Back when I was younger and more ignorant and misinformed than I am now, one of my exes literally made me feel guilty sometimes when he got a boner and I didn’t want to “take care of him”. He claimed that it caused him a lot of pain and he said that his doctor had actually said he couldn’t leave himself in that state or else he could damage himself…. So made me feel like I HAD to give him relief even when I really did not desire to. And that sucked.
Wait… it DOESN’T hurt them?
Boys get boners all the time for no reason. No, it doesn’t hurt them. If any boy tries to tell you otherwise, run away as fast as you can because he’s lying to you for the sake of his penis.
No penis is more important than you because you are a whole person and a penis is just a spongy flab o’ flesh.
Hahaha deff not I get boners constantly. Math Driving Light Anything causes them
Favorite answer so far.
Boners can get to the point at which they hurt (mind, this takes time, and either a lot of working it, a lot of teasing it, or both). However, once that point is reached? Getting off will also hurt. If it’s actually hurting, getting off will not stop it from hurting, and in some cases will even make it worse.
Generally speaking, barring certain fetishes and types of masochism, once a boner actually hurts, guys will want you to stop fucking touching it because touching it is painful. We’re talking about the most sensitive part of a guy’s body. The very idea of it being in pain makes us simultaneously wince, cringe, and instinctively shield it with our hands. Guys who say it hurts and so you need to get them off? Yeah, they’re not in pain. They’re just horny and selfish. Also fairly stupid, since not only do they not realize the inherent flaw in treating another human like an unfeeling sex toy and generally hurting their relationship with said other human…but they also apparently don’t realize that denial of immediate pleasure can actually lead to better, more intense pleasure later. And that’s just on the physical level, to say nothing of psychological and emotional levels, which are also as important in a healthy, fun, enjoyable sex life as they are in a loving, caring, respectful relationship with your fellow humans.