Friday, September 30, 2022

Gone Then Reinstated

Yes, they're all riding naked.

What a roller coaster ride. After posting yesterday, when I found the chance to log back on to release comments, I was greeted by this message:

"Hello, As you may know, our Community Guidelines ( describe the boundaries for what we allow-- and don't allow-- on Blogger. ... Your content has violated our SPAM policy. ...  If you think we've made a mistake, you can request a review at, and we'll take another look. Sincerely, -The Blogger Team"

Well, balls!

SPAM? After 11 years, ten months?? I absolutely wanted a review. The review consisted of passing a Robot Test. That was it. No message window --- just the test.

Then later on, this email:

"Hello, We have re-evaluated your blog against Blogger Community Guidelines Upon review, the blog has been reinstated. You may access the blog at Thank you for understanding. Sincerely, The Blogger Team"

It was flagged by the algorithm bot not for adult content 

but --- in my estimation --- due to the numerous links in my posts because I generally link to my sources.

Shortly thereafter followed by:

"Your blog titled "Big Whack Attack" was flagged to us for review. This post was put behind a warning for readers because it contains sensitive content; the blog is visible at Your blog readers must acknowledge the warning before being able to read the blog.
     If you agree with this categorization, we recommend self-flagging in the Settings section of your blog. This will ensure your content will be indexed by search engines."

Which, of course, caused an eye roll.

Because this blog has always been behind the Sensitive Content page.


From the very beginning.

Have a good weekend.

And, I guess I can say, see you on Monday!

Thursday, September 29, 2022

Is It Safe?


"Just when we all thought it was safe to go back to the things we enjoyed along comes monkeypox. Is it safe to go back to the masturbation clubs?"

The major organizations, such as Rain City Jacks (Seattle), New York Jacks, LAX Jacks, Philly Jacks are doing their utmost to ensure the safety of their attendees. After all, those clubs (New York being the first) were started to provide a safe-sex environment in the depths of the HIV/AIDS crisis. PrEP and antiretroviral treatments have made it safe to engage in sexual activity; HIV is no longer a death sentence.

While Monkeypox (MPV) is not fatal, according to all reports, it can be quite painful.

According to the Rain City Jacks Health Polic, in addition to COVID-19 vaccinations, they want folks to have the vaccinations completed. Have you received both doses of the MPV? And has it been 14 days since the second dose? Then they will allow you entry.

Jack off groups allow touching and mutual stroking with permission.

If you are concerned about the possibility of contracting MPV, keep your hands to yourself and request others do the same.

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Seeking Stronger Orgasms.


Because it is possible for a man to ejaculate without a solid erection, one Anonymous comment yesterday suggested that men make an issue of ED from a psychological / emotional standpoint.

"I'm wondering if all the fuss is more about the psychological aspect of masculinity and potency being tied to an erect dick when it doesn't need to be."

It is. Men - well, most men, anyway - tie self-image, self-esteem, to their manhood. Why? Because from puberty on, with so much focus placed on the penis, men allow it to define them. The guys with big dicks seem to love to show them off. The guy with the longest cock and the ability to penetrate deeper at the time of ejaculation is the guy with the best chances of his sperm reaching the ovum.

Not that velocity doesn't play a part. It does. So does volume. Both of which play a part in the sense of satisfaction when we cum. The more forceful the shots, the more shots there are, the better it feels.

Which brings me to a question posed by a faithful reader from Down Under.

"I have observed what other men experience during orgasm in a real sense, not just fantasy porn, and it is way more than I experience. Admittedly some don't have major reactions at all and I have debated with myself whether that is simply how they express it externally, or whether perhaps they too don't experience much but feel it is what it is and accept it without question, when perhaps they could be experiencing much more.

The number of men experimenting with semen retention, edging, etc in order to gain more of an experience also gets me wondering if many men are unsatisfied like me or somewhere else on a spectrum of experience from 4th July to a sneeze and wanting more rather than being addicted to an ever better rush."

We all seek strong orgasms. It's how we rate sex - in whatever form the activity may take. But I think most men have a variety of orgasmic experiences, every thing from toe-curling, whole body clenching to a slight tightening and release of the abdomen. But it's worth asking.

Guys, on average, how strong are your orgasms?

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Stem Cells for ED


We finally get to the third item that Joost sent about the IgNobel Prizes. "They always have very funny but scientifically serious topics."

Losing the ability to have sex due to the lack of a willing partner can be overcome with hands or a sleeve, like the FleshJack.

But losing the ability to find release even in that manner can be devastating. It can drive some men into very deep depression. 

That is why so many researchers work at solving the problem. From way back in the days of vacuum pumps and cock rings to today's Viagra and Cialis.

It has led to a Dutch study that found help for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) using stem cell therapy. As reported at DW:
"Erectile dysfunction affects nearly half of all men between 40 and 70 years of age. Other impotence treatments like Viagra can come with serious side-effects, and while getting an injection into the penis likely wasn't fun for the trial participants, none of them reported significant issues. Haahr's team used stem cells taken from abdominal fat cells via liposuction and injected them into the penises of 21 trial participants. The men were able to be discharged from the clinic on the day of the procedure. Within six months of the initial treatment, eight of the men reported they had regained the ability to participate in penetrative sexual activity without using drugs like Viagra. Function has been retained at twelve months follow up."

There's a video (also on the DW site) in which Urologist Dr. Tobias Pottek explains when men should see their doctor, the possible causes of ED, and how it can be treated.

I thank Joost for bringing these prizes that can help men to my attention for posting. And men should thank the IgNobel committee for bringing this to light.