Hysteria – for Men

Female sexuality has always been a hot topic. Theories like “does the g-spot really exist” and “how to give a woman an orgasm” have always been intriguing mysteries. Even with women’s kinkier needs like strap-on dildos have been a new fad. Look through www.theadulttoyshop.com and you’ll get the general idea. In the 19th century, Female Hysteria (an actual term) was a popular medical focus point, physicians would perform pelvic massage on women to help relieve symptoms which included everything from sexual dissatisfaction and insomnia to cramps and emotional mood swings.


Men’s hysteria was never a problem, there is no medical term or equipment in the 19th century for men’s insomnia or sexual dissatisfaction. We wonder then - are men really that simple, just spank the monkey and it’s all over? Was it a sexist viewpoint that men could handle themselves without the need of “equipment” and women were delicate flowers that needed to be pollinated?

Vibrators are all over. Strap ons are one of those newer sex toys but boy oh boy, are they fun. Not really something that most couples would consider, it’s really a good ride. It is kind of a mind fu** becuase you are thrusting with the same motion of sex only with a different feel in the vagina. It’s kind of fun trying this new thing, like getting your man to use a dildo on you except this time he is doing the thrusting back and forth. Very cool, totally worth a try.

hysIt’s important for men to take their sexuality seriously, especially in this day where everyone’s girlfriend has a vibrator that easily rivals lovemaking! Not to say a real woman is never in the cards again, but if you have a pocket pussy then you don’t need to worry about wooing one, it’s literally a bed buddy under your bed. Get yourself into the current age, women have vibrators stashed everywhere it’s time for men to take their own pleasure into their hands (no pun intended) and get with the program of better masturbation. You’re worth it.

Sex Practices Across the Pond

Adults in other parts of the world have different sex terms and practices then here in North America. Even though we are only across by an ocean and a speedy 5 hour plane ride away, the sex practice there is like a world away from here in the USA.

Dogging - A popular concept in the UK. It means that men watch couples having sex or performing sex acts together outdoors. The term originates from when the men were caught, they would claim they are walking the dog, hence the name Dogging.

Across the pond in the USA, the closest term is voyeur, but that term is used more loosely because a voyeur means that they like to look at women, it does not necessarily mean a couple. It also does not necessarily mean that they like to watch couples have sex outdoors, but that they are peeking at them. Doggers know they are being watched and they perform more.

Also the the USA, you can’t have a voyeur without an exhibitionist. It can be the couple having sex in the park, the woman sunbathing topless, or even the women who changes her clothes in her apartment without closing the blinds first, she’s just asking for someone to look in. You need both in order for them to work together.

Why is this such a common activity in the UK and not here like vibrators? I’m not sure exactly but it’s been around since the 70’s so the term has had many generations to migrate this way but it has not as of yet. I guess that’s the difference between the British and Americans, we like to peek, they like to know they are being watched, but of course it’s a generalization and that’s not necessarily the case.

The British probably wonder why we like to peek, they seem it to be more fun if they couple is performing. Maybe when you take a trip across the pond, you can look for popular dogging locations and dabble in their popular sex act for yourself. But remember, when the cops come by, you’re walking the dog!