Thursday, June 22, 2017

Defining Moment

In the Jewish religion, it's the Bar Mitzvah which signals you are now a man. As I read the stories of the 100 men, I realized we all reach a defining point but it comes at different ages and stages of our lives.

In our pubescent youth, we think the boner and being able to cum is it. We jack off incessantly - well, most of us do - to try to tame the perpetual hard-on.




We age a bit, we lose our virginity by having partner sex. Then many move on to thinking the Conquering Cock boosts us to a new level of manhood. More sex, more partners make us a man.



Tears ran down my face as I read one man's story because his defining moment happened when he finally stood up to his bullying father. That was when he realized he'd achieved manhood. That was mine. I'd had enough of his fists, razor straps, and verbal abuse. It had nothing to do with my cock, how big it was, how I used it, how often I used it, or who I used it with.


What was your defining moment?


A French Patrick said...

There are several lives in a life. Some result from a progressive evolution of which we do not immediately become aware, others of a complete change from day to day. We have several defining moments in several fields of our life, amorous life, professional life, family life, etc. How I could answer without knowing what will happen to me tomorrow and which, maybe, will be a moment more important and more decisive than all the others gathered.
Have a wondrous day, my friends Jean and Pat. I'm sending many pleasant thoughts.

Xersex said...

never had a defining moment!

AOM said...

Hey bro, I can't think of one defining moment in my life - more like a series or process then one day I woke up. I hope all is well with you and yours. Wishing you a marvelous day. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

P.S. The photo you asked about is Celestin Boutin, a ballet dancer, as Tadzio in his stage debut in Benjamin Britten's opera, Death in Venice.

Patrick said...

You already know much of my life history, but the moment I fully appreciated being a gay guy was when a friend took me, for the very first time, to a gay sauna, took my towel off me, and pushed me naked into the steam room. My cock was at full mast! Then a group of men started to play with me! There was no "shame"! It was a revelation! I knew that that was where I was meant to be. I had arrived. Oh! I was in my 30's!

Erick said...

My defining moment was when I had a dream at 17 about looking at a male and his cock and i told my father i thought I might be gay. he send me to a psychologist. I'm still gay 40 years later. LOL

SickoRicko said...

I'm afraid I don't have a defining moment; I am what I am.

Gabriel said...

I think coming out would be my defining moment. It was liberating and scary at the same time, but I survived and grew stronger from it.

T said...

Mine was my independence and freedom. Being able to make my own decisions and not having that fear of being different. I paid for my freedom with my childhood and teens. I survived and became independent. I did not let everything that we went through break me or my mother.

The only one who has control of me is myself. Freedom and independence is more valuable than anything else.

Anonymous said...

At 70+ I'm still waiting for my defining moment!