Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The (Education of) Pecker Physiology

Very 1950's attitude.

The other glaring omission in the curriculum - well, not that I'm privy to every bit of minutia - is the Physiology of the male apparatus. That our peckers rise up like the Phoenix almost 20 times in a 24-hour period. That they should, it's not only normal but needed. Shouldn't students be taught about this?

Now, I know some of you are thinking, "With this topic of sex education, why would he post about jerking off before posting about boners?" Well, to make the point that not every hard-on is about the need or urge of relieving our man-berries of their cargo. And these students not only have the right to know this, they need to know this!

It could save so much anxiety in young men. Just think, no more worry about walking from class to class trying to hide that boner behind books, no more fretting about boning up at the urinals, 

not to mention the ultimate concern: The weasel popping up in the showers of the locker room!

They would know it's not necessarily the raging hormones - it could be the tumescence is from the tissue needing oxygen to keep it healthy... So it can get good and hard, so it can stand up tall, thick, and proud....

when it is about getting the rocks off!

Monday, April 29, 2013

(Not So) Well-Rounded Education

Well, I really appreciate all the thoughtful comments and emails. Thank you to you all - you help me feel better.

Our legislature has been arguing a bill which would update the requirements for sex education in our school systems. Having one of the highest rates in the country of teen pregnancy and repeat teen abortions, it's become a sudden hot-button issue. An article detailed the current curriculum - beginning in grade 6 through high school - most of which made sense. The one bad thing - in my opinion, anyway - is they provide a Parental Opt-Out. Parents can keep them out of the class. That would be fine if those parents were teaching this  at home, but by the looks of the data that isn't happening.

But there was one glaring omission in the syllabus . You guessed it: Masturbation. The word doesn't even appear in the discussion. And what a damn shame that is! If young men - and that's what they are by HS - were introduced to and taught that a good old-fashioned wank...

 would cure that case of hornies

or that a nice session of mutual

 would serve the purpose perfectly by getting those rocks off and protect them from unwanted pregnancies and STD's 

those undesirable data would come way, way down!

Friday, April 26, 2013


Well, folks, I apologize for being MIA all week - except for the quick post yesterday about the accolades for my buddy's book (which I still think is mighty fuckin' awesome!).

It's been a very rough week. Sometimes, the M.D. can really bring me to my knees - and not for recreation! I'm still not up to snuff, so I'm just going to give you a few pictures to whet your appetites for a relaxing, fun-filled weekend. Kick back, chill out, and enjoy...

Or spend some time with friends...

Or spend some time with your best friend...

Or get acquainted with a buddy's best friend...

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Yowza, Baby!!

See? What have I been telling you all??

Publisher's Weekly Select of Publisher's Weekly (the Bible of the publishing world) has listed my buddies novel, "(Marvin's) World of Deadheads" among the "202 books that booksellers, publishers, and agents are encouraged to look at..."

This magazine (Select) is a bi-monthly publication that goes out to professionals in the publishing industry, TV and Film industries, and libraries across the country.

Show Marvin some love! If you've already read it, go out to Amazon.com and leave a personal review. Best of all, now you can feel good about encouraging your friends, relatives, and co-workers to buy it and read it - you've got the backing of Publisher's Weekly to prove you aren't just spouting bullshit! Because, evidently, he's an up-and-cumming author and you can brag you "discovered him before he hit it big."

"(Marvin's) World of Deadheads" is available in both print and Kindle at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and B&N.com for Nook and other eReaders.

The photo of the book in the sidebar links to Amazon...

Saturday, April 20, 2013

And Speaking of Balls

Summer is nearly upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere. That means warmer temps and, most likely, a sweaty crotch. Because, when the outside temps heat up, so do our groins. When the balls sweat - especially if the sac is hairy - there's much more itching, and way more chafing (yes, wet hair can chafe the delicate skin of your ballsac and the shaft of your cock).

Whether you freeball - which is probably better for your little swimmers in the summer - or not, your balls sweat. Then, if we engage in any kind of physical activity, or any sports at all, it only gets worse.

For me anyway, there's nothing worse than sweaty, itchy balls. A nice pair of cotton underwear can help absorb some of the perspiration from your nuts. And, yes, there are some made with materials which claim to "wick moisture away from the skin" (which I've found to be utter bullshit!). But, you can do yourself a favor and order in a summer supply of Fresh Balls.

I'm telling you - from personal experience - this stuff is great!! It's non-greasy, there's no silicone in it to clog your pores, it goes on as a liquid and dries to a nice, silky powder. It really does keep your balls fresh and dry. No more need to hang everything out to let the sweat evaporate in the breeze (of course, that doesn't mean you can't!).

You can order directly from the company:

or from any of their web affiliates, like Amazon; it's also available in some stores, like Longs Drugs. Do it. Your nuts will thank you. Oh, yeah - - - Ladies!! They also have a product for you called Fresh Breasts, which will keep the underside of your tits dry. My wife uses it and loves it!

And, no, I am not affiliated with the company at all - I do not get a kickback of any kind. This is just me, your resident authority on Man Parts giving you another helpful tip on keeping them healthy.