1. Beyond  the Birds and Bees

  2. Male sexual organs

  3. Female  Sexual organs

  4. Sexual  Intercourse

  5. Aphrodisiacs

  6. Impotence

  7. Frigidity

  8. Male Homosexuality

  9. Masturbation

  10. Sexual  Perversion

  11. Prostitution

  12. Birth Control

  13. Abortion

  14. Venereal  Disease

  15. Menopause

  16. September Sex






 

MALE SEXUAL ORGANS

That is the question of the century.  Every male, virtually from the moment he is aware of this marvelous organ, is plagued by this question.  Rarely does one encounter a gentleman who is satisfied with the size of his phallus abortion sex.

Even those endowed with obviously outside organs yearn for more –“It could be just a little bit longer….”

This preoccupation with size leads to some unusual behavior.  Whenever two nude men encounter each other for the first time, in a public shower, a country club locket room, a YMCA swimming pool, their eyes go first to each other’s penises.

Rapidly, sometimes almost imperceptibly, they measure the organ, compare it with their own, and then continue with the matter at hand. 

Even in public washrooms, standing   at the urinal, eyes dart   swiftly to organs, the mental micrometer steps off the distance and makes the comparative calculation. 

In more than one private club the management has thoughtfully installed large magnifying mirrors over the urinals so that each gentleman who avails himself of their facilities can feast his eyes on the reflection of a phallus which would do credit to a bull elephant.

Unfortunately these penile Olympics are a now proposition. Those who spy larger organs than their own are chagrined: their fears are confirmed. A man whose penis is the longest in the locker room that day receives scant consolation frigidity.

With each new contest he will be up against new and unmeasured competition.

Perhaps one of the reasons behind this forlorn quest is the enormous disparity between the penises of father and child.

At the age of three or four the parent's phallus seems immense by comparison. Not until many years later at puberty does the son's organ begin to catch up. By then the damage is done.

Most men are never really sure that their penis has finally caught up to daddies.

Some students of this problem have even gone so far as to suggest that the real reason behind much male modesty is simply a desire to conceal the penis that every man is afraid is much too small.

According to the story, someone once asked Abraham Lincon how long a man's legs should be.

After a moment of contemplation, Mr. Lincoln replied, "I would say, just about sex long enough to reach from his body to the ground."

From a realistic point of view, the normal size for a penis is long enough to reach from a man's body into the vagina.

As long as the sperm can be delivered without spilling, reproduction is facilitated. Since penile I size is a hereditary characteristic, transmitted genetically, any man I whose penis is too short to reach the vagina will have difficulty reproducing; truly a short-penised race would have died out half  a million years ago.

There is no relation whatsoever between the size of the penis- length, diameter, or any other measurement-and the ability to produce female sexual organs in the female.

Almost every aspect of orgiastic sensation in women is concentrated in the accessible genital structures, that is, the clitoris, labia, and related areas.

This includes the lower one-third of the vagina, in easy reach of nearly every post-adolescent penis. In sexual intercourse, as in every artistic endeavor, it is quality not quantity that counts

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