Men and Their Unconscious Fascination with Their Penis

It’s just a penis

It’s slightly depressing out as far as weather is concerned and I have a cold adding a level of misery to the situation. Of course, this means that my approach to the world is tinged with a sense of greyness rather than the clear light of sunshine. As a result, this post reflects my mood – and in a way, that is honest as it can get.

So many images of men, posted by men, featured the penis. It was as if for many, the male identity has been reduced to the penis. The images which elicited this response showed male penises standing up proud, more often than not, but with the faces of their owners, for that is what the men have become, owners of a separate thing of power. Clear sight has been compromised. By empowering the penis, men have become blind to what they do as they follow the will of instinct, blind to what they do others and themselves in service to primal instinct.

This morning, as I turned to Twitter and Facebook in order to see what my on-line community was up to, I met with a few images that at first made me mad, then changed to sadness. I am not offended by the sight of a penis. However, I am saddened at how men have lost their sense of self as they use their penises as their avatars, use them to tell the world that they are real men while hiding their faces as though ashamed of being discovered. For, if discovered, the world would then learn their lie – that they are victims.

All men have a penis. Real men have consciousness and awareness of their responsibility to the world. Real men are compassionate, thoughtful, insightful beings who make the world a healthier, safer, and better world. Real men aren’t servants to the penis, the symbol of power of body over mind and heart.I have heard too many defend the images of penises without the critical identifier of the faces of the men who now belong to these penises. What was troubling at first was the defense that these were natural images of a man, rather than a psychological statement of importance of how some men, perhaps too many men, have unconsciously stopped looking at the whole picture of themselves and the world. By following their dicks, men become blind to what is happening to the world around them.

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11 Responses to Men and Their Unconscious Fascination with Their Penis

  1. Fabien Barabe says:

    An very insightful blog and sadly, so true. We are much more than the sum of our parts. How are male naturists to be taken seriously with those obsessing on the male phallus?
    Thank you for posting!

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  3. sassycoupleok says:

    So very true!

  4. I’ve always thought some men calling themselves naturists miss the point when all they want to do is post photos of their penises. Your post explains that better than I ever could, Robert.
    Thank you.
    I’m re-posting this on my WP site.

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  6. luis afonso says:

    I agree.
    When I was young (6 year old) we, the kids from the block were we used to live in Passo Fundo, Brazil, were terrorized cause someone told us that a pervert was hiding in the back of the primary school we have in our street. It was weekend and nobody was at school at that moment.
    We stayed out of the school (we used to play at the patio) and i remembered very well see a man standing in the stairway jerking off to the kids in the streets.
    We shouted “pervert” and soon many grown ups came to help us.
    I don´t remember what happened next cause i ran into my home.
    Everytime I see such images on the internet on groups that supposed to be “naturist” I have that old feeling again. It is just perversion.

    • rglongpre says:

      The problem for those wounded in childhood is separating nudity from perversion. Masturbating in a school doorway is perversion. Always, it comes down to intent, doesn’t it? And often, the responses to nudity have little to do with the person who is nude but to triggered complexes in the person feeling traumatised.

  7. Mark says:

    Having just come across this artical i have to agree that some men just cant help themselves we (wife and i ) get so fed up with all of the genital close up shots from supposed to be naturists if we wanted porn we would go looking for it which we dont. How can the naturist community get acceptance from the textile world when this short of thing carry on………. in short it wont !

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