Male and Female Body

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Is there such thing as a beautiful penis?

Alright, now I'm pansexual, so I love male and female bodies. I love playing with them. They are awesome. However, I was having a conversation with someone and it struck me that there are very few men that I want to stare at for hours. There are different parts of a woman's body that I could stare at for hours (I'm a boob person) and there are faces that I find very pleasant to look at, and women in lingerie are hot!

but what about men? I don't actually have a desire to see men unclothed. I have a desire to see my boyfriend unclothed, and I like interacting with his penis, and trust me - I love it. I think it's perfect. I just don't think it's beautiful necessarily. I definitely lust after my boyfriend, but it's because of who he is. If you detached his penis from his body (I cringe at even the thought, but this is hypothetical) then I wouldn't be attracted to that penis. I don't even like strap ons that have balls on them or look like real penises.

Am I just really lesbiany? Is there such thing as a beautiful penis, that when gazed at, devoid of attachment to a hot guy, and devoid of an attachment to someone that you love - can a penis by itself - be attractive?

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Brenda88

Brenda88over a year ago

Answer 1 of 11

penis

I think my guy has a beautiful penis, but if I didn't know him I guess it would be just a, "male organ", lol.

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oohlookasquirrel

oohlookasquirrelover a year ago

Answer 2 of 11

I'm not into "empty shells."

I've never looked at a male body and thought "oh, I'd like to have sex with that" unless I know something about the person inside the body. Until then, it's an empty shell; I don't know who the guy is so I don't want to fuck the guy. He might have a well-cared-for body, but he could still be a huge asshole. My friends used to call me a lesbian in high school because I didn't take part in spotting hot guys at the pool or in magazines. Once I know the guy and have some desire to have sex with him, I want to see him naked and enjoy his body, but I wouldn't really be attracted to a naked form without knowing who it belongs to.

A disembodied cock brings to mind those pervy, unsolicited crotch shots that you get from guys who want you to look when you're totally not interested, so the disembodied cock is normally a big turnoff for me. Tell me it belongs to someone I want to fuck, and I might reconsider. I would definitely say that I've encountered a beautiful penis in my lifetime, but I'm sure that others would not agree, and I can't say that I'm not being swayed by my love for the guy it's attached to.

oh, and I'm with you on the realistic dildos with the balls attached. I love a good dildo, but I can't buy anything that's trying to look realistic, in color, shape, or detail. There's something really creepy about it, in my mind anyway, if it's trying to look like a severed body part. Somebody must be enjoying them and more power to them if they do, but they're not for me. Give me crayon colors and abstract shapes any day.

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Albedo

Albedoover a year ago

Answer 3 of 11

An unqualified yes

So I thought about this for a while which led me a bit to distraction, quite fun I might add, and hence my answer.

Maybe it is just an over active imagination and the human propencity to idealise what they don't have imediate and direct evidence for but that is a whole other question.

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bld308

bld308over a year ago

Answer 4 of 11

Hmmm....

Our culture impacts us hugely. In Nigeria where they have much female circumcision, even the uncircumcised women tell surveys by large margins they regard their breasts as more sensitive than their clits. In the modern West, male genitals have been regarded as the ultimate obscene body part. Buttocks, breasts, even female bushes have been much more acceptable to be seen or depicted. What would be interesting to know would be this : in South Asian and Oriental societies which have phallus statues all over the place, do the women feel the same or greater levels of visual attraction for penises?

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Kinkster

Kinksterover a year ago

Answer 5 of 11

The Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

The beauty is in the eye of the beholder, my darling. I've seen a few penises (art, photography, scientific diagrams) that I've found gorgeous. If you know what goes into a penis, the mechanics and intricate biological processes, it's pretty damn fascinating. Proportion helps, as does skin quality. But also, balls. A well proportioned, plump, round, full set of stones is wonderful. They're kinda like little hairy boobs with no nipples

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JillOfFandoms

JillOfFandomsover a year ago

Answer 6 of 11

Nope..they're all ugly!

I think a guy can be hot, handsome, attractive, pretty, gorgeous... but that's all in his face and body. I don't exactly have a large pool to draw from, but visually penises (penii?) are just ugly. I'm sorry guys, it's just... they're all hairy and dangly and the fact that you pee out of them does nothing to improve the mental image.

That being said, I have no problem having sex with or going down on my boyfriend. I'm just not gonna stare at his cock when I don't have to.

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Simone de Boudoir

Simone de Boudoirover a year ago

Answer 7 of 11

I am a connoisseur of males and yes, the...

I am a connoisseur of males and yes, there are some deliciously beautiful cocks out there. But it's all a matter of taste.

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sexpert

sexpertover a year ago

Answer 8 of 11

I will just add that this is something t...

I will just add that this is something that I am genuinely exploring within myself. I find the female body overwhelming beautiful. When I am on campus 9/10 women that walk by, I go "wow, she's beautiful", but I don't even notice when a man walks by. I also love art that depicts the female body. There are some really interesting pieces of art, such as taking plaster molds of women's breasts or vulvas and then painting them with beautiful colours. I want them for my wall.

Part of me wonders if the discrepancy between how I feel about female and male bodies might be societal. Is this left over biphobia from when I first came out, and wanted to distance myself from the straight community as much as possible? Is this because I am in a society where women's bodies are the focus of attention and scrutinies, meanwhile men seem to get more attention for their actions? Is this because I see men as more "attainable" and therefore, I want what I can't have (ie: women). Is it because I am used to seeing women's bodies "cut up" (as in just one part of the body focused on) more than men's?

Or is this just something that many women find, and it's more a byproduct of evolution (evolutionary psychologists will argue that women are more interested in men for resources and personality compared to men who are more interested in women for genetic fitness, ie: physical attractiveness).

I could just be over analyzing it - I am prone to do that. But I was curious to see if any other women felt this way.

Btw, it was also late at night and I had three glasses of wine when I wrote this. I am very sorry if any men did not find the topic pleasing. I will freely admit, the penis gets a bad rap in society. I am actually trying to be self-critical, rather than critical of other people's bodies (if that makes any sense).

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S_Jerusalem

S_Jerusalemover a year ago

Answer 9 of 11

The cock has endured a lot of hate in th...

The cock has endured a lot of hate in the grand cultural consciousness over the last couple cohorts.

Even I must admit, by the aesthetics of today, the penis is one of the least elegant body parts. Given that, I think it's all a matter of taste (aesthetic, that is).

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scarlettewiththerope

scarlettewiththeropeover a year ago

Answer 10 of 11

I dunno if it's my artistic propensity, ...

I dunno if it's my artistic propensity, but I do enjoy just looking at nice features on people. When someone has anything nice (hair, skin, arms, boobs, dick, hands, whatever) I tend to just look at it and study it, think about how I would draw it, consider how the light plays on it. I haven't encountered many penises I thought were particularly pretty, but I have seen a few!

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COLTOR

COLTORover a year ago

Answer 11 of 11

I see your point, but I don't understand...

I see your point, but I don't understand how you justify this for females. Like, you didn't take the reverse argument: If I chopped off your boobs (heaven forbid), would they be attractive. I'd say no. But really, is anything attractive without emotion attached to it, either actual or perceived?

I guess what I struggle with is seeing this from your perspective (I'm pan, too). Like, I myself enjoy looking at people wearing things that suggest beauty. I'd much rather look at a confident woman in a bikini with legs and a neck that hint at what's covered or a shirtless man whose v-line suggests what's in his pants than a full nude. I don't really feel the urge to just look at boobs (c'mon...they're just boobs!) or cock.

I will admit, however, that I find the sexiest part of a person (to look at) to be their back. I don't know why, I just do. So yeah, there are parts of people that I could look at for a while, but they're not really gender specific.

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