Okay, so the fun-loving Prince Harry got caught on camera wagging his willie and the world has gone stark raving buggers about it. I for one, don't see what the big deal is. He's got all the requisite equipment, same as any other guy. Are we all supposed to be aghast at this? It's not like he was having himself a jolly good wank in the middle of Piccadilly Circus, for crying out loud. Or strolling naked along the French Riviera. In those places one would expect to have one's photo taken.
But that was not the case, was it? No, he was in his own hotel suite with people he thought were his trusted friends; where he had every due expectation of privacy.
Personally, I say good for him for having a good time, he was on holiday after all! He's got nothing to be ashamed of, nothing to apologize for. The Palace needs to shrug this one off. After all, it was in London, 1979, on BBC where I got to see full-frontal male nudity on broadcast telly, in the form of Michael York. I agree with The Sliver Fox himself, Anderson Cooper. The Coop stated on AC360 last night, the person who took the video/snapshots should be ashamed of themselves for selling to the highest bidder, and TMZ should release the seller's name to the world so everyone will know the lack of integrity that person has.
We should all get over this need to put the male body in the shameful category. Why are men supposed to do anything possible to hide the package?
What's to be ashamed of? This?
or perhaps, these?
Or, maybe it's because they do this?
or because sometimes they do this?
...sigh... Only in the US do we make such a fuss over seeing one of the most beautiful things nature ever gave to the world: