Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Sexual Communication

Like with any other task accomplished with another person, as Jean pointed out, communication is important. Being able to open up verbally to a partner is key to mutual pleasure and ultimate satisfaction.

If you have difficulty in communicating, there are ways to learn. I know I've mentioned this before, and fullmoonma left several comments on yesterday's post about this: Body Electric seminars are designed to do just that; help you express what feels good, what you want to experience in the moment; to ask a partner for what you'd like them to do.

Tantric Massage is another place to learn the skill of sexual communication. Tantric Massuers are trained to help you learn to express what you're feeling and learn control over your body.

The more control you command over your response, the longer you can make a singular sexual romp last. Whether that's alone or with a partner.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Cum Control

An email asks,
"Is masturbation an issue of premature ejaculation?"
Not at all. In fact, masturbation is prescribed by doctors and therapists to help men learn to control when they cum.
Premature ejaculation is specifically defined as "ejaculating before one wants to."

We may "fall into," "stumble across," "discover" - or whatever other idiom one would like to use - the pleasure of our cocks, 

but we don't inherently know how to use them; that is learned. And, jerking off is one of the best tools in the box for accomplishing control.

How did you learn cum control?
Any tricks you can share with our reader?

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Do Yourself a Favor

And, speaking of losing bits... It's time, once again, for the
Buddy Ball Check
Get "the boys" nice and warm and hanging loose, and do that self-exam.

Odd lumps, or a hard spot? Hightail it to your physician. Better to lose a nut than lose your life.

And don't forget to remind all the males you can - in whatever way you can - to check their balls.

Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is my duty to remind all you men that we, too, can get breast cancer.
Don't believe me? Read this Sun article about a 56 year-old guy who is the third man in his family to get breast cancer.
Do yourself a great favor and check those pecs.

Don't know exactly what to do, or look for, find a woman to do it for you.

Friday, October 13, 2017

The Moral of the Story

While "being a man" is much more than genitals, as Jean put it, they have suffered a trauma, and feel the loss just as a woman does when losing a breast to cancer; or undergoing a hysterectomy.
We all learn to adapt, but the sense that something is missing remains in the back of the mind. Our bits are such a base, primal part of us...that men will forego prostate surgery when they find out that they'll lose an inch (or more) of penis length.

The moral of the story is this: We are much more than our cocks and balls, but... Take care of them and appreciate them; be proud of them rather than embarrassed; enjoy them to the fullest.

Have a wonderful weekend!