That's not to mention what they're doing in the background, trying to throw up legal road blocks to make transition nearly impossible for trans people, while encouraging destructive so called "conversion therapy". To this day I still remember how happy I was when I found an empty rowing machine directly across from the treadmill she was running on. Any such talk of a more common-sensed approach to what I call "universal rights" is something our archaic system is still behind the power curve on. Like some others said if you're scared of someone checking you out, cover yourself up. By Bobette on May 04, at 6:
Coeds try on clothes in the bedroom
I pray for the day when I can shower, bathe and serve with heterosexuals of both genders without fear of discrimination, hate and potential discharge from the military. It is complete bull that women have to hide perfectly normal and beautiful parts of their bodies while men can flaunt their chesticles wherever they please. For what ever reason we have evolved to this state, we have to accept and respect the reality of the situation. February 14, at 2: Sometimes life is just too complicated for 'tearing the band-aid off'. Clothes come in handy in the cold outdoors. I have the one and only two small others on my face.
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The only similarity really is the kind of ignorance that made forced integration of forces and the repeal of anti-gay laws necessary to begin with. Back in college our locker room didn't even have enclosed toilets! My legs were absolute jello and relaxation was complete. But I suppose it's possible. People do notice, but nothing has ever been said, except by the woman herself. Trust me a urine soaked toilet seat is a lot more disgusting than some pee drips around a urinal, it often seems like gals will go around peeing all over seats as if they're marking the place Originally Posted by sjstuart.
Personally, I really enjoy sauna. And for me to suddenly waltz into a female bathroom would be wrong. By Richard Ballerand on May 05, at 4: Norman Doidge author of The Brain That Changes Itself believes skipping shoes increases brain flexibility and youthfulness, and many podiatrists now advise going barefoot as much as possible. We have a standard where we tell those who aren't out yet, that they can't expect to have their gender identity respected unless, or until, they're out of the closet and have at least started transition. D I thought you did that everyday. I've been saying exactly this for quite some time.