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PE kit: shirtless, barefoot and no underwear

May 12 2009 at 8:55 AM
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I've heard that there are still some schools which require boys bing shirtless for P.E. and some don't allow underwear under gym shorts.
Do you know any school with such a rule?I don't know any.(I would like to know the school's names,website...etc. proving it)
What is/was your PE kit at school? (with school names)

 
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School PE

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May 14 2009, 10:03 AM 

In the late 50's and early 60's, we were required to wear a T-shirt, shorts, jock, and tennis shoes. If you forgot the gear, you then had to remove the street clothes of pants, shirt and regular shoes, and just do the activities in your underwear and socks. We had one person come to class without his gear and the coach made him remove the street clothing. BUT he was freeballing and no socks. Thus naked for this class period. I know he never did forget his PE clothes again. If it happened again and forgot the clothes, all would just skip class and go to detention.

 
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barefootgarry
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Re: School PE

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August 15 2015, 11:18 AM 


 
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barefootgarry
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freeballing

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August 15 2015, 11:19 AM 

What is freeballing!

 
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School PE Kit: England 1947-1960

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June 17 2009, 5:36 AM 

Primary School: age 5 - 10
There was no special kit (this was not many years after WW2 when clothing was rationed) and we generally did PE in whatever we had on at the time. This was generally cotton (summer) or woollen (winter) vest (singlet for non-UK English speakers) and fly-front underpants, topped with grey flannel shorts and grey shirt, with a woollen jumper in cold weather. I remember one Summer afternooon, just before I left primary school, the PE master made us (boys at least, I can't remember if we did PE mixed or not) strip to the waist for PE in the sun in the playground. I remember confiding in this episode with my younger sister, but for some reason I was reluctant to tell my parents, probably because the prospect of kids going about without vests on was rather revolutionary in most households at that time.

Secondary School 1: age 11 - 16
Specified PE kit was white shorts and PE vest; on economy grounds, those of us who regularly wore underwear vests, i.e. initially virtually all of us, got into the habit of substituting our normal everyday vest for the latter item. After I had been at this school for a couple of years, the PE staff decided that it would be healthier for us to do PE topless and took a vote among us on the matter. Not surprisingly, toplessness got a 100% vote. With this garb, "Shirts and Skins" was obviously out, so we had coloured sashes to distinguish teams when necessary. Although we were expected to wear vests between the changing room and the gym, this rule was honoured more in the breach than the observance and we soon got into the habit of "forgetting" to put our vests back on under our shirts after PE. As we had PE every day of the week, generally in the mornings, we ended up minus our vests for much of the school week and soon most of us didn't bother coming to school in a vest at all, much to the concern of most of our parents, who felt that all children should wear vests all the year round, regardless of climate. There was no prohibition on the wearing of underwear, although for the first couple of years, most of us freeballed. At one point, probably when we were 12 or 13 and one lad got accidentally kicked in the "privates", the PE master advised us that we should think about wearing some form of support, and mentioned a thing called a "jock-strap". I don't think any of us had ever heard of this item of clothing, and i don't think any of us took the trouble to obtain one, but most of us took the hint, and from then on we tended to keep our underpants on for PE.

Secondary School 2: age 16 - 18
Specified PE kit was rather more conservative, white T-shirt and black rugby shorts, and no exceptions. Despite a persistent campaign by myself and a few others who arrived from schools where topless PE was customary, full kit was the inflexible rule, except for the beginning and end of term weigh-in, when for some reason we would strip down to our shorts. Since the shorts weighed rather more than the T-shirts, the logic behind this still escapes me. "Shirts and Skins" was out, sashes distinguished teams. There were no underwear rules, or even recommendations, but for comfort and safety we generally all wore some form of support, principally swimming trunks (Speedo type) or, increasingly, jock-straps, which we preferred once we had tried them out. This was where I got my first jock-straps, which I still find the ideal mimimal male undergarment, and which I generally regularly wear, particularly at week-ends.


 
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No shirt, no shoes, no underwear

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September 23 2011, 12:46 AM 

I'm not sure about PE, but I live in New York and go barefoot all year round. I have not worn underwear and socks in over one year. I do a alot of biking and thus go in shorts barefoot and shirtless from March til October. Since I do not wear underwear I am one article of clothing away from going naked

 
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barefootgarry
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What did you do in PE

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August 15 2015, 11:21 AM 

In School did you go barefoot in PE?

 
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Dalton Reyzasha
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My school PE Uniform rule

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December 2 2013, 10:23 PM 

Im 16 and have gym every day. My gym uniform is, No shoes (maybe socks) No shirt, silky stretchy shorts with No underwear. I live in Russia so. But if we are caught wearing underwear or a shirt, we either get Spanked (4 swats bare butt), or we have to stand on the Basketball court with everyone staring at you only in the PE uniform. Which is No shoes or socks, No shirt, No underwear. Only in your silky stretchy (Starter brand is what i wear, and they are almost see through but not to wear you can see anything) gym shorts for 10 minutes. My best friend got a boner and got in trouble. My school is extremely strict but its fun!

 
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barefoot or socks

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August 15 2015, 11:23 AM 

Did you go barefoot or did you wear socks.

Only girls wear socks.

Did your mates go barefoot by their own choice.

Did you go barefoot of your own choice all the time or was it as a result of forgetting trainers and only then.

 
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Dalton Reyzasha
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My school PE Uniform rule

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December 2 2013, 10:28 PM 

Im 16 and have gym every day. My gym uniform is, No shoes (maybe socks) No shirt, silky stretchy shorts with No underwear. I live in Russia so. But if we are caught wearing underwear or a shirt, we either get Spanked (4 swats bare butt), or we have to stand on the Basketball court with everyone staring at you only in the PE uniform. Which is No shoes or socks, No shirt, No underwear. Only in your silky stretchy (Starter brand is what i wear, and they are almost see through but not to wear you can see anything) gym shorts for 10 minutes. My best friend got a boner and got in trouble. My school is extremely strict but its fun!

 
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Re: My school PE Uniform rule

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December 21 2016, 2:55 PM 

Why did you have to post this three times!

 
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Dalton Reyzasha
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My school PE Uniform rule

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December 2 2013, 10:29 PM 

Im 16 and have gym every day. My gym uniform is, No shoes (maybe socks) No shirt, silky stretchy shorts with No underwear. I live in Russia so. But if we are caught wearing underwear or a shirt, we either get Spanked (4 swats bare butt), or we have to stand on the Basketball court with everyone staring at you only in the PE uniform. Which is No shoes or socks, No shirt, No underwear. Only in your silky stretchy (Starter brand is what i wear, and they are almost see through but not to wear you can see anything) gym shorts for 10 minutes. My best friend got a boner and got in trouble. My school is extremely strict but its fun!

 
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Shirtless

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November 25 2014, 3:02 PM 

It is amazing that even today some schools make white working class lads go shirtless to stop muslims going to their school.

http://larkshill.wakefield.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/PE-Policy.pdf

Dress and Personal Hygiene
Clothing [Indoor] All children must change for indoor PE

Girls: navy/black leotard [YR – Y3] navy/black leotard or white T-shirt and dark
shorts [Y4 – Y6]

Boys: dark shorts

 
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Bare Foot & Shirtless

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September 7 2015, 2:46 PM 

I always had to do PE in my briefs if I forgot my kit. The rules were different for girls, but in secondary school we did it. In fact, for our gymnastics lessons once every week we did it in our pants no matter what. I remember that this was embarrassing as my parents wouldn't buy me boxers and I had to put up with constant insulting as I stood there in my briefs. We weren't even allowed a vest, and I had never felt so embarrassed in my whole life. Gymnastics also involved much stretching and at worst gulp posing. I remember on my first year I had to do a game of basketball that everyone in the year was atching in my briefs. 16 year old me was mortified as he stood freezing in just his briefs. Im 19 now if you're wondering. My old secondary has changed its policy for forgotten kit, but still makes boys do it for gymnastics.

 
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