The debate on whether or not a penis is attractive or not seems to come up every now and then and I am always shocked at how strongly people feel that cocks are not attractive, that men in general can’t come close to the physical beauty and sensuality of a woman, and that the best he can do is to enjoy himself.
I strongly object to all three of these ideas.
First of all, I am a huge cock fan. Like, HUGE. — And you can read that either way, really. I’m both a fan of cocks and of large cocks. — But my point is that I think they’re beautiful. When I find a pretty cock, I tell its owner immediately. He’ll always chuckle and say he’d never heard that before. Well, of course not. Most women don’t find them attractive and it’s never occurred to men to look at it critically. But think about it. A penis is magical. It has a mind of its own, it changes with mood, fervor, desire, and thought. It can be manipulated or not. It can be bone hard or like putty. Even a flaccid penis has a serene attractiveness to it, though obviously less sexual verve.
Which brings me to the second point: why do we think that only the female form is sensual and inherently attractive? The broad shoulder span of a man and his narrow hips drive me over the edge. I simply couldn’t get that maleness from any female form. His skin, dusted with body hair, feels different from a woman’s. His musculature is by nature harder, longer, less forgiving than that of a woman’s.
I lay with both. I consider myself an amateur expert on this shit. I am intimately aware of a man’s sensual beauty and what that triggers in my reptilian brain. And same goes for a woman, of course.
And lastly, why do we as a society tend to think that the most a man can do is to enjoy the gift of a woman before him? Don’t get me wrong, I love to hear a man’s groan when he sees me laid out before him, but I’d like for him to also feel my appreciation. To know that my belly quickens as his muscles flex to pull off his shirt; that my pussy pulses when I see the strain in his upper body as he holds himself above me. Man is my sexual and sensual match in all ways.
I love a man’s body, his fickle brain, his learned maleness. It’s a challenge and a compliment to my femaleness. My femininity can only be heightened by other sensual creatures; it’s caressed one way with a woman and in an entirely different way with a man.
And so now, so other men and women may also partake in the thrill of a beautiful man and his cock, I’d like to give a short tutorial on how to take cockshots.
THE DOs AND DON’Ts OF COCKSHOTS
We’ll start with the DON’Ts and end with the DO’s.
DON’T send a flaccid cock shot to a woman who’s never seen you hard
A soft cock is a vulnerable, intimate thing. I’ve never in my life enjoyed seeing a flaccid cock pic if I’ve never seen it hard first. And even then there are caveats. Like, you better be showing me a before and after sort of thing.
DON’T use a flash
A flash makes a cock look weird. I don’t care if you’re dark as a coffee bean or pale as a ghost. It does weird things. Ban the flash.
DON’T take a shot straight on
It makes it look shorter than it is.
Don’t let things get in the way of seeing it all
DO have kind lighting
Do show a hand around the base
Do use a side angle
This is a cock of epic proportions, I know, but it also looks inviting, ready for a mouth or a pussy and the hand gives it sexy weight.
And now here are some other great cock pics that I think are stellar. Enjoy practicing with your own cock pics! I’m happy to review your work any time, so email me if you want some feedback!
Men are so beautiful and different from women I can stare at a pretty cock all day and night. Yay, cocks!!