April122011
ERECTION - BASIC STAGES - This is just to remind everyone about the stages of an erection.

ERECTION - BASIC STAGES - This is just to remind everyone about the stages of an erection.

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CONDOM - BASIC INSTRUCTIONS -
This is just to remind everyone the correct form of puting a condom in place.

CONDOM - BASIC INSTRUCTIONS -

This is just to remind everyone the correct form of puting a condom in place.

condom 

10AM
Is It Possible to Tell When a Man Is Ready to Ejaculate?
This is not something that is easy to understand as there are no direct  answers. Different individuals have different ejaculation trends.
Researchers have actually broken ejaculation down in three different events:  emission, ejaculation, and  orgasm.  In the first stage, what they call emission, there are some  muscular contractions and the semen is pushed to the base of the urethra  (the tube that both urine and ejaculate come out of at the tip of the  penis).  In the second stage, ejaculation, the semen is propelled out of  the penis.  The third stage, orgasm, is far less understood, and refers  to a subjective experience that may or may not accompany the  ejaculation.
The easiest way would be to ask the man to tell you when he is about to ejaculate (cum).Anyway, here are some obvious signs that can help identify an “imminent ejaculation”. 
1. Sudden change in  breathing rate. There is heavy breathing and he appears to be panting,  as if he has just completed some strenuous exercises.
2. There is  sudden tension in his body. He grabs or holds you tightly, with intense  jerking movements on his body, especially around his legs and waist  areas.
3. His testicles appear to have ‘shrunk’ in size. This is due to ‘forward thrust’ experienced by the guy during ejaculation. Both testes and scrotum move up closer to the body.
4.- Pre-cum (a transparent liquid) may come out of the penis before actual ejaculation.
5. He closes his eyes and appears very focused on his main task. He might even ignore the environment for that split second.
Some guys are also unable to tell you when are they going to ejaculate, especially the younger ones who still haven’t ‘fully dominated’ the act and art of ejaculation.
For  the guy himself, during ejaculation, he experiences a cloud-nine pleasure that is difficult  to describe. The sudden tension is followed by relief and happiness,  and he might also feel ‘tired’ for a moment after ejaculation. This is  only temporary. With that, the penis returns to its flaccid position and  the guy proceeds to do the ‘cleaning-up’ if the ejaculation came from masturbation. If it happens during actual hetero sexual intercourse, semen would be delivered well inside the girl’s vagina (or anus, or mouth).
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Is It Possible to Tell When a Man Is Ready to Ejaculate?

This is not something that is easy to understand as there are no direct answers. Different individuals have different ejaculation trends.

Researchers have actually broken ejaculation down in three different events: emission, ejaculation, and orgasm. In the first stage, what they call emission, there are some muscular contractions and the semen is pushed to the base of the urethra (the tube that both urine and ejaculate come out of at the tip of the penis). In the second stage, ejaculation, the semen is propelled out of the penis. The third stage, orgasm, is far less understood, and refers to a subjective experience that may or may not accompany the ejaculation.

The easiest way would be to ask the man to tell you when he is about to ejaculate (cum).
Anyway, here are some obvious signs that can help identify an “imminent ejaculation”. 

1. Sudden change in breathing rate. There is heavy breathing and he appears to be panting, as if he has just completed some strenuous exercises.

2. There is sudden tension in his body. He grabs or holds you tightly, with intense jerking movements on his body, especially around his legs and waist areas.

3. His testicles appear to have ‘shrunk’ in size. This is due to ‘forward thrust’ experienced by the guy during ejaculation. Both testes and scrotum move up closer to the body.

4.- Pre-cum (a transparent liquid) may come out of the penis before actual ejaculation.

5. He closes his eyes and appears very focused on his main task. He might even ignore the environment for that split second.

Some guys are also unable to tell you when are they going to ejaculate, especially the younger ones who still haven’t ‘fully dominated’ the act and art of ejaculation.

For the guy himself, during ejaculation, he experiences a cloud-nine pleasure that is difficult to describe. The sudden tension is followed by relief and happiness, and he might also feel ‘tired’ for a moment after ejaculation. This is only temporary. With that, the penis returns to its flaccid position and the guy proceeds to do the ‘cleaning-up’ if the ejaculation came from masturbation. If it happens during actual hetero sexual intercourse, semen would be delivered well inside the girl’s vagina (or anus, or mouth).



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April92011
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April82011
ORAL SEX - Fellatio is oral sex performed upon the penis.  It may be performed to induce male orgasm and ejaculation of semen, or it may be used as foreplay prior to sexual intercourse. Fellatio is also known as fellation, a blow job (BJ), giving head or sucking off.
Autofellatio is the act of oral stimulation of one’s own penis as a form of masturbation. It is physically possible for men who have sufficient flexibility or penis size or a combination of the two to perform autofellatio.
Deep-throating is a form of oral sex in which a man’s entire erect penis is inserted deep into the mouth of his partner and into the receiving partner’s throat. For deep-throating, the penis has to be long enough so that it can reach the back of the partner’s throat. It is often part of fellatio.
As a natural result of oral sex, it is normal for the man  to ejaculate semen into the partner’s mouth. This gives him (and her) a lot of pleasure. Provided he is healthy, it is perfectly safe to ingest a man’s semen.  Some girls prefer to receive the semen in her mouth but not ingest it by spitting it out.

ORAL SEX - Fellatio is oral sex performed upon the penis.  It may be performed to induce male orgasm and ejaculation of semen, or it may be used as foreplay prior to sexual intercourse. Fellatio is also known as fellation, a blow job (BJ), giving head or sucking off.

Autofellatio is the act of oral stimulation of one’s own penis as a form of masturbation. It is physically possible for men who have sufficient flexibility or penis size or a combination of the two to perform autofellatio.

Deep-throating is a form of oral sex in which a man’s entire erect penis is inserted deep into the mouth of his partner and into the receiving partner’s throat. For deep-throating, the penis has to be long enough so that it can reach the back of the partner’s throat. It is often part of fellatio.

As a natural result of oral sex, it is normal for the man  to ejaculate semen into the partner’s mouth. This gives him (and her) a lot of pleasure. Provided he is healthy, it is perfectly safe to ingest a man’s semen.  Some girls prefer to receive the semen in her mouth but not ingest it by spitting it out.

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SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, also known as copulation or coitus, commonly refers to the act in which the penis enters the vagina. The definition may additionally include penetrative sexual acts, such oral intercourse, anal intercourse, and fingering. The primary funcion of sexual intercourse is reproduction but it typically plays a powerful role in human bonding, often being used solely for pleasure and leading to stronger emotional bonds.

Coitus is the basic reproductive method of humans, and may be preceded by foreplay, which leads to sexual arousal of the partners, resulting in the erection of the penis and natural lubrication of the vagina. To engage in coitus, the erect penis is inserted into the vagina and one or both of the partners move their hips to move the penis backward and forward inside the vagina to cause friction, typically without fully removing the penis. In this way, they stimulate themselves and each other, often continuing until orgasm in either or both partners is achieved. During ejaculation, which usually accompanies male orgasm, a series of muscular contractions delivers semen containing male gametes known as sperm cells or spermatozoa from the penis into the vagina. Intercourse often ends when the man has ejaculated. The penis then looses its erection and returns to a flacid state. 

This video produced by Britain’s Channel 4 shows the act of intercourse and includes amazing footage showing the penis inside the vagina, including the moment of ejaculation itself.

Please be advised that the video shows actual sexual intercourse and ejaculation, including the sound of a female reaching orgasm, so watch it at your discretion.

12AM
In male human anatomy, the foreskin is a generally retractable double-layered fold of skin and mucous membrane that covers the glans penis (the head of the penis) and protects the urinary meatus (the opening at the tip of the penis, from where urine and sperm leaves the body) when the penis is not erect. It is also described as the prepuce. In children, the foreskin usually covers the glans completely and does not retract, leaving just a small opening for the meatus so the child can urinate, but in adults, this is not always so.
As childhood progresses the foreskin and the glans gradually separate, a process that may not be complete until puberty! About 50% of young men had full coverage of the glans, 42%  had partial coverage, and, in the remaining 8%, the glans was uncovered.
Medical studies indicate  average age of first foreskin retraction is 10.4 years. To force retraction of the foreskin should be avoided and the boy himself should be the first one to retract his own foreskin. Usually this will be done when the boy starts to discover sexual feelings and pleasure at puberty’s onset.  Attempts to forcibly retract the foreskin can be painful and may injure it.
There is debate about the role of the foreskin, with possible functions  including keeping the glans moist, protecting the developing penis in  utero, or enhancing sexual pleasure due to the presence of nerve  receptors.  Some people state that foreskin removal through surgery (circumcision) is healthier. Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin or loose sleeve of skin covering the end of the penis so as to permanently expose the glans (or knob). Ideally it should result in full exposure of the whole glans and what is named the ‘coronal groove’ behind it.
The picture shows the adult glans (head of the penis) with and without the foreskin (uncircumcised and circumcised). It also shows for comparison, that of an uncircumcised infant; in this case, the glans is still not retractable.

In male human anatomy, the foreskin is a generally retractable double-layered fold of skin and mucous membrane that covers the glans penis (the head of the penis) and protects the urinary meatus (the opening at the tip of the penis, from where urine and sperm leaves the body) when the penis is not erect. It is also described as the prepuce. In children, the foreskin usually covers the glans completely and does not retract, leaving just a small opening for the meatus so the child can urinate, but in adults, this is not always so.

As childhood progresses the foreskin and the glans gradually separate, a process that may not be complete until puberty! About 50% of young men had full coverage of the glans, 42% had partial coverage, and, in the remaining 8%, the glans was uncovered.

Medical studies indicate average age of first foreskin retraction is 10.4 years. To force retraction of the foreskin should be avoided and the boy himself should be the first one to retract his own foreskin. Usually this will be done when the boy starts to discover sexual feelings and pleasure at puberty’s onset. Attempts to forcibly retract the foreskin can be painful and may injure it.

There is debate about the role of the foreskin, with possible functions including keeping the glans moist, protecting the developing penis in utero, or enhancing sexual pleasure due to the presence of nerve receptors.  Some people state that foreskin removal through surgery (circumcision) is healthier. Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin or loose sleeve of skin covering the end of the penis so as to permanently expose the glans (or knob). Ideally it should result in full exposure of the whole glans and what is named the ‘coronal groove’ behind it.

The picture shows the adult glans (head of the penis) with and without the foreskin (uncircumcised and circumcised). It also shows for comparison, that of an uncircumcised infant; in this case, the glans is still not retractable.

April72011
ERECTION - WHAT, WHY AND HOW IT HAPPENS -
1.- What Is an Erection?
An erection is a hardening of the penis that occurs when sponge-like  tissue inside the penis fills up with blood. Usually, an erection causes  the penis to enlarge and stand away from the body.   The penis is comprised of two  cylinders of sponge-like tissues that fill with blood, which creates an  erection. Blood is pumped into the penis under great pressure and a  series of valves keep it in the penis to maintain the erection. An  erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in  the blood flow. A third cylinder called the urethra is a tube that  carries the urine and semen.
2.- When does it happen?
An  erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in  the blood flow. A third cylinder called the urethra is a tube that  carries the urine and semen. This can all be triggered by direct stimulation of the penis (with hands for example) but athough many erections are caused by sexual arousal, such as watching a  sexy television show or fantasizing, many erections seem to happen for  no particular reason. Erections can happen to a teenage  boy anywhere and frequently. It is completely normal. As men get older  these spontaneous erections become less frequent.
3.- How does it happen?
The penis is comprised of two  cylinders of sponge-like tissues that fill with blood, which creates an  erection. Blood is pumped into the penis under great pressure and a  series of valves keep it in the penis to maintain the erection.
4.- How long does it take for the penis to become erect?
It depends!  It can take a few minutes or just seconds for the penis to become fully erect. It depends on various factors such as the form of stimulation,  the level of excitement..  even during sexual activity like masturbation or intercourse, the penis may not become fully erect all the time;  it is usually when the boy or man is close to orgasm and ejaculation that the penis acquires its full erect capacity however this not always happens or needs to happen. That means, the penis does not need to be fully erect in order to ejaculate. After a male has ejaculated during a sexual intercourse or masturbation, the erection usually ends, but this may take time depending on the length and thickness of the penis.  It may take a few minutes, hours or even days for the male to be able to have a new erection,  depending on psychologic factors, age and health.

ERECTION - WHAT, WHY AND HOW IT HAPPENS -

1.- What Is an Erection?

An erection is a hardening of the penis that occurs when sponge-like tissue inside the penis fills up with blood. Usually, an erection causes the penis to enlarge and stand away from the body.   The penis is comprised of two cylinders of sponge-like tissues that fill with blood, which creates an erection. Blood is pumped into the penis under great pressure and a series of valves keep it in the penis to maintain the erection. An erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in the blood flow. A third cylinder called the urethra is a tube that carries the urine and semen.

2.- When does it happen?

An erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in the blood flow. A third cylinder called the urethra is a tube that carries the urine and semen. This can all be triggered by direct stimulation of the penis (with hands for example) but athough many erections are caused by sexual arousal, such as watching a sexy television show or fantasizing, many erections seem to happen for no particular reason. Erections can happen to a teenage boy anywhere and frequently. It is completely normal. As men get older these spontaneous erections become less frequent.

3.- How does it happen?

The penis is comprised of two cylinders of sponge-like tissues that fill with blood, which creates an erection. Blood is pumped into the penis under great pressure and a series of valves keep it in the penis to maintain the erection.

4.- How long does it take for the penis to become erect?

It depends!  It can take a few minutes or just seconds for the penis to become fully erect. It depends on various factors such as the form of stimulation,  the level of excitement..  even during sexual activity like masturbation or intercourse, the penis may not become fully erect all the time;  it is usually when the boy or man is close to orgasm and ejaculation that the penis acquires its full erect capacity however this not always happens or needs to happen. That means, the penis does not need to be fully erect in order to ejaculate. After a male has ejaculated during a sexual intercourse or masturbation, the erection usually ends, but this may take time depending on the length and thickness of the penis.  It may take a few minutes, hours or even days for the male to be able to have a new erection,  depending on psychologic factors, age and health.