Photo by Boris Jovanovic via Stocksy. Do you even remember the last time you got blue balls? According to The Routledge Dictionary of Modern American Slang and Unconventional Englishthe term blue balls first appeared in its current usage inthough the phrase was also used to mean "any sexually transmitted infection.
Typically, the blood, which stiffens the penis and creates an erection, is released after orgasm or as a result of a decreased physical arousal. Too much blood may stay in the genital area of some people who become aroused for an extended period without a release or decrease of arousal. This can cause pain and discomfort.
It sometimes actually manifests in physical pain, as many of these blue ball stories bellow attest, too. Someone who frequently invokes blue balls is comically referred to as as a producer in Smurf porn. The following blue ball stories have been gathered from all over the internet.
Erotic sexual denialalso known as orgasm denialis a sexual practice or sex play in which a person is kept in a heightened state of sexual arousal for an extended length of time without orgasmand is commonly practiced in association with BDSM and sexual bondage. Erotic sexual denial can be another name for or variant of orgasm control. One form of erotic sexual denial is the reduction or deprivation of all genital stimulation.
From the past few years I have been experiencing a problem. Whenever I don't have sex for 10 to 15 days at a stretch, my testicles swell up causing a lot of pain. This pain becomes unbearable when it starts and I have to literally sit with my legs tight across for the pain to subside.
Let's talk about blue balls. A lot of people seem to believe it's a myth, but this couldn't be further from the truth. It's a real problem impacting countless men across the globe.
Why in the world would you do that, you reasonably ask? According to those loyal to the practice particularly the men and women who post on the internetsedging builds up to a next-level, on-some-Zen-shit orgasm once you finally allow yourself to come. Bodansky who recently self-published a novel—a fictional work!
If you ask me, the whole claim of men suffering from "blue balls" when they don't get to ejaculate is just a ploy to try to make women to feel guilty for not "finishing the job" properly, or an excuse to gratify the imminent urge to spew and release all that pent-up sexual energy that doesn't know where else to go. The overwhelming urge and constant craving for ejaculation — either from sexual intercourse or self-pleasure aka masturbation — is also a symptom of an untrained male sexual energy. According to science, women have their own version of this phenomena, sometimes referred to as "pink balls.
In our testicle survey, the overwhelming majority of you — unsurprisingly — said balls. Some were lucky enough to have multiple names for theirs. And now for the sexiest bit about the balls….