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    JTMac

    It can be any "population" you feel you can speak on. It can be in the world, It can be in your country. It can be in your rectory. It can be at your job. Whatever population(s) you want to guesstimate.

    My prediction is if were to survey various social media, the numbers will differ.

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    JTMac

    Well, you know what it is? If you're sharing pics of yourself for people & the intent is sort of to turn them on, then it isn't so creepy. It's when pictures are just around or whatever & you weren't trying to turn someone on. And then especially if it's a stranger. THAT gets creepy.

    But if it's someone online & you've started chatting back & forth. Consider it for what it is. And what is it? It's a masturbation oriented website, and the close up pic i submitted was a close up of a bulging jockstrap pouch. What's the effect?

    It would be one thing if you are in a public pool and a stranger takes pics of you, or someone with pics of you in a swim suit shows them to someone you don't know & you find out you're the object of someone's objectified lust or whatever. Then THAT's creepy.

    It's all about context. And if you're trying to appeal to people in a certain way.

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    JTMac

    Oh, it IS sexy. I like to gauge the reaction of the masseuses when they see me wearing them, especially putting them back on at the end. Smiling as they watch me, rather than just going about their business changing sheets, etc as they normally would.

    My short story about my recent visit to the dermatologist, "The 1st time I Allowed Myself to be Seen Wearing A Jockstrap", posted 10 days ago already has over 1000 views, on a masturbation oriented website for both men & women (& there are quite a few women who post on there).

    Still from yet another website, a bisexual older male admitted to masturbating to my profile pic, which is a close up of a jockstrap i'm wearing. So I sent him a few more pics, and from all the back & forth messaging, i gather he's jacked off about a half dozen times to my pics just in the last 2 days. And i don't exactly have a great body. I'm not muscular, have a hairy beer gut, & fair skin. It's the jockstrap.

    Now our judgmental society would find that creepy, the same judgmental society that would mislabel me as gay if they saw me wearing a jockstrap outside an athletic context. And i admit, i might find it creepy too, considering who it was & the context. But we're all people, with our fetishes, kinks & quirks. And if i can turn someone on just by being me, then I'm flattered and thrilled to have that effect on somebody.

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    JTMac

    See, straight males aren't displayed or depicted the same way gay males are. People go by what they're exposed to, and make conclusions accordingly. Straight males typically don't show themselves off in jockstraps, except for maybe athletes in certain settings. They typically don't embrace their fetish publicly. While jockstraps may be featured in gay videos and photos, straight males may be more apt to be seen in thongs or other sexy male underwear.

    Jockstrap fetishes typically begin when a teen or pre-teen begins wearing them for gym & sports near the early days of the development of his sexuality. The design of the jockstrap accentuates both the genitals, as the only anatomy to be covered, while exposing the buttocks, as if framed by the straps. How i described it in one post a few months back:

    "Nothing sexier to be in, both the look and the feel, than a regular white jockstrap. Straps whose mere appearance sends the message: "we are securely fastening the pouch to his genitals & thus to his body", a pouch that sends the message "I'm here to protect & cradle his genitals", and a waistband that sends the message "I'm here to link these 2 entities together for this man as i fit snug around this man's waist. A 1" waistband that also says "...and give you maximum exposure to his body. A 6 or 10" waistband that says "...and also fit snug around his torso. A 3" that also that sends a message somewhere in between."

    Jockstraps are actually more of a "guy" thing than a gay thing. The difference is how guys choose to expose themselves publicly & privately, as well as how publicly or privately they choose to share their fetishes.

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    JTMac

    There seem to be quite a few people in various parts of the world interested in hooking up for the same thing. So for anyone else who is interested, i would suggest the jackinchat website where people of different geographical locations try to reach out to people in their area through the "personals", whether it be various states or places like the UK and Australia where there seem to be a lot of interested people.

    This seems to be a prevalent desire among older guys whose wives have become disinterested in sex due to menopause or what have you. Seems a lot of straight guys, once they reach a certain age, for whatever reason become interested or at least curious about cock. Sometimes younger seeks older and vice versa.

    Sometimes you can also get involved in circle jerks as well.

    Another thing to try would be craigslist. I've seen ads for that as well. I would just recommend you meet publicly with any stranger first.

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    JTMac

    actually i saw the message that data was lost from the website between Dec 4 & 10

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    JTMac

    I have seen many photos where women seem to be either leaning into someone (often male), or drawing someone's arm to themselves where their breasts are making contact, almost seemingly deliberate. Occasionally, i wondered if the incidental contact i made wasn't set up by the woman i accidentally bumped.

    Just today at the company holiday party, i was walking past the dance floor, a female colleague grabbed my arm to pull me onto the dance floor, & it seemed like she drew my arm right into her breast. I love breasts & am grateful for incidental contact, but at the same time i feel awkward about it since it's an intimate part of the female anatomy & i'm not romantically involved with the contactee.

    So i was wondering from both genders: Can any of you ladies honestly admit you have caused a deliberate contact ? Have any of you guys had similar observations, & what did you make of it?

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    JTMac

    Seems like after the website issues last week, my recent post from around December 5th was lost. When i click on click here to read the topic in the e-mail response where readytogo responded to, it bounces me to this http://forums.afraidtoask.com/topic/29111/i-dont-know-whats-this-on-my-penis-head-pls-help/4

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    JTMac

    I concur that sexual orientation is genetic as well, and obviously, 100% of the population is not heterosexual. But to answer the question about the fascination with "2nd base", that's how i would trace the origins.- God's design for procreational intent, having the male attracted to female anatomy in order to foster procreation. Explains why many males are fascinated with 2nd base.

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    JTMac

    I do agree with you, Roc. "What's normal?" is kind of arbitrary. And there are many males who even have really low sex drive. As far as age, though, sex drive tend to be very high young males around 18 or so. But i've now become aware of a lot of males who actually start getting more horny as they continue to age beyond 50 or so. I see many of them on line, 60's, 70's, & even some in their 80's, discussing how much they self indulge. So I'm not really sure age can actually be a factor.

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