Friday, March 29, 2019

What Do You Say?

Here's the scene: You're on a trip to a business conference; the city is full, full, full. Your hotel reservations get screwed up. Just when you're coming to terms with sleeping in your rental car, a guy offers to share his room. It's a single King. You weigh the options - sharing a hotel room with someone you don't know vs looking like crap after trying to "freshen up" in the men's room after a night of sleeping in the parking lot. You decide to tamp down your fears - "What's the worst that can happen?"
The first three nights are uneventful.

Mornings are standard. You've slept in the same bed, you've seen each other naked doing the whole morning thing.
You're beginning to think this guy is decent, someone you could hang out with if you lived in the same town.
Night four, you're wakened by soft moans. 
You turn to see a geyser of cum flying. 

You jump up thinking, "WTF?" You stand there, rather stunned.
 Then he rolls over, snoring, and you realize he's been sound asleep
In the morning, he remains in bed.
You shower and shave.

On your way out the door you tell him you hope he feels better and you'll see him downstairs. But he says he's going to leave. You suspect he knows that you know. What do you do? Do you let him leave thinking you find him abhorrent, or do you assuage his guilt?

What do you say to him?

Thursday, March 28, 2019

What is Pornography?

When it comes to censorship, what is pornography? I've heard people say, "I know it when I see it." Okay. Fine. But, the sad part is, there are groups that insist on deciding for everyone. Rather like wanting to place fig leaves on the great works of art one can find throughout Greece, Italy, and in world-class museums. 

Witness what recently happened with Tumblr: All "adult" content was stripped; blogs shut down, leaving those who enjoyed viewing and reading that content to look elsewhere.
About two years ago Amazon began restricting certain writing; if it doesn't meet their "standards" they will remove it from their lists of books. Erotica is okay, pornography is not. But, what is pornography? 

 Guess it's up to those who "know it when they see [read] it" and complain.

Free-thinking people have to resist and fight back. While that did no good in stopping Tumblr, reports are that participation has plummeted. And, consequently, so has the stock price of the parent company, Verizon (Oath, a Verizon subsidiary, holds both Tumblr and Yahoo).
If artistic expression depicts the human condition,

what is pornography?

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Access Restricted

And, speaking of the internet and the ability of people to gather information, Reader Fluffy emailed asking if I knew anything about the new UK internet restrictions on pornographic material. The article, dated March 19, 2019, "Why the UK's porn block is one of the worst ideas ever," from Wired provides a lot of information on what and how the UK government believes it will be able to do in the way putting a lid on access to adult sites.
What really isn't clear is exactly what will constitute "porn." Ostensibly, it means any adult site which contains an age restriction - which could mean a blog like this one. Or not.
The government has said websites operating on a commercial basis will have to comply with the law. This is where things get sticky. The Online Pornography (Commercial Basis) Regulations 2018 sets out a few stipulations around what counts as commercial pornographic content and there are a few different stipulations that will catch a lot of websites. Something can be classed as commercial porn under the law if it has to be paid for or if the person making it will be paid or receive some kind of benefit. Websites that have more than one-third of their content falling into previous categories will need to have an age verification system in place."

The article is very much worth the read, because as campaigner Myles Jackman put it, “Pornography is the canary in the coal mine of free speech: it is the first freedom to die. If this assault on liberty is allowed to go unchallenged, other freedoms will fall as a consequence.”
The author of the article, Rowland Manthorpe, points out, "It’s not too late to stop it, but based on the government’s attitude it doesn’t seem likely. So where does this leave us?"

Good question.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Who Can We Turn To?

For all that guys are left to learn on their own, it's a wonder we aren't more ornery as we travel through the maze of puberty. Boners and precum and wet dreams....

We had no one to explain these things, except maybe our buddies who were as clueless as we were ourselves. Who could we turn to back then?
Now, guys have the internet to look for answers. 
And, yet, even that can be misleading considering all the misinformation and half-truths out there.
For instance, with my M.D., boners on demand are very difficult to achieve though I do my best - for health reasons, mind you. 😎 Yet, I can wake like I did numerous times last night with my cock hard as galvanized nails.

Early on in the trials and tribulations of the M.D. I turned to the internet to find out why, but careful to browse reliable sources like WebMD and other medical sites.
Then, being the brazen guy I am, I asked my doctor. The deep REM sleep, the fully relaxed body allows the cock to fill to capacity.

Of course, I sure wish (as does my wife) that I could achieve such boners while I'm awake. But, barring that, I also learned I could cum without a full hard-on. That is a saving grace when my balls get to feeling heavy and full and aching.

The ejaculations aren't nearly as strong or satisfying 
but they lower the risk of prostate cancer.