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    (Original post by I have feelings to)
    Ok so, I am gay and well I love looking at other guys and am more then happy fo other guys to look at me. So I can see how my oppinion would be different. But...

    I really don't think it's a big deal to look at each other, for what ever reason (curiosity, sexual interest, or just for the asthetics), after all you are getting it out in public, people could also see it by accident. As far as I'm concerned provided all you do is look you've not done anything wrong, its polite to be discrete I think though!

    The way I see it, if you don't want others to see your tackle, don't put yourself in that position. But guys remember that the penis is a beautifull thing, yes including your's! Don't be ashamed it's perfectly natural.
    If you stared at me I would probably punch you in the face you perv ¬_¬

    Ogling another mans genitals is not cool man, not cool.
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    (Original post by mckinnon94)
    7 and a half inch hard, I remember one guy glanced over once, I felt awkward, but then he gave a chuff of admiration, and I felt awesome.
    Why is your member erect inside the gents
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    (Original post by I have feelings to)
    As far as I'm concerned provided all you do is look you've not done anything wrong, its polite to be discrete I think though
    Nothing technically wrong no, though it's pretty indecent/pervy.. like gorping at a breast feeding mother or somet :rolleyes:
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    As someone who is slightly well endowed I used to get looks at the urinal, now I tend to use a cubical to pee if I have to go in a public loo. The only person who is allowed to look at my junk, besides me, is my gf
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    Seeing as i have what people would call "Shy ****", I cannot physically go in public urinals. Although it sounds really stupid you guys don't realise how annoying the problem is.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Seeing as i have what people would call "Shy ****", I cannot physically go in public urinals. Although it sounds really stupid you guys don't realise how annoying the problem is.
    I'm sort of the same.

    I only get it when someone is using the urinal next to me.
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    I try to use a cubicle whenever I can.
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    Well, at least I know now what goes on in the boys toilets...
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    Oh lord, I stepped into the right thread...

    Having a rather large old man, I've had more than a handful of stares come at me over the past few years. As a result, I don't think I've used a public urinal in around eighteen months now. I always use stalls, regardless of if I have to wait five minutes or not. If there isn't one of those, then I'll simply not go.

    Such incidents have made me think there are guys out there who purposefully look for such men, likely in response to them making a come-on. Couple of 'memorable' occurrences:

    - Not sure if this is a trend everywhere in continental Europe, though in virtually every urinal I visited in Austria, the sides were virtually non-existent, and as a result, you could see the every punters garbage without even being directly next to them. Long story short, I'm doing my business; guy comes next to me, unzips, and goes at it too. He tries making conversation, to which I am not that partial, and thus shut him down or downright fail to reply. I go to zip up, and the guy lunges at me and tries grabbing my area. I walk out without even washing my hands, in more than a ****ing hurry. That's the worst one by far.

    Multiple times I've had (presumed) gay men try and talk me into 'doing stuff', you could say, simply by witnessing what I've got. How audacious can you be? I made no signal that I was of that persuasion, yet these people try and attempt such stuff at that.

    Last one, and most recent before boycotting the urinal. I was using the staff toilets at work, just after finishing my shift. Guy comes in, looks a bit of a heavy metal type of person, and starts pissing next to me (there were two urinals, and he bypasses every single cubicle despite them being vacant). As soon as he catches a look at me, he walks back, and starts showing himself in front of me, saying 'You've got a big one too, eh?'. Again, walked out, barely finished pissing, didn't wash my hands and virtually ran out of the exit.
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    (Original post by badger-man)
    This thread made me remember this video:

    Everyone should know the rules of the bathroom!
    That being said, I've had the odd glance
    I wish girls bathrooms had such rules; instead we have groups of 2-5 sharing a cubicle and having very lengthy conversations, our students union even has a twin cubicle in one of the bathrooms! :mad:
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    (Original post by philistine)
    Oh lord, I stepped into the right thread...

    Having a rather large old man, I've had more than a handful of stares come at me over the past few years. As a result, I don't think I've used a public urinal in around eighteen months now. I always use stalls, regardless of if I have to wait five minutes or not. If there isn't one of those, then I'll simply not go.

    Such incidents have made me think there are guys out there who purposefully look for such men, likely in response to them making a come-on. Couple of 'memorable' occurrences:

    - Not sure if this is a trend everywhere in continental Europe, though in virtually every urinal I visited in Austria, the sides were virtually non-existent, and as a result, you could see the every punters garbage without even being directly next to them. Long story short, I'm doing my business; guy comes next to me, unzips, and goes at it too. He tries making conversation, to which I am not that partial, and thus shut him down or downright fail to reply. I go to zip up, and the guy lunges at me and tries grabbing my area. I walk out without even washing my hands, in more than a ****ing hurry. That's the worst one by far.

    Multiple times I've had (presumed) gay men try and talk me into 'doing stuff', you could say, simply by witnessing what I've got. How audacious can you be? I made no signal that I was of that persuasion, yet these people try and attempt such stuff at that.

    Last one, and most recent before boycotting the urinal. I was using the staff toilets at work, just after finishing my shift. Guy comes in, looks a bit of a heavy metal type of person, and starts pissing next to me (there were two urinals, and he bypasses every single cubicle despite them being vacant). As soon as he catches a look at me, he walks back, and starts showing himself in front of me, saying 'You've got a big one too, eh?'. Again, walked out, barely finished pissing, didn't wash my hands and virtually ran out of the exit.
    Sorry to hear that! People like that are sick! I personally don't see the harm in a sneaky peek tho!
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    (Original post by parpirate)
    I wish girls bathrooms had such rules; instead we have groups of 2-5 sharing a cubicle and having very lengthy conversations, our students union even has a twin cubicle in one of the bathrooms! :mad:
    A twin cubicle? :lolwut:
    This is madness!
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    (Original post by parpirate)
    I wish girls bathrooms had such rules; instead we have groups of 2-5 sharing a cubicle and having very lengthy conversations, our students union even has a twin cubicle in one of the bathrooms! :mad:
    As in a cubicle with 2 toilets inside?
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    I can't say it bothers me, i consider myself quite well off down there so i take it as a compliment. If someone was really obviously staring that would freak me out though, especially if they said something to me about it!

    What is really annoying is when there are several urinals free and someone decides to use the one next to me. I was at the football a few weeks ago and we got there early, i went to the toilet where there is a massive long urinal, nobody else is in there, and someone decides to come in and go right next to me. **** off.
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    (Original post by No Man)
    As in a cubicle with 2 toilets inside?
    Yep, it confuses me but so does the whole concept of going in pairs/groups anyway.
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    yes I'd be annoyed, but I'd make more of an effort to hide it, as I don't have a porn star size **** :-P
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    The OP has really annoyed me, gays like him give us a bad name. I'm gay and would never stare at a blokes wang in the toilets, and i wouldn't stare at theirs, even if he was really fit. Its just wrong! You don't stare at people having a wee.
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    I suppose there's nothing wrong with the odd accidental glance. But things go to far when you start peering over cubicles. Cause.. erm... i've definitely never done that :ninja:
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    Yes it does. Especially when they are near sighted and get real close, that really irritates me.
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