Wednesday, November 30, 2022

A Lot of Focus


"Out shopping on black friday there was a guy walking around the store with a obvious boner not even trying to hide it. Don't most men try to at least try to cover it up? You can sign me A New Reader"

Ha! Couldn't have timed that question any better if I had planned it.

Yes, most men do try to hide a hard-on. It harkens back to our younger days in high school using books to hide the crotch, being worried in gym class about popping a boner in the showers or locker room.

Now, lately, hard or soft there's been a lot of focus on the VPL - Visible Penis Line.

So much attention that one company, Matador, has designed pants (leggings) for men, called Meggings. They've sewn a pocket into the pouch for a "soft molded crotch cup" to conceal the VPL, "so that people can't tell your religion." Of course, all that really does is enhance the bulge.

The exception seems to be the wrestling singlet.

As for the guy you saw in the store, I'd have to say, "Good for him." Is there a reason men should hide their cocks? 

Just like when we see a woman, we know she's got breasts. And not only do they not try to hide them, some do their best to flaunt them.

When you see a man (trans men notwithstanding) isn't it a given he's got a cock? Is there a reason he should try to hide that fact?

If it gets hard, it's a normal and natural function and, truly, we have zero control over spontaneous boners.

Boner or not, society as a whole needs to get over being shocked or dismayed or offended by the male bulge.

Readers, what do you think?

Should men hide a boner if it develops when out in public?

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Monday, November 28, 2022

A Few Chuckles


Grab your coffee or tea, and have a few chuckles.

Have a good Monday!