I didn't know any of them when I walked into the room. Not a single one. By the time I left, I felt a part of something - a sense of brotherhood, if you will. It wasn't a free-for-all, not an orgy. It was a structured event meant to help ease the minds of the men who attended. That this
was something special. But not special; it's standard issue. As we undressed one another, the instructions were to be eye-to-eye with the crotch, so that when the genitals were revealed it would be right there in front of our eyes.
Not a great surprise, no. But, that simple act became a revelation to many in the room.
With everyone naked, the instructor led the group through a series of sensory exercises. Two circles formed, one inside the other, facing one another. We were to deliberately look at the cock in front of us for a time before the inner circle moved to the stand in front of the next man; repeated until they completed one revolution.
The next instruction was to cup the man's balls in your hand.
More revelation for some of the men. Not just to be cradling another man's package, but to find that it felt no different than cupping ones own balls.
When we returned from lunch, the clothes got shed. Now, it was time to get serious. Standing in large circle, it was time to get hard. Grabbing the head and twirling the cock like a jump rope, fondling the nuts, stroking the shaft. Then, all hands to the side...and look at every boner in the circle.
The next step was to wrap your hand around the cock of the guy to your right. Squeeze it, feel it, pay attention to the physiological response. It felt familiar. Special, but not.
Because every male has this equipment. It's standard issue.
It may be slightly different in size or subtly different in shape, cut or intact
but it functions the same
responds to stimulus just as your own.
As Joseph Kramer has pointed out, this type of "group therapy" isn't for everyone. But it can certainly help anyone - perhaps straight guys in particular - who dares to attend.