There are always a lot of posts here about strange locker room behavior. Here's one more. A while back ago, while I was in the locker room at my gym changing into my work-out clothes, the guy next to me looked over at me and said, disapprovingly, "Dude, you should wear a towel." I had just pulled off my underwear and had bent down to retrieve my jock strap from my gym bag, which was on the floor. For the record, I was not particularly dallying, and I had bent down rather discretely at the knee, not at the waist, so it wasn't that I had flashed him a bird's eye view of my ass. I was caught off gaurd, and I offered a sarcastic apology for offending him. I don't know the guy, and he's someone I see at the gym occasionally, but not regularly. I told a few friends about the incident, all of us just rolling our eyes at what seems to be an increasing number of men -- primarily younger ones, this guy looked about 30 -- who act as if it's gross to see another man's genitals, even in a setting such as a men's locker room. Last night, after arriving at the gym and entering the locker room, I saw him in one of the bays of lockers telling the guy across from him, "Dude, you should wear a towel." The naked guy looked puzzled, as I'm sure I looked during my earlier encounter with him, and he told him if he didn't want to see, then not to look. Grinning, I stationed myself at a locker in the same bay, and when the guy the saw me, I could tell he recognized me. He quickly left with a look on his face I would describe as both imperious and a little embarrased. As I changed clothes, I relayed to the guy getting dressed how I had the EXACT same encounter with him just a couple months earlier. The guy who had just been told to wear a towel was in good shape and was fairly well hung. He laughingly speculated to me that the guy obviously had it in for guys with big mucsles and big dicks. I don't know how this guy selects the targets of his wrath, but he cetainly appears to have a mission. I think maybe he needs therapy.