See for yourself how Phil Keoghan pulls a “Sharon Stone” on National TV. This was way before he was host of “The Amazing Race”
In news other than Sharon Stone – someone wrote a letter to advice columnist Jake Myers (Founder of LGBTQ Therapy Space) about fears of setting foot in a gay bathhouse. Letter below
I’m 28 and I really want to visit a gay bathhouse. I’ve never been to one before, but I’ve always been curious about them and I really like watching bathhouse videos online. However, for some reason, I have this fear of actually going into an area of naked guys. I’m not super sexually experienced and have only been with a handful men over the years, most of whom have been 10+ years older than me. I tried going to a gay sauna once before when I was on vacation, but I chickened out at the last minute and ended up going back to my hotel room and “taking care of myself” on my own. Am I overthinking all this? Should I just do it?
Scared in the Sauna
What is Jake Myers advice? In short he says
You could simply go to the bathhouse and watch, for example. Or have a solo date in a private room, letting yourself get turned on by the sexually charged atmosphere without having to engage in any physical contact with anyone else. There may be invitations to play, but you’re the master of your domain. If you’re not feeling it, you can kindly say “no thank you.”
To read the rest of his answer go to I’m afraid of going into a bathhouse… but it’s all I can think about