Long, short, thick and thin … penises hang between men’s legs in a dazzling variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Some are hairy, some are shaven. Some are adorably innocent, others are dark and brooding. Some have foreskins, others don’t. Simply put, penises are part of the male persona.
These pictures are a small sampling of guys that submitted their pictures to Drop Your Pants. They represent men from every country and nationality.
If you don’t know what your guy looks like, odds are he looks like one of the guys pictured above. Rest assured he’s proud of his penis and is most likely looking forward to sharing it with you. If you’ve wondered what the guy in the office looks like, or the man next door, or most any guy you see walking down the street, chances are his is also much like one of these. Mine certainly is, and if you are a guy, probably yours too.
The penis represents one of Mother Nature’s grandest designs. Compared to the dramatic beauty of a rose, a penis can’t be described as esthetically pretty, but to look at one is a powerful indeed. Powerful in the sense the visual impact can change your body chemistry and set off flights of fantasy that will make you forget about virtually everything else. If you are a nudist, you see penises as part of a human male’s physical personality, to be appreciated as we appreciate the color of his eyes, his smile, his hands or shoulders. Why our society has cast this part of the male body as vulgar or indecent, you’ll not find the answer here. All I can say is it’s a shame so many people refuse to appreciate the male form in it’s entirety.Pin It
If he’s proud of it a man will enjoy looking at himself in the mirror. He might even take some pictures of it. If he wants to demonstrate to the the world that a man’s body is nothing to be ashamed of, that a penis is nothing more than a natural part of his body, he might even send the pictures to a web site like Enlightened Male to be posted on the Internet.
Andy is a 50 year old, trim, attractive man. I know because he sent me complete pictures of himself. They won’t be shown here for reasons you probably understand. Like most of us, Andy far too modest for that.
Though Andy has an average (and I might say very appealing) size penis, he thinks it’s to small! Here he’s using a banana to give you some perspective. (He says it was a small banana.) Goes to show how today’s size matters culture has affected beautiful men. You might add your comment to let him know that he should get rid of that unnecessary baggage. He’s a good 5 1/2 inches fully erect.
Andy has a terrific foreskin. In a flaccid state, his foreskin hangs off the end a little, which many guys (and girls) find appealing. His foreskin even covers his glans when he’s fully erect, though it is inclined to be stretched pretty thin and his glans will be trying to push out.
Here’s a closeup of Andy’s foreskin. Note how the veins run all the way to the end. This is part of what makes the foreskin itself so sensitive, which is what those of us are missing if we were circumcised.
Here you can see how smooth and shiny Andy’s glans are since they’re protected by a Continue readingPin It
Involuntary circumcision is a controversial procedure that has all but died out everywhere in the world but the United States. Here many of us still want our baby boys to look like their fathers. Here many of our women still think male foreskins are gross, that they look odd and collect unpleasant odors. Here performing the procedure is still an extra few bucks for doctors and hospitals. All of that is slowly going by the wayside, as is the old misguided female perspective. Women in the U.S., like women all over the world, are beginning to appreciate the male body in it’s natural state. Due to our indoctrinations, there are still many men that believe penises look better circumcised. In fact they are glad they themselves are, and they intend to have the procedure performed on their newborn sons. I don’t mean to disparage these men, everyone is entitled to their own point-of-view. But consider this: if circumcision wasn’t a common practice, if all the guys in the locker room had foreskins, if women didn’t believe foreskins are gross, you would be glad you had one too. But if I’m wrong, it still would have been better if you had been given a choice. Rest assured that many of our sons are going to regret our decision to have them cut.
This article represents a woman’s point-of-view. Her name is Susan and she has contributed her thoughts to Enlightened Male. Susan is among the growing numbers of American women that have positive attitude toward foreskins. The videos are by ladies that echo Susan’s views.
By Susan … A Woman’s Positive View on the Male Foreskin
I want to begin my homage to foreskins with a disclaimer: I am only speaking of my own experience, others’ experiences, and studies that have been done on the subject of circumcision. Of course circumcised men experience lust, are desirable, and can be fantastic lovers. I am not trying to belittle anyone or make him feel less of a whole man. But it is wonderful that we are finally beginning to speak about sex in an adult manner, that people are studying sex in a serious way, and perhaps consequently we will stop mutilating our baby boys’ penises.
My husband and I have been partners for most of 43 years, and I have never tired of his beautiful body. I have serious health issues which have sometimes caused my sex drive to waver, but just looking at my husband’s muscular forearms and their silky hair can turn me on. I love the stubble on his cheeks, the sweep of his eyelashes, his strong arms and legs, his penis, the tip of which peaks out at me from its hood of purple-pink skin.
I am a woman who consistently experiences orgasm during heterosexual intercourse. I never thought much about this, I just accepted it as normal, figuring it might have something to do with my husband’s and my long-term relationship. Until I got a vibrator, the only way I experienced full-blown orgasms was while fucking. About a year ago I began reading about sex on the internet, discovered dodsonandross.com, and realized that my experience was not that common. I don’t agree with Betty Dodson that it’s extremely uncommon, but I think she has a point that often women do not get stimulation from intercourse and that a lot of women fake orgasms during intercourse.
It’s great for women to learn to pleasure themselves and to teach their partners what gives them pleasure, and frankness about sexuality will go a long way toward liberating women’s and men’s sexuality. What is surprising is that circumcision itself may interfere in the intimacy between a man and a woman. There are young women speaking frankly on YouTube about sex, and their experiences have led me to believe that foreskins not only enhance men’s sexual pleasure but also the pleasure of their female partners.
My husband’s intact penis has made intercourse not only pleasurable but ultimately extremely satisfying. And all along I thought it was just his wonderful technique!
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There will come a time when people will look back over past eras of human history and scratch their heads wondering why society condoned the surgical removal of the male foreskin. We are already headed in this direction. Circumcision is quite unusual in most countries around the world and becoming more so in the U.S. Regrettably, here and in some religious circles, traditions and customs die hard, no matter how misguided they may be.
Some still believe a penis looks better circumcised, a belief rooted in one’s personal environment and lifelong indoctrinations. A penis is beautiful only in the sense it is a natural part of a man’s body and designed by Mother Nature for desirable purpose. It is beautiful because of the role it plays in a man’s life and the role it plays in his intimate relationships. If your mind was suddenly wiped clear of all knowledge, you would think the penis is quite odd the first time you saw a nude man, an impractical, rather ungainly anomaly dangling below his belly. You would see it as an unsightly protrusion that distracts from the smooth flowing symmetry of his torso, arms and legs. It would not occur to you that this odd looking anomaly would look better if the bit of skin gathered over the end of it were cut off.
Hello Martin, I have been trying to stretch my foreskin and have been using marbles for awhile to gauge the progress, but I have been keeping it from my girlfriend cause I’m not sure how she would take it. Anyways I tossed out the marbles but have recently been using lighters (strange i know) but seems to be easy enough to use. I can get three to fit inside my foreskin with little discomfort and leave them there for 30 minutes up to an hour, then i take a break and watch my foreskin flower fall back into place, then i put them back in for another half hour or so. I have been doing this for the past two weeks and haven’t seen to notice any increase, I always feel the same discomfort when i initially put them in, but that tends to go away within a minute.
I was wondering should my foreskin gradually become more stretchy this way? Should I eventually be able to get another one in there, or another object of a greater size? I search for information on foreskin stretching but all i can seem to find are articles about restoration which clearly is not my problem.. I enjoy the look of a long loose foreskin.
Interesting endeavor. Foreskin stretching is very similar to foreskin restoration. It’s all about new cell growth brought about by manipulation, such as stretching. Skin expansion is a common procedure to grow extra skin through controlled mechanical overstretch, which creates skin that matches the color, texture of the surrounding skin. What you are doing, either with the lighters or any other object that stretches the skin just slightly beyond its normal limit, will eventually achieve the results you want.
It’s not a pain free exercise. You actually have to stretch the skin enough to slightly tear apart cell tissue in the area, at which time new cells form that makes up the new skin. Some believe this can be accomplished with the entire penis, though that remains controversial and could be dangerous. If the lighters appear to be working, the idea is not to try to add a fourth lighter too quickly, as this is likely to be beyond the limits of how much your foreskin will stretch, but rather add something with a smaller diameter, say something between the size of a toothpick and a pencil. It may help to also leave these objects in for longer periods of time.
The following picture shows the seemingly unlimited extremes of skin stretching.
If an individual’s skin elasticity and vascularity allow, most piercings can be stretched far beyond their initial size. Anywhere from 0.3 in 0.5 in is normally given as the “point of no return” for earlobe piercings, as over this size there is a significant risk that the hole will never shrink back to the size of the original piercing. Many variables affect whether or not a stretched piercing will return to its original size, such as the length of time taken to stretch and the amount of time the piercing is fully healed at a particular size. One would think this also applies to the foreskin.Pin It
Authors: Ryan McAllister, Research Assistant Professor of Physics and Oncology at Georgetown University & John W. Travis, Adjunct Professor of Well-being at RMIT University
The foreskin is the most sensitive part of the penis.
For centuries, children have been subjected to cultural and medicalised practices that were ultimately proven harmful and a violation of basic bodily integrity. Such practices have included foot binding, forehead flattening, scarification and genital cutting.
Today, there is increasing awareness that infant male circumcision – once deemed a “parental choice” – is really an unnecessary, irreversible and harmful bodily modification.
With the recently discovered functions of the foreskin and a growth in awareness, we’re fortunately beginning to see the rights and experience of the child become the paramount consideration in discussions about circumcision.
The human foreskin is a contiguous part of the skin system of the clitoris or penis.
In infant males, the foreskin is attached to the head of the penis (glans). The outer foreskin protects the more sensitive inner foreskin and the glans from abrasion and injury.
When circumcised males lose sensitivity and skin mobility, it’s likely to significantly alter their sexual experience.
One recent Danish cross-sectional study concluded that male circumcision was associated with sexual difficulties for men and their female partners.
Surgery without consent is ethical only in cases for:
1) incapacitated patients, in order to save their life
2) minors, with proxy consent from a parent or guardian, but only for surgery that addresses an underlying condition.
Excision of an infant’s foreskin for dubious medical or cultural purposes is an anomaly. Because it removes healthy, typically-developed tissue, the procedure fails to meet either of the above conditions.
Circumcision of minors also stands in contradiction to other medical ethics principles, including:
Avoiding causing needless harm
Promoting the patient’s medical well-being
Providing information on a procedure that a reasonable person would deem significant.
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Dozens of case studies describe severe complications, including penile amputations and death; several infant deaths have been reported in the past few years. Continue readingPin It
Looking at this image, you may wonder how anyone came up with the idea of cutting off a man’s foreskin. I know I do. I think even the advocates of circumcision would reject the notion if this questionable procedure had not somehow gotten imbedded into our religious or national psyches. Given a choice, many of us would have chosen otherwise.