Posts Tagged ‘scrotum’

Annual Egg-Post

April 20, 2019

Yep, it became a tradition here not only to greet you for a New Year, but to annually place your focus at men’s precious gems: his testicles and scrotum.

The Christian holiday of Easter truly is THE occasion to do so, because an EGG is the emblem of this festivity. So once a year (at least) the male nuts/balls/testicles ought to be regarded as very special eggs, not least for the shape of each and every testicle resembles an egg (some languages take this into account!).

Just to remind you at this point never to neglect your personal pair of eggs and the versatile pouch they’re nested in. Testicles are a wonderful part of your genitals, not to mention their importance as sperm-producing glands. Value them regularly (especially these days!) or have them valued in all the many ways possible, e.g.:

Lastly let me point you to visit former Easter Greeting posts (like here or here or last year’s hoax-story) – always worth a peek. And Happy Easter! 🙂

ArtVantage (5) – Ex-Libris

October 25, 2018

Ex-libris are bookplates for claiming ownership of a book. Read all about it here! They are interesting at this place, because often enough the orderer of such skillfully designed graphical miniatures chose an erotic content to be depicted by an artist!

Bookplates may be outdated in our times (well, there are still enough books around which would deserve an owners label, even if this may be old-fashioned), but the world of ex-libris is truly fascinating.

That is because every single bookplate generally either is a smart piece of design (as in a logo), a beautiful image of something (from persons, via animals to plants and way beyond) or the image even tells a „story“.

As for an erotic example of this art I chose an Austrian artist who – in the former century – was confident enough creating pornographic images, often in woodcut. Max Kislinger (born 1895) designed daring and rather unusual images for the erotic branch of bookplates:

The above image is certainly curious, but not what I meant. The artist was following a particular trait in his erotic art, take a look at this ex-libris:

Kislinger created a huge range of very peculiar scenes showing men and women in a straitjacket or straitsuit, the head often bagged and locked, yet with full access to the genitals (however, sometimes also locked with a chastity-device, see last image).

This shows us that BDSM sex-play is not a very recent invention. In Kislingers images both sexes seem to be entitled to equal rights, at least for sexual activity. Although the figures are not fully naked, often being inhibited of senses as well as total mobility, everyone is apparently enjoying their part, sure enough due to the fact they ARE inhibited! That´s what it´s about.

Kislinger is not strictly following BDSM rules though. And his scenes are more about „forced“ sex-acts than denial.

There are many ex-libris eroticis (erotic bookplates) out there, but few depicting the pornographic niche that Max Kislinger chose to explore creatively. Maybe you want to become an ex-libris collector now? At least the International Federation of Ex-libris Societies (FISAE) organizes worldwide congresses every two years.

Featured artist: Max Kislinger. Year of creation in order of displayed images: 1933, 1935, 1936, 1932.

The Ventral Cock-Image

August 12, 2018

I hope you share my never tiring enthusiasm for the human penis!? I published quite some posts addressing cock as well as balls/scrotum, both never-failing to amaze the connossoire.

If not in reality, we have plenty of opportunities to gaze upon male genitals via the uncounted imagery surrounding us (mainly net-based). We do notice the differences among the organs themselves in all those pics while the stock of photography offers us a multitude point-of-views in which a penis is captured. Here either the better quality by photographic skill or a situational related detriment becomes instantly obvious.

Now concerning the visual aesthetics of a pictured penis I believe that the point-of-view of the beholder is very important. Personally I really love such an angle:

This depicts the ideal presentation of a penis. Proud he stands showing us:

  • the size and shape of his head
  • the blissed triangle with its frenulum
  • his foreskin (or none at all)
  • the size and curvature of his shaft
  • the size and design of the smaller erectile body, the Corpus spongiosum
  • the size and condition of his scrotum and thus the size of his testicles (best when shaved).

I think that an excited penis and scrotum are displayed most beautifully in such an image!

The next best stiff-cock-presentation, in my humble opinion, comes with the „ventral image“, showing a penis accurately from below. I really enjoy portrayals taken from this point-of-view. The information about a male´s genitals is very similar to the listing above:

  • the size and shape of the helmet is less obvious but still pretty much assessable
  • the blissed triangle with its frenulum is caught spot on
  • his foreskin (or none at all) is obvious
  • the size and design of his shaft are obvious
  • the curvature of the shaft, however, is missed unless it is bent sideways
  • the size and design of the Corpus spongiosum are nicely exposed
  • the size and condition of his scrotum and thus the size of his testicles are in front of you!

  

What are the options? Let´s take a look. The “dorsal image”, showing a penis from above, is quite disappointing. We miss a lot of genital information here! And the scrotum is a complete loss, so to speak:

The most unfortunate penis-portrait would be an angle with a dick pointing straight at the camera:

Here we get a top view of the helmet and maybe part of the scrotum, the other aspects remain guess-work!

A penis shown from the side is quite nice and the point-of-view is much related to our ideal angle, still we may miss essential information (magic triangle, Corpus spongiosum, testicles):

All this information-talk is due to the fact that we deal with two-dimensional imagery. Moving pictures are highly advanced for gaining a good impression quickly, but that after all is another art form. Maybe 3D-images would offer an exciting alternative? Well, get out your cyan/magenta glasses and check for yourselves:

At last a closing statement. There are really a lot of ways to capture male genitals in beautiful photography, given all the angles possible plus the fact that penises and scrotums are true shapeshifters.

Still, the hottest presentation of male genitalia we can delight in is the angle initially proposed. My opinion:

Penises And Us

May 27, 2018

We live in a world of double standards and parallel realms when it comes to sex. On one hand we lead relationships with one partner for an extended period of time (sometimes with a lover on the side) based on emotional affection, on the other hand our bodies and their sexual attributes are often highly objectified and we enjoy this purely physical approach!

Next to „tits and ass“ among other „parts“, literally from hair to feet (with the female), it also concerns penises and scrotums (the latter less so) with the male.

But how important are penises for men and women? How and why does a random person (no matter the sex) value and cherish a cock more or less?

I believe the parallel realms exist (always have been) because we (human individuals) either apply emotion (heart and soul) to the other (as a whole) prioritizingly, or just want pure sex to meet excitement, release and satisfaction without emotional bonding… and deliberately so.

But humans are always both: their bodies and parts of their bodies are tools and yet they own a heart and soul and thus develop emotional bonds towards other humans, sometimes unwillingly.

That´s why the attitude towards a penis can be very different, even in one and the same person. It depends upon whether the given penis is owned by the loved partner or whether a penis appears as an abstract, being a highly objectified tool then.

In the first case you may love that penis unconditionally, as is, no questions asked. That penis shall serve a double-function in the sex act, (A) for the owner being the gateway to his experiencing himself as sexual being in a satisfying manner, thus being more of a tool you use to please your lover. And yet sure enough (B) his beloved penis being the source of all the sensations it generates in you, the lover, physically and psychologically.

In the second case the penis remains a concept, a pure tool existent to please your urges (toward the concept). The penis is the object of desire, it needs to work properly, it ought to be spectacular, it ought to satisfy you, the owner is of less importance. You love cock for cocks sake and you are in power. Emotions may only arise towards the given penis if it touches your individual taste and preferences you developed for your image of an ideal penis. The utmost realisation of this kind of penislove in the real world is the practise of glory-holing.

Now, every man owns a penis that he (hopefully) loves unconditionally. Whether men want to experience other men´s cocks is a matter of open-mindedness and sexual orientation – still, the same rules for the parallel realms apply (being in love with the penis-owner vs craving cock for cocks sake).

Women only know penises thru encounters and images of whatever source (the internet is an eye-opener for sure). Whether they develop an urge for cock in pursuing penis encounters the objectified kind (keyword glory-hole) may be a matter of individual attitude (toward sexuality) and social situation. Then, yet not exclusively, „size likely matters“. However, ejaculatory performance may outweigh the size-question? Only remember, one can not have it all, such combinations (big cock + big cum) are rare and/or access is most probably limited: