Friday, January 19, 2018

What's Your Frequency?

We've all read, or heard about, the studies regarding prostate cancer and the frequency of ejaculation. How frequent is sufficient?
The Harvard study (2004) suggests 21 times per month reduced the risk by 20%. An Australian study suggests 7 times a week or, why didn't they just say it, every day reduces the risk by 36%. Cum every day? Break a guy's heart, right?
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But, it appears that some articles are pulling another old study from 2008, which indicated that a man's age matters. The claim is that after age 50, when most men begin to develop prostate cancer, is the time men should begin concentrating on cumming more frequently.
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But, the correlation between prostate cancer and frequent masturbation seems to have become an area of interest. A 2016 study looking for evidence of effect has found:
"Findings included relations among masturbation, ejaculation frequency, and age range as individual factors of PCa risk. No universally accepted themes were identified across the study sample. Throughout the sample, there was insufficient agreement in survey design and data reporting. Potential avenues for new research include frequency of ejaculation and age range as covarying factors that could lead to more definitive statements about masturbation practice and PCa risk."
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So, the suggestion is to run new, more controlled studies to discover how much ejaculation via masturbation might help to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
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I'm going to jump out on a limb and say that, in addition to any partner sex, men should jack off at least twice per week.
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What's your frequency?

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Do You Oil?

Everyone noticed, and commented on, the obvious. But, did you look at them? Study them? Look at the skin of the glans...
Cut
Uncut
The circumcised man can develop calloused skin as the cockhead rubs against clothing, whether you wear briefs 



or freeball.



Yet, a cut dude can have a smooth, moist, sensitive glans, too.




All it takes is a few drops of Vitamin E oil each day right after a shower.
If you're cut, do you oil or moisturize?

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Notice the Difference?

 

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Notice the difference? I mean, other than the circumcision?
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The foreskin is there not only to protect the glans from harm, but to keep the skin of the head soft, moist, and supple. And, thus, better able to register sensation.
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Though touch is not necessary to get a boner, as all men can attest, it helps maintain an erection.
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Here at Big Whack Attack, we don't argue about or condemn circumcision. We understand the myriad reasons why it is done. In other words - we do not shame guys for how their individual cock may appear.
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Here we simply look for ways in which men can be proud of
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and improve the enjoyment of
what they have.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

A Bit of Caution

And speaking of balls.... I've been noticing an awful lot of this
While rings are great for giving the package a good boost,



and some are great for assisting in the rigidity of boners,

And there are combinations to help with both
these latter should be used with a bit of caution, as should these:

Why? It is possible to bruise your balls. Particularly when they pull up for an ejaculation.
Your balls can take a lot of abuse, but it doesn't mean you should mistreat them. Trauma centers report that the majority of injuries to men's packages stem from jacking off, and ball rings can cause that type of serious injury. Surgical removal of the ring could be the least of the problem.
I won't tell you guys to not use toys when playing. But, I will tell you to use a bit of common sense.

Do you, or does your partner ever use them?