The literal kind. Not just the kinds in the Daddy Issues tag. A lot of art and stories shared here orbit around characters learning about sexuality from their fathers, in addition to learning about the sexuality of their fathers.
These creations are presented here as works of fantasy, and are in no way an endorsement of incest or the enormously problematic nature of actual father/son sexual relationships. But they are a way to explore the nature of desire, the lifelong seeking of acceptance and approval universally experienced by humans, and the bigger universality of Penis.
Even your dad has a penis. Our culture’s fixation on the denial of mature adults as sexual beings, and as having bodies worthy of pleasure and aforementioned acceptance, simply because of their age or their role in a heteronormative familial structure is a subject worth prodding.
The cultural fixation that drives incest-themed porn is also worth prodding. Copious amounts of art, stories, and pornographic films centered around socially unacceptable relationships between siblings, cousins, and parents are created every year and remain at the top of the most searched tags and categories on every platform. There is some reason for this shared fascination (in both gay and traditionally heterosexual strata), and I believe it is worthy of (sometimes uncomfortable) conversation.
Arguably the penultimate sex toy of our time, the Fleshlight is the oft-imitated, never duplicated king of masturbation tools. The term Fleshlight is used here interchangeably with Fleshjack (which, in reality, is just the gay-focused branding of the exact same tool). Why penis-bearing folks need to have these things clearly divided (a penis stimulator for straights and a penis stimulator for gays – separate but equal! *yawn/eyeroll combo*) speaks to the bigger problems we face as a group, and is transparently rooted in toxic masculinity.
The Fleshlight is a cylinder of hard plastic holding a silicone rubber inner “sleeve” which has different coloring and texture depending on the style. While they universally serve the same purpose, some purport to simulate oral, vaginal, or anal intercourse.
I’m not personally fond of the practice of fetishizing disembodied “parts,” and so my favorite varieties tend to be the ones without anal, oral, or genital simulated toppers. I also low-key object to the “simulation” of sex, and think a reframing of how we think about masturbation and the tools we use for it would do us all a world of good. Masturbation IS sex, not a rehearsal or a simulation.
Easily the most overlooked sexual act, frottage (rhymes with fromage, not cottage) is all about intensity and chemistry. I’ve cum from this, in public, and very obviously (if anyone was watching). It involves the sustained and aroused rubbing of the genitals against another person (ideally, against their genitals), sometimes until orgasm.
Frottage is frequently defined as a ‘paraphilia.’ One in which there are repetitive sexual urges to gain gratification by rubbing against another person, often acted out in a public place. This definition is highly uncool because it is arguably in the rape family when the receiving partner doesn’t want to expect this attention. Sexual stimulation of any kind involving another person must always include consent.
The furry fandom is a subculture interested in fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and physical characteristics. These characters inspire the creation of much art and illustration, much of which is intensely sexual in nature.
It is also an oft-maligned group and category, and the “furry” title may be shunned due to this fact. This is especially unjust when the skill, time, and talent required to produce these incredible artworks is fully taken into account.
I am particularly fascinated by the anthro subgenre of Fur culture – where characters have animal bodies and features but human genitals and human sexual interactions. As a result we feature lots of anthro art here.