Lordy! I completely forgot I have a dental appointment this morning. Sorry, folks. I shall update the post when I get back. Whew...well that's done for another 3 months.
So, in following up... If we, as parents or role models, do not speak up and educate our sons, who will? Any type of sex ed in school - no matter how thorough - cannot cover the kinds of things they need to know. For instance, as young men they should know that pre-cum is normal and that it can contain live, motile sperm.
That a guy doesn't need a boner to leak pre-cum.
That when they have an orgasm they should be shooting a load.
I have a friend who tried unsuccessfully for several years (in his early 20's) to father a child. His wife finally convinced him they needed to seek help. When the doctor handed him a vial for the semen sample, my buddy didn't understand. He said this doctor looked at him dumbfounded, "Do you produce semen when you cum?"
Well, as it turned out, my buddy had all the sensations of an orgasm, but had no clue that he should actually be shooting cum because he never had. Diagnosis: Retrograde Ejaculation. When he came, every spurt of jizz was sent into his bladder.
Who is going to explain to a young guy that cumming can actually hurt - hurt like a motherfucker. A man's balls pull up when he cums. But it is not the scrunch of the ballsac that does it. The scrotum pulls our balls close for protection from the cold and from imminent danger. It's the Cremaster Muscles, which surround the testicles, that yank our nuts upward and squeeze them to move the sperm into the Seminal Vesicles. And, sometimes, those muscles can clamp down - hard.
Is a sex ed teacher going tell young men that the head of their cocks can sometimes get extremely - and I do mean extremely - sensitive when they cum? But that it's normal. I think not.
And young men should not have to figure these things out on their own; their fathers should be teaching them this stuff.