Penis Blogs - July 2013

Weekend Review

Why the interest in the penis? There's often humor about the subject, and we all need a good laugh, especially when we incorporate it with politics. It takes us away from personal and global dramas and gives us a collective laugh. Like anything else, it is only a temporary fix, but well needed.

Anthony Weiner the Peter Tweeter Returns ...

Monday July 22, 2013

In my wake-up dream this morning, soon to be born Prince George of Cambridge showed me his penis so I would know William and Kate were having a baby boy, who arrived hours later. The baby is part of the royal family and the political future of the UK.

Tuesday July 23, 2013

Let's move to politics here in the city and another baby boy with a link to politics - Jordan Zain Weiner, born December 2011. His mom is Huma Abedin currently a director working on the transition team of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

His father is the notorious peter tweeter - Anthony Weiner - forced to resign in June 2011 after a sexting scandal. Currently Weiner is running for mayor of NYC (we are so screwed) - acknowledging his shortcomings once again and defending what he says is past activity, though many women have come forward who sexted with him. Weiner's cocky expression leads one to conclude he has emotional problems.

Knowing there were other videos out there, he really has balls to seek election at a time Americans hope their elected officials are straight shooters and scandal free. Seriously? That will never happen. The games of politics are always laced with deception and intrigue, sex being a "key" part of it. These men work hard and "play hard" - and like many of us, outgrow the partner we started with - moving on with our next karmic relationship. Tuesday it all hit the fan for Weiner - putting him back on the front page - this time dragging his wife into the mix. This marriage is so doomed. I wonder if Bill (Clinton) advised her to stay? This reaps of money and power.

Brooklyn's Smallest Penis Contest Winner

On Saturday July 20, 2013, the Smallest Penis Contest was held at the Kings Country Bar in Brooklyn. According to a Craigslist ad seeking "less endowed men" to prove that "good things can come in small packages".

7 Wild Facts About the Penis   Live Science - August 21, 2013
Memorialized in monuments, Grecian statues and bathroom graffiti everywhere, the penis may be the most famous and well-studied human organ on the planet. But despite its outsized profile in the popular imagination, the male member still has a few secrets left to reveal. From penis spines to the ideal size, here are seven wild facts about the male sex organ. The penis may have been a lot scarier in humans' evolutionary past. At one point in time, the male penis had spines, but human ancestors lost those prickly structures before Neanderthals and modern humans diverged some 700,000 years ago

Phallic Tree Images

Fun Down Under (Australia)

The Egyptian Rod and the Tree Goddess

The Woodie

More Phallic Photos on the Tree of Life

The Jersey Man With Major League Balls

  Yankees Fan to Sell Memorabilia After Wife Says "Enough"   NBC - July 24, 2013
Longtime Yankees fan is facing the painful task of downsizing his memorabilia-filled man
cave after a showdown between him and his wife resulted in an agreement to downsize.

After 40 years of collecting, East Brunswick man to part with Yankees treasure trove - July 24, 2013

Over the past 40 years, Wildstein's East Brunswick home has become a sports collectible warehouse: balls; bats; jerseys; spikes; cards; figurines; photographs; lithographs signed by Mickey, Yogi, Whitey, Reggie É all the way up to Jeter and A-Rod. Wildstein is 79 now, and doesnŐt remember exactly when his memorabilia began to overrun the house. Now his wife Frances has had enough. It is time to sell things and downsize. I think he'll be surprised how much money everything is worth.

The Phallus in Mythology and Architecture

The Phallis in many ancient cultures symbolizes fertility.

Min - The Egyptian Fertility God

Min is an Ancient Egyptian god whose cult originated in predynastic times (4th millennium BC). He was represented in many different forms, but was often represented in male human form, shown with an erect penis which he holds in his left hand and an upheld right arm holding a flail. As Khem or Min, he was the god of reproduction; as Khnum, he was the creator of all things, "the maker of gods and men". As a god of fertility, he was shown as having black skin to reflect the fertile black mud of the Nile's inundation. His cult was strongest in Coptos and Akhmim (Panopolis), where in his honor great festivals were held celebrating his "coming forth" with a public procession and presentation of offerings. His other associations include the eastern desert and links to the god Horus.

Phallic Architecture   Wikipedia

Phallic Architecture   Google Images

Phallic architecture consciously or unconsciously creates a symbolic representation of the phallus. Buildings intentionally or unintentionally resembling the human penis are a source of amusement to locals and tourists in various places around the world. Deliberate phallic imagery is found in ancient cultures and in the links to ancient cultures found in traditional artifacts. The worship of the phallus has existed since the Stone Age, and was particularly prevalent during the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age. Phallic architecture became prominent in ancient Egypt and Greece, where genitalia and human sexuality received a high degree of attention. The ancient Greeks honored the phallus and celebrated phallic festivals.

In art and architecture, acutely vertical buildings are often seen as a symbol of masculinity and horizontal buildings are seen as more feminine. The terms "phallic verticality", "phallic erectility" and "phallic brutality" have been referred to by architectural theorists, including the likes of French sociologist Henri Lefebvre, who argued that buildings of phallic architectural type metaphorically symbolize "force, male fertility, masculine violence". Phallic erectility "bestows a special status on the perpendicular, proclaiming phallocracy as the orientation of space" while phallic brutality "does not remain abstract, for it is the brutality of political power. Sigmund Freud metaphorically drew a comparison between "high achievement and the acquisition of wealth as building monuments to our penises." Contemporary scholars in architectural criticism have investigated the relationship between architecture and the body, sexuality, sex, power, and place.

The 102-story Empire State Building, located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street, is one of the world's most famous landmarks, and is generally thought of as an American cultural icon. Cited by Valerie Briginshaw as a symbol of American pride and "the ultimate sign of American phallic power", it was inaugurated on 31 May 1931.

Iran: Khalid Nabi Cemetery

Khalid Nabi Cemetery (Nabi means "prophet" or "Khaled the messenger") is a cemetery in northeastern Iran near the border with Turkmenistan, roughly 40 miles (64 km) northeast of Gonbad-e Kavous, near the hills of Turkmen Sahra It is a notable example of phallic architecture and a major tourist attraction. In the graveyard of the 600 odd standing stones (symbolic of tombstones of male and female genitals) some are cylindrical in shape, height varying from 1-5 metres (3 ft 3 in-16 ft 5 in) and the others are of rectangular shape with two upper lobes; some are believed to represent female breasts.

There are no engravings marking the dates of these phallic tomb stones but historians believe it to be of (Turkoman) tribal heritage who speak a dialect of Persian reside in northeast Iran and lead a nomadic life and training horses). They live a mostly nomadic life, making a living from training horses. as recent as the 17th or 18th century. However, the mausoleum or tomb on the Gokjeh Mountain is believed to be that of Khaled Nabi. The cemetery according to legend contains stones of people who were cursed by god for their sins and belonged to people who believed in fetishism centuries ago. The tomb is a religious pilgrimage place where women pray seeking boons for their welfare, by way of tying ribbons in close by trees. The isolated cemetery has become popular tourist attraction in Iran and a source of amusement amongst visitors.