Do you like to see men
displaying powerfully erected phallus?
When a man is very close
to cum, his cock becomes very big and rigid. The tip of a
hard dick is glistening
with precum, before a massive explosion of his cumload. That is the sort
of man everybody likes to see -- one who is at the peak of his manpower.
Such an image is
ripe with power that affects the viewer.
Indeed, all across
the world the form of the phallus has been honored and even worshipped
as a holy thing,
from the maypole in Great Britain, to the lingam statues of India, to the
amulets of Thailand.
Entire nations are even given symbolic erections -- take, for example,
perhaps better called "the hardon of the USA."
It is no wonder that
people drop to their knees to behold a throbbing erection. It is no wonder
that a "glory hole"
is so-named. The
glory is the phallus, stretching outwards and upwards to express life itself.
But what about the
soft penis? Some may have an enormous penis but it may be difficult to
get a hard cock for him.
A man's erotic potential
is a hardon, not a soft cock.
It is very much like
the change of seasons. When autumn comes, one might look upon the fallen
leaves as a symbol
of death and decay.
A soft penis is renewing
itself in order to spring back to life for the next sexual encounter. It
of a man's power to regenerate. That's why men shouldn't get frustrated
not maintaining an
erection throughout sex play.
As virtually all men
have discovered firsthand, it is possible to become hard when one is not
horny, just as it is possible to become soft while one is horny.
A soft cock can also
be fun to play with, and some men have experienced orgasms without ever
getting an erection,
since the erotic nerve sensors in the penis are active no matter how rigid
flaccid the shaft