Friday, March 24, 2017

Some Day, They'll Thank You

What a terrific response to yesterday's post. Thank you all so much. Comments and emails are what keep me on the correct track.
A conversation with a friend (who is not Jewish) attended her grandson's Bris. "What the hell is a foreskin for? What does it do?" (Me, thinking: OMG. Really?? How old are you???)

"The foreskin covers the glans -" 
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"What's that?"
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"The head of the cock. The foreskin is there to protect it, keep the skin soft and moist. Otherwise, it can get dry and, like any other skin constantly rubbing against clothing, build up callous. It's why cut men complain about loss of sensitivity."
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"What can they do about it?"

"Vitamin E oil. Pure Vitamin E oil on the head of his dick every day."

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Seriously, guys. If you're cut - whether it was at birth, or from a medical need - put a few drops on your cockhead after a shower. It'll keep the skin nice and soft - the way it should be. That will increase the sensitivity. Increased sensitivity increases sexual pleasure.
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And can increase the intensity of ejaculation.
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If you're cut, buy some this weekend and start using it.
If you have sons who have been circumcised, make them use it.
Some day they'll thank you for it.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

A Loss of Dignity?

You may have suspected the posts were leading to something. Of course they were.
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A Pennsylvania student, identified as "Joel Doe," has filed a lawsuit against his school district. Kellie Fiedorek, an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom, representing the plaintiff in US District Court of Eastern PA, claims in the suit: "Joel experienced immediate confusion, embarrassment, humiliation, and loss of dignity upon finding himself in this circumstance."
Of course, the article I read about this left out the rest of that organization's name: For Faith. For Justice. In other words, it's a religious freedom organization, pushing their beliefs and morals through the courts and (they hope) into law.
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What happened? Joel Doe was changing for PE class, when he noticed a student in shorts and bra changing as well. The student is in the process of transitioning from female to male. The incident took place in October 2016. The lawsuit has been made possible because The Orange One rescinded the Executive Order of the Obama administration. Therefore, Feidorek states "laws and customs" recognize that we shouldn't undress in front of the opposite gender.
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Well, I would like to know why Joel was confused, embarrassed, and humiliated. A loss of dignity? For crying out loud, dude! you have a penis, not some giant unseemly, abnormal, disfiguring tumor.
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Is that transgender person not supposed to know about cocks, or what one looks like?
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I'll bet he does.
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Or, am I completely missing something here?

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Pass It All Along

As this photo Patrick posted on his blog Men I've... indicates
Sculpture in religious shrine in India
ancient societies thought of the phallus as beautiful, something to be honored. Today, boners are only one of the specific issues we have to fight to talk about openly. There is so much we men should (and deserve) to know about our equipment. The more we know, the better prepared we are to take proper care of it all.
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We don't easily converse about our cocks, our balls. We need to. We need to open a dialogue, and then keep it going. Next month is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. I've got some special things planned. Gay, straight, bi, pan...whatever your preferred self-identity is, you'll want to check in for those. Because, next month, balls are going mainstream!
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Let's put our genitals out in the open.
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Let's allow them to be seen.
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Let's learn from one another.
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And pass it all along.
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

No (Boner) Apologies

Achy balls.... Many things cause them. Being horny, with that heavy, full sensation. Any manner of trauma. Infections. But, there's another issue that can plague a guy, and cause the nuts to ache something awful...and can actually interfere with ejaculation.
Which, of course, makes the man-berries ache all the more.
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The seminal ducts can become blocked. You reach the peak, the balls pull up, the Cremaster Muscles clamp down to propel the swimmers and...
nothing. They go nowhere. The plumbing is literally backed up.
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This happened to me many years ago, during my first marriage. I went into my doctor with swollen testicles and a lump in my lower abdomen - right at the junction of the ballsac. He had me drop my pants, of course, to examine me. He pushed and I winced and gasped.
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He asked if I'd ejaculated recently. Well...
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He told me what he suspected. The fix? I needed to trust him, he wasn't getting 'fresh.' He gently massaged both sides at the base of my cock, manipulating the the swollen duct. I mumbled "sorry" as my cock rose to look him in the eye.
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His response? "Don't ever apologize for an erection." Well, I'd never popped wood in front of a doctor before.
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I didn't cum, but my cock oozed a lot as he manipulated and massaged around the base of the shaft.
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The lump reduced and I felt a lot better... And, when I got home later - at his suggestion - I jacked off and was able to cum. An oozing out, rather than blasting, but what a relief.
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As I related it to a buddy later during that week, he said I should take that lesson to heart. "If a doctor is touching my cock and massaging my balls, I'm gonna get a hard-on. I'm not going to apologize for that."
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The lesson:
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Boners require no apologies.