More women work out at coed gyms and are comfortable sweating side by side with men. But what about the women's locker room? A recent study found that when it comes changing in the locker room, the acts of disrobing, dressing, showering and being naked in front of others, can be very discomfiting.
CPLX on Dec 14, Watching old men walk around and have conversations with each other about their wife and kids while their drooping hairy genitals flap back and forth has been a time honored gymgoing right of passage for generations. These young whippersnappers have no respect for tradition, clearly.
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Choire Sicha recounted this apparent epidemic of never-nudes in a recent Times article examining design trends in gym locker rooms. Each day, thousands upon thousands of men in locker rooms nationwide struggle to put on their underwear while still covered chastely in shower towels, like horrible breathless arthropods molting into something tender-skinned. What, exactly, are these men afraid of?
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Ahh, gym locker rooms. Changing, grooming and showering in the gym locker room can trigger stress and anxiety that, for many people, has origins going far back as middle school. Because you care about manners, etiquette, and the feelings of the people around you.
Yesterday, while changing in the locker room post-swim, a very naked lady bent over inches from my face and started wildly shaking the water out of her hair. What happened to the days of towels and modesty? And just where did that hair in the drain come from? If someone is going to take a semi-nude photo of me, I demand the Kardashian treatment: proper lighting, strategic posing, and extensive Photoshop.