Getting older (early fifties) has not meant that the experience of sexuality, passion and desire has dissipated and petered out. On the contrary, advancing age has brought unexpected insights and surprises; new personal depth and understanding of male sexuality; a renewed inner fire, invigorating and expanding personal desires and passions; an elevated sense of mystical communion with a sacred, divine, sexual energy pulsating ever stronger within. And astonishing discoveries of what new pleasure a man’s body is capable of. Ironically, the external world does not appear to understand the righteous male sexuality clumsily alluded to here. New, non-binary concepts obfuscate it. Depictions of masculinity as toxic, abusive and destructive threaten to eclipse this complex and beautiful experience of masculinity, sometimes making it shameful and apparently, ugly to be male. This is why I visit to this site. To wallow in the words and the images posted by Mr Cox and his friends and admirers. It thrills to see private experiences (that I once thought were mine alone) being expressed by men of all persuasions and ages, from all over the planet. It makes me understand that there is a shared experience of masculinity that is greater than I am and that this may well be the eternal force which authors the sexuality that defines me.

The Hermit

4 thoughts on “Mystical Communion

  1. My thought of the day: “If you can’t find the answer, perhaps you are asking the wrong question”. As each year passes by, I am trying to figure out why, in sixty six years, I am the sole captain of my of my vessel. I have a number of good friends and two older sister’s that love me. I have not, however, found a man that loves me equally or even 35/65%. There is a list that I own, in my heart, of men I have loved deeply. They were not able or willing to take the risk of male/male attraction. They loved me as a friend, which has, in and of it’s self, a true deep value. However, at times I feel near the end of my rope. And I am at that point today. However, I want to make it clear that I am and will forever be grateful for the many blessings in my life. At this point, I question whether it’s enough. I know I’m not in a good place, right now, to even be looking for someone. But I own my situation and my hopes and fears. I will not pass this on to anyone else. I own it. Thank you, the Hermit and Seb for sharing with all of us, your strength and insight. I hope this post makes even a small bit of sense. Sincerely, Lester B. USA

  2. Hey Hermit, yes.
    I would love to converse with you if you agreed. I am amazed that at 55 my spiritual and physical sexuality is stronger than ever. I’m so far away that my heart hurts to make the connection because now especially, we will not touch penises. However I have just happily wallowed in your words, thank you!

  3. Thank You The Hermit. Powerful, Powerful, thank you for sharing your wisdom. It makes the huge effort to do this site worthwhile, thank you.

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