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So today as I soaked in the Jacuzzi after a hard training session, some guy from France or something thought that it would be cool to come into the unisex area and bear it all. I said, “pardon me, sir, but this area is coed and requires proper attire, please.” I pointed to the sign, and he said, “Do you work here? We are all adults” and he raised his eyebrow at me as if to say f you. Once again, I reiterated that this was a coed area and that none of us want to see his junk.
Ass naked and all this guy says, “Americans are so uptight when it comes to nudity.” I started to get annoyed with this guy’s smug attitude, so I decided to stop talking, and I walked away to drink some water. I guess he thought I went to report him because when I came back he was covered up. He eyeballed me for a few moments, and because I didn’t want to get up and kick him in the nuts I said, “Thank you for covering up.”
Look people, I don’t care if you want to be naked, that’s your choice. Thing is that coed areas which specifically state that you must wear appropriate attire create a certain expectation for me. You know what I am saying? My expectations are that people there will be dressed, and it doesn’t involve hanging peens, and nasty ass cheeks!
If I go into a place that is designed for nudity, then I go there expecting to see nasty asses and nut sacks! For instance, the steam room at this gym is like that. Only men, and they are all walking around naked. Since I am not a fan of naked men, I stay the hell out of there. However, I expect you voyeurs to respect the space of those that wish to remain clothed!
It’s simple, there is a time and place for everything, including flashing your ass and sack, but the coed sauna and hot tub are not the place. Just saying, put your clothes on bro!
Growing Up Bronx