Gammon Waiting for a Hard Brexit!

Gymnophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of nudity. Sufferers of this phobia experience undue anxiety even though they realize their fear is irrational. They may worry about seeing others naked or being seen naked, or both. Their fear may stem from anxiety about sexuality in general, from a fear that their bodies are physically inferior, or from a fear that their nakedness leaves their bodies–and their personalities–exposed and unprotected. “Gymnophobia” is derived from the Greek “gymnos” (naked) and “phobos” (fear). The word “gymnasium” comes from the Greek “gymnasion” (a place for athletic exercises) and the Greek “gymnasein” (to train naked).

Seb. What’s the opposite of Gymnophobia? I typically can’t wait to get naked at every opportunity possible. I actively search out situations and places to nude up and lose all my clothes. The mens’ changing room is especially joyful for me swinging with other blokes. I love the beach – the nuder the better. I strip off when I come home from work and love doing the housework nude. My wife gets pissed off because I’m nude at any opportunity – because she likes clothes and sees nudity as denying her indulgence in nice clothes. I like dressing well too – but even there I prefer to dress to the right commando style. When my kids were teenagers they phoned first before bringing friends home to use the pool. I would normally be found bi the pool roasting my arse. Yesterday I was up at dawn and had a quiet wank in the garden as the summer sun rose over the horizon. The glorious feel of taking my shirt off in the sun is a delight, but losing my pants and letting the boys out is the best. I guess I don’t care what others see – its all about how I feel. Does that make me a bad person??? Bob

Hello Bob, The opposite of Gymnophobia is HaPenis. Suffering from Hapenis does not make you a bad person, it actually makes you a star, a big bright fucking shinny star. HaPenis Days!

Loving Kind Men

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  1. Seb. What’s the opposite of Gymnophobia? I typically can’t wait to get naked at every opportunity possible. I actively search out situations and places to nude up and lose all my clothes. The mens’ changing room is especially joyful for me swinging with other blokes. I love the beach – the nuder the better. I strip off when I come home from work and love doing the housework nude. My wife gets pissed off because I’m nude at any opportunity – because she likes clothes and sees nudity as denying her indulgence in nice clothes. I like dressing well too – but even there I prefer to dress to the right commando style. When my kids were teenagers they phoned first before bringing friends home to use the pool. I would normally be found bi the pool roasting my arse. Yesterday I was up at dawn and had a quiet wank in the garden as the summer sun rose over the horizon. The glorious feel of taking my shirt off in the sun is a delight, but losing my pants and letting the boys out is the best. I guess I don’t care what others see – its all about how I feel. Does that make me a bad person???

  2. Gymnophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of nudity. Sufferers of this phobia experience undue anxiety even though they realize their fear is irrational. They may worry about seeing others naked or being seen naked, or both. Their fear may stem from anxiety about sexuality in general, from a fear that their bodies are physically inferior, or from a fear that their nakedness leaves their bodies–and their personalities–exposed and unprotected.

    “Gymnophobia” is derived from the Greek “gymnos” (naked) and “phobos” (fear). The word “gymnasium” comes from the Greek “gymnasion” (a place for athletic exercises) and the Greek “gymnasein” (to train naked).

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