Sore Penis Cause: Dry Humping

By: J Dugan


While intercourse is the most desirable form of sex for many men, most men are happy to engage in an occasional bout of dry humping (even if it may result in a fairly sore penis at times). While this form of sex is perhaps more frequently engaged in during adolescence, many adult men have found themselves happily participating at various points. As with many forms of sex, the experience can be enhanced if a man is practicing appropriate penis care as well.

What is it?

Technically known as outercourse (or, more accurately, as a form of outercourse), dry humping involves the rubbing together of the crotches of two individuals while both are clothed, with the genitalia remaining covered as well. In some instances, dry humping can also refer to one person masturbating by simulating intercourse-like movements against the bed, couch or another object while remaining clothed.

Teen-age dream

As mentioned above, dry humping is often a favorite pastime of adolescents, especially those who are still virgins. Because there is no skin-to-skin contact involving the genitals, the risk of pregnancy or of spreading STIs through outercourse is almost zero. Due to this, dry humping allows teen-aged partners to experience a physical closeness, a simulation of intercourse and an orgasmic release while remaining virgins and running a very low risk of unintended consequences.

Drawbacks

While there are many good reasons to engage in outercourse, there are also some drawbacks to this form of entertainment. For example, for many men, once they have experienced the sensation of actual vaginal intercourse, there is little desire to engage in outercourse (except, perhaps as a form of foreplay leading to intercourse). Dry humping may be seen by these men as a poor substitute for "the real thing."

Messiness may also be a factor. If dry humping is carried through to its desired result, the man will ejaculate while still clothed. The semen will accumulate in his underwear or trousers, which some men find uncomfortable. In addition, in many cases the semen will seep through the underwear onto the outer jeans or trousers, creating a wet spot that may be a source of embarrassment if it is seen by others. That wet spot may also develop into a stain, altering the appearance of the pants and possibly making them unusable for future wear.

Soreness

Beyond the untidiness associated with dry humping, it can often lead to a very sore penis - if an undeniably happy one. This only stands to reason: A man who frantically engages in outercourse is thrusting his penis back and forth against fabric rather than lubricated skin, often in a manic or uncontrolled state of lust. Even soft fabrics like cotton can cause chafing, irritation and rashes in this situation, not to mention a high degree of soreness once an orgasm has been achieved and a man can once again concentrate on something other than obtaining release.

Still, despite the threat of a sore penis and other drawbacks, even fully grown men may find themselves dry humping at various times. It may be a way to engage in some covert sex when exposure of the organ is too dangerous, and in such cases is quite welcomed.

For these instances - or just for those men who simply enjoy dry humping period - itís important for a man to regularly employ a top-drawer penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). To combat the soreness and irritation that can accompany dry humping, a man should select a cream that contains a high-end emollient such as Shea butter in order to provide much-needed soothing relief. Vitamin C is another key ingredient for a quality cream; this vitamin makes strong contributions to collagen production and penile tissue firmness, which is desirable after aggressive dry humping. Finally, acetyl L-carnitine should be among the creamís ingredients; dry humping can cause a loss of sensation, which this ingredientís neuroprotective properties may address.

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