Lots of comments on yesterday's post, and only one request. French Patrick asks for a third time about the preparation for anal sex. Shame on me for not responding sooner.
And, before all you straight guys get all "yuck! who wants to see/hear about that!" allow me to remind you that plenty of men enjoy topping their wives and girlfriends. In addition to that, my dear fellows, there is a large contingent of you who like their wives and girlfriends to treat them with strap-ons, as well.
Particularly as more and more of you discover the Male G-spot through masturbation.
With all of that said, I have no experience with it to speak of. Though my first wife liked anal, we made no preparations beforehand, and I'm not sure I really knew what to do. I just took my time in fully entering, using only pre-cum for lubrication.
So, I have asked French Patrick to assist me. I hope he is willing and able.
Every so often I do a scan of the Stats for the blog. It's always been interesting to see how people find it; what they search for that has them landing here. Well, it appears the name alone is getting to be the sole input to a Google search. Huh, pretty wild. I'm sure the numbers don't match those of Dan Savage, but it's still pretty amazing to me.
I hope they're getting the information they're after. In the 7+ years I've been posting, though the main focus is on the male apparatus, the range of topics has been quite broad. I can't think of a single issue I haven't covered.
If there's something you think I should post about, or revisit,
While we're on the subject of Prostate Cancer, the old "an ounce of prevention..." is still a good thought. Healthline brings us another edition of their tips for men on the subject.
As French Patrick pointed out in his comment yesterday follows the other old saying, "you are what you eat." Tomatoes, and tomato-based foods are rich in lycopene. Fruits and veggies, fish, legumes, tea and coffee...
In case you don't read the comments, Fullmoonma left some great advice garnered from personal experience. Do not get a PSA too soon after anal sex - if any damage is done, the healing process may deliver a false positive in the PSA. And, all you straight dudes who read, that includes having your partner/spouse use a strap-on, and/or the use of a prostate massager.
Diet matters. As does exercise.
And, never forget that the more ejaculations, the lower the risk of developing prostate cancer. If you can hit the suggested optimum of 21 per month, you're doing yourself great favors