I have a pretty big dick, almost 9 inches and if I try I can bend myself till the tip is just touching my lips and then I can shoot right in my mouth. But I want to get more of my cock in my mouth because I think it’s hot. Are there any exercises I can do to help me do this? Thanks.
What we have here, sex fans, is a guy who can orally masturbate himself. According to the Kinsey Reports less than 1% of males can lick or suck their own cock. Obviously, suckin’ is more difficult than lickin’, because the guy’s gotta fold himself over a whole lot more to get more of his unit in his mouth. But it is doable for the lucky few.
Did you know that there is archaeological evidence for self-administered blowjobs in Egyptian hieroglyphs? That’s right, sex fans! According to researcher David Lorton, “Many ancient texts refer to autofellatio within the religious mythology of Egypt. The sun god Ra is said to have created the god Shu and goddess Tefnut by sucking himself off, then spitting out his spunk into the ground.” Yeah baby, give me that old time religion!
Successful self-sucking depends on two things, Eddie — having a big enough dick and being limber as all get-out so you can pretty much bend in half. Every guy can do something about his flexibility, but none of us can grow our dick longer. That’s why this behavior remains fantasy material for the vast majority of us wee willies.
If you want to suck your own cock it’s a good idea to begin by expanding your range of motion; ya know, working on becoming more limber. Concentrate on stretching exercises that will help improve the flexibility in your legs, glutes, lower back, upper back and neck. If you’re not doin Yoga, pup, now’s a good time to start.
Begin by stretching out your legs. Your quads and hamstrings need to be nice and limber. While lying flat on the floor, with your legs fully extended. Lift each leg in succession. Take hold of your calf or thigh and pull your bent leg toward your chest. Hold this for 15 seconds, breathe deeply and release. Repeat five more times. Once you’re able to do one leg at a time, work on doing both legs at once. Be careful not to over stretch, you don’t want to pull a muscle.
Next stretch your back and neck. While lying flat on the floor, clasp your fingers together place them behind your head and slowly roll yourself up while your hold your chin to your chest. This will be exactly like doing a crunch, only completely different. Hold these stretches for 15 seconds apiece, breathe deeply and release. Repeat five more times.
Once you’ve mastered these stretches to the point you can pert-near fold yourself in half, you should be getting close to being able to lick your own dick…if it’s long enough, that is.
While lying flat on the floor place, roll yourself up, legs to your head and place your knees, one at a time, on either side of your head so you’re looking at your crotch and your pud is pointed towards your lips. Don’t forget to breathe through these stretches.
Now grab your ass and pull your dick closer to your mouth. If it’s meant to be, this is how it will happen. If it’s not meant to be, it won’t.
But don’t despair, if ya can’t pull this off. All those stretching exercises you’ve been doing will make you a much better lover with a partner. Because you will be much more limber for all the sexual gymnastics, don’t cha know.
I’m bi and I have both female and male lovers. Right now, I’m in more of a same sex phase. I’m dating two different guys that I like a lot. Both are really nice and fun and the sex is pretty good. But neither one of these guys — one is 23 and the other is 25, knows how to kiss worth a damn. And I can’t get worked up without kissing. The 23 year old claims to be mostly straight and says kissing is too queer for him. The other guy is all like all open mouth teeth. Yuck! Is it just me, or is kissing a lost art for gay men?
You are so right on, Gil! Kissing is a lost art, but not just for gay men. Women often tell me that their straight male partners don’t know squat about kissing either. Is it just too intimate a thing for manly men nowadays or what?
And yeah, it is queer for one guy to kiss another guy. It’s supposed to be, for Pet’s sake! What, does the 23 year old think he’ll maintain his “straightness” if he sucks and fucks another dude, but doesn’t kiss him? WTF!
In my book, kissing is essential to satisfying sex. If ya can’t kiss, I’d be willing to bet you can’t fuck either. Oh, that’s not to say that you won’t be able to bump parts, any monkey can do that. But real good fucking involves passion and how’s there supposed to be passion without kissing? That’s what I’d like to know.
Kissing is often the first sexual experience we have. Whether it’s a light kiss from a friend, or deep sensuous French kiss with a potential lover. We can express so much with kissing — love, passion, friendship, commitment — and we can do so while fully clothed.
Kissing someone on the mouth is bliss. But taking those kisses to other places on your partner’s body is a mighty fine idea too. I used to think kissing came naturally to us all, but now I’m convinced that’s now so. It could be we all have an innate ability that just needs to be nurtured before it blossoms. Whatever the case may be, there are some things the kissing challenged ought know.
Always make sure that your breath is fresh. There’s nothing worse than kissing someone with bad breath! This is particularly important for those of you who still smoke.
Kissing not only involves your mouth, it also has to involve body contact, hugging and touching.
- If you’re all open mouth, teeth and drool, you’re not kissing.
- If you rush to jam your tongue into your partner’s mouth and down his or her throat, you’re not kissing.
- If you’re biting instead of nibbling, you’re not kissing.
- If you’re trying to cover his or her entire mouth with yours like some kind of freaky suction cup, you’re not kissing.
- If you’re kissing with your eyes wide open, you’re not kissing.
- If your tongue is poking and prodding in your partner’s mouth like it is searching for lost food, you’re not kissing.
- IF someone is kissing you and you’re not kissing back, you’re not kissing.
- If you’re body is stiff, like a frozen slab of beef, you’re not kissing.
- If your hands are stationary without a thing to do, you’re not kissing.
- If you think kissing is something ya gotta do just to get laid, you’re not kissing.
If you’re pressed for technique, or you’re simply clueless about where to begin, start by giving your partner a quick peck on the cheek or lips. Then move back a little, look him or her in the eye, then move in again for another kiss with a bit more passion this time. Slowly build up the passion and excitement with a series of these kinds of seductive kisses till you’re all over one another like a bad cold.
Or try light kissing all over your partner’s face and neck pausing every now and again for a deep sigh and a longing look in his/her eyes. Whatever you do, don’t suck or slobber. Save that for when you’re eating her out or sucking his cock.
If you think you need practice kissing, and unless you’ve been told that you are a great kisser, you do need practice. And you’re too timid to invite a partner to join you for the exercise, here’s what I propose you do. Make a fist; turn it sideways so that you have the opening between your thumb and forefinger in front of you. Kiss that. Stand in front of a mirror and watch yourself. If you look like they do in the movies, you may be on the right track.
When you think you’re getting the hang of it, move on to the real thing. Don’t be shy we all have to start somewhere. You might invite your partner to give you some feed back on how you’re doing. Remember, practice makes perfect.
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I’m a successful entrepreneur, in decent health (I could stand to lose a few pounds.) I have just about everything a man could want in life, but I’m miserable. I have no energy and I feel like I’m sleepwalking through my life. I have no sex drive at all; my wife thinks I’m having an affair…I wish. Even Viagra doesn’t do the trick anymore. Is this just old age, or what?
Old age, at 58? I beg your pardon! Hell, you’re not even technically a senior yet! Regardless what we call it, you sound like you’re in the throws of andropause — male menopause — ya know, the change of life!
Never heard of such a thing? You’re not alone. It’s only been recently that the medical industry has begun to pay attention to the impact changing hormonal levels has on the male mind and body. Most often andropause is misdiagnosed as depression and treated with an antidepressant. WRONG!
Every man will experience a decrease testosterone, the “male” hormone, as he ages. This decline is gradual, often spanning ten to fifteen years on average. While the gradual decrease of testosterone does not display the profound effects that menopause does, the end results are similar.
There’s no doubt a man’s sexual response changes with advancing age and the decrease of testosterone. Sexual urges diminish, erections are harder to come by, they’re not as rigid, there’s less jizz shot with less oomph. And our refractory period (or interval) between erections is more pronounced too.
While most all of us have heard of a mid-life crisis, and it’s tragic consequences — red convertible sports cars, comb-overs, and the trophy wife or lover — fewer have heard of andropause. A mid-life crisis is essentially a psycho-social adjustment to aging — bored at work, bored at home, bored with the wife or partner — that sort of thing.
Although andropause may coincide with a mid-life crisis, is not the same thing. Andropause is a distinct physiological phenomenon that is akin to female menopause.
Like I said, the production of testosterone diminishes gradually after age 40. I suppose you know that testosterone is the hormone that stimulates sexual development in the male infant, bone and muscle growth in adolescent males, and is responsible for our sexual drive, right? But did you know that by the age of 55 the amount of testosterone secreted into our bloodstream is significantly lower than it was at 45. And by age 80, most male hormone levels have decreased to pre-puberty levels.
- Men, are you over 50, feeling weak, lethargic, depressed and irritable? Do you have mood swings, hot flashes, suffer from insomnia and decreased libido, like our buddy Wilson, here? Then you too may be andropausal. You need to get some lead back in your pencil!
All kidding aside, all us andropausal men might want to consider Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). Ask your physician about this. Just know that some medical professionals resist testosterone therapy, because they mistakenly link Testosterone Replacement Therapy with prostate cancer. Even though recent evidence shows prostatic disease is estrogen-dependent rather than testosterone-dependent. However, before starting a testosterone regiment, insist on a complete physical, including blood work and a rectal examine. Mmmm, rectal exams!
Here’s an interesting tidbit; total testosterone, which is generally the only thing that is ever measured in men complaining of andropausal symptoms, is only low in relation to the standard laboratory “normal range” in 13% of cases. However, more detailed blood analysis shows that bio-available Testosterone, which is the important measure, is decreased in 74% of cases.
Testosterone is available in many forms — oral, injectable, trans-dermal and by way of implants. The oral form is not recommended because of the high risk of liver damage. But injections, patches, pellets, creams and gels might be just the answer.
I encourage you to be informed about TRT before you approach your doctor, because the best medicine is practiced collaboratively — by you and your doctor.
I just found a swell resource online: The Andropause Society. Check it out!
Good luck ya’ll