Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Buddies


The Leveret's series celebrating shared and mutual masturbation between two or more men continues.

As noted in the first installment of this series, those who participate in this activity sometimes refer to themselves as "jack off buddies" or "j/o buddies."

The Leveret's "Buddies" series features images found online of jack off buddies accompanied by excerpts from various writings about the sexual practice of mutual masturbation. In this second installment I share the reminiscences of "Rexcalibr," who on a body building discussion thread, shared his experience of "jerking off with one of his buddies." Enjoy!



One of my friends who used to be in the military with me . . . we were hanging out after a night of drinking and somehow ended up watching a little bit of porn. So he tells me, "Hey, check this out!" . . . and I look over at him and his cock was pulled out. Then he punches me in the arm and is like, "You looked!" . . . So we were both pretty wasted and one thing led to another and as we're watching porn we both pull our dicks out and just start jerking off. Then we dare each other to jerk each other off until we both nutted.

Not gonna lie, I felt pretty awkward about it afterwards but we were both drunk and, in a way, it was fun in a "breaking the rules" sort of way. Whenever we hang out, we just kind of pretend it wasn't anything out of the ordinary and don't talk about it. So I'm guessing he feels that way too; that it was just a one-off thing.



See also the previous posts:
Buddies, 11/2/18
Reaching Out
A Means of Making Contact
Not a Weapon or a Mere Tool
Phallus
Penis
Hard
Soft
Rethinking the “Normal” Penis (Part I)
Rethinking the “Normal” Penis (Part II)

Images: Subjects and photographers unknown.


Saturday, February 23, 2019

Across Snow-blanketed Grass


See also the previous posts:
In Winter Field
Afoot
Hare in the Snow
Winter Hare

Image: Photographer unknown.


Saturday, February 16, 2019

Philip


Philip Zyos is a former actor in the adult film industry. The images of the Spanish-born Philip that I share today are from his time making porn and are accompanied by excerpts from a 2016 interview that he did for the Hot Humans! blogsite.



“The porn decision is always, maybe not always difficult, but controversial. . . . For me, porn [provides] the opportunity to get rid of fear, to give freedom to the body, and, above all, to give a different approach to my life. Introducing this path into my life allowed me to be freed from the chains of fear and to set an example that one can live without fear and without repression.”




“I like things that are not obvious – innuendoes, eroticism. Have ever been excited more by seeing someone in their underwear than naked? Well, it happens to me continuously. Maybe it's romantic or old-fashioned, but when someone kisses you and slowly takes off your clothes, their hands touching your body until two bodies become one, that to me is the most exciting.”




“Small things [make me smile], small details. . . . Luckily or unfortunately, I chose to focus my master's degree on cooperation and development. We work mostly with poor populations. . . . It is something that makes you change your mindset, makes you value life more. Things like having food at home, friendship and family, guaranteed health and education, and a thousand other things that make me get up every morning ready to try and leave the world a little better than how I found it.”



“I am always very busy. . . I am currently finishing my master's degree. I study most of the time, but when I have a little more time I love reading and writing. Writing helps me to free myself, to let flow what I carry inside. I started to write out of necessity and now it separates me from my routine. When summer or holidays arrive, I travel. Travel opens the mind and the senses to other cultures and the world in general. Among all my passions, horseback riding is the greatest of them all.”



See also the previous posts: Don | LeBron | Jayjay | Donald | Geremy | Jerome | Solomon | Colin | Luis | Nyle | Philip | Charlie | Sukdeep | Rafael | Mon Bel Ami

Images: Photographers unknown.

Friday, February 1, 2019

Imbolc


Writes Carl Neal in Imbolc: Rituals, Recipes, and Lore:

When the dark days of winter seem to have gone on forever, the first sign of spring refreshes our souls. It is a promise that winter will not last forever and that warm and fertile days will come again soon. Even through snow, the daffodils will push their heads up with a startling flash of green and yellow against the otherwise unbroken glare of winter's white. While you can still see your breath like steam in the chilled air, the first taste of fresh milk means that new life will soon be born. Weary from winter's dark, it also means that the soul will soon be reborn in the growing warmth of the sun. There yet may be snow on the ground but there are new plants sprouting just beneath that protective layer. As bears awaken from their winter slumber, so too does the earth, and life everything reawakens.

Also known as "Imblolg," "Oimelc," and the "Feast of St. Brigid," Imbolc is the sabbat midway between the winter solstice and the vernal equinox. Imbolc is celebrated on February 1 and precedes the more recent Christian reinterpretation of Imbolc called "Candlemas" which is celebrated on February 2. Although you might often see the terms Imbolc and Candlemas used interchangeably, they are actually different holidays. Imbolc is the time when life begins to awaken from its winter sleep and prepare for the warmth and longer days that are soon to start. During the depths of winter, it can feel as though the warm sun and soft breezes of spring will never return and the cold might go on forever. Imbolc marks the turning point when life eagerly begins to look forward to the increasingly warmer days.

Imbolc is a time when new plans are made and new ideas are "planted." It is also traditionally a time to examine the people, objects, and philosophies in our livs. It is an opportunity to discard the things we don't need or that are holding us back. It is when we make new plans and improve old ones. In a sense, the Imbolc part of the Wheel of the Year is a winter cocoon. Upon emerging, we may be greatly changed indeed from the beings who celebrated Yule only weeks before.


Image: "Imbolc Hare" by Wendy Andrew.

See also the previous posts:
Sacred
Let the Spiral Turn and Turn
Sol Invictus