Shhh…! Always live in your truth! Have fun and enjoy your one life! Human sexuality is fluid. It’s natural and is meant to be that way! Do whatever you do sexually with good sense, personal care and safety, with the proper, well-understood consent of potential partners and, when necessary, with a measure of discretion. And remember: You are an adult. There’s never a need to tell anyone (or everyone) about who or what kind of things you’re into or might be willing to experiment and/or get into on the sexuallevel. That kind of information should only remain between you and your selected (and hopefully trusted) partner(s).
Note: This one is only for the grown ‘n sexy… (First posted to my Masculine Perspectives Facebook page on 201608:14.)
Ahhh…there you are: looking at erotica/porn stored on your computer or at some website. According to the Bible, you’re “lusting after the flesh” (I John 2:16) as you sit or lie in your bed jacking off (aka masturbating) to visuals of men and/or women who aren’t your spouse. Shame of you! LOL! Still, it’s what many of us will be doing today – just like every Sunday. And you know what? There isn’t a damn thing wrong with it!
However, if you’re religious, your pastor or priest may (or will) still consider that a sinful deed “in the eyes of the Lord”. Well, fuck it; and fuck the guilt too, if any. It’s your body and your pleasure, not his. You deserve this pleasure, mate! Enjoy as much of the human eye candy as you can; using it as masturbation inspiration – or what I like to call ‘batespiration. You spend minutes, perhaps even up to an hour getting into you; edging(controlling or delaying orgasm) and jacking yourself off to the heights of sensual, sexual, physical and mental ecstasy; caressing every erogenous zone of your body until you can’t hold back the pending ejaculation and orgasm any longer. Yes! You’re so ready to bust! DO IT!! Your body will thank you, so…DO IT!!
And if there is a god watching, he (or she) probably won’t mind because surely you’ll do it again and again; just as you’ve done many times before; you dirty, sensual, sexy muthafucka!
CHECK IT: Life is too short to not have at least one orgasm a day. Make it a task on your daily things-to-do list. Don’t laugh; I’m serious. Go ahead, bruh. Give yourself an orgasm; you deserve it! And if you have a partner or mate, why not give him or her one too! If time allows, try to do it in the morning…before going to school, work or to some important meeting, particularly to those meetings where you expect tension or boredom is sure to be present. Your mind, body and spirit will thank you as you take on the day with much greater ease after having had an orgasm.
Yes, May is National Masturbation Month. Not that those of us who already shamelessly masturbate regularly need a special month but it’s nice to know that since 1995, the month of May has been set aside nationally – and perhaps worldwide, to remind and encourage everyone to participate in this very natural, very healthy form of safe and pleasurable sex. Get into it!– RobFather X
The article is informative. Sadly however, on the heels of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (which was Feb. 7th), every picture in it is that of a White man. There’s necessarily nothing wrong with that since the author and/or publisher of the article were free to choose whatever photos they wanted for the article. However, for any print or on-line magazine to feature an article discussing safe or “safer” sex to lack the inclusion of photos of men from other ethnicities does – in my opinion, further support why there must be a National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day each year. As noted in my previous article on NBHAAD, HIV/AIDS information and prevention knowledge is for everyone, regardless of ethnicity. That includes information/knowledge on how to have safe/safer sex.
Aside from the choices in photos, I can’t help but find it curious as to why the article’s author Tyler Curry, a gay man who is HIV-positive and a respected LGBT activist and columnist, failed to mention other forms of “safer sex” such as: masturbation/mutual masturbation, frottage or “frot”(non-penetrative sex between sexual partners – male or female (aka “dry humping”) and of course, abstinence. Still, I’m posting the article link because Black men and other men of color can learn a thing or two from reading it. I – a HIV-negative person, certainly learned a few things – other than condom use, about which I already knew.