Tuesday, September 5, 2017

What Changed?

Two of the most popular posts have been Naked Brothers Bonding

and Boner Brothers.



It makes sense, then, I'd get an email asking if it's "normal" for brothers who are in their mid-thirties to still get together on a regular basis for some mutual masturbation.
Define "normal." It's very common for brothers - especially if they share a room - to jack off together.

It's even more likely with twins or triplets.
As you grew up, you found it pleasurable, right? So, why wouldn't it be pleasurable now? 
 What changed other than your age?
If you and your brother enjoy it, go for it. There's nothing stopping you.

11 comments:

SickoRicko said...

Good points!

Patrick said...

Fantastic post! Unfortunately my brother had left home by the time I had started to masturbate! Thanks for your visits and comments!

mistress maddie said...

I'm a only child, but many of my friends have brother they jacked off with at some point. Only these two gay twins still masturbate together. The others say while they like to jack off with guys, they feel like at this age if their brother is there, it feels like incest. Beats me.

Anonymous said...

I have two sisters. Until age 10 i lived next door to a male cousin who was an only child. He and i played SO much together growing up, all through our teenage years too. But not sexual. The most it got to was both of us having a bath on a sleep-over when we were both still small enough for us both to get into a bath. Some years later i wanted to take it further (if you know what i mean !! ) but i was 2 years older than him and i was SO scared that i would get into trouble if we did anything and i would get blamed for leading him into it.

Jean WM said...

One of those mysteries of male life we women are clueless about.
We have a big one barreling toward us, Hurricane Irma. I've started prep, just in case. We are about 50 mi from coast. No wonder we have a weather channel that is on 24 hours a day! We have such a big country. Hugs & bisous.

A French Patrick said...

The incest, sometimes compulsory (for example for the Pharaohs), sometimes forbidden for political or economic reasons, cause no problem other than those which were invented for so good reasons that they remain ulterior motives, replaced by bogus arguments such as the risk of degeneration in the course of the centuries, particularly absurd when it comes to brothers who are only masturbating together. Isn't it, my bro Pat?

Love, hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.
I hope that Irma will be greatly weakened if and when it would reach you, and I will keep my fingers crossed for you, my very dear Jean.
Alas, it is sure that that will not be the case as regards the islands of the French West Indies (where I was born).

AOM said...

Hell yes! Normal and Natural and great to share great pleasure and energy together - why not? Why deny the pleasure of sharing a wank together. I hope you are well and having a great day, bro. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

T said...

People change. No one stays the same. Your life at 15 is very different to how it will be 15-20 years later.



Xersex said...

love twins!

Anonymous said...

@Patrick: Just like when those silly Indians say a solar eclipse can make you go blind. Not really "bogus", but it applies (naturally) only to straight couples. But the royals really did have a number of congenital defects. Habsburg chins, the Romanovs were hemophiliacs, the Borgias were just nuts.

You already have the bad genes, most people have a few bad genes, albeit as a hybrid (or something like BRCA where it doesn't matter until middle age, or a poor immunity to smallpox which also doesn't matter at any time after May 8, 1980), but the problem is when you have a kid with the same bad genes. Two copies of a bad gene means it will be expressed.

And it doesn't usually happen with cousins, unless there's severe inbreeding. Multiple generations. But brother and sister or father and daughter? Much more likely.

whkattk said...

@ Anon - Excellent information; Thanks for joining the conversation!