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how to avaiod getting a boner in public showers/ lockeroom

Okay don't think I'm a weirdo or gay because I'm not. I'm aroused by anything that has to do with being naked or sex. So i play hockey on a guys team, and after a hard workout I would love to be able to shower with the other guys, but I'm afraid that I will get a boner. I've heard all the tricks about don't think about it, and all that but for me i would forget about all that. I have another issue too, my **** isn't small so you would clearly be able to see my ****. My question is would it freak out other guys if you had a slight boner in the shower?


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Hi, a slight boner you may just get away with, but this is something you should grow out of in time, you should try getting into more changing rooms being naked with a lot of other straight guys though, as this may help.
Good Luck
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No, I would not be freaked out if someone else had an erection. I'm not sure about other guys, though.
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I agree with TheAlpha1550. I wouldn’t be freaked out if anybody in the locker room or shower got an erection or had one when getting undressed. It’s just not a big deal to me. Probably because it happened to me a couple times. Haha yeah, I get hard if the wind blows it seems. Soon as I start to drop trou, it starts to go up. It just happens. No rhyme or reason, just a boner.
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