here's another post from the daughter of a man who attended the same high school I did, confirming that boys swam naked.

http://rijandmeg.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/is-...

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"SO, I was kind of shocked to find out that it was standard course for the boys to swim nude during gym class when my dad attended L.A. High. The way my dad described it, there were two separate pool facilities for the girls and the boys. For whatever reason (can anyone explain this to me?) the guys all swam naked. Have I stated this enough times in this paragraph?!! Everyone was swimming without clothes!! At school!!!

My first question to my dad was,“So did the girls do their swimming lessons in the nude as well?” My dad (to his credit?) did not know the answer to that. I asked him tons of follow up questions and I guess that it wasn’t that big of a deal back then and there was absolutely no way that anyone could get into or see into the pool area when these nude classes were in session. Can you imagine? My dad said that jumping off the diving board wasn’t fun though. For another story about him skinny dipping, you will have to ask him in person…."
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Dec 12, 2012
 
SLC wrote:
Here's another post from the daughter of a man who attended the same high school I did, confirming that boys swam naked.
http://rijandmeg.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/is-...
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"SO, I was kind of shocked to find out that it was standard course for the boys to swim nude during gym class when my dad attended L.A. High. The way my dad described it, there were two separate pool facilities for the girls and the boys. For whatever reason (can anyone explain this to me?) the guys all swam naked. Have I stated this enough times in this paragraph?!! Everyone was swimming without clothes!! At school!!!
My first question to my dad was,“So did the girls do their swimming lessons in the nude as well?” My dad (to his credit?) did not know the answer to that. I asked him tons of follow up questions and I guess that it wasn’t that big of a deal back then and there was absolutely no way that anyone could get into or see into the pool area when these nude classes were in session. Can you imagine? My dad said that jumping off the diving board wasn’t fun though. For another story about him skinny dipping, you will have to ask him in person…."
You are bill??
SLC

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You are bill??
As far as I know, I am not Bill. I have never posted anything on this site or on other sites where I have commented using anything other then the SLC moniker. LA High was a coeducational school whereas Mr. Bill evidently went to a males only high school.
MaltaMon

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I guess that ol' DJW is combing the internet for more CFNM pederast fiction.
SLC

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MaltaMon wrote:
I guess that ol' DJW is combing the internet for more CFNM pederast fiction.
I am most definitely not DJW. However, on the issue of nude swimming at LA High School, there is a comment on the page that I linked to from someone calling himself Gary McMurrin who also went to that school and confirms that the boys swim nude. His Facebook page indicates he was 64 years old in 2011 so he would have been some 7 years behind me. He also describes a CFNM episode, which I'm sure that Mr. Censored will emphatically disbelieve.

"Megan, obviously it is embarrassing to even acknowledge that my score is only 16, since he and I shared the same bedroom for quite a few years. But in my defense, I had no idea that you would not be a “Good Wife” fan, since I did know that it was Daryl’s favorite show. I can also confirm the swimming class story because I went to the same school and was privileged enough to swim in the same pool, also in the nude. But the best part is that there was a long hallway between the locker room and the pool and we would run full speed down the hallway and dive into the pool at the start of the class. One day, somehow the schedule got mixed up and it wasn’t the boys turn to use the pool and the first group of boys were in the pool before they noticed the girls at the other end of the pool! BTW, girls were allowed to wear swimsuits, but not boys. Now for the reason–the school did not trust the boys to wring out their suits and take them home to dry out rather than sit in the locker all week to mildew (at least that’s the reason they gave us!)."

Of course, the reason was total bs because the school handed out tank suits to the girls which they collected after each swimming session and they could have handed out swim suits to the boys and done the same thing. I believe that that's what they did after losing the law suit in the early 1970s.
Malta Mon

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Oh,yeah. Right! "They" just somehow got the schedule all mixed up one day. In a high school? The schedule is set for the entire year. And ALL the boys managed to get it wrong while ALL the girls got it right? See, this is the sort of bullshit that people don't question. Question it, SLC! This isn't credible AT FRIGGIN' ALL!!
Malta Mon

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And not a single boy in the swim class was speaking to a single girl in the swim class when each had to end the conversation to head over to swim class. No chance that ANY girl would tell ANY boy that she had to go to swim class, and if there was, then there was no chance that ANY boy would wonder why HIS class was taking place at the same time. And NOBODY in the school's administration noticed the mistake--assuming the unlikely scenario that there even was one--until the boys all dove into the pool nude in front of the girls. Not the swimming teachers, either. Give me a break! That LAHS 'graduate' is just a CFNM perv making shit up. Damnit, just use common sense.
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Malta Mon wrote:
Oh,yeah. Right! "They" just somehow got the schedule all mixed up one day. In a high school? The schedule is set for the entire year. And ALL the boys managed to get it wrong while ALL the girls got it right? See, this is the sort of bullshit that people don't question. Question it, SLC! This isn't credible AT FRIGGIN' ALL!!
I have to admit that it sounds somewhat far fetched, as, indeed, all swimming sessions were part of the regular phys ed classes, which were scheduled as regular class sessions. If, indeed this occurred, it is more likely that the girls were scheduled for the previous period and the girls gym instructor either lost track of the time or her watch was off by 5 or 10 minutes. Since the life guard was suited up, it is quite possible that he wasn't wearing a watch and, as I recall, there was no clock in the swimming pool room. Although there was a bell which rang at the end of each 50 minute class period, it was located in the main school building, which was some distance from the locker rooms and the pool so it could not be heard inside the pool area.

Now the question may be asked, it is likely that the boys would have exited the ramp leading to their locker room and jumped into the deep end of the pool without noticing that something was amiss at the other (shallow) end of the pool. There were stands for viewing swim meets that would have been on the boys left that would have blocked the view of the shallow end of the pool until they actually entered the pool area. So, if they were running and were intent on jumping into the pool, it is possible that the first few boys would have not noticed the situation at the shallow end of the pool until they actually got into the water.

All I can say is that it never happened on my shift.
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SLC wrote:
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I have to admit that it sounds somewhat far fetched, as, indeed, all swimming sessions were part of the regular phys ed classes, which were scheduled as regular class sessions. If, indeed this occurred, it is more likely that the girls were scheduled for the previous period and the girls gym instructor either lost track of the time or her watch was off by 5 or 10 minutes. Since the life guard was suited up, it is quite possible that he wasn't wearing a watch and, as I recall, there was no clock in the swimming pool room. Although there was a bell which rang at the end of each 50 minute class period, it was located in the main school building, which was some distance from the locker rooms and the pool so it could not be heard inside the pool area.
Now the question may be asked, it is likely that the boys would have exited the ramp leading to their locker room and jumped into the deep end of the pool without noticing that something was amiss at the other (shallow) end of the pool. There were stands for viewing swim meets that would have been on the boys left that would have blocked the view of the shallow end of the pool until they actually entered the pool area. So, if they were running and were intent on jumping into the pool, it is possible that the first few boys would have not noticed the situation at the shallow end of the pool until they actually got into the water.
All I can say is that it never happened on my shift.
And thus, he retains the name he worked so hard to earn, "SLCFNM".

Thanks for never letting down your fetish fans.
MaltaMon

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SLC wrote:
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I have to admit that it sounds somewhat far fetched, as, indeed, all swimming sessions were part of the regular phys ed classes, which were scheduled as regular class sessions. If, indeed this occurred, it is more likely that the girls were scheduled for the previous period and the girls gym instructor either lost track of the time or her watch was off by 5 or 10 minutes. Since the life guard was suited up, it is quite possible that he wasn't wearing a watch and, as I recall, there was no clock in the swimming pool room. Although there was a bell which rang at the end of each 50 minute class period, it was located in the main school building, which was some distance from the locker rooms and the pool so it could not be heard inside the pool area.
Now the question may be asked, it is likely that the boys would have exited the ramp leading to their locker room and jumped into the deep end of the pool without noticing that something was amiss at the other (shallow) end of the pool. There were stands for viewing swim meets that would have been on the boys left that would have blocked the view of the shallow end of the pool until they actually entered the pool area. So, if they were running and were intent on jumping into the pool, it is possible that the first few boys would have not noticed the situation at the shallow end of the pool until they actually got into the water.
All I can say is that it never happened on my shift.
A lot of "ifs". I don't buy it. Far too many coincidences are required. And you forget that it was an error in the schedule. You also cannot overlook the obligation that the teachers, life guard, administration...AND that not one naked boy noticed the girls until they were ALL in the pool. And not a single girl or the girls' swim teacher or the life guard (who would have to be in place before the boys could dive in..ever take a swim class in a public school? Kids don't just run out of the locker room and dive in until the teacher takes attendance at poolside..kids have to be safe and accounted for...far too much risk in letting them just dive in.) either screamed or laughed or shouted anything until ALL the naked boys were in the pool. My God, man! How can you believe such utter nonsense?!
MaltaMon

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Dec 12, 2012
 
It's just more fiction, more naked-boy-CF bullshit for the pederasts and fetishists
SLC

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MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> A lot of "ifs". I don't buy it. Far too many coincidences are required. And you forget that it was an error in the schedule. You also cannot overlook the obligation that the teachers, life guard, administration...AND that not one naked boy noticed the girls until they were ALL in the pool. And not a single girl or the girls' swim teacher or the life guard (who would have to be in place before the boys could dive in..ever take a swim class in a public school? Kids don't just run out of the locker room and dive in until the teacher takes attendance at poolside..kids have to be safe and accounted for...far too much risk in letting them just dive in.) either screamed or laughed or shouted anything until ALL the naked boys were in the pool. My God, man! How can you believe such utter nonsense?!
I agree with Mr. Maltamom that his seems far fetched. However, it should be noted that the commenter claims to know the blogs owner's father quite well. Thus it is something she could check up on as certainly, if it actually happened, the commenter would have told her father and others about the incident. By the way, I note that the commenter left his comment a year ago so it would appear that this thread is effectively dead.

Mr. Maltamon raises a good question as to whether it is likely that boys would have jumped into the pool immediately upon entering the pool area, instead of lining up on the apron at the far side of the pool opposite the stands for taking attendance. I can't recall whether this was the procedure during my swim classes so I can't comment on this.
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bill,
Your story sure makes DJW and Phil look like complete morons and cowards for claiming males who were subjected to communal all-male nudity suffered trauma and degradation.
Clearly this wasn't the case in your school, for the simple fact that it was a male-only environment and was securely maintained that way. As any normal male, you weren't humiliated being nude in front of your same gender I take it?
"makes DJW and Phil look like complete morons and cowards for claiming males who were subjected to communal all-male nudity suffered trauma and degradation"

I don't recall saying this. I certainly don't say all males but the fact remains some will have such feelings.
It doesn't make them less of a man. Some are wired differently, for want of a better word. Many females will also feel the same.
Likewise many boys and girls will feel embarrassed.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with a child or adult who has such feelings.
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Being stark naked for swim class was no different from having to take showers without privacy after gym class, football practice, wrestling practice, and so on. Nudity was an everyday happening and so we did not give it a second thought. Nowadays, though, I can imagine that high school kids may want privacy, even to the point of wanting to shower at home after practices or to wear a lot of Axe deodoran,t instead of showering, after gym. In my day ( and I know I sound like an old man ) child sexual abuse did not get any widespread attention, and homosexuality was known and understood but hardly ever discussed except in derision. We live in the world of jerry Sandusky-a world where communal nudity is no longer innocent.
I cannot blame the kids of today for being more conscious of privacy and more discreet about changing before or after swimming. Perhaps I would be too.
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bill wrote:
Being stark naked for swim class was no different from having to take showers without privacy after gym class, football practice, wrestling practice, and so on. Nudity was an everyday happening and so we did not give it a second thought. Nowadays, though, I can imagine that high school kids may want privacy, even to the point of wanting to shower at home after practices or to wear a lot of Axe deodoran,t instead of showering, after gym. In my day ( and I know I sound like an old man ) child sexual abuse did not get any widespread attentiIton, and homosexuality was known and understood but hardly ever discussed except in derision. We live in the world of jerry Sandusky-a world where communal nudity is no longer innocent.
I cannot blame the kids of today for being more conscious of privacy and more discreet about changing before or after swimming. Perhaps I would be too.
It's a terrible shame that kids have to feel so embarrassed to be naked in the presence of their naked peers. It's almost a denial of their own humanity. Many species are able to disguise themselves as protection from their natural enemies in the food chain. This is taking things quite far. To me, and I daresay to literally everyone who grew up with me, to have other guys see me naked, and to see them naked, was entirely unremarkable. To indulge this sort of phobia--which is truly what it is--rather than to treat it with the intention of having the kid (or, sadly, the adult who has gone untreated as a kid) is terribly unhealthy. These people become dysfunctional in a manner that is profound. If a child is a chronic bedwetter, something is wrong, and we try to find out what his problem is and to treat it. We don't say, "Well, he wets his bed, and we have to respect that. It is his right." Children are wont to have fears, are likely to be embarrassed about anything. To indulge those fears is to do the child a tremendous disservice. By their very nature, kids can overcome almost any fear. To be afraid of being seen in what is a human being's natural state is to plant seeds of sexual dysfunction (which should be obvious from many of the posts) and of difficulty in establishing and maintaining relationships.

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