To Cock, Or Not To Cock


Penis ProjectFor some reason, known only to the random patterns of electrons and collections of ones and zeros that make up the internet, the search term that most frequently directs people to my blogs is “Cock Pics”. Almost every month, without fail, if it isn’t the top search term, it is in the top two or three. This got me thinking, do I really display my penis that often?

To date, I have posted 125 photos on over my “Photo Album“. Of these, my penis has been fully visible in 30 of them. So, 24%, or  as near as damn it a quarter of them. That’s a reasonably significant fraction of my photos that feature my significant fraction. Having said that, my arse features in 36 photos.

Of those 30 photos in which my penis makes an appearance, in the vast majority of cases, it has at best a cameo, or supporting role. Only in four posts could it be said to have the star billing, namely:

Now, granted, in “Penile Bombardment” you get four views for the price of one, but it was kind of incidental to the point I was making. “Dick(ie) Bow;” and “Christmas Is A Cumming…” are clearly intended to be at least mildly humourous. That basically leaves ““A” Is For Awakening” as the sole gratuitous “Cock Pic”.

Being a male blogger, and in particular, being a male blogger who posts naked photos of myself, it requires some thought as to which area of my body to focus on. Some readers like my hands, some my arms, others my shoulders. Some like my back, some like my chest, some like my arse, and some do actually like my penis.

It would be easy for my photography to be somewhat “penicentric“. By and large, however, with the exception of those four posts mentioned above, while my penis may be visible, it is not the focus of my photo. Depending on the viewer, the eye may be drawn towards it, but its presence is simply a side effect of me being both male and naked.

Do I feel any compulsion to show it off? No, not really; it’s just there, a part of me, just like any other part of me. If it makes an appearance in a photo (the aforementioned posts excepted), it is simply because it happens to be in shot, or in some way necessary to make a particular photo work.

I’m not saying my photos aren’t sexual; some people may find them extremely so. It’s simply that, by having a very relaxed attitude to nakedness, I have a different perspective.

ZeN

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  1. I like your that you are comfortable being naked and that you find it more important to make an image work, than to show off your penis. Not that I don’t like seeing it, but I always look at the full composition of the photo and not only one part 🙂

    Rebel xox

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    1. And that’s exactly what I’m trying to achieve. If someone like the photo, then hopefully they like it for the composition as a whole and not by the presence or absence of one particular element.

      ZeN

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    1. It’s really the only sensible attitude to take. I can’t deny that I have one.

      Actually, for me, most of the fun comes from how I manage to obscure that part of me from view. 😉

      ZeN

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  2. I think in western societies we’ve sexualised the naked body to such an extent that nudity is treated as synonymous with sexual… but I agree it’s just part of you, so also why hide it? and I for one am rather pleased you don’t….

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    1. Yes I think nudity should not be sexualized. But on the same note, I don’t think we should hide the beauty of the penis just because we fear it may hurt the naturist cause. Its a fine line that has unfortunately been blurred by social media in the modern world.

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      1. Everyone has their own tastes and you are free to admire which ever bits of a person that you find attractive. There are no rights or wrongs when it comes to personal tastes.

        ZeN

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