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Thursday, December 23, 2021
It's back to the locker rooms for today's series.
I'd love to know who the guy in the suit and overcoat was.
I don't know who he was but he was one lucky guy to be there!ReplyDelete
I hope he realized how fortunate he was.Delete
Reported? Team owner? I like this low hangers on the left!ReplyDelete
From the age of the athletes, perhaps a college official?Delete
Ah, the good old days when everyone was straight and no one ever walked into a changing room for an eyeful.ReplyDelete
Yeah, right. (Rolls eyes.)Delete
Calorman, un monde où tout le monde était hétéro? Je ne connais aucune époque qui a vécu ça! L'homme en pardessus était certainement un homme qui aimait la chair fraîche !!!!ReplyDelete
Calorman, a world where everyone was straight? I do not know of any time that has experienced this! The man in the overcoat was certainly a man who loved fresh flesh !!!!
His hair is very professionally done.Delete
En tant qu’ancien athlète, c’était un exercice de sarcasme de ma part... bien que les athlètes gays en aient souvent eu un mauvais moment.Delete
As a former athlete, it was an exercise in sarcasm on my part... although gay athletes often had a bad time of it.
Was the picture in the Life archive?ReplyDelete
I think there's a strong probability, but my source did not label it as such. It certainly looks the type.Delete
This is wonderful. A world of casual male nudity, that was considered totally normal. I really miss it. Perhaps it still happens in some sports changing rooms.ReplyDelete
Not in any built in the past 10-15 years, sadly. The only times you find open showers or even semi-open are the old ones that still haven't been renovated. And with the loss of open showers, the whole loss of "immodesty" where guys were not the least bothered by being naked around other guys.Delete
Of course, cell phone cameras do change the landscape
When everybody has a camera that doesn't necessarily look like a camera, it does indeed change the landscape. One can look like he's checking his email and be snapping away. As much as I enjoy candid shots, I don't think that sneaking pictures of anyone in a locker room is cool.Delete