Torsten Posted February 11, 2014 Report Share Posted February 11, 2014 One of the things that always turned me on going through high school was how we guys smelled. I know that might sound kinky, but I really like how males smell just after physical activity, whether athletics or work. Not gross, unbathed-for-a-week smell, but a nice clean guy walking off the football pitch or baseball diamond. One of my hottest teenaged memories is from the summer I was seventeen and a few friends and I went over to the beach. I hooked up with a guy a little older and we just clicked, and went back to his motel room and just acted like animals. The sea water and perspiration had long before washed off any deodorants we had on. When we were finished with each other the place reeked, but... that smell, of sweat, semen, salt air and sunscreen... I get aroused just thinking about it. If i ever get time to write a story it might start off with how a certain boy smelled to another guy... whatever. So I was thinking, when did male deodorants come into use? What was it like before the use of deodorants became nearly universal? Did everyone just accept the fact that everyone smelled bad? I know that the use of perfumes and various herbs was known for centuries, but those things would only have been used by the wealthy. Or not? Odd question, but I'm curious. Torsten Quote Link to comment
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