Have you ever found yourself trying to figure out how to play with his balls during sex? You're not alone. Like, do we touch them?
Sure, the testicles can be tricky to handle, but there are plenty of creative ways to play ball that go beyond the cup-and-squeeze. Don't believe us? Here, six dudes share a play-by-play of the moves that have made them go, ahem, nuts.
What I'm talking about are the signs of female blue ballsaka, the physical sensation you might experience if you're really turned on but can't climax. When you think about blue balls, chances are you're remembering the oft-bemoaned fate of a dude unable to get off. It's usually recounted in a whiney tone by whomever's balls are in a tizzy.
I initially planned to write an Antichrist -inspired list of most misogynistic movies ever made. Besides, I figure there are already enough places on the web where we can debate whether or not Neil LaBute and Lars von Trier are misogynistic filmmakers or if they are in fact the opposite. And plenty of action and horror flicks depict castration by shotgun, knife, van door and other means on a regular basis.
Playing with a man's balls during sex should never just happen out of the blue. Some guys like it, some find it painful. The only way to know for sure is to, y'know, have an adult conversation about it beforehand.
Blue balls is the slang term for epididymal hypertension. It refers to aching or painful testicles, which some people may experience after sexual arousal that does not result in orgasm. This symptom occurs because blood builds up in the testicles during arousal, causing them to ache if the person remains aroused for too long.
It wasn't until the past few years that I realized the blue balls phenomenon is actually a real thing. The first time it really happened to me was in college. Men I really liked but with whom I was taking things slowly gave me blue clit.
They exist. And just like us and our fun buttons, different men like entirely different things when it comes to their balls. Different strokes for different folks, you know? Do you mean gentle stroking?
But what if you feel like yours are particularly saggy balls? Your testicles are precious. They are the source that produces spermatozoa and testosterone.