'Funny you should mention masturbation - an orgasm is nature's Ambien.' - Arianna Huffington, discussing her book "The Sleep Revolution" on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Cock Care

I spend time posting about the care of our man-parts almost as much as I do about whacking off. There’s a reason for that, beside the fact the two are tied together. Whether you’re getting a blow job, a hand job, fucking, or jerkin’ the gherkin, the idea is to garner as much enjoyment and pleasurable – okay, fantastic – sensations as possible from these bits nature provided.
Many of us (more than 60% in the U.S.) are cut. There are many reasons for it, but whether it was medical, religious, or aesthetic in nature here we are: We’ve had a part of our “manhood” sliced off. Many rabid anti-circumcision folks like to spout off that the foreskin contains more nerve endings per square millimeter than any other part of a man’s body. Plainly and simply put: It’s bullshit.
The glans claims the sensitivity prize. There are more nerve endings closer to the surface (key phrase there) in the head of our cocks than a foreskin ever thought to have. Think about it: When we’re about to cum, it’s that tiny little spot on the underside of the head that can send us directly over the edge. When we cum, and immediately afterward, it’s the cockhead that can be ultra-sensitive, not the foreskin.
The problem us cut guys have is that - over time - our dicks suffer a loss of sensation. The reason is wrapped around them every day: material. Clothing is the culprit. Our underwear – or pants if we’re commando types – constantly rubs against the skin. And like any other skin, it becomes calloused. The skin thickens and buries those sensitive nerve endings below layer after thicker layer of callous.
But there is help. After I complained to my own doctor about the loss of sensation he sadly shook his head and told me, “Pick up some Vitamin E oil. Every day after you shower, towel dry leaving the area slightly damp, then apply 5 or 6 drops of oil. Spread it over the head and down the shaft to the circ scar and work it in. The callousing will break down and slough off. You’ll notice a difference within a few weeks.” I’ve been applying Vitamin E oil every day ever since. I’ve also taken to spreading it along the entire shaft – and the difference is like night and day (so you intact men would also derive some benefit too). 
 The head of my dick is very soft; silky smooth and sensitive, and highly sensitive when it’s hard. Even without using any lube, when I have a hard-on, any touch to the head sends bolts of sensations through it. The skin of the shaft is much more sensitive too.
If you’re cut – or if you aren’t but you want more feeling along the shaft – do yourself a favor and get some Vitamin E oil. Your dick with thank and reward you!

And one last note: All you dads out there, pick up a bottle for each of your sons you’ve had circumcised and tell them what to do with it; you don’t want to deny them any pleasure that is rightfully theirs, do you? Well, do you?? I didn’t think so. You owe it to them to make sure they have the knowledge to take proper care of their bits. Now, get over the embarrassment and do it. (That goes for all you single moms out there too!)

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