The Sexuality Bell Curve

Someone out there isn’t going to like what I’m going to say. I believe this to be true, so fire away… I can take it! I don’t think there’s such a qualifier as “straight” nor one we’ve described as “gay”. Our sexuality is on a Bell Curve. If there are men or women that are … Read moreThe Sexuality Bell Curve

is it safe to use a cock pump?

HI Seb, I just bought cock pump and just arrived yesterday. I bought the one for the beginner, my questions are:
– is it safe to use cock pump?
– will it damage the tissue and the blood vessel on my cock?,
– does it really would make my cock bigger? or perhaps slightly bigger??

Thanks Seb, sorry for the silly questions.

Hello M8, it’s actually a really good question. Here in the Uk cock pumps are still prescribed by the National Health Service as a treatment for some men with erectile dysfunction. So I am assuming the are safe for most men to use. The NHS claim that after using a vacuum pump, nine out of 10 men are able to have sex, regardless of the cause of their ED. This makes them more successful than viagra in the treatment of ED.

Make sure you buy a good quality pump with a release valve. Before you pump spend about 10 minutes massaging your cock with lots of coconut oil. Bring your self to erection, and then let your cock go flaccid and put it inside, and pump until there is a seal. Respect your cock, if you over pump you could cause injury. When you are finished your session wash your cock with really cold water, and then warm water. Finally massage a tablespoon of natural honey into your cock and let it hang to dry. According to Professor Kevan Wylie, a consultant in sexual medicine at the University of Sheffield, “There is very little evidence that these devices cause any significant long-term gain in size. Which means that there is some eveidence that they do make your cock bigger. Do your own research, let me know how you get on. Happy pumpingMr Cox

I remember seeing the “Penis Pump” advertised all over in print publications and later on the internet several years back. What was never included in the advertising, was the fact that once the blood receptacles in the penis have been enlarged by applying suction to draw extra blood into the lesser volume they began with, they don’t shrink back as the original vessels did, to reveal a flaccid penis. The elasticity of the vessels is destroyed by the suction and the once distended penis tends to appear swollen when not aroused and refuses to stand on it’s own to assist entry into the rather tight places where it gives pleasure and does its God given function. If you just want a “large, heavy” penis, one that doesn’t do anything else, use that “Penis Pump”. If you want it to be perky, and capable of standing on its own, rising and falling on your emotions, the “Pump” will do the opposite, and you’ll be the loser… RobtheElder

Understanding Un chant d’amour

Jean Genet‘s only film, which he directed in 1950. Because of its explicit (though artistically presented) homosexual content, the 26-minute movie was long banned and even disowned by Genet later in his life. The plot is set in a French prison, where a prison guard takes voyeuristic pleasure in observing the prisoners perform masturbatory sexual acts. In two adjacent cells, there is an older Algerian-looking man and a handsome convict in his twenties. The older man is in love with the younger one, rubbing himself against the wall and sharing his cigarette smoke with his beloved through a straw. The prison guard, apparently jealous of the prisoner’s relationship, enters the older convict’s cell, beats him, and makes him suck on his gun in an unmistakably sexual fashion. However, the inmate drifts off into a fantasy where he and his object of desire roam the countryside. In the final scene, it becomes clear that the guard’s power is no match for the intensity of attraction between the prisoners, even though their relationship is not consummated. Genet does not use dialogue in his film, but focuses instead on close-ups of bodies, on faces, armpits, and penises. The film’s highly sexualized atmosphere has been recognized as a formative factor for works such as the films of Andy Warhol. if you like the film, please leave a comment below. Credits do not list any characters or actors, some of whom remain unknown. If you have any info please leave a reply below

un chant d’amour

Bravo’ (nickname; real name unknown) as the Older Prisoner was a Tunisian from nefta who was a barber with a big family to support

Lucien Sénémaud (real name) as the Younger Prisoner. He was introduced to Jean Genet by Jean Cocteau with whom he had served in the French army. Genet fell passionately in love with 18-year-old Lucien Sénémaud, about whom he wrote, “His beauty harpooned me.” The two men formed a passionate, and volatile, couple; He was a married man whose wife supported him in appearing in the film.

Java André Reybaz plays the Guard. Reybaz had a long career spanning forty years, which mostly consisted of numerous French television appearances.

Coco Le Martiniquais … Second dancing prisoner (uncredited)

Set Genet had an extensive prison set built amidst the ground floor restaurant of Nico’s Rose Rouge (the famous nightclub was in the basement). Exteriors were shot, on the sly, at both the Fresnes and La Santé prisons, where Genet had served most of the cumulative four years of his adult incarceration. The forest sequence was shot near Fontainebleu at Milly-la-Forêt, on Cocteau’s property. There is some controversy over the extent of Cocteau’s presence: Edmund White believes it was minimal, while Jonas Mekas says that Nico told him it was extensive. No one, however, doubts that the film is unquestionably Genet’s own creation. Genet’s rough cut ran 45 minutes, but he gradually trimmed it into its taut final running time of 25 minutes. (Source)

Banned When in 1966 distributor Sol Landau attempted to exhibit the film in Berkeley, California, he was informed by a member of the local police special investigations department that were he to continue screening it the film “would be confiscated and the person responsible arrested.” Landau responded by instituting the case of Landau v. Fording (1966) in which he sought to show Genet’s work without police harassment. The Alameda County Superior Court watched the film twice and declared that it “explicitly and vividly revealed acts of masturbation, oral copulation, the infamous crime against nature [a euphemism for sodomy], voyeurism, nudity, sadism, masochism and sex…” The court rejected Landau’s suit, further condemning the film as “cheap pornography calculated to promote homosexuality, perversion and morbid sex practices.” He was similarly rebuffed in the District Court of Appeal of California, which accepted that Genet was a major writer but cited this as a lesser work of an early period and declared that in the end it was “nothing more than hard-core pornography and should be banned.” When the case reached the U.S. Supreme Court, the decision was confirmed once more, in a 5-4 per curiam decision in which the justices simply stated that Un Chant d’amour was obscene and offered no further explanation. —Jonathon Green and Nicholas J Karolides, The Encyclopedia of Censorship.

jesus saves

i need relief! every day is the constant battle with what i want.. and what i beieve is right. In less than a month i will be an 19yr old with a deep secret. im afraid im gay…i hav had a girlfriend for 18 months now and i cant connect with her. being raised a christian and still being one, i am so confused.. streched.. lost..i dont know what to do, or where im at? i live in south brisbane australia and need answers. as all this is the biggest secret of my entire life, i keep discreet. plz help. mitch

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It has been my experience that very few straight women are happy to share their gay boyfriends with their gay boyfriends. Unfortunately, this requires you to make a choice. Since your preferences are gay, how have you ever been involved with a woman for such a long time (18 months)? Is she satisfied to have so little of your life and so little of your concern? If your answer is no… that you’re getting some flak from your inattention to her needs, then you need to start to set your life to rights. I consider myself to be a devout Christian, and I was married heterosexually long enough to father two children, and to adopt another (13 years). Eventually, it became clear that our marriage wasn’t going to work. We divorced, which I’m sure wasn’t pleasing to God, but all of my children preferred to live with me. I was the better parent, my ex-wife knew it, and I knew it. I just bought a bigger apartment. My youngest is 43, my oldest, 50. It has worked out for all concerned, though I haven’t heard my ex-wife’s opinion in some years (thank God!). If you’re worried about how God will judge you, imagine how he’ll judge you if you make the remainder of your life miserable, and the remainder of your girlfriend’s life miserable, as well. And you have to consider the happiness of children that may come along as well. I promise that you can be profoundly happy, and Godly, loving your boyfriend and doing together what the two of you enjoy… RobtheElder

find a close friend like I have that you trust and will be friends with for the rest of your life. david and jonathon were best friends and love each other in all ways. you still date women and should marry and have children, but you should have a specal friend to get away with and enjoy man to man time. You can come here and we can be best friends and enjoy each other from time to time. Peace, jase 

www.jasonanddemarco.com are tremendous gay christian music artist and can help you. I am gay and a christian and came out 12 years ago and am glad I did. You can be gay and christian. Don’t dispair and whatever you do, don’t give up. Bob 

 Mitch, Just relax. You have plenty of time to figure this out. You do not have to decide–just explore and be open to the possibilty of what is right for you. You will or probably already know in you heart. It is okay to be gay and there is help out there I am sure even downunder. Look for a gay and lesbian youth group for support and for help about coming out if you decide to do so.. Gary, USA

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HEy Mitch I kmow how you feel i was raised a chiristian too but around 7th grade i started realizing men in a different way but it was hard for me to believe that i was gay. but then i started realizing that god loves everybody and if he was the true god they talk about in the bible then youll go to heaven. But if you think your gay come out to close friends,theyll love you no matter what but stay in your comfort zone dont think now that your gay you have to come out to the world take babysteps and youll be alright. any more questions yoiu can email me Jake P

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Hi Mitch, I can understand your gay secret,i suggest you get in touch with your local (MCC) Metropolitan Community Church and have a talk . It is OK to be a christian and gay as i am, and Jesus does not discriminate its only the main line christian churches . Have a look at this web site and listen to the first 3 minute video www.wouldjesusdiscriminate.com and also the sydney MCC website is www.mccsydney.org  Best Wishes, Dick Watson

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being gay isnt an evil thing, ive been gay all my life and i am happy with who i am. my boyfriend loves me and i love him. give it a try and you may be the happiest you have ever been. buzz