Wednesday, October 31, 2018

All Hallows Eve

I wish everyone the happiest Samhain. Don't scare the trick-or-treaters away, but have fun!

Don't abuse the pumpkins!
 Have ghoulish fun 

 Remember snakes can be deceitful
And bear in mind, all that glitters is not gold. 
Beware creatures of the night

Some of them may not have your best intentions in mind.

 Beware the clown. He will attempt to lure you with a treat.
But have fun!

Happy Halloween!

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

In Person

Two new companies offering Erectile Dysfunction (ED) medication are getting questioned on their marketing efforts because the ads they're putting out there seem to target younger guys; men whose erectile dysfunction may be caused by underlying medical problems. Yet, quoted in an recent article by Hayley MacMillen in Health the (young) CEOs defend the practice.  
"Zachariah Reitano, Ro’s 27-year-old CEO and co-founder, pushes back on the perception that Ro is targeting a millennial customer base. “A vast majority of our members are over 40,” he says. Reitano experiences ED as a result of heart medication he takes. “There are younger people on the platform, but statistically, about 25 percent of men under 40 experience ED… It’s just not the majority of our members.

Andrew Dudum, the 30-year-old founder and CEO of Hims, says his brand’s marketing approach is a concerted effort to appeal to younger customers. “When people ask, ‘Why does this look like this is for men in their twenties and thirties and forties?’ I’ll just point them to the studies which say, ‘Because men suffer from this at an overwhelmingly shocking rate in those age ranges, and it’s really important to help these guys not feel like they’re the only ones because they’re not.’

They're making it very easy to get the drug. Perhaps, too easy. Hims has begun advertising on TV with slick spots pushing the fact a guy "talks" to an online physician and gets his prescription and pills are mailed out.
The problem is that many young men are experiencing problems of all kinds, from chronic medical problems to anxiety. Those underlying issues don't go away. Then the first one or two pills work but subsequently, says Vanessa Marin, an LA-based sexual psychotherapist, "they're right back where they started."

And, what if the underlying issue really is a medical condition; diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease. If the boner pills are coming from an online physician, those things aren't being considered. Not only will the boner pills cease working, the medical problem could have serious consequences. Social media and (dare I say it?) easy access to porn are making it more and more tough on young guys to perform. Calm down, guys. Chill out. You really don't need to fuck like a porn star for you or a partner to be sexually satisfied.
The first test you should take is this: Lying alone in your bed (or anywhere else that gets your hammer up), do you get hard; are you able to jack off? If the answer is yes - you don't need boner pills. 

If the answer is no - you really should go see a doctor. In person.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Cupping the Balls

"I've followed your blog for a while now. I'll try to keep this short. My husband stopped wearing any underwear and started sleeping naked after the doctor suggested it would help me get pregnant. Ever since he falls asleep with a hand cupping his balls. I know he enjoys ball play when he masturbates because he lies in bed next to me to do it and he's done a lot of that since we achieved our goal. My question really is why does he hold onto his balls at night, even after he cums? Do all guys do this?"

I guess congratulations are in order for the successful pregnancy. That's my assumption, anyway, with your saying you achieved your goal. The things guys can be put through at fertility clinics can...well, never mind that. You want to know why he cups his balls at night.
Two possibilities: One, after so many years of having them safely nestled in underwear, he feels a bit vulnerable and doing this offers a sense of safety.
Or, two, he just enjoys it.

It's not all the time, but I do the same thing. Crawl into bed and cradle the balls in one hand - not to play or masturbate. It just feels nice - warm and comfortable.
You didn't say whether it bothers you or not. If it's a big deal for you, I'd venture to suggest that you ask him. In the meantime, let's poll the readers here.

Guys, do you cup your balls at night?
If so, why?

Friday, October 26, 2018

Saving Erotic Energy

 Men sometimes jack off to relieve stress, ejaculating helps them relax. But there are quite a few who use masturbation as a means to increase energy. By stroking themselves to peak after peak, they'll reach a point where the erotic energy is coursing through the body.
You know that feeling - you may have heard it described as "every nerve ending in my whole body was humming." Cum, and that energy is released.
In days of yore, athletes were discouraged from engaging in sex before a game; it was thought sex "sapped their strength and energy." Of course, the medical community has since convinced them otherwise.

Much to the relief of guys everywhere who are into playing sports, I'm sure

But, it doesn't alter the idea that raising and sustaining arousal increases tension (in a good way) and that effect can sustain energy.

You've got an entire weekend to try it out for yourself.