Many Red Pill bros fear butt play. But for some self-described alphas, prostate stimulation is the most macho way to orgasm.
Can the two sides come together? In the post, the man recounted what it was like to discover that his girlfriend gave happy-ending prostate massages to her clients. In the red-pill bedroom, men are typically portrayed as dominant penetrators, and women, passive and servile holes.
But the red-pill brand of prostate denial has a vibe all its own. These are men who are emblematically and fraternally committed to the idea of dominance, but who consciously chose a path that could weaken them in the end.
In fact, the beta approach to prostate play — i. A cursory look at the realities of prostate health reveals why. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men, and prostatitis — inflammation of the prostate — is one of the most common diagnoses made by urologists, ing for at least 2 million cases a year.
Benign enlarged prostates — which can cause urinary and ejaculatory problems — are an issue for roughly half of men over All of these things — as well as incontinence, testicular pain and randomly bloody semen — can be staved off through regular ejaculation and, you guessed it, prostate stimulation. Yet, despite this relatively obvious hole in the matrix, some red-pill guys seem pathologically committed to framing prostates as one-touch emasculation buttons, even when the rationale for stimulating them is medical.
Maintain your alpha position, however. Keep your back straight. Prostate expert Forrest Andrews says he might. What a simp! Which, of course, brings us to our next point: Not every special snowflake in the manosphere snow globe has a problem with prostates or butt stuff.
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