The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.

Location: The beach, the jogging trail, or wherever else we want.
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I Am What I Am And I Do What I Do

Started by Cletus Rothschild. Last reply by Poe Dameron on Wednesday. 12 Replies

Hi folks. I've seen the AoM before, but I found this group via a search about shirtlessness. It's odd: I don't really care what other people think about it, yet I've developed a strange fascination…Continue

Shirts vs. Skins?

Started by Salt Dragon. Last reply by Josh Apr 14. 18 Replies

Do kids still play shirts vs. skins in school or pick me up basketball?  I saw a website called and it had no pix of bare-chested players. In eight grade we played that way and I…Continue

Being Shirtless At A Summer Get Together

Started by Jay. Last reply by Arjan Apr 11. 7 Replies

I have been to parties at friends houses in the summer, outdoors, usually on a hot and sunny day. I notice that after a while some of the men take off their shirts when they are having conversation…Continue

Taking a nature walk...barechested

Started by Chris J.. Last reply by Mark Sanderson Apr 9. 16 Replies

Last weekend, I went on from a peaceful nature walk through woods without a shirt on, and I just wanted to say it was one of the greatest experiences I had outdoors. I was alone, just exploring…Continue

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Comment by Sir on April 16, 2017 at 8:41pm

IDK if this would interest anyone here, but I was trying to figure why this comedian is shirtless.  It seems it's just his trademark or something.

Comment by Tim on April 14, 2017 at 5:15pm

nude? that's a little If I'm exercising or doing something strenuous outside and it gets above 60 degrees F, the shirt comes off sooner or later. Looking forward to the warmer days ahead.

Comment by David Arbogast on April 11, 2017 at 11:39pm

Yeah, I take the shirt off whenever it is warm enough, too.  Because I work at home I get to go shirtless as much as I like.  From time to time folks will show up at my door.  I enjoy their expressions when I answer the door shirtless.  It sort of reminds me of an older man who came to the door of his apartment totally nude when a friend and I happened to knock on his door.  I am not up to answering my door in the nude - yet.

Comment by Poe Dameron on April 11, 2017 at 11:06pm
IN my case, my shirt comes off even when I'm not hot.i just enjoy being bare chested
Comment by David Arbogast on April 11, 2017 at 10:55pm

I have the great advantage of being single and working at home in addition to having a weird metabolism where I easily overheat.  I can only actively work outside, mowing grass in the summer or shoveling snow in the winter, for fifteen minutes before I overheat and off goes my shirt.

Comment by zak on January 3, 2017 at 2:57pm

today is my frist time on . my mom & dad told me from the time i was a baby i never like to whear a shirt. the put on & i cry take it off i was happy. i only put one on when i have to. from april-nov.i go shirtless out side.if the temp is at less 55. and  never when im in the houes.

if it winter & i have a coat on yhe coat comes off then the shirt.

Comment by Southern Gent on December 24, 2016 at 3:25pm

I enjoy being in my yard shirtless, with the sun on my shoulders, and a light breeze across my chest.

Comment by Zbud980 on October 29, 2016 at 1:20pm
I'm a guy that lives alone so always shirtless. What is the point of wearing a shirt if you are a guy living alone or with other males? No reason to.
Comment by Jack Smith on September 27, 2016 at 7:04am

If I am home I am shirtless.

Comment by J. D. on September 27, 2016 at 6:59am

My house is nearly always warm enough.  I once threw all the windows open in February during a windstorm and got the temp inside my apartment down to 47 degrees, and still kept my shirt off for most of the day following a hot shower.  Never caught a cold from doing it either.


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