Friday, June 23, 2017

Size Matters

  
        Studies show if you are well endowed, chances are you’ll benefit from a bit of a confidence boost, but not much beyond that in terms of sexual performance. A recent study published in the British Journal of Urology claims to have finally laid the kibosh on the considerable debate surrounding the average size of the penis.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Size Matters

Police Bisexuality


Outfoxed


"a nonpolar exchange between men"

   Taoism, concerned with the balance of Yin (female) and Yang (male) energies in the body, was fairly liberal with regard to human sexuality. Taoists were concerned about depletion of a man's yang though overindulgence in sex with women, so to allow for balanced sexual interaction, they developed yang retention techniques to avoid ejaculation during orgasm. Because np yin was absorbed from the female during homosexual relations, sex between men was essentially a neutral exchange of masculine energy. ... a nonpolar exchange between men ...

from Androphilia by Jack Donovan

Fraternal Familiarity

    ... there's always some reflection of self in another male. There's always some fraternal familiarity, come common experience of maleness, some mutual understanding between men.
   There is always some polarity between two unique individuals, with one man usually more dominant than the other in most sexual transactions and relationships, but the polarity is usually far less extreme than in heterosexual exchange. Women are more alien to men, and vice versa. Men are less mysterious to each other. ... this Mars/Mars dynamic that is appealing to me. It's what I seek out in men -- not some clumsy approximation of heterosexual polarity. This affinity for the Mars/Mars dynamic is essential to androphilia.

from Androphilia by Jack Donovan

Homosexually inclined men


Now that tolerance for homosexuality is widespread and oppression is minimal the next step in sexual liberation is to challenge the idea that sexuality creates ethnicity -- to do away with the assumption that a man who prefers men is a separate, essentially different sort of man, a gay man, whose sexuality determines his interests, his politics and the way he expresses his gender. The idea that same-sex-oriented men are not true men is perhaps the most deeply ingrained the most limiting prejudice they face, and it is one that the gay identity only reinforces by socially segregating men into two groups -- straight and gay. ... If homosexually inclined men are to truly thrive, their sexuality must be perceived as a variation in desire among men -- no matter what causes it. Those men who experience androphilia must be distinguished from those who find effeminate gay culture and the gay identity appeal. It is time to remove the gay qualifier for those men who have nothing in common with gays but with homosexual desire.

from Androphilia by Jack Donovan