Just take a moment to think how ridiculous it is. People who keep in shape will probably be seen now and then trackies. It's almost impossible to wear trackies and for your crotch-bulge not to be visible. That's not flaunting your penis, it's merely present beneath a fabric that reveals its existence. Under certain circumstances, every man's penis would be visible due to the appendage's external existence. So why do people get so excited about the slightest hint of bulge, which just acknowledges that yes, this man is indeed a man?
Print and online media aimed directly at gay men is plastered with images of male nudity. Obviously appreciation of the male form is something all gay men have in common, but why does it have to encroach on everything else involved in gay culture? The Gay Community is so much more than pornstars and underwear models and screengrabs of soapstars in their pants. Sex sells of course, but should it sell everything? If it does, gay men are risking becoming parodies of themselves, where being pervy is as much of who they are than their orientation ever was in the first place.
We've all seen the photos of accidental erections in public places, or the clear imprint of a bellend in wet white boxers. The intention behind the circulation of these pictures is either humorous or provocative and for either reason, there is a clear point to looking at them. But when a link appears on Facebook with a star over a crotch and an invite to look at the uncensored image on the site, are you really that gullible? Are you that base and primitive that you'll bring the site your traffic, just to see a limp dick in some Calvins? I've done it, we all have. But shall we stop it? For all our sakes?