I caught up with Twitter buddy Londonsub and asked him a few personal questions.
Can you remember the first time you jacked-off?
I can pinpoint it to where I was living, as we moved around a lot during the whole of my childhood. I was 12. I was a terribly innocent and naive boy, a loner and a late developer — two months short of my 23rd birthday before I even had a wank with anyone else.
I didn’t even know what masturbation was when I started. No brothers, and my father never brought up the subject. I used to lie in bed at night in my pyjamas and rub my body up and down against the mattress while thinking about boys I fancied, and find myself soaking every time without even knowing what it was.
It seems incredible that I had no idea, when I was academically very bright — but I’m talking about 50 years ago, when there weren’t easy ways of looking these things up.
I carried on like this for many months before it occurred to me to use my hands. Often I woke up from wet dreams without even touching myself.
Maybe because I’ve got a small penis — I’m only 4 inches hard now, so goodness knows what it measured at age 12— using my hand didn’t seem an obvious thing to do.
How did you feel when you first jacked off?
Confused, I suppose, but I knew it was pleasurable. I fantasised about older boys and didn’t feel bad about that, but I never imagined I could actually expect them to get physical with me.
Did you talk about it with anyone?
No, I was far too shy and embarrassed to think I could mention it to anyone. I was a nerdy, studious kid, and as I was constantly being moved from place to place I never had a chance to get close to other boys.
Did you try any different techniques in those early years?
It was all very rudimentary. What really varied were my fantasies. I had, and still have, a very active imagination.
I never used any kind of lube then, as I was pretty much self-lubricating. I still don’t bother much with lube now if it’s just me jerking off on my own.
Can you remember the first time you talked to someone else about jacking off?
Not until I’d finally begun doing it with other guys, at the ridiculously advanced age of 23.
How has you jack-off style evolved over the years?
Usually I’m standing, in the shower or perched over the toilet, but sometimes on my knees if I’m feeling especially submissive and imagining the humiliation of being caught.
I’ve always been an exhibitionist, so being watched, or the risk of being seen, really intensifies it. I remember at age 17, wanking naked at the kitchen window so that the guys on the building site might see me. At 18, in a flat my parents rented for the summer, I was constantly wanking naked in bed as my bedroom was overlooked by the men’s toilet in a casino just opposite. I’d still find that exciting.
In my twenties, I was so excited to be finally meeting guys that I sometimes came just by standing naked in front of them, humiliated to be turned on and hard, without touching myself or being touched by them.
I’ve learned over the years that having my balls tickled, even by me, makes me stay harder and cum more. Up until my mid-fifties I used to shoot a huge amount, spurt after spurt. If I was lying down, the cum would land on my face or fly over my head and hit the wall. My partner would often have me open my mouth while wanking me off in that position and see if he could make me cum straight into my mouth. It was like target practice.
I’m now in my mid-sixties, and sadly I produce far less — especially as a result of having had prostate cancer. I’m glad it all still works, but it’s disappointing that I cum relatively little now, and that my semen is almost transparent.
I used to love the look of amazement on guys’ faces when they saw me cum so much and so far. They often stupidly assumed that a tiny cock would also produce a tiny amount. It was always fun to surprise them — even more if they were sucking me off after ridiculing me, and seeing them choked by my cum.
What’s your preferred way to jack-off currently?
I like doing it in public more than ever!
What jack-off hints or tips would you give a young guy just starting to explore his sexuality?
Find what works for you, and don’t worry if you’ve got such a tiny dick that two fingers work better than a hand. Don’t assume that doing it harder is going to make it better. A lot of the best results come from what’s happening in your mind.
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I caught up with Chris Davis from TAKE TWO to discuss how a dietary supplement can play an important role in anal sex.
What led you to create the TAKE TWO dietary supplement?
We saw an opportunity to deliver the absolute highest quality of dietary fibre blends to a demanding market, while offering a premium alternative with high-end, discreet packaging that really sets us apart from other brands.
My understanding is that there are similar types of fibre supplement products on the market, but I haven’t seen anyone else market them specifically to men as an aid to anal sex. Why did you decide to focus on that market?
Pure for Men is the clear market leader and actually does speak to clean anal sex, however, we’ve found what is considered to be a more effective formula that delivers even better results.
We decided to make a splash in the market after early customer reviews raved about just how much of a difference TAKE TWO made to their digestive health and confidence in the bedroom. We also found that a lot of customers prefer discreet packaging and bottle labels, which matches the high-end look and feel of TAKE TWO.
Is TAKE TWO an alternative to douching or just an additional option to help guys be clean and confident?
We like the idea of have additional tools in the shed for every occasion! TAKE TWO is not meant to completely eliminate the need for general maintenance and hygiene, but we have found that many of our customers spend 70 percent less time ‘getting ready’ while some users have forgone traditional preparation steps, altogether. We’re such strong believers in the above claims that we stand by these promised results with a money-back guarantee.
The edition that you’ve created in partnership with the Tom of Finland Foundation looks great — why was the imagery of Tom of Finland a good fit for TAKE TWO?
It’s no secret that here in the office, we love the rich, leather-bound imagery rooted in Tom of Finland’s unique catalogue of art. It was an obvious match to the leather-like look and feel of our standard TAKE TWO bottle design, and not at all hard to imagine how amazing the Tom of Finland art would look if properly featured on the TAKE TWO product.
We worked closely with the Tom of Finland Foundation to identify some of the most iconic pieces, and coupled them with the jaw-dropping metallic backing on each panel to give that one-of-a-kind finish. After the first bottle was completed, we knew it was a winning bet.
Customers have fallen in love with the result, and we’re already getting daily requests for new favourite pieces of Tom of Finland artwork to be featured next.
How do you market your product?
We rely heavily on word-of-mouth, but have run a few very successful campaigns on social networks and dating apps like Scruff and Hornet. We’ve also partnered with doctors serving the LGBTQ community around the US who see the immense value in supporting fibre-rich diets via TAKE TWO’s premium blend of soluble and insoluble fibres. You’ll likely see TAKE TWO popping up in various radio, television and social media campaigns featuring respected online personalities that have made the switch to better fibre.
I was interested to see in your Q&As that you specifically talk about the product’s capability with PrEP — was that a question that you were receiving from customers or did you just want to proactively address any potential concerns that might be out there?
Although risks are determined to be relatively low when it comes to dietary fibre supplements and medications like PrEP, we wanted to be 100 percent certain that best-practices are being followed to eliminate any doubts.
If I was a young guy, just starting to explore my sexuality, what hints or tips would you give to make anal sex as enjoyable as possible?
- Get to know yourself and your body inside and out. This includes everything from exploring tools like lubricant and practising with safe objects and toys to get a feel for what works for you.
- Be sure you are comfortable with and trust your sexual partners before diving in.
- Remain sex-positive and remember that sex is a long journey — an experience that is meant to be enjoyable.
- Take your time and communicate freely before, during, and after playtime.
- Play safe!
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