The ability to move, to strengthen, to stretch, to balance…my body
Has always run parallel to every other aspect of…my life.
If I make my body flexible, strong, and healthy
My mind, heart, and soul will follow.
Sometimes, when I have little imagination and even less desire for original content I scour the internet for erotic…stuff. Here’s what tonight’s journey brought us:
In search of some ass…well look no further than the
The Czech Republic
Prague’s Futura Gallery offers the unique experience of crawling into this sculpture’s “hole,” as a statement about the Czech Republic’s politician. The installation is called, “Brown-nosers,” aptly. Once you climb to the top and look into it, you see Czech politicians feeding each other while Queen’s “We Are The Champions” plays loudly. Sounds a little too “real to life”…on a more erotic note…
If you are into bestiality…of the mythical nature, there’s
If you are more into realism…
Love Valley, Turkey
and behold…The penis rocks, which incidentally occur naturally around the world…in select locations.
And to round out our world travels…here is a classic
Hindu Temples, India
With clearly something for everyone…including contortionists! The temples at Khajuraho were built somewhere between 950 and 1050. These super erotic sculptures are found everywhere in India – particularly on the exteriors of temples. Some say they were built to amuse Indra (leader of the Devas/gods)…we are all amused are we not?
100 Year Old Sex Therapist gives us realness…I want to BE her…she GETS IT!
“On the evils of cell phones:
“I’m shocked at the lack of connection between people because of iPhones. There is so much less of actual physical connection. There’s less touching, there’s less talking, there’s less holding, there’s less looking. People get pleasure from looking at each other. From a smile, and touching. We need touching to make us feel wanted and loved. That’s lacking so much in this generation. Lack of looking, lack of touching, lack of smiling. I don’t get it. I don’t get how people aren’t missing that, and don’t seem to think they are.”
Originally posted on TIME:
She was born before the invention of the stop sign, but sex therapist Shirley Zussman has some thoughts on ‘hooking up.’ “I don’t think it’s as frantic as casual sex was in the sixties,” she says, noting that modern ‘hooking up’ isn’t as exciting without the context of a sexual revolution. Besides, she adds: “In the long run, sexual pleasure is just one part of what men and women want from each other.”
At 100, Dr. Zussman is still a practicing sex therapist in New York City. In the 50-plus years since she began counseling people about all things related to sex, Dr. Zussman has witnessed everything from the legalization of the contraceptive birth control pill in 1960 (she started in sex therapy shortly afterwards) to the AIDs epidemic in the 1980s to the rise of internet porn in the new millennium.
She’s one of the oldest sex therapists…
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I am a day late…butt I don’t think you’ll mind…and don’t say I never did anything for you! Happy (not) Hump Day! xxx dr.c.
Continuing on our topic last week…The Male Member…I came across a blog, written by a man, regarding the reality of that age old question, SIZE. The debate continues as to what constitutes, “big” and “small”….5-7 inches is typically the reported “average size”; however, speaking as a statistician, I can tell you stats are off approximately 40% of the time AND, speaking as a woman, an “average” doesn’t account for personal preference…that said, I was truly moved by one of the blog’s respondents , who I think articulates beautifully how “size matters” to us women:
“I was with a man with what I considered an enormous penis in college. I’d say It was at least 7″, probably 8, with substantial girth. He also had naturally taut, smooth, hairless balls. I was mesmerized by his genitals and can still remember them vividly over a decade later. No other penis has measured up in terms of beauty, length or girth. However, I can’t say that the sex was the best that I’ve ever had or that the man blessed with the perfect cock had any special skills, but we were not in love. I envy the woman he eventually married as I can only imagine the pleasure he could provide with time, love and true intimacy. Those are the things that make sex transcendent, not size. It’s like a woman with spectacular breasts; the person attached to them makes all the difference.” (responder)”
Originally posted on A Walk in the Snow:
Size matters. I will get to the caveats, but it has been pretty well established that, anomalies aside, women have a preference toward men with larger penises… or at least a preference agains men with really small ones.
The caveats.. of course: Not to everyone cares… there are 3 billion women on the planet; millions could care less about penis size, but many, many, many do. Similarly, even for those for whom size matters, bigger is not always better.
But those are caveats… for the most part, size does matter.
But size is relative. Big is only big (and small is only small) relative to something else. So.. How big do you think the average penis is?
As a young man, I had always been told that 7 inches – erect – is average. This made sense to me. I knew porn stars were huge, so the 9-10 inch penis…
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Reflecting again…today, after Robin Williams’ death.
Originally posted on Dr. Nymphobrainiac:
“It is a curious thing, the death of a loved one. We all know that our time in this world is limited, and that eventually all of us will end up underneath some sheet, never to wake up. And yet it is always a surprise when it happens to someone we know. It is like walking up the stairs to your bedroom in the dark, and thinking there is one more stair than there is. Your foot falls down, through the air, and there is a sickly moment of dark surprise as you try and readjust the way you thought of things.”
– Lemony Snicket, Horseradish: Bitter Truths you Can’t Avoid
Today, I remember as the day my father died.
At the time I was told that he died of a heart attack; my mother made that decision.
Later, during a confrontation about…guns, I was told that he committed suicide.
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Ahhhh…The Penis! If we aren’t discussing size, it’s functionality…if it’s not functionality, it’s “look and feel”…but how often do we consider the Penis at Large?! (Yes, go ahead and laugh it’s pun-ny). Anyway, I thought I might procure a few fun facts about our favorite member…
(Note portions of this list have circulated the internet for years…but of course I added my own take)
1. Napoleon’s Penis
When Napoleon Bonaparte died, apparently his doctor cut off his penis for the autopsy. In 1977, the penis was eventually sold for a whopping $2,900 to a urologist in New Jersey and was apparently 1.5 inches at the time it was sold (but give the guy a break maybe he was a “grower” not a “shower”!). But during the interim period, people had much to say about it. Because it was ill-preserved, the penis was allegedly compared to a piece of leather, a shriveled eel, and to beef jerky. And when it was put for up public display in Manhattan in 1927, TIME remarked that it looked like a “maltreated strip of buckskin shoelace.”
Talk about a stage-5-clinger; men meet your worst enemy. Candiru is a type of catfish found in South America, specifically in the Amazon river. It’s typically less than an inch long, scaleless, translucent, and looks similar to an eel. They are particularly attracted to urine and have this mean little habit of swimming up the urethra of men’s penises.
What happens is, once the little guy has swam fully up the urethra, it settles in there by anchoring their short spines into the surrounding tissue. They then gain access to the man’s blood supply, which can cause inflammation, hemorrhage, and even death. The only way to remove this is surgically. So, men…DON’T PEE IN THE POND!
A rare condition that affects one in 5-6 million males, diphallus is when a man is born with two penises. Unfortunately it’s rare that both are fully functional, and it often comes in tandem with other deformities that also require surgery. Wait, why is this considered a “deformity”?!?
4. Penises used to have spines
Though they were lost before Neanderthals and modern humans diverged. Scientists are still not quite certain of their purpose, but they speculate that it correlated with promiscuity as these spines apparently quickened the pace of an erection and is more common in promiscuous species.
If you’re wondering what constitutes a promiscuous species, apparently that would be a cat. Makes me wonder what kind of vaginas accommodated these weapons…Vagina Dentata, perhaps?
5. The foreskin has an abundance of Langerhans cells
Which are immune cells which may fight off HIV (although the opposite has been reported as well). “Langerin is a natural barrier to HIV-1 transmission by Langerhans cells.” One researcher, Teunis Geijtenbeek, said that “Langerin is able to scavenge viruses from the surrounding environment, thereby preventing infection” and “since generally all tissues on the outside of our bodies have Langerhans cells, we think that the human body is equipped with an antiviral defense mechanism, destroying incoming viruses.”
6. Fetuses can have erections
Why this would shock ANYONE is beyond me…so I will just leave this right…here.
7. Kim Jong-il’s penis was 3 feet, 4 inches
…according to the Korean version of the Guinness Book of Records.
8. Jonah Falcon…
So you think you have a “big one”…yeah…not so much…The man with the world’s largest penis. He is 44-years-old, with a 9-inch penis (13.5 inches when hard).
9. King Fatefehi of Tonga, AKA Pimp Daddy
Between the years of 1770 and 1784, he reportedly “deflowered 7 virgins every day for 14 staright years!”…that equates to 37,800 women. I’m sorry I don’t buy it…not the numbers, the part about these women being virgins…no. Even today these tiny islands are home to only a population of 100k, 30% are virgins?!? Just no.
10. No brain necessary for ejaculation
The order to ejaculate comes from the spinal cord, not the brain…and so technically 9or rather scientifically), you can cum…after you’re dead….just a thought!
11. Animals with the biggest and smallest penises
The Blue Whale is the animal with the biggest recorded penis to date, at 8 feet long. The adult male elephant has the biggest recorded penis for land animals, at 6 feet (and S-shaped when erect). And coming in with the smallest penis is the shrew, at .2 inches. But remember, it’s all about relativity!
Koro is a strange culture-specific syndrome,in which an individual has an overpowering belief that his or her genitals (e.g., penis or female nipples) are retracting and will disappear, despite the lack of any true longstanding changes to the genitals. Koro is also known as shrinking penis, and it is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The syndrome occurs worldwide, and mass hysteria of genital-shrinkage anxiety has a history in Africa, Asia, and Europe. In the United States and Europe, the syndrome is commonly known as genital retraction syndrome.
13. “Angel Lust”
Actually this relates back to the previous item concerning where erection “cum from”…when a man gets an erection after being hanged, also known as a “death erection.” I said I was sorry.
14. King of ancient tribes ate penises
In ancient tribes, the king would often eat the penis of his predecessor to apparently absorb his holy power….this somehow does not shock me…I wonder if it works?
15. “Shaved” guardians in Muslim empires
In great Muslim empires, there would be a guardian assigned to each harem’s bed. The guardians had to be “shaved,” which meant having his testicles and penis removed. Again, makes good sense…would you allow an “unshaved” penis around your harem?! I thought not!
16. The Penis Festival
This is my final penis fact…and really it’s less of a fact and more of a celebration…because after all what’s NOT to love about PENISES?! The Shinto Kanamara Matsuri is held each spring in Kawasaki, Japan. The penis, as the central theme of the event, is reflected in illustrations, candy, carved vegetables, decorations, and a mikoshi parade. The Kanamara Matsuri is centered around a local penis-venerating shrine once popular among prostitutes who wished to pray for protection from sexually transmitted diseases. IThere is also a legend of a sharp-toothed demon (vagina dentata, there she is again!…should be my next blog!) that hid inside the vagina of a young woman and castrated two young men on their wedding nights. As a result, the young woman sought help from a blacksmith, who fashioned an iron phallus to break the demon’s teeth, which led to the enshrinement of the item.
Today, the festival has become something of a tourist attraction and is used to raise money for HIV research…and that is ALL GOOD!