Posts Tagged ‘testicles’

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:

When Big Balls Ruled

March 31, 2018

You might have seen photos/clips of guys with scrotums the size of a grapefruit. I know there are forums around for those of us who are into that kind of fetish.

Now, a fraction of men displaying such huge balls are wired differently inside, i.e. their reproductive system is built in another way than the huge majority of men.

Why? Because they inherited their anatomy from the Neanderthals! This is a very specific topic not well investigated and not broadly published other than within a closed scientific community. I think it is as scientifically intriguing as it is hot!

Fact is that some Neanderthals interbred with modern humans about 47,000 – 65,000 years ago. And about 20% of the Neanderthal genome has been found introgressed in the modern human population. Some of the genes are believed to be responsible for the differently organized glandular allocation for the secretion of fluids that mix into semen.

Compare, modern human males are organized like this:

Testicles and epididymae cover sperm-production while seminal vesicles and the prostate produce the juices which become semen (carrying sperm) at ejaculation.

But Neanderthals were allegedly built like this:

Here the epididymae have been the sole glands producing and maturing sperm, while the testicles produced and stored the liquid which was to become semen together with the contribution of the prostate (there is no difference in function and size between Neanderthals and modern humans).

The difference seems to be minor, but the effect is huge (and so exciting)!

Many people today still think (wishfully?) that cum is produced in the balls. Not anymore, only with the Neanderthals this has been the case, apparently! The then different function of the testicles also means that with the onset of arousal -thus beginning of cum production– the balls of an Neanderthal man were visibly growing!

Furthermore the function of the scrotum to elevate the testicles closer to the body when nearing PONR was presumably non-existent! The design of the reproductive system of the Neanderthals is suggesting that the males will have tried to impregnate many females at a single sexual mating call.

This also implies that Neanderthals must have been void of MRP, so that they repeatedly were able to ejaculate or alternatively could have coaxed emissions by squeezing their balls!?

With the scientifically examined few men carrying Neanderthal DNA the above mentioned features were confirmed! I also would like to quote the scientists who had been working on the subject, Margulis & Sagan:

Large testes and big penises are advantages only under conditions of widespread sexual promiscuity. Among our closest relatives the great apes, only male chimpanzees have testicles more prodigious than those of men. And chimps, with their big, heavy testicles, are more sexually promiscuous than humans. […] Like an auto race won by the driver whose sponsoring company can afford to provide him with the most souped-up car, the male with the best-timed copulation, most far-reaching ejaculation, and biggest testicular “engine” able to produce the greatest quantity of sperm tended to win the “game” of impregnation. (Mystery Dance, On the Evolution of Human Sexuality: Summit Books, New York (1991) pp. 33)

Watch one of those contemporary special guys cumming! He usually edges until his balls are massively filled with his produce before he makes himself unload in spectacular fountains of jizz:

This is a hoax! This is all a fictitious piece of fake news, an Easter-Extra which additionally serves April 1 this year! 😉 Don´t be fooled, but be aroused and celebrate your balls – Happy Easter!

Go Search Your Easter Eggs…

April 15, 2017

…and find your testicles!

We don´t celebrate the upcoming holiday like some people in Japan do with honoring the penis (check here and here), but egg-loaded Easter strongly reminds us to particularly cherish the eggs stored in a scrotum!

Again I invite you to visit former Easter Greeting posts (here and here) – always worth a peek! Enjoy your retrieval. 😉

Neglected Post (8) – General Sexual Response

March 22, 2017

Original post: General Sexual Response

Less than 285 views since December 27, 2012

The post in question very well could have been the initial regular entry of this blog following Introduction and Remarks (with which I prompt my readers to be sure of some basic anatomical knowledge for fully enjoying facts and prose in my blog). However, I published it a good two and a half years on!

It probably should have been the kick-off, because the post tells you physical basics on your way from sexual arousal to climax in a compact manner. A Male Sexual Response by the Books, as I called it.

Everyone knows the described parameters more or less. The emphasis lies on „more or less“, because since everyone differs and reacts differently from the other, the listing of particulars is an interesting read nonetheless! It demonstrates a potentiality of basic physiological changes on our way from erection to ejaculation/orgasm.

Therefore it can be quite exciting to observe yourself or a partner en route to bliss. And reading that register will refresh your knowledge and may give you ideas about some experimentation or alteration in your masturbatory routine, possibly leading you to try out some more extreme manipulations. Just like I explained at the end of the neglected post.

By the way, if you want to check about this series on neglected posts read this intro here!