It seems that every male sex blogger posts pictures of his penis at one time or another. I’m no exception. Over the last seven years, my readers have been treated to hundreds of views of my genitals. It’s posed locked in various chastity devices. You’ve seen it hard and soft, in bondage, and as a small part of a larger shot. My balls peek out during rear views. Speaking of which, my rear end is even more exposed than the front.
In many cases, there is a legitimate reason for these intimate views. I believe that pictures of empty male chastity devices are of little help when a guy wants to decide if a particular model is right for him. The clothing industry learned that centuries ago. Put a garment on a model and customers can easily visualize themselves wearing it. Show it flat on a table and it’s much more difficult to sell. I think the same is true of sexual accessories. The bigger toy dealers now show all their wares on live models. Nice!
I get a little thrill of humiliation and vulnerability when I show you my private areas. I like to imagine that you enjoy the revelation. When I see other male bloggers’ dick pics attached to their posts, I don’t react one way or another. I can appreciate the quality of the composition and lighting, but beyond that, I’m neutral. Now, if the picture includes a female interacting with said penis, then depending on what is happening, I can become most involved, even aroused. I do appreciate chastity devices and other toys shown in use. It’s much clearer to me how they work when I see them in action.
The feedback I never seem to get is how my dick pics affect female readers. I think Mrs. Lion likes them. She hasn’t expressed a strong opinion either way. I can’t recall a female reader offering feedback. I suppose that means the images aren’t particularly offensive. I’m pretty sure I would hear about any that are. I like to think my female readers enjoy the view.
I know that the general thinking is that we males react to visuals much more than females. Is that really true? I do think that most women need some sort of connection with the male whose penis she is viewing in order to make it enjoyable. I also realize that human sexual organs are similar enough to one another to make random display uninteresting.
If you are a fan of statistics, my estimate is that our blog has been viewed by over five million visitors over the last seven years. Conservatively, half of our posts and pages carry an image of my penis or ass. So, at least 2.5 million people have seen my genitals and/or butt. That’s an astounding number. You could fill Seattle’s Century Link football field 39 times with the number of people who have seen my cock. That’s more people than the population of Houston, Texas. I’m not sure how I feel about this. I didn’t consider that all of Houston would see when adding images to my posts. For that matter, I never thought about how far my words would reach. It’s humbling and more than a little embarrassing.