6. Wavey makes the point that straight and gay men sometimes view their bodies differently:
It wasn’t hard finding straight guys to participate. I can’t speak for all gay men, but my butthole is an intensely personal place. But for a lot of straight guys, it’s not magical or mysterious or sacred – it’s where they poop. It was like asking to take a picture of their elbow. They didn’t care and were really indifferent to the whole thing.
Clearly, there some big differences between gay men and straight men, and how we view our bodies. But at the end of the day, it’s important for all of us – gay or straight – to be in tune with our bodies. Explore. Discover. Celebrate. And for the love of God, wash off the toilet paper fuzz.
15. Watch the “hole” thing right now:
- And people with disabilities are having their photos stolen and Facebook isn't helping them.