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In Pursuit of a Handsome Member: Manhood Packing

May 26, 2017

Most men will readily admit that when it comes to the package, they want to put forth the most impressive view possible, especially for potential partners. The art of manhood packing helps many men do just that. Manhood packing has been around for a very long time, and it’s just as simple as it sounds: A man uses some sort of material to ‘stuff’ his underwear so that his male organ looks bigger or longer. It can be a major confidence boost to any guy, but it must be done correctly - and that includes taking the proper steps for careful member care when it’s time to enhance what nature gave him.

Why manhood packing?

Men who want a more handsome member will do almost anything to get it. Manhood packing is one of the easiest ways to make a male organ appear much larger than it really is. This not only gets the attention of potential partners, but it can also serve to intimidate other men who might be interested in those partners. It all harkens back to instinct, and the male desire to compete against other males to obtain the most attention - and thus create the most offspring.

There are some things to keep in mind, however. First, a man must remember that manhood packing isn’t the most comfortable thing he could do, especially during the heat of the summer. Adding more material to an area that is already rather closed off can lead to sweating and irritation, and even uncomfortable shifting of the chosen material. Second, a man must take into account what happens if he does land an interested partner - what will that partner think when the pants come off and they realize the "truth" of the matter?

How to conduct proper manhood packing

If a man chooses to proceed, there are some ways he can ensure that good male organ health remains a constant even with all that packing around the member.

1. Men who want to try out manhood packing but don’t want to go too far just yet can be well-served with the use of a single cotton sock. The sock slips right over the male organ, has plenty of cushioning for comfort and is quite easy to remove if a man so chooses. If he wants a more defined shape, a man could position the sock with a double or even triple thickness and ‘mold’ it into the look he wants to present.

2. Those who are serious about manhood packing and intend to make it a regular event might want to invest in a male organ sheath. The sheath is designed to look like a rather large manhood and can be worn right over the man’s own equipment. Under clothing, a male organ sheath presents a very impressive look and doesn’t shift as much as a sock might.

3. Those who want to experiment with manhood packing material can reach for cotton balls, gauze pads, tissues, and even sanitary napkins. In fact, sanitary napkins might create a very defined bulge that doesn’t run the risk of slipping, thanks to the adhesive strips on the back of each pad. A man will need to position these carefully and of course, avoid using the adhesive part on the male organ itself.

4. Men who are tempted to use a male organ ring to produce a more ‘natural’ bulge might want to be careful with that choice - a male ring is designed to be worn for only short periods of time. Wearing it for too long can lead to pain, as well as potential peripheral nerve damage that every man wants to avoid.

When a man chooses manhood packing as a way to get a more handsome member, he shouldn’t forget what his male organ needs when that packing comes off. A top-notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) applied daily can help ensure his organ stays in good shape. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamin A, known for its odor-fighting properties, as well as vitamin E, which is great for keeping skin smooth and supple.

When a Red Male Organ Becomes a “Thing”

May 26, 2017

When a guy is really into good male organ care, he wants to know when a situation is normal and healthy and when it’s become a "thing" instead. A social disease? That’s definitely a thing. A member that won’t perform? Yeah, guys don’t want that thing. But what about a red male organ? Is that a thing or not? The answer is, "It depends."

When it’s not

For most fair-skinned males, it’s normal to get a red male organ on occasion - such as when said member is tumescent. After all, the tumescence process is dependent on the entrapment of blood in the manhood. When the spongy tissues in the member fill up with blood, the organ becomes bloated and engorged and achieves its tumescent state. The presence of all that blood underneath thin male organ skin gives a red hue to the member. (In men with darker skin tones, the appearance may not be red, but there is generally a differentiation in hue of some sort.)

There are other times when the manhood is not tumescent when a red male organ is also not a thing. For example, if a guy has a great workout at the gym and then indulges in a nice, relaxing steam bath, it’s likely that the heat from the sauna will redden his member temporarily.

When it is a thing

But there are occasions when a red male organ does become a thing, and when it therefore may need some attention from a guy. The following are several examples of redness that signals some health-related issue:

1. Rough handling. Having raucous, unlubricated sensual activity with a comely maiden (or one’s own right hand) can result in some sensational sensual activity - and a raw, sore member that is a bright red. When redness results from too much friction, a guy needs to take steps to let the manhood recover. Laying off of the sensual activity (whether with a partner or oneself) for a little while helps, as does moisturizing the tormented manhood skin.

2. Male organ rash. Sometimes a skin condition results in splotchy red patches appearing on or around the member. The skin may simply be red, or it may have a "texture" issue as well, being flaky or peeling. Determining the cause of the rash is important. For example, it is often the case that the rash is the sensitive male organ skin’s reaction to a chemical or fragrance in soap or detergent, and switching to something milder can help address the rashiness. If it is due to an allergy, a doctor may need to be consulted to determine the cause.

3. Social disease. Men who engage in unprotected sensual activity are much more likely to acquire a social disease, and often one of the warning signs that a social disease is present is a red, rashy look to the manhood. Often the redness will be localized in one spot, such as the tip. There may be other symptoms, such as pain or soreness; but even if there are not, if a man suspects the red male organ is due to a social disease, he should definitely see a physician.

4. Jock itch. And, of course, the infamous jock itch is characterized by red round patches on the member and surrounding areas. This is caused by a fungus, so some form of anti-fungal treatment is recommended.

Whether the red male organ is the result of a thing or not, guys should work to keep their members in good health. Regular use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is one way to make this happen. When redness demands moisture, a crème that includes both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is best. It also helps if the crème contains alpha lipoic acid. A potent antioxidant, alpha lipoic acid combats free radicals which, left unchecked, can promote oxidative stress and make male organ skin appear wrinkled and aged beyond its years.

Dry Male Organ Skin Can Wreck a Day at the Beach

May 25, 2017

Ah, summer! That glorious sunshine inspires guys to head for the beach. Whether a man lives near the ocean and goes regularly or travels a distance for a vacation stay, beach time is a lot of fun. However, guys need to know that all that sun, sand and surf can potentially impact male organ health, especially where dry male organ skin is concerned.

Salt water

As numerous skincare journals have noted, there can be tremendous benefits to salt water. For example, sea water kills bacteria and can balance pH levels. It also can help treat wounds. And some sources believe ocean water helps fight eczema.

However, it’s important to realize that many benefits of sea water come from the presence of magnesium, not from the salt - and that too much salt can counteract some of the beneficial aspects of ocean water. When salt gets on the skin, it dries it out - and fast. Even more problematic, the salt from a dip in the ocean doesn’t wash out easily. Toweling off doesn’t do much for it, nor does simply standing under a shower - even if that shower lasts quite some time. Regular bar soap does help remove salt, but not all of it. Foaming cleansers tend to do a better job.

Dry male organ skin

The salt water factor becomes more problematic where the member is concerned. Unless a guy is swimming at a clothing-optional beach, the salt is not only going to cling to the manhood but also to the swim trunks and the form-fitting mesh jock inside. In other words, the member is essentially getting "packed" in salt until the suit is removed for the shower.

As mentioned above, simply showering or even using regular soap won’t remove all the salt. Foaming cleansers are recommended, but many of these contain ingredients that may be a little too harsh for sensitive male organ skin.

For other parts of the body, exfoliation is recommended to help remove excess salt. But exfoliating the manhood is definitely not an option!

Sand

And then there’s the sand problem. Whether a guy opts to just stay on dry land and work on the tan or to immerse himself over and over again in the ocean, sand inevitably creeps into the swimsuit. Unlike salt, sand has a granularity sufficient to cause irritation. So while the salt water is creating dry male organ skin, the sand is irritating the skin to create rashiness. Sand does wash off more easily than salt, but it can do damage to the skin before a guy hits the showers.

Tanning

Men who prefer to dispense with a tanline also risk some dry male organ skin issues. Sunbathing bare requires care and attention. The last thing a guy wants to do is lie stretched out on his back in all his glory and fall asleep for an hour or two. Even with sunscreen applied, he is likely to suffer a nasty manhood burn - and all that sun will also help lead to a dry male organ skin condition.

Take care

Men can take some steps to help prevent and treat dry male organ skin from a day at the beach. For example, if spending a long time at the beach, take a couple of showers - and change into fresh swim trunks after each one. This helps to decrease the salt on the skin over the long term.

Dry male organ skin from a beach day can also be minimized if proper male organ skin care is already part of a man’s daily routine. Using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be of enormous help in this area. Select a crème that contains a combination of both a high-end emollient (something like Shea butter is ideal) and a natural hydrator (vitamin E works quite well.). The combination of these agents helps create a moisture lock that keeps skin moist longer. The crème should also include a good antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. This can combat the free radicals that otherwise cause oxidative stress, thereby early on aging and damaging the male organ skin.

Healthy Manhood Care: Proper Rubber Protection Use

May 24, 2017

Maintaining a healthy male organ is an admirable goal most men aspire to. And one of the most effective ways to positively impact member health is to use a rubber protection whenever there is the slightest possibility of a social disease. While no barrier protection can guarantee 100% protection from a social disease, the use of one greatly reduces the risk of infection - and, of course, of pregnancy.

But while the benefits of rubber protection use are well known, it seems that some couples do not always use these indispensable items properly. With that in mind, the following tips are offered to help ensure a man is better protected and can better maintain a good, healthy male organ.

1. Put it on (and keep it on). This may seem like a no-brainer, but statistics indicate a surprising number of men neglect to put the rubber protection on their manhood until after they have already started penetration. And yes, some men often remove the protection before they have completed the task at hand. While using a barrier protection for part of the time spent in coupling is better than not using it, it still leaves a man more vulnerable to possible infection.

2. Leave a little room. Between a quarter and a half of men have reported that they pull the rubber protection all the way onto their member without leaving some space at the tip. This is a definite no-no; the space at the tip is to collect the male seed when it bursts forth. If there is no room, then the male seed is more likely to drip down the shaft and spill out of the rubber protection. At the same time, an air bubble at the tip is also no good - so squeeze out the air before applying.

3. Check for freshness. Just like milk and bread, rubber protections have an expiration date - and using one that expired increases the risk of a problem. Expired barrier protections are much more prone to breakage. Fortunately, the shelf life of a rubber protection tends to be several years - but it pays to check it before using one.

4. Store it gently. Countless men keep a rubber protection in their wallets, ready to go in case he unexpectedly gets lucky. Good idea for preparedness; bad idea for keeping the rubber protection in proper working order. The pressure put on the rubber protection in the wallet over a long period of time can weaken it. Similarly, keeping it in a place with sharp objects (such as in the pocket with a set of keys) can lead to puncturing. And exposing it to extremes of heat or cold can also age it quickly. Try to find a sensible place (e.g., a table by the bed) to store the rubber protection until it is ready for use.

5. Use it on toys, too. Couples who involve sensual toys, such as a male organ-shaped toy, in their play should use a rubber protection on any penetrative object that is shared between two or more people. Social diseases can reside on a male organ-shaped toy or other object as easily as they can on a member.

6. Lube it. Lubrication is a good idea, especially if the sensual activity tends to last a fairly long time. Without lubrication, there is greater stress and friction on the rubber protection, increasing the possibility that it will break. (And remember, most oil-based lubes are not appropriate for latex rubber protections; they cause them to disintegrate more easily.)

Proper rubber protection use is just part of any healthy male organ plan, of course. A man needs to also regularly apply a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A crème with a range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D and E, will help maintain overall member health. And one with amino acids like L-arginine and L-carnitine help accelerate manhood blood flow and protect member sensitivity, respectively.

Fighting Male Organ Odor Starts at Home

May 24, 2017

It’s a sad fact, but most guys with a male organ odor problem aren’t aware of it. Since a dude’s olfactory sensors don’t really come in contact with their own manhood (except in cases where a guy is extremely flexible), a stench has to be especially strong for a man to notice it. And since even some guys who practice really great male organ care still get male organ odor, it’s best for most guys to assume this could be an issue for them and act accordingly. That includes basic male organ hygiene, but it also includes looking at environmental factors in his home.

Male organ hygiene

The male organ hygiene part is fairly straightforward. The number one way to diminish an odor issue is to make sure a guy washes the manhood regularly and thoroughly. (For intact men, this includes washing underneath the hood as well.) Using a reliable male organ health crème is also highly recommended.

But once the member has been washed, what else does a guy need to do? It helps to take a look around his home, especially if he is a bachelor living on his own (or with other bachelors).

Laundry

Start with surveying the wardrobe situation. Many guys tend to wear the same pants several days running; some guys even wear the same underwear multiple times before washing. It’s only common sense that this is not conducive to having a member that smells springtime fresh. Underwear should be worn for one day before washing - period. (And hopefully it goes without saying that a dude shouldn’t borrow underwear from his roommates.) There’s a little more leeway with pants, but two or three times without washing is really the maximum.

Bedding

Lots of guys like to sleep bare in their home - and this can actually be a big plus where fighting male organ odor is concerned. Airing the manhood out for a few hours every day can be a tremendous way to decrease odor, so sleeping in the buff is encouraged.

That said, the benefits of sleeping bare will be impacted if bedding isn’t kept fresh. Dirt, sweat and bacteria from the body accumulate in sheets, comforters and blankets. These create an odor situation that the bare member soaks up during its eight hours in bed each night. Sheets and blankets should be changed at least weekly, and comforters should be washed or laundered at least monthly. And during the summer, when guys tend to sweat even more, a greater frequency is desired.

Towels

The member is nice and clean and odor-free when it leaves a good shower - but what happens if it’s dried with a towel that’s been used every day for the last two weeks? Changing towels regularly - at least weekly - is essential. And again, don’t use a towel which a buddy has used (unless it has been washed). Sharing towels not only spreads odors but can potentially spread things like jock itch or athlete’s foot fungus.

Fighting male organ odor requires some degree of dedication, but working at home to keep male organ odor at bay has definite benefits. As mentioned earlier, daily application of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) should be part of the male organ odor battle plan. It’s best to find a crème that includes vitamin A for this purpose. Also known as retinol, vitamin A is a natural antibacterial agent that seeks out odor-causing bacteria that lives in the warmth and moistness of the manhood area. In addition, be sure the crème also includes vitamin D. This so-called "miracle vitamin" helps fight disease and a healthier member is a member less prone to stubborn odors.

Male Organ Size: Grower V. Shower?

May 23, 2017

So many eternal questions concerning men and their nether regions: Boxers or briefs? Cut or intact? Hang left or hang right? And, of course, grower or shower? While these questions usually have little impact on member health, they do have varying degrees of importance to a man - and the grower or shower one can be especially important. Despite the fact that tumescent male organ size has nothing to do with whether a guy grows or shows, the myth that there is a correlation between soft male organ size and firm size continues.

Terms

For the uninitiated, "grower" and "shower" (pronounced "show-er," rather than like the shower in a bathtub) refer to whether a man’s soft member is relatively small. Two men might both have a manhood that when tumescent measures, say, six inches. But the soft member of Man #1 may be only two inches long, whereas the soft member of Man #2 is five inches. Man #1 is a grower, because there is a significant growth between his soft and tumescent states. Man #2 is a shower, because there is little growth between his two states - in other words, he "shows" much more of his ultimate male organ size when he is not excited.

So what?

Since both men have the same tumescent male organ size, what does it matter if one is a shower and one a grower? In physical terms it doesn’t, but it terms of self-esteem and psychological well-being, it sometimes does.

Since society is so obsessed with male organ size and equates a large manhood with desirability, many men (and women) place a disproportionate importance on the size of the organ when soft. Although men are somewhat loathe to admit it, they do a lot of comparisons between their own and other men’s members. So if a guy who is a grower goes to the gym a lot, he is likely to do at least a little checking of other men in the locker room. Seeing showers sporting an impressive size can make him feel insecure about his own member.

Women also fall prey to judging a man by his soft size. If a partner steps out of his trousers with a long piece dangling, many women start to feel excited. The expectation is that if the manhood is that long before he’s excited, imagine what it will be like when the blood starts flowing.

Variation

But as mentioned above, a man who is a shower is not likely to double or triple in length, as is often the case with a grower. He may only add an inch or two to the final package. That’s nothing to complain about, but it does belie the fact that a shower is going to be enormous. (Of course, there are some rare showers who will end up with a tumescence of seven or eight inches - just as there are some rare growers who will do likewise.)

Most men would much prefer to be a shower than a grower, if for locker room bragging rights if nothing else. They may feel somehow less of a man because of their relatively short soft male organ size. But many showers have to put up with unrealistic expectations from women who become disappointed if their tumescent male organ size is only normal.

Men and women would do well to remember that, whether a grower or a shower, male organ size really has very little bearing on sensual satisfaction. Skill matters much more. Some relatively small men are maestros of sensual engagement and some with monstrous equipment leave a partner very unsatisfied.

Beyond male organ size (and whether a grower or shower), maintaining member health via the regular application of a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is crucial. Be sure the crème includes L-arginine, an amino acid that plays a role in manhood blood vessel dilation, essential for the blood flow that a functioning member requires. The crème should also include L-carnitine, another amino acid, which does a good job of maintaining member sensitivity by fighting peripheral nerve damage.

Serious Manhood Problems: How to Eradicate Intimate Lice

May 22, 2017

When a man thinks about the variety of manhood problems he might encounter, he usually thinks of an itchy member, one that has been irritated by vigorous sensual activity or simply a bit of soreness from such activities. Men rarely think about intimate lice as a possibility - but the truth is that even with great male organ care, a man can wind up with those crawly little critters in areas he doesn’t want them.

Intimate lice are tiny parasites that like to nestle into the area between a man’s legs and stay there for a while. They are incredibly annoying and itchy, leading to a need to scratch that is simply impossible to ignore. A man might catch intimate lice through skin-to-skin contact with someone who has them. He might also catch the lice from his member and surrounding area touching bedclothes, towels and the like that someone infected with the parasites has used, thus passing a few of the lice onto his body through passive means.

How to eradicate intimate lice

To get rid of intimate lice, a man should take several steps. First, he should look for a very good intimate lice treatment that contains pyrethrins and piperonyl butoxide. These chemicals are known for eradicating the little ‘crabs’ that love to attach themselves to a man’s midsection. Fortunately, these treatments can be obtained over the counter without a prescription at most pharmacies.

However, a man should remember that these treatments are quite strong, and they might cause problems for those with a very sensitive member. For a guy who isn’t quite sure he wants to go this route, he could check with his doctor to learn about other treatments that might not be as harsh.

The second step is to shave the area. That’s because intimate lice love to hide deep in the hair, where they can be almost impossible to find. By carefully trimming and then shaving the area around the member, a man can reveal where the lice are and remove them much more effectively.

Third step: once the area is clean, a man might be able to actually see the tiny parasites in the area. That’s when he’s ready to apply the cream that promises to eradicate the intimate lice. Follow the instructions on the bottle exactly, or follow the instructions given by the doctor, depending upon which route makes a man most comfortable.

Remember that sometimes it takes more than one round of treatment before the lice are gone. In this case, the second treatment takes place about 10 days after the first. This ensures that the tiny eggs the parasites might have laid in the skin have an opportunity to hatch, so they can be killed before they leave even more eggs behind.

Finally, a man needs to visit his doctor when his treatment is done. He will need to be tested for any other socially shared infections he might have acquired from recent partners. And of course, it’s a good idea to abstain from coupling with a partner while a man is treating his intimate lice infestation.

To help ensure a man’s member stays as healthy as possible in the wake of an intimate lice issue, a guy should reach for a specially formulated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Since treatments for intimate lice can lead to serious dryness of the skin, a man should look for a crème that contains Shea butter, a high-end emollient, and vitamin E, known for its hydrating capabilities. A crème that contains these ingredients, as well as other essential nutrients and vitamins, can be a great way for a man to ensure his member skin is ready for action again.

Sensual Tips for Member Care: Get Cooking in the Kitchen

May 22, 2017

Variety is the spice of life and spices belong in the kitchen - so these sensual tips can spice up the sensual life by moving things into the chef’s room. As long as a little basic common sense is used to ensure member care, there’s no reason a guy can’t suggest getting things cooking - in a different way - in the kitchen.

1. Location. Many sensual tips experts will agree that changing up the location where a couple has sensual activity can be an excellent way to add a little something "extra" to their sensual lives. Coupling in the kitchen is something many couples fantasize about, but too few engage in. But with a little preparation, some of the "obstacles" to successful kitchen coupling can be dealt with.

2. Finding space. One of the biggest problems, especially for couples in tiny urban apartments, is simply a lack of space. There are several ways of overcoming this. For example, leaning the woman back over a (carefully cleared) kitchen counter or table is an option. If that won’t work, this can be an excellent opportunity to finally see if sensual activity in a standing up position is a possibility for the couple in question. (Care must be taken here, so don’t push beyond safe capabilities.) Finally, sensual activity doesn’t have to be limited to insertional activities; oral sensual activity with one partner on their knees and the other standing can be perfect for the kitchen.

3. Get tasty. And speaking of oral sensual activity in the kitchen, why not spice it up a little? Plenty of food choices are right at hand, so this may be the time to add a little whipped cream or chocolate sauce or honey to a partner’s privates while providing them with pleasure.

4. Keep the coupling and the cooking separate. It’s kind of titillating to think about combining coupling and cooking, but it’s harder to pull off in real life than in fantasies. Pots and pans get in the way, fires become hazardous, food gets burned, etc. And cooking bare leaves the body open to all sorts of unforeseen injuries. (Chili powder on the manhood can result in a rather unpleasant burning sensation.) Instead, a couple should get the meal in the oven, clean off the counters and then concentrate on getting their personal ovens heated.

5. Except for the pre-insertion activity. Going at it hot and heavy while cooking can be a problem - but engaging in some light pre-insertion activity while prepping the dinner isn’t necessarily a bad idea. (Unless handling of knives is involved.) Standing behind a mate, wrapping his arms around her and kissing her neck as she sautés some onions can be fun. Or letting the woman stroke the man’s member as he washes the lettuce for the salad can be very incentivizing.

6. Accessorize. Utilize kitchenwear and equipment in imaginative ways. Most men have never experienced the feel of oven mitts wrapped around their member. What’s it like to have sensual activity with a woman who’s wearing an apron? Use everyday kitchen objects in a new way - but be sure to clean them thoroughly before restoring them to their proper use.

Whether in the kitchen or out, no list of sensual tips is complete without a reminder that guys need to keep their members in good working order - and that includes keeping them healthy. Regular use of a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help achieve this goal. The ideal crème will include L-arginine, an amino acid involved in the process by which manhood blood vessels dilate and allow for an increased flow of blood when needed. The crème should also include vitamin C, a key component of collagen, which gives male organ skin its tone and body and helps provide the flexibility the organ needs when it is firming up.

Self-Pleasuring Showcase: Performing for Your Partner

May 20, 2017

For most men, self-pleasuring is an activity they have been intimately involved in for years - usually longer than they have been engaged in any kind of partner-based sensual activity. Self-pleasuring is a regular part of most men’s lives and plays a role in their member care regimen as well. Often, men feel a need to keep this part of their life secret from - or at least unacknowledged by - their partner. Yet many women would be interested in watching their partner self-stimulate.

As with so many things related to sensual activity, there isn’t a lot of hard scientific evidence to measure how common a desire it is among women to watch their man fondle himself. However, based on an informal survey of various websites, forums and discussion sites, it seems there is at least a considerable number of women who find (or would find) this voyeuristic exercise to be very appealing. And there also appears to be quite a few men who would enjoy exhibiting their self-gratifying methods for their partner.

Learning experience

It does make sense. After all, watching a man self-gratify can be a learning experience for a woman. Seeing the way in which he fondles himself, what areas of his manhood he gives special attention to, how firmly he handles himself, how often he re-lubricates, when and how often he varies his stroking rate, what other parts of the body he stimulates - all this can give her insights she can then use when engaging sensually with him.

And many men - though not all - have an exhibitionistic streak and would enjoy the opportunity to safely handle his wares in front of a partner.

If either partner is interested in this experience, it behooves them to bring it up and talk about it with their mate. Although this can take courage, it’s usually worth the risk to open up a dialogue at the least.

How to perform

If a couple does decide this is an avenue they are eager to take, they should decide on some specifics. For example, is this a one-way deal - the man will self-stimulate only - or will it be reciprocated by the woman having a turn to self-stimulate as well? Is it to be kept strictly solo, or is the partner invited to lend a hand if she feels so moved? And what about verbal communication - should the woman stay quiet and just watch and the man pretend she isn’t there? Or should she feel free to talk to him as he self-pleasures?

The couple should then decide how to proceed. Are they ready to jump right in and just let the man start self-fondling right then and there? Or would they prefer to go through any "rituals" the man typically uses (e.g., watching adult films, creating a fantasy, slowly stripping, etc.)?

It might be decided they want to set up a different time for the viewing, later in the day or later in the week. Or perhaps the man will simply say he won’t hide his self-pleasuring any longer and just let her catch him naturally.

For some couples, role playing may be a good way to ease into the activity. They could play a game or Truth or Dare, with the man’s dare being to self-stimulate. Or they could fantasize she is a cop who demands he self-pleasure or else go to jail.

Whatever works for a man and his partner in terms of sharing his self-pleasuring, the man will want to make sure his member looks good. Using a top rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is excellent for this purpose. A crème with both Shea butter and vitamin E will moisturize the skin, keeping it supple and avoiding unsightly dry patches. And if the crème also contains alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant, so much the better. Alpha lipoic acid battles free radicals, which left unchecked can cause male organ skin to look aged and thin.

Member Odor: Strategies to Beat It

May 19, 2017

It may be worse in summer, but for some men member odor is a problem for all seasons. Even some men who maintain excellent male organ health habits can find themselves time and again embarrassed by the aroma that pours out when the pants are unzipped. For men with a member odor issue, effective strategies to beat it are essential. Otherwise, that rank smell is going to repel potential partners long before they have a chance to hit the sheets with the guy.

Member odor essentially is due to sweat, which the member is prone to do. After all, it’s (often) surrounded by a thick thatch of insulating hair, it’s nestled between heat-producing thighs and it spends an inordinate amount of time trapped beneath two heat-inducing layers of clothing.

So what can a guy do to keep his manhood from being a member odor manufacturing machine? These strategies can help.

Manscape

Shaving male organ hair used to be considered a little outre, but nowadays more and more men are taking a razor to the basement. Some guys shave it bald, others opt for a decent trim; either way, it helps reduce the amount of insulation in the area and thus helps reduce the sweat and resulting odor. Of course, a dude wants to be careful with how he handles the razor down there, but for many it’s an easy way to cool things down a bit.

Dry off thoroughly

Clearly, washing the manhood regularly is necessary to ward off member odor. But so is drying the member after washing. If a guy just gives his male organ a quick, arbitrary toweling off, the water he leaves behind may hang around the rest of the day, becoming rank with bacteria as the day progresses.

Hydrate

The more water a person drinks, the healthier they are. And when there is a greater amount of water in the body, it tends to dilute the stronger smelling chemicals and ingredients that come out in the sweat. It sometimes means a guy sweats more, but his sweat has less pungent aroma to it.

Lime up

Citrus fruits in general tend to help reduce body odor, but limes are reputed to be especially helpful. Now a man shouldn’t go rubbing a lime on his manhood - that would definitely sting - but adding some lime to all that water he’s imbibing is an excellent idea. Lime’s disinfectant qualities are a damper to damaging bacteria.

Cease smoking

Men who smoke are courting disaster. Tobacco products cause considerable damage to the lungs, cardiovascular system and other body parts - and they add to member odor issues. Many smokers have a strong scent that can become especially pronounced around the manhood - which doesn’t help their chances of getting any oral sensual activity.

Run free

Finally, it’s a basic idea that makes good sense: let the member out for a while. Just as people need to occasionally air out bedrooms or furniture, so does the manhood need some freedom. Spending time bare allows unwanted odors to disperse. Sleeping bare can be an excellent way to achieve this goal; otherwise, scheduling some alone time and just letting it all hang out can do the trick.

Using strategies to successfully bring member odor to its knees makes a man feel better about himself. He can be aided in his quest by daily application of a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . The crème chosen needs to include vitamin A among its ingredients. Vitamin A is blessed with strong antibacterial properties which actively fight the bacteria that can create strong member odor. It also helps if the crème contains vitamin D, the so-called "miracle vitamin." Vitamin D helps to strengthen overall male organ health, and the healthier the manhood, the better able it is to withstand member odor attacks.

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