Selasa, 30 April 2013

The (Education of) Pecker Physiology

Very 1950's attitude.

The other glaring omission in the curriculum - well, not that I'm privy to every bit of minutia - is the Physiology of the male apparatus. That our peckers rise up like the Phoenix almost 20 times in a 24-hour period. That they should, it's not only normal but needed. Shouldn't students be taught about this?

Now, I know some of you are thinking, "With this topic of sex education, why would he post about jerking off before posting about boners?" Well, to make the point that not every hard-on is about the need or urge of relieving our man-berries of their cargo. And these students not only have the right to know this, they need to know this!

It could save so much anxiety in young men. Just think, no more worry about walking from class to class trying to hide that boner behind books, no more fretting about boning up at the urinals, 

not to mention the ultimate concern: The weasel popping up in the showers of the locker room!

They would know it's not necessarily the raging hormones - it could be the tumescence is from the tissue needing oxygen to keep it healthy... So it can get good and hard, so it can stand up tall, thick, and proud....

when it is about getting the rocks off!

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