Sunday, June 15, 2008

Ask me about my priapism

I was doing some research for self diagnosis to figure out whether I am a well oiled sex machine or a "high-functioning" sufferer of priapism when I came across (no pun intended) this little curiosity.

I don't know about you but hiding penises in innocent looking household objects seems inappropriate to me. That said, it does give me some product innovation ideas. No one wants their dildo or vibrator to be discovered by others. Why not conceal then in the handles of umbrellas and canes, place them in the wicker caddy in the foyer?

It seems that PRIAPISM was (a chronic erection, female Priapism is better known as Clitorism.) named after the Greek god Priapus "a minor rustic fertility god, protector of livestock, fruit plants, gardens and male genitalia. His Roman equivalent was Mutinus Mutunus. He was best noted for his huge, permanently erect penis, which gave rise to the medical term priapism.

Have you ever noticed that the words affection and erection are very very similar.

There are many fascinating posts in the category of "penis". Click on the label below.


Ariel Waldman said...

Obviously you overlooked the bowling pin vagina:

very sneaky ;)

Anonymous said...

Erectile dysfunction is one of the most well known sexual dysfunctions affecting men. The main reason for this is that it is the most common. However, there are certain other diseases like Peyronie’s disease and priapism that are also common in men and they also hamper in having proper sexual intercourse. The bottom line is that one should never assume about these diseases and have medications on their own. It is imperative to consult a doctor if any abnormality is noticed in having sex, or in attaining erection.

Anonymous said...

Difficulty in achieving orgasm along with decline in sex drive is a common side effect of medications such as Xanax. Men under the prescription of anti-depressants are constantly searching for a safe and natural way of improving their desire for sex

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