by Bruce P. Grether I’ve come downstairs in the predawn darkness and now I lie back comfortably on the couch, my soft cotton house pants down around my ankles, the warm thick generosity of my penis alive in my hands. Generosity can mean size, but it’s also a quality. This feels unbelievably, indescribably good—and I’m still in awe of what’s possible! One hand below my balls pushes in slow surges upon the inner root of my erection, while fingers of the other hand, palm cupped
by Bruce P. Grether
A common cliché is that “men think with their penis” and this usually implies that it makes men do stupid or awful things. The reality behind this is that men feel with their penises, and are often ill-equipped to deal with feelings, due to conditioning about “masculinity” as well as personal history.
Yet in truth, as a human male, your penis is not at all the superficial, greedy and misleading organ that it is often labeled and assumed to actually be.