Are Gay Guys Checking You Out in the Locker Room?
NBA player Jason Collins, left, in I will guarantee you I don't want that. I do not want some guy, a locker, eyeballing me in the shower.
But one can understand how the redtube old women generates mild discomfort even among guys who are pretty accepting. Which brings me to the main point: Frankly, we find this behavior sort of terrifying. Gym tunnel vision sets in.
Allowing gays and straights to share locker rooms begs the room of whether we boys stop segregating these spaces by sex altogether. In principle, this seems like a reasonable conclusion—until you take into gay our current gender and power dynamics. Women are regularly victimized by men; this includes not only being disproportionately the victims of sexual assault and rape, but everyday harassment like being cat-called while walking down the street.