Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Where's the Helping Hand?

I'm running very late today - and I offer my apologies to my Faithful Readers who've come to expect my posts by 9:00 - or shortly thereafter.
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So, I ended yesterday's post with three friends sitting naked on a couch, proudly displaying their boners. And, as those of you who have been readers for a while know, that was for a specific purpose.
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We are human and we all crave companionship; most of us crave physical contact. That is the normal human condition. To sit naked with a couple buddies, unashamed to get hard-ons, to jack off together
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even to reach over to lend a hand
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is one of the most joyous experiences of my life. I wish everyone could have the freedom to do this.
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One Faithful Reader asked why, when he goes somewhere that guys are stroking off together, that they shy away from him because he's in a wheelchair...
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His legs might not work, but his cock sure does
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Yet, he's left to sit by himself and stroke alone
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Women don't seem to mind helping out a guy in a wheelchair
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 But, guys sure don't seem very eager to help a brother in need. I mean look who's getting the attention here...

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So, what is it, folks?
Can you help explain this for him???



Monday, March 2, 2015

(Jack With) Caution, Folks

I have had to delete a comment from Friday afternoon's post. The author requested I do a site share with him. I am always happy to do this. However, when I launched over and attempted to leave a comment on his latest post, the site attempted an attack on my computer. Usually, my system will warn me there could be a problem before a site window launches.
I hope none of you tried the site. Should this person come forward with a guarantee his site has been cleaned up, I shall reconsider. But, until then, I cannot and will not expose my Faithful Readers to risk. Be careful when you go to visit porn sites, folks!






 Yes, you, too, Ladies.




Embrace the Package

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As my blogger buddy AOM stated this morning, the anxiety of last week's issues left me exhausted. I spent an inordinate amount of time over the weekend sleeping.
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But, you all supported me. The number of new Followers jumped into double digits. It is time to give them a proper Welcome.
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The men and women who've become Faithful Readers and I are very happy you've decided to join us. We hope you'll join in on the discussions by leaving comments or sending emails (you'll find my email address in the sidebar). We're all friends here and welcome you under our umbrella.
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Big Whack Attack exists because we want people, regardless of  gender or sexual orientation, to understand and fully embrace the male package. Our aim is for everyone to learn about them. Why they do what they do
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how to keep them healthy
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and operating for a lifetime
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to love them
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and that there's no reason to be ashamed of them
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no matter what state they're in
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And, that getting together with buddies for some quality bonding has nothing to do with sexual orientation, because a boner is a boner is a boner. All men get them and they should be able to acknowledge that and enjoy them.
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So, stick around and join in - Tell us what you're thinking.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Extra! Extra!

Well, as The Guardian pointed out in an article, supplied by Faithful Reader John in a comment, that was a quick turnaround by Google after being inundated by bloggers. The article says in part:

"This comedown will be considered a victory for those who called the move a limiting of freedom of expression, with one critic being sex blogger and author Zoe Margolis, who said making blogs private effectively “kills them off”.
In The Guardian after the announcement, Margolis wrote, “Forcing millions of blogs to become private is not just a free-speech issue, or one about making adult content harder to find (Google’s own search tool makes that argument redundant), but boils down to Google sabotaging the integrity of the web – and how it functions – and it is for this reason that we need to oppose this narrow-minded and short-sighted policy.”
I believe we can thank the FCC for their ruling yesterday as well, because (according to an LA Times article) "The new rules prohibit service providers from discriminating against legal content..." And it just so happens that this is legal content:


Google's decision may have been a combination of both. Bottom line is that things will remain status quo - at least for the time being. And I sure thank you all for your support via comments and emails. It really meant a lot to me. I picked up a whole slew of new followers over the past few days. I shall provide a proper Welcome to you all on Monday.
In the meantime, enjoy your weekend! Relax and chill out...