The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.

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Essential shirtless experiences growing up.

Started by Stein. Last reply by Brown Fox 4 hours ago. 30 Replies

What were yours?For me they included almost daily games of hoops skins and hearing the girls hoot,Taking my shirt before fighting a guy usually wearing Levis.Doing yardwork f8r wonen and being and…Continue

Shirt Style at Work

Started by Peter Amara. Last reply by George A. Trosper Aug 12. 9 Replies

Hey guys,How do you usually wear collared shirts when at work? For me, I wear no undershirt underneath and I usually unbutton the top two buttons whenever I work then I unbutton the rest when I go…Continue

Around the house

Started by Stein. Last reply by Brown Fox Jul 29. 21 Replies

When I am home alone I spend a lot of time wearing I lay my boxersIt feels very manly, comfortable, and a bit like I am misbehaving, which I like. It also provides easy access to the entertainment…Continue

Working Outside Shirtless

Started by Rick Stevens. Last reply by Kurt Jul 28. 153 Replies

I worked like a dog for nearly 2 hours today installing landscaping around our neighborhood pool.  It felt so invigorating and masculine to be sweating like crazy and shirtless. It is a shame more…Continue

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Comment by George Henry Robbins III 9 hours ago

While I would not make it a habit of going into stores shirtless, sometimes when I run or walk in the neighborhood or park, the stares from women make me feel great. The stares are almost always pleasant. Have been approached by women numerous times to talk and they are usually staring at my chest when they are talking.

Comment by Lon R. 19 hours ago

I don't think I'd ever go shirtless in most stores either (maybe a convenience store to get a drink after a run, but that's about it.) To me, the shirtless experience is best when it feels natural, and having that awkward feeling of everyone staring at you would ruin it.

Comment by Matt Eo 19 hours ago

Just a few months ago, I actually saw a couple of guys go into a Lowe's sans shirts.  No one said anything and I actually saw them in the checkout line almost 30 minutes later.  I figured that with my luck, I would definitely be asked to leave if I tried that!  That said, working outside with my shirt off is one thing...I don't think I'd be comfortable walking into a store (home improvement or anything else) with my shirt off...

Comment by Lon R. 19 hours ago

Nice. Yeah, I don't think that would fly today; and honestly, even if it would, that probably wouldn't be for me. Love going shirtless outdoors, but not crazy about doing it in highly populated areas.

Comment by Alejandro De La Garza 20 hours ago

Lon, I’ve gone to the bank ATM – day and night – while shirtless on a few occasions.  This reminds me of something I witnessed some 30+ years ago: 2 men shirtless in the lobby of a local bank!  I almost couldn’t believe it.  They looked like construction workers and each wore only a pair of jean shorts and tawny-colored work boots.  I’d be surprised even back then if they weren’t told to leave and come back wearing shirts.  But, I don’t think anybody did.  And, I certainly don’t think any man would get away with that today.

Comment by George A. Trosper yesterday

Is that a breakthru for you, Lon? Because even if it's not in your case, there are guys for whom that would be a step away from self-restriction toward what they really want to do.

Comment by Lon R. yesterday

Went to the bank shirtless yesterday ...

... but just to use the ATM. And it was night. And no one else was there. Heh.

Comment by Scott J on Sunday

I always appreciated the manliness of Robin's chest.

He was a complex man. I think of his role in Bicentennial Man, how his humanity came through in that mechanical man he portrayed. That movie, and others, will be much more poignant now.

Comment by Tim Dienes on August 11, 2014 at 8:52pm

In addition to all the talent, a handsome man, with one of the best attitudes about shirtlessness in Hollywood. RIP, Robin Williams.

Comment by ShirtlessGeorge on August 6, 2014 at 9:44pm
When I take my last "stay" cation for the year, I intend to wear a shirt as little as possible

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