The Winter Solstice, Tuesday, December 21, 2010: The very first Big Whack Attack post got published. I never imagined that six years later I would still be at it. But 1496 posts and over 6 million views later, here I am. Big Whack Attack has survived a shut-down by Google under false accusations made by some disgruntled/offended person, it survived the purge of adult-oriented blogs due to a variety of ridiculous positions on what is acceptable and what is not.
It began as a way to encourage men to be more open about masturbation,
and for women to learn how to play with a cock without treating it like a gearshift stick, thinking all a guy wants (or needs) is a rough yanking on the shaft.
That the need for release is completely natural and normal. It's the basest part of a man's genetic makeup, buried deep within his psyche.
It quickly morphed into deeper subjects, like doing the monthly ball check
It's common for guys to jack off together and it has nothing to do with sexual orientation; and it's very common for brothers to jack off together.
There's nothing wrong with auto-fellatio - in fact many men wish they could
That fathers should be doing more to teach their sons about their genitals, what to expect, and how to deal with them.
Things like: Boners happen all the time for the strangest reasons - like from car vibration.
That certain types of rings can be dangerous to your cock if worn too long
Runner's boners happen
Today, the goal remains the same. To help men and women overcome their adversity to male body parts, learn more about how and why those parts function the way they do, what could go wrong with them, and how we might overcome those issues (or avoid them altogether). To help men find more acceptance of what they've been endowed with, to shed any and all embarrassment of being naked in front of others
no matter what the parts happen to do.
To help everyone become more accepting of the fact men interact with them so many times each day, for so many reasons, makes them an integral part of life.
I hope I'm achieving that goal with every post.
Happy Winter Solstice, 2016.