Did or do most of you have a relationship where you can talk about you penis and sex life with you father? Or if you are a dad do you talk about it with your son. Are you comfortable being naked around each other and do you talk about your penis's or bodies together at all?
That's good to hear and removes any confusion. I have silver hair but no sons, you have an opportunity that I don't. But I share with you your youthful outlook on life, only way to go!
Usually in the discussions here we hear about sons and their relationships with their fathers, often wishing they were closer and more open with sexual topics. Since you're in the positions where you have sons you can be open with, it would be both interesting and refreshing to hear how your handling the opportunity do do things right.
How old are your sons, and do you have more than two? In addition to being nude in front of each other do you do any nude recreation such as swimming nude, or fishing or doing some hiking? And how do you handle erections when they come up -- they're certainly part of life.
I've often wondered how I would 'do things right' if I had the opportunity and it would be good to hear from someone who is having that chance.
my sons are 22 & 17 my boys, the youngest is always sporting a boner it seems we do the skinny dipping thing and it is nothing to us we are use to it, my oldest when he was 17 I discovered his condoms and took him to the side told him I was glad he was protcting himself and his partner. and ask if he needed me to get him more. when they see me with an erection the oldest says hey dad i think i got ya beat, i laught and say in your dreams .
Having condoms around is great and they can be bought in bulk for substantial savings. I like to have cheap-o's around for what I call a 'wrap and slap' -- rolling a condom on lets you masturbate anywhere without having to worry about any clean-up! That can be a plus sometimes.
If I had boys I'd be sure that there were always condoms in the house -- I know we'd all like grandchildren someday, but not as a surprise.
hey 92135 man to many to number they are boys and during the teen years it is like they have one constant i have caught them my oldest thought his door was locked and i walked in turned around and walked out to my knowledge they have seen me several times sometimes boys night in when wife is out shopping or away on business movie night can be interesting it reminds me of how quick i used to recover after shooting sometimes they can do a couple loads watching a movie ah youth!
Yeah, I especially liked to keep them handy to my bunk when I was on board ship in the Navy. There could be weeks without much privacy with boners coming on a regular schedule. Quick and clean was appreciated.
Then there would be those nights in rough seas when the ship would heave up and down. All you had to do was lie on your bunk on your stomach, roll one on and let the movement of the waves and the ship take over -- took "look ma no hands" to a whole new level! And you got to have a dry bunk afterwards and no razzing from your shipmates.
It's great that the boys know that squeezing one out is just a normal part of life and being part of a family could be more enjoyable than being shut off alone. But I gotta wonder about the movies the were watching; they weren't just stroking themselves a couple times during a movie because they were bored, were they?
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