Something weird happened to me earlier this week, and I am curious whether anyone else here at LPSG has had a similar experience. While I was at the gym in the locker room, naked as a jaybird, someone took a picture of me with the camera on his cell phone. It happened very quickly, but I heard a faint click and saw a small flash from the corner of my eye. I was vaguely aware of this guy being in my proximity and of him being on his phone, but I didnt think anything about it since it is commonplace to see people using their phones in the locker room and pretty much everywhere else these days. I did not recognize the guy maybe I have seen him there before, maybe not and he was very covert in his actions. Since I was caught off guard, and not 100 percent sure at the time what had happened, I didnt react. In retrospect, I am quite certain that he snapped a photo of me, and I probably should have confronted him in some way. God only knows how many other men he has photographed in the locker room with the stealthy operation of his cell phone camera. Although I am not bashful about nudity, I dislike having my picture taken without my consent. While I am not seriously concerned that this probably-rather-amateurish nude photo of someone lacking fame and celebrity will find its way to public exposure, such as over the Internet, this experience does make me wonder about the erosion of personal privacy in everyday modern life. Since a lot of cell phones nowadays have built-in cameras, it is very easy to take photos of people when they not expecting it and perhaps entirely without their knowledge. I suspect this may be happening quite a bit.