Category: circumcision

"Free the Penis;" Cut Or Uncut Penises and Sensitivity; More On the Importance of Penis Size

“Free The Penis”

I wonder if Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones has noticed how I’ve been posting about this topic for years, because she’s now stating that instead of more female nudity on TV, we need more male nudity. Actually, I think a lot of people notice it…except Hollywood producers.

“Yes,” Clarke said, adding that she would like to see “equal male nudity and female nudity,” meaning full frontal male nudity as well as the more conventional shots from the rear.

“Free the penis,” she said, sending Conan into peals of laughter.

You can read the rest here.

It’s a rather long one, but she’s not holding back.

Cut Or Uncut Penises and Sensitivity

There’s always been a great deal of controversy over whether a circumcised penis has less sensitivity. And now a new study claims it doesn’t have any less than a penis that is uncircumcised.

 New research has re-ignited the debate after scientists have suggested that circumcision in babies does not reduce penis sensitivity, despite previous claims to the contrary. The new research, reported in The Journal of Urology, studied 62 men between the ages of 18 and 37, of whom 30 were circumcised and 32 were non-circumcised.

Now that sounds like an interesting study.  I really don’t care either way. I think what you do with the penis is more important than than whether it’s cut or uncut.  You can read more about this here.

More On the Importance of Penis Size

This is another one of those articles about how the penis is so important to women, leaving out the concerns of men completely. It really makes me feel sorry for straight men (and women) when I read things like this. I know not all women think this way, but these articles make it appear that way.

But I won’t rant. I think we’ve all reached the point of PC overload lately. At least this one sounds honest…

In the study, women were shown a selection of 53 different CGI models of nude male bodies, and were asked to rate them in attractiveness on a 7-point scale. As expected, the figures with the larger-sized members were rated higher compared to those with, uh less robust genitals, and figures that possessed the holy trinity of substantial height, broad shoulders, and a big penis (a.k.a. Greek God status) were rated the highest. No surprise there.

The rest of the article is here. There are some interesting points about evolution, though.

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Guys and First Boyfriends; Regrowing Foreskin, Again; Big Gay Ass

Guys and First Boyfriends

In the article I’m linking to now, guys talk about their experiences with first boyfriends. It’s a series of pics with quotes that I guess might be interesting to some people. To be honest, it just looks so cliche to me.

Love is an open door, a battlefield and a losing game. It makes the world go round, makes a world of difference and makes a family.

In short, love’s a bitch, but we love it. And there’s nothing like that first boyfriend, those first kisses, the first time you stay up all night talking with someone.

We teamed up with our pals at Whisper to hear about some “first boyfriend confessions,” because young love is everything mentioned above sprinkled with a little extra crazy.

My only comment is that I had several first boyfriends, and nothing quite as dramatic as these photos imply…or mushy. We parted on good terms, and I always believe that’s the best way to end it. But when it’s over, it’s over. Period.

You can read the rest here. And if you really want to read the most interesting part of this article, skip to the comments. Oh, those wonderful, honest comments.

 how do these people get boyfriends in the first place?! I’m 23 and I still have never dated anybody, and yet gays get boyfriends in high school now!? How?!

Regrowing Foreskin, Again

With yet another article on the topic of foreskin, this time it’s about how readers responded to a previous article about how scientists are working on a way to regrow foreskin.  This one, again, is all about the comments…and reactions to foreskin and the concept of regrowing it.

Naturally, this sparked quite an outcry. Robertson’s comment received over 20 replies.

“You want to talk about nasty?” David Runyan responded. “Let’s talk about trapping an open wound in a diaper with feces and urine every night. Before you cut your son make a small cut on your thigh, get some used toilet paper, get it moist with some urine and tape it to the cut and leave it over night.”
(Um. We think we’ll pass.)

“My feet get dirty because I walk around barefoot sometimes,”Jeremy Homer added, “but I’m not going to cut them off for the sake of being clean.”

I’m actually fairly neutral on the topic. I don’t hate foreskin, I don’t love it. It’s all about the man attached that matters most to me. Frankly, I would like to think there are so many more important things to research than trying to regrow foreskin.

But this was at least amusing:

To which Cassie Elizabeth Waldeck replied with this pearl of wisdom, “If my circumcised husband doesn’t shower his balls stink. Circumcised men still need to wash their genitals.”

I hope someone thanked her for stating the obvious. The same concept applies to vagina. 

You can read the rest here.

Big Gay Ass

For the life of me I’ll never get this obsession for a guy with a big HUGE ass. I’ve always been more attracted to guys with slim hips and more of a V-shape. But this article I’m talking about now is focused on guys with some of the biggest, roundest bubble asses I’ve ever seen.

There is, however, a redeeming feature that makes it all worth while.

Pygophilia refers to sexual arousal caused by the buttocks (a.k.a. a butt fetish), and is one of the most common fetishes among the human species. Entire songs have been devoted to the subject, including Beyoncé’s “Bootylicious,” J. Lo’s “Booty,” and, of course, Sir Mix-a-Lot’s classic butt anthem “Baby Got Back.”

Pygophilia is especially prevalent among gay men. According to the all-knowing Wikipedia, “much of gay male sexuality centers on anal intercourse and penetration, so the buttocks are eroticized in that sector due to their proximity to the anus and the genitals.”

I didn’t know about Pygophilia. Bet most people don’t know it. So go over and check it out here…with pics of some of the biggest gay ass you ever saw.

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Gay Super Bowl Ad; Snipping the Foreskin; The Rainbow Detective Agency

Gay Super Bowl Ad

First, this isn’t a real ad for the Super Bowl. It’s a fake gay ad trying hard to be a real locker room scene in what’s more like a mockery of gay athletes. But don’t quote me on this because I’m not really sure WTF it is.

Well one group has banked on the fact that people will click on something titled “Shocking Super Bowl Commercial 2015″ by creating this very odd, fake commercial for a product called “Queer Beer.”

But the joke’s on them — we watched it because it ends with a bunch of hot guys making out in a locker room, not because it has the words Super Bowl in the heading. Oh. Maybe that’s even worse?

You can read and view here. The comments are amusing.

Snipping the Foreskin

This always incites a certain amount of controversy whenever I post about it either here or on other social media. I’ve seen arguments in comment threads about whether or not men should be circumcised.  This time they’re talking about men who are tired of their foreskin, so the men are having it snipped off. This guy below started the new year off by having his foreskin removed:

Adam was born in France. He now lives in New York’s West Village. Growing up, his parents wouldn’t allow a bris for fear that it would create an external sign of being Jewish “in a hostile world.” And so Adam went his whole life wishing he were circumcised.

Immediately after the procedure two years ago, Adam and his rabbi went to a nearby park to bury his foreskin, a practice which symbolizes “putting the negativity back into the earth.”

Of course, deciding to get the snip was easy. The recovery, on the other hand, was a different story.

“There was a five-week recovery before I could use it,” Adam says, explaining the recovery regimen included remaining bandaged for 10 days and soaking his scabbby junk in Epsom salt twice a day for 30 minutes.

Adam isn’t the only one doing this. The article goes on to mention others, and one doc claims this procedure is “hot” right now.

Who am I to judge? Personally, I love a guy with foreskin. I think it’s hot. But then again, I had my nose done because it bothered me so I think you should do whatever makes you feel better, not what makes someone else feel better. If that means getting your foreskin snipped, good for you.

You can read more here. You’ll LOVE these comments.

The Rainbow Detective Agency

Today is release day for a new series I’m starting that’s a little different from other books I’ve written. The title of the series is “The Rainbow Detective Agency” and because I’m indie publishing this one I’m labeling each book as it’s released in consecutive order so readers can distinguish between Book One, etc…

Here’s a little about the first book in the series:

When world famous swim suit model Proctor Gamble discovers his business manager has embezzled all his money and left him with nothing but a few bad investments, he has to figure out a way to liquidate in order to generate cash.

One business is a private detective agency run by a sexy, smooth-talking hipster named Blair Huntingdon. When Blair discovers Proctor wants to shut him down, he tries to persuade Proctor to reconsider, with his penis and a few good slaps.

Although the attraction to Blair is too hard to ignore, Proctor doesn’t let mind-blowing sex change his mind about closing the detective agency. At least not until they stumble across a dead guy with a mysterious ring, and a murderous plot that involves the lost paintings of a famous artist who was persecuted during World War II for being openly gay.

Can two completely different men who are both struggling to survive figure out a way to save the lost art and their own lives at the same time? And will they recognize how much they need each other in order to survive?

There is an excerpt at each web site, and I’ll be posting freebie excerpts in the future. The genre is m/m erotic romance, with mystery suspense. And I’ll post the links below as I get them. These books are always distributed in several places, including iTunes. I’m also posting the cover of the second book because I’m releasing it very soon…within this coming week. I’ll post more about that when it goes up.

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Male Foreskin: Cut or Uncut; Gay Marriage Six More States; Genderqueer Identification

Male Foreskin: Cut or Uncut

I always find the various opinions about foreskin and circumcision interesting because when it’s time to take sides the lines are always clearly drawn…from what I’ve always seen. Most gay men tend to prefer uncut, straight women prefer cut. I’m not sure about straight men, but this article actually does factor in a straight guy.

Cosmo did a short survey:

Gay guy #1 

“I have never thought too much about the possibility,” Man #1 said. “I feel like most guys are circumcised so I guess I just feel like I was ‘normal.’”

Straight Guy #2

“I wish I wasn’t,” Man #2 lamented. “Mostly because I’ve learned that uncircumcised men experience more pleasure. It took me until my mid-20s to learn about this, and I felt cheated out of a natural and beautiful part of my body by a decision that was never given to me.”

This really is just another light Cosmo piece that sidesteps the main issue, because I’ve seen more than one battle royal on social media over which is better, cut or uncut.

Frankly, if I had the choice I’d prefer uncut. But I think the main point is that men really don’t get a choice in this matter. They cut it off before you even know you have it.  You can read the rest here.

Gay Marriage Six More States

The federal government has just recognized same sex marriage in six more states, meaning that federal benefits will be given to those couples.

 Attorney General Eric Holder says the states are: Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming. Saturday’s announcement brings the total number of states with federal recognition of same-sex marriage to 32, plus the District of Columbia. Couples married in these states will qualify for a range of federal benefits, including Social Security and veterans’ benefits.

There’s more here, with an explanation about more states.  It’s not the most in-depth piece, but I think the general idea is important to most people.

Genderqueer Identification

I’m posting about this because I think a lot of people out there don’t really know what it means when someone says they are genderqueer and self-identify as such. It’s an interesting article because it states basically what I’m always harping about here on the blog…that you can’t fit all LGBTI people into one neat little category and be done with it. In other words, it goes way deeper than what you see on Modern Family. And these people are speaking up about it now. Think of it as another layer, and never assume anything.

“A person whose gender identity is neither man nor woman, is between or beyond genders, or is some combination of genders. This identity is usually related to or in reaction to the social construction of gender, gender stereotypes and the gender binary system. Some genderqueer people identify under the transgender umbrella while others do not.”

The article goes on to discuss how they are making a point to make people conscious about this through social media and the Internet…probably because it’s NOT going to happen in mainstream news.

I think by now everyone knows I’m not fond of being called queer…the word bothers me. I despise it. I’ve posted about that often and I’m not getting into it again. But I also don’t mind those who want to be called queer. I get it and I’m fine with it. If anything that one factor alone speaks loudly about the many different parts that make up the LGBTI community.

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