My partner has stated to me that no matter what I wear I show a bulge. Of course, some clothes show more than others. If I wear jeans, it is obvious I am packing. If I wear dark dress pants, it's a little less obvious, but I still catch people glancing at my crotch. Pleated pants hide even more. But... When I wear jeans I catch others glancing at my crotch. Sometimes they stare. Some have a confused look on their faces. Others get a deer-in-the-headlights look. Still others give me a look of disapproval, but keep looking anyway. When I wear dress pants I still get some of the same reactions, but it's usually delayed for a moment. I sometimes get a look that says that they think their eyes might be deceiving them. The strangest reaction though comes when I wear pleated pants. As long as I am simply standing around I do not get much of a reaction, but as soon as I move or start walking... Eyes bug out. I figured that the extra cloth gave me some room for "Jiggle and Bounce" and that people were reacting to that. This turned out to be correct, but I didn't know how much until last year. I met up with a friend at a local restaurant and afterwards we decided to explore the antique mall across the street. It's one of those places that contains several boothes set up for various dealers to sell their wares on consignment. After wandering up and down many of the various isles and not seeing anything of interest, I decided it was time to head home. I said goodbye to my friend and turned around to walk back down an isle to make my exit when I suddenly caught myself walking toward a large mirror. Wow. I never knew I was quite that bouncy. I know there is some bounce when I wear jeans, but nothing like this. I turned several shades of red. I've walked around in tight jeans with no underwear and I've waved my dick at guys in public bathrooms, yet I wasn't embarrassed by my actions at the time. (That came later with the onset of maturity.) Something about seeing my package bounce around like a piglet in a gunny sack was really embarrassing. I got over it. It is what it is. Anyone else notice this sort of thing? M. "Mr. Naive" B.