Friday, July 20, 2018

Reason to Feel Guilty?

Another nasty monsoon hit us last night. Spent the last two hours scooping out the pool. Now, as long as we aren't hit with another one, it will be a nice, relaxing weekend.
Meanwhile, this landed in my email inbox:

"My brother bought a lakehouse in NY and invited family to visit over the weekend. I volunteered to go back to the house and make dinner. I'm out to my family and friends, everyone is cool with it. While I was showering in the outdoor shower along the side of the house, I feel a body press up against my back, a hard-on pressed to my ass, a finger presses against my lips and I hear "Shhhh..." while a hand grabs my dick and starts stroking it. The shower is built like an "L" and there's no door so I didn't hear him come in. This nephew is 19 and only about 5 years younger than me. He's got a girlfriend and everything. He says it doesn't matter, they're both "poly." Then he says he's "waited years for this."
He gives me this awesome handjob then tells me to expect him that night because he needs "to suck that cock." I told him it wasn't really good idea, but I wake around 1 in the morning with my dick in his mouth and getting harder by the second.
It was good, I enjoyed it. I even reciprocated. He's the one who initiated. So why do I feel so guilty?"

 Were you wrong to allow him to finish jacking you off in the shower? Or returning the favor of the blow job? I don't know. You're both adults.

Perhaps you feel guilty because we're taught throughout our lives that sex with a relative is wrong. Consensual incest has been deemed wrong mainly because centuries ago people realized it resulted in child deformities. You and your nephew don't have that to worry about.

If the chances are slim you'll have another encounter with this nephew, put it out of your mind. He'll go back to his girlfriend with his fantasy fulfilled and all will be well. You'll both have to be cautious at future family gatherings - try to keep the guilty expressions to a minimum when he gives you those knowing smiles, or if he says anything that hints at what you shared. Otherwise his parents might find out and you may have hell to pay.
What say you Readers?
Does he have reason to feel guilty?

Thursday, July 19, 2018

All I Have

Well, what with trying to get the internet issues corrected I got nothing accomplished yesterday.
Not even any time for floating in the pool.
Misbehaving equipment - no fun; whether mechanical, technological, or biological.

And, that's all I have to say today! 😏

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Boosts Boners

I have so much to do today. I'm pushed to the ropes. But, I have to enjoin the comment by Jean on yesterday's post about dealing with anxiety.
Unplug from the electronic devices for a while each day. Turn them off, set them aside. Kick back and just...chill.

Exercise. Exercise helps decrease anxiety. Exercise helps boost Testosterone levels. 

Which means, it boosts boners.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Big Enough, Hard Enough

"When the time is right, will you be ready?"

So goes the catchphrase for Cialis. Evidently, the requests for boner pills is coming from younger and younger men. They're citing anxiety as the reason for the Erectile Dysfunction (ED).

Is it performance anxiety? Many, many men suffer from that. Am I going to be big enough, hard enough, last long enough?
Or is it actually stress and anxiety caused by outside influences? Job issues, ability to pay bills, world-wide political unrest? All those things can easily contribute to the inability to get a boner. 
Should men take Viagra (celebrating 20 years of assisted hard-on's) or any other drug to enhance their erections?
In a recent Healthline article Eric Garrison, clinical sexologist says, "Yes, it will give you an erection, but the pill won’t necessarily take away all those feelings of anxiety and stress related to a sexual encounter.
“That nervous piece, Viagra’s not going to get over that. They will still be nervous, but now they are just nervous with an erection.”
Boner pills are essentially safe, yes. But... But, there can be consequences to your health if taken for strictly recreational purposes. The drug lowers blood pressure, opening up the arteries for better flow. Unknown health issues can combine with the drug - or adding poppers (a common party drug used to enhance the sexual experience) can spell serious trouble.

In the United States, sex is always easier to do than to talk about,” he [Garrison] said. “It’s not about achievement or conquering or those other things. It’s all about pleasure and you can have sexual pleasure without an erection. You can have sexual pleasure without an orgasm, but we tend to think that you need that full Eiffel Tower in our pants.

Solve outside anxiety with meditation and Yoga rather than boner pills.
Try masturbation without them.
Go into any sexual encounter - even jacking off - with the determination to simply enjoy yourself. Forget about the size of your cock, or how hard it will (or won't) get. The more you relax, the more your mind is occupied with the pleasure, the more anxiety slips away.
If those things don't solve the problem, because ejaculation is essential to your overall mental and physical health
then, of course, go see your doctor.