Single man convincing himself that he's not doing yoga to get laid

A single man is adamant that he practises yoga for stress relief and to improve his flexibility. 29 year-old Ben Harris from London enjoys the fantastic workout, despite being the only regular male representative of a 20-person class. The fact that he has tried to have intercourse with 6 female members is purely coincidental, and mutually exclusive from his continued justification to participate. Without other men in attendance, Ben still sacrifices himself to be present, solely for an improved posture and a better quality of sleep.

“I sometimes wish that my mates would accompany me” said Ben, as he hurriedly and excitedly slipped on his vest in the changing room. “From a gender perspective, I feel terribly outcast in that yoga studio. Being alone with 19 lycra-clad women is definitely not for the faint-hearted. I force myself not to look, especially when they hold positions that might be deemed erotic. I actually prefer to meditate because it allows me to sort of shut my eyes. I don't like to mix yoga and pleasure, but if they invite me to a social evening, I always feel obliged to attend. Usually, none of the lads are available to join me."

Yoga classes throughout the UK are renowned for this terrifying gender imbalance; it’s testament to the sheer tenacity of individuals like Ben that a 50:50 ratio might one day be yogically possible.

“Ben goes to yoga?! What the f**k?!” said Carl, a visibly shocked best mate. “I thought it was restricted to women and gay men. I guess he must go with his girlfriend.”

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