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    There were a group of Melbourne cafés who recently put up signs saying they would not take money pulled out of sweaty bike-shorts, underwear or bras. I thought this was hilarious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MillieMollyMandy View Post
    I don't like men in Speedoes or Cycling shorts either and my DH is a boardies man who wouldn't be caught dead in either. I don't know why but to me Lycra is just wrong on men, maybe it is because of the junk?
    Yes. It's the junk. It's too much info on display. A bit of mystery is preferred.

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    Eh. I don't find it attractive, but peope don't exist to please me visually. If they're wearing speedos, lyrca, or any other attire then clearly it's what they feel comfortable in. Good for them. If it's really so awful to look at, there's always the option of looking away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Yes. It's the junk. It's too much info on display. A bit of mystery is preferred.
    My thoughts exactly.

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    I can't help but think that if this was men talking about something women wear....lets say a low cut top on big breasted women....and men were saying 'it's too in your face,' 'I don't want to see women dropping food in their sweaty cleavage when I'm eating,' ewwww, they should absolutely wear a loose shirt that doesn't show so much' etc. that their responses would be 'I don't care what you think, I don't wear it to make you happy,' 'just don't sit near me if you're out for breakfast,' and 'it's quite simple, just don't look if you don't like it.' The double standard makes me uneasy.

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    Sure, but this is a fluff thread. Being too politically-correct is bad for my health. And is boring as buggery.

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    I think they look shocking and my DH would rather die than wear a pair. I find that they make their bits look really unflattering and leave nothing to the imagination. But whatever floats your boat I guess. When you think about it, all types of women's togs leave nothing to the imagination either.

    Having said that, neither of my sons will *ever* wear d*ck stickers

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Sure, but this is a fluff thread. Being too politically-correct is bad for my health. And is boring as buggery.

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    Actually I find buggery quite exciting. 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Actually I find buggery quite exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Actually I find buggery quite exciting. ������
    I just spat my coffee lol

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