Friday, August 23, 2019

Take Notice

Guys spend their lives dealing with erections at all times of the day and night. At some point we finally face it: Boners happen.

The cock doesn't care where we are, what we're doing. The worst thing a guy can do is ignore it. 

I'm not suggesting dudes drop trou right where they are, I'm simply saying they should take notice; the harder it gets, the better. It is nature's way of keeping the tissues healthy.

Notice them. 
Embrace them.

Never be ashamed or embarrassed.
I will be gone most of, if not all, next week for medical reasons. I hope to return by Friday. Have a good weekend. Have a good week.

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Embrace It

Have a glory-filled day.

It can happen any time, any place.
When it does, you may as well embrace it.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019


A laugh to get you over the hump.
You're welcome.

Against Naked Men

Speaking of public nudity....

...and law enforcement "looking the other way." The son of a friend took a road trip with a couple of his buddies last weekend. They made a rest stop out in the middle of nowhere, as the saying goes. They were in the desert area, no houses or businesses in sight, when one of the guys decided he needed to pee. Maybe that's why they stopped in the first place.
There's a bush right next to him but, remember, they're out in the desert - there's no one around. Except for a lone Highway Patrol car that comes over the rise of the hill. There the guy is with his cock in his hand.
Busted. The patrolman issued him a citation of indecent exposure and public urination. Now, how ridiculous can things get? As my friend commented, "How can it be public urination when there's no public to see it?"

I would venture to suggest there are damn few guys who haven't stopped alongside the road to pee. Good god, Google "public pissing" and the results shouldn't surprise anyone.

I'd even be willing to bet that patrolman has done it during the course of his work.
What is this thing society has

against naked men?

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Fiercely Accepted

Subjects are piling up, but lately my brain doesn't want to focus. So, let's stick with the theme we've been going with....
Faithful Reader Jean has sent an article from the New York Times which fits.
Journalist Guy Trebay gives us an overview of how social mores about nudity have changed over the years. (You will need an account to read, but it's free.) He ventured back to Woodstock.

He could've gone back much further. Back to the days when male nudity at the Y was required, and male nudity during swim meets was completely acceptable.

Then Trebay jumps to the days when nudity on "both Jones Beach and Fire Island essentially vanished after public nudity was banned at the national seashore in 2014." Thus making the naked body no longer viewed as a thing of innocence.

There are still plenty of places around the country where law enforcement tends to "look the other way." And, if you can win the ticket lottery and afford to purchase the ticket, there's the Burning Man Festival in northern Nevada; a week-long celebration where nudity is fiercely accepted. 

Thank goodness for that, because there are still a lot of people who just want to enjoy the sun and wind and water on their bare skin.