"Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged." I am generally considered by most I know to be young and cute, but I don't feel that gives me the right nor the need to judge others who are a lot older or generally considered less attractive people. If you have a great body and wear a speedo, great, if I think you don't look good in one, that's just my opinion and I'll try to keep it to myself. The say something nice about the post above yours type of idea is a beautiful thing. When I first started coming to this site I met a lot of very interesting guys of different ages, body types, and experiences. Many people shared freely about very diverse thoughts and experiences without excessive whining, judgments, or attacks. But lately so many threads complain about older, or what they call 'ugly' guys looking. About fathers or others of different ages who dare to be naked around those of their own gender. There is even a lot of things that seem to pit so-called str8s against so-called gays, etc. If I have ever done this, I'm sorry and I think there should be less of it here. That's just my opinion, I am not looking to be attacked or judged for it. But I was wondering if anyone else agreed with what I was noticing about all this ageism, attacks against people who may not look as good as others in the majorities opinion, and about others' freedoms and lifestyle choices, or orientations, etc., etc., etc. In other words a whole lot of judging of our fellow man and his right to be, or look, different and diverse, or make different choices or interpretations or views of his own life experiences even if some others don't always agree. The rights of minorities are not always be challenged by the perceived or even actual majorities. This is being lost in some our cultures and is evidenced in some of the current debates in the U.S.A. over same-gender marriage equality. We don't all have to agree, but we don't have to so often perhaps post threads or replies that complain so much about people who are different than ourselves or the even majority view. It is a dangerous trend to judge others so much and try to deny or always whine about or complain about others' freedoms to look at what or who they want when they want, for others to live as they choose to live and with whom they choose to and recognize some equal rights to those freedoms and others. I don't care who looks at me in my real life, if their eyes work and I am in public they have every right to use there eyes, I also wish less people were as repressed as so many seem to be these days in some parts of the U.S.A. So I will promote more tolerance of freedoms of expression when I can and try to live as an example of that even when it's not always perhaps easy. Some people still think gays are evil wrong and should be outlawed, others think nudity in a locker room should be if they judge it excessive. So much judging, can lead to everyone's freedoms to be as they choose and live as they choose to be evaporated. "They began to name-call, label as criminals those who were different, or had views, lives, or identities they disagreed with, or they labeled as dangerous, abnormal, or other such things." First they came for the Communists But I was not a Communist, so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Socialists and Trade Unionists But I was not a Socialist or Trade Unionist, so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Jews But I was not a Jew, so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Catholics, I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me But by then there was no one left to speak out for me. -Reflections on the Holocaust.