That is what I like. A young guy who values his appearance, works out, and is proud to show off what he has achieved. A guy who, like this next one, will feel good on the beach…
♥ I enjoy posting such pictures on this blog for the enjoyment of readers.
However, there have been a couple of inappropriate comments made recently, which I have not permitted to be published, and a couple of off-line remarks also.
So, just for the avoidance of doubt…
♥ All gay activities mentioned in this blog take place between consenting adults and in private places open only to like-minded guys
♥ Yes, I and many of my adult gay colleagues enjoy training naked, enjoying the sight and feel of other bodies hard at work developing muscles and using them in acrobatic skills, wrestling, etc
♥ Within our two ‘families’ (that’s Dave and I, the kids, and their lesbian mums), since the day the kids were born, no-one has had hang-ups about appearing naked in the home or ‘skinny dipping’ together in private locations: this is essentially ordinary family ‘naturism’, ‘Frei Korper Kultur’ as it’s openly practiced in the German-speaking countries, and a generally-accepted activity for which many local authorities in Europe (less so in US) provided dedicated areas on beaches, riversides, and so forth
♥ This ‘freedom’ has led my son Leo (and Dave’s daughter to a lesser extent until her female development became more obvious) to tend to run around naked: if left to themselves, Leo and his young male friends continue to tend to train, swim, and sometimes to fool around (play wrestling) naked, again in private locations only where others cannot observe them… such as the great summer four weeks in Wales shared with his friend Chris and their mutual UK friend Ollie (whose parents were in attendance most of the time)… few kids get such a chance in such a beautiful location to just ‘be themselves’
♥ The kids do not know my books (shown at the bottom of this post) even exist, and their (innocent) appearances in them have been disguised with pseudonyms and some changed locations
♥ Our work coaching young people in gymnastics and acrobatics is totally separated from our gay life, is supervised with legal checks and appropriate training, and our interest in those kid’s bodies relates only to their appropriate training regime for the skills they wish to develop. All teaching sessions can be observed by parents throughout, and the kid’s work is regularly discussed with the parents. That said, most boys in gymnastic clubs around the world tend to prefer to train shirtless for the freedom of movement it allows and to keep cool
♥ We are NOT, absolutely NOT paedophiles, and find even the idea revolting and obnoxious. And I come from a country (UK) where local residents set fire to the home of a paediatrician (doctor specialising in infant care, again for the avoidance of doubt) because they couldn’t take the trouble to understand the difference between the two words. No child in our care, professionally or otherwise, will ever be at risk from us or any of our colleagues
and, finally, to answer one particularly troubling suggestion
♥ We would not consider even for an instant any form of ‘relationship’ across the generation gap, not even when the kids become adults
Just Sayin’… I hope that’s clear!
Sorry for the rant. I just git a bit fired up. Now let’s continue the customary celebration of the young male physique and the work that goes into creating it.
‘How am I doin?’
OK, those books. Click on the covers for more info about how Dave and I found love, our love of acrobatics, and lots more:
One more pic, then:
No more rants for a while: promise!