While catching up on the blog posts here, Faithful Reader Jean remarked, "It never ceases to amaze me how much goes on with men that we women don't know about!"
I believe the reason is two-fold: One, men never - or very, very rarely - discuss these things amongst themselves, let alone with a woman. I would go a step further and say, a lot of men themselves aren't even aware of many of these issues.
Hell, guys appear to be fearful and ashamed to even discuss them with their doctors; as if the physician is going to gasp in horror and run from the exam room because they must look at a patient's cock or balls. Heck, a large number of men won't even ask a doctor face-to-face about difficulty in getting hard; they'll search for meds they can get online.
'Course, the terrible thing about that is - aside from dubious quality - the boner issue could be an indication of a serious medical problem, not simply an uncooperative, disagreeable cock.
Then there is the issue of the attitude here in the U.S. that male nudity is "dirty" or "lewd." In watching, say, Game of Thrones, the warning list may state: 'Nudity;' or, at times, 'Brief Nudity.' I've come to realize the former indicates female and backside male nudity, the latter is for male frontal nudity.
Well, first of all, I wonder why nudity is an issue in the first place. Then, I wonder why there must be a differential warning because we might get a glimpse of an actor's cock.
|A scene from Game of Thrones|
That's such a ghastly sight.
A penis! Testicles! How horrifying!!
Where did all this anxiety over the human body originate in this country?
It's a mystery to me.