After this post about ways to stoke Penis Pride, someone pointed me toward a book that seemed like it might be right up my ally. “The Genius Guide to Penis Pride” is available all over the internet as both a physical book and an easy to download ebook/Kindle book published by Xlibris.
Never mind that he’s fat, unmuscled, and bald. Homer Simpson doesn’t know he doesn’t conform to beauty standards and receives exclusively positive reinforcement from his sole sex partner, and so he lives a life akin to Adam’s; free from sexual shame and stigma.
Viewing your own penis as a key to connection with others is the crux of learning to be proud of it. Because it holds so much potential and so much power for you. Even if you never meet another penis in real life to share arousal and generate friction and pleasure together, you are part of something larger than you, and are accepted into it wholly, just as you are.
Practicing these steps, and making intentional time to take your clothes off and touch and stimulate your genitals is how you learn to love them. They bring only joy and pleasure into your world, no matter their size or shape.
outside our shelled understanding of what it means, and pursue it in whatever form we like, as long as we aren’t causing active harm to others.
There is no time or situation where “privates” is the best choice of word, and the power that it possesses to reinforce learned cultural shame about our genitals, and the unacceptability of our sex parts, is transparently dangerous.
Ball stretching is super pleasurable and a fantastic way to amplify testicular sensation while bating or just doing chores around your house!
And that’s what’s on display with today’s selection of furry anthro ball stretching boys! I scoured Rule34, FurAffinity, and google for my most favorite pics of non-people nut weighters. And there’s some COOL shit in here! I’m so excited. I only really talk about things I like on this blog anyway, but it’s fun to share incredible artworks that I feel don’t get enough exposure, from artists who don’t get enough recognition for their incredible talents.