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Gym designers have rid locker rooms of the gnarly shower curtains, trading them in for sexy glass escape pods. They have made bathroom stalls ever more private. Comfy couch corners, Wi-Fi and lockers with built-in locks have gone from swank options to standard issue.
Warning: This post will continue to reference the nude, male form. Readers who are prone to seizures, migraines or the vapors are encouraged to close this tab immediately. But the locker room situation is untenable.
Space can get really tight—recently, it was so crowded that a man who was crouching down to get his stuff out of one of the lower lockers squatted his butt on my water bottle that was sitting at the edge of the bench. Sometimes a particularly good-natured patron will remark on how it always seems that you return to your locker at the same time that a person using an adjacent locker to yours does, no matter how empty or crowded the locker room is. But maybe also there is something to general rules of space-filling yielding to clusters of people who roughly enter and exit the gym at the same time.
NFL policy says that all credentialed media get access to the locker rooms after games. Someone working the Jaguars-Colts game in Indianapolis on Sunday violated that policy, keeping three female reporters out because of their gender. They were detained for a few minutes before a Jaguars staffer let them in.
All week long at the Miami Herald, there had been a tremendous buildup to the big event. There had been meetings, phone calls, more meetings. I was a year-old summer intern at the Herald, between my undergraduate and master's years at Northwestern, and sports editor Paul Anger assigned me to write a sidebar on the visiting team.
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Those who have not spent any significant time in such places—i. Turns out, men are gross. They leave their dirty, wet towels everywhere.
Why is it they love to stand around naked in front of each other, while younger men just put on their clothes like normal people? What is it with old men in the locker room? In locker rooms, there's a nearly straight-line correlation between a gentleman's age and the time he enjoys spending chatting with other people, or merely walking about, with his junk on display for all to see.