Friday, February 12, 2016

Slow Down

"Slow down, you move too fast. You've got make the morning last." - Simon and Garfunkle
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We often forget that. Especially men. The trend is getting to be overwhelming. It seems we're expected to accomplish twice as much in half the time. We rush to work, we rush through lunch (often working at our desks while we wolf down a dry sandwich), we work late and rush home. We give the spouse or partner a quick peck on the cheek, gobble down dinner, and get ready for bed. Maybe, maybe, there's a quick bit of sex play. Okay, okay; if they insist... 
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As young men, we felt the need to hide our masturbation, so we rushed through it. We stroked furiously to cum as fast as possible so we wouldn't be discovered. That carried over into adulthood. We still have a tendency to pound away, our hands in some kind of death grip sliding up and down the shaft so quickly that the cockhead is barely engaged.
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Stop that! Slow down. Savor it. It should be a pleasant pastime. Slow and varied is so much more delicious. I have a personal rule when it comes to jacking off: Never stroke faster than I would be able to thrust if I were fucking. Besides feeling really good, it's great practice.
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Most women don't like fast "wham, bam, thank you ma'am" plunging; they get nothing from that.
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Most men don't either; not really. Not until we're all close to orgasm. Because, somehow, nature spontaneously increases our rhythm. Then we do want it fast and hard. Maybe the faster and harder the better.
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Your masturbation sessions should be the same. Slow, soft strokes that fully engage the entire cock, base to tip.
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Stop to spread the pre-cum and run a finger around the ridge of the glans; 
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flick a finger or thumb across the frenulum.
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Leave the furious pounding for the moments just before you cum.
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Have wonderful, slow, pleasurable weekend.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Average Joe's


Anonymous left the following comment on the post Penis! Testicles! Oh, My! As a man who, in earlier days, was fit and had no issues with being naked in public, fast forward a dozen years and now feel so out of shape that being naked in public would be unheard of. I think men too have a self esteem issues with the way we look, maybe more so than being naked. Our society is known for being pretty judgmental to both men and women as to how they look and the shape that they are in. I for one is most concerned about what people think of me, fitness wise than showing the various stages of a rather large penis. Just some thoughts.
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How true his statements are. And I completely understand. As I get older, the "middle-age spread" gets worse. From attire to physical features, we do instantly judge the moment we see someone - whether we find them stunningly beautiful or think they look hideous.
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(On a side note: Considering the cut of her neckline on the dress, I find her reaction to his bulge ironic. She's obviously proud of her breasts; why shouldn't he be proud of his cock?)

Thanks to Men's Health - one of the first men's monthly magazines to promote health and fitness and get a wide audience - and others that have followed, men are now pressured into trying to look like the Greek gods...chiseled abs and pecs, the V-shaped hip area we call Orion's Belt, following the latest fashion trends, and using a phalanx of hair and skin products. Really all in the name of corporate profits.
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If we, as Average Joe's, don't strive for that ideal of perfection, or for some reason don't achieve that, we feel ashamed and embarrassed. We all - every one of us - have our image of beauty, our sense of the aesthetic which we love to look at. We want to - and should - feel good about how we look. We can strive for it, but we should never give in to obsessing over it.
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But we shouldn't have to feel ashamed if we don't acheive the perfection in our minds. And we should never - never! - be ashamed of our genitals.
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 To quote an old cliche: We should be comfortable in our own skin.
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Cramp of Ejaculation

My experience yesterday might inform my opinion, but I can see this being even more of an issue if we were to go to full socialized medicine. I show up, wait in line, get to the registration desk only to have the woman tell me she has no appointment for me. Five minutes of verifying my name, address, and date of birth (a multitude of times), and she still finds nothing to indicate I should be there. After which she finally reveals that my neurologist is out of town on a family emergency... In other words, all of his appointments got canceled - and no one bothered to call his patients to let them know they would need to reschedule.
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All of which results in my having to wait another month+ before he can take a look at what's happening.
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My first doctor did inform me that a level of ED would be a normal symptom of my M.D. - and we talked about ways to boost the hardness in order to jack off,
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because he did believe in the importance of boners and frequent ejaculations.
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But he said I would never have cramping in the area. How I wish he had been correct in that assumption!
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Imagine finishing up taking a piss
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- and doing those quick, short kegel-like bearing down and squeezing-the-ass-cheeks to fully empty the bladder - and having the muscles in the perineum cramp up. Or having them seize up when your blasting a load of cum. Or simply sitting and watching TV and one hits... Oh, lordy! It feels like someone has taken the root of your cock, put it into a vise, and cranked down on it.
I would much rather go back to enjoying my boners and feeling - as French Patrick put it "tirer sa crampe" - only the cramp of ejaculation.

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

To My Knees

This is me this morning.
 
For as much as my original Doctor told me the M.D. would not have an effect on my cock - - Oh, dear. you know those supporting / suspensory muscles and ligaments? Let me just say, a cramp can bring me to my knees. I spoke to my regular doctor, and she opted to pass the buck on this one. So, we shall see what the neurologist has to say about this new development.


So, I wish you all a wondrous day, and leave you with...
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I'll see ya all tomorrow.