A head of its time
odd to think that a sexual behavior could have a history.
Would it not stand to reason that its history would in fact be
humankind’s own history. For
example, if we are to take the road of biblical beginnings, fellatio
would be as old as Adam and Eve. That
is, if Adam actually was a “typical” male and wanted fellatio quite
a bit. There, we run into
the argument that Adam cannot be a typical male, as research must have a
basis in numbers. If Adam
were indeed the first man, then “typical” cannot exist at that point
in our infant history.
examine for a moment the evolutionary theories of our rise to two legs,
escape from the sea and subsequent playing with fire, wheels and the
parts between our legs.
have primitive man. We have
a procreative behavior that produces offspring.
But, we were also given the orgasm.
The orgasm is designed in a woman to help move the sperm from the
vagina via muscle contractions, into the uterus and the awaiting egg.
In males, the orgasm is the “push” of creation, sending
millions of sperm bursting forth to their appointment with destiny.
let’s examine the mouth. Womens’ mouths in particular.
The tissues of the mouth, the sucking motion, all mimic the
vagina at the time of female orgasm.
See where this is going? Now
add to that a week out of every month that a woman cannot participate in
the fun of creation, not to mention a few hormonal bursts that send any
possibility of fun far far away.
proof of fallacious behavior can be found in ancient Egyptian art and in
the calling of fellatio “sore throat”, the Old Testament and more
recently, Greek and Roman poetry. The
ancient Greeks called cock-sucking “playing the flute”.
Quaint, when second only to the tale of Sodom and Gomorrah, Greek
society carried the ancient stigma of homosexuality and rampant gay sex.
flash – Yes the rumors of near-pedophilic behavior in Greece were
edging on truth. Masters
would take on pupils, always male.
The older teacher/younger male student relationship took on
near-godlike proportion as the State grew and the religions of the time
settled in, no longer ignoring the debauchery practiced by some deities.
The Greeks looked the other way when the relationship seemed a bit
strained from an outside point of view.
continued to be practiced throughout the medieval world. Although lumped
with sodomy, it held popularity as something that “held little
significance under the umbrella of adultery…”, unlike anal sex which
required actual anal intercourse. According
to twentieth century sex research and polls, over 65% of people feel
that any sort of fucking is “cheating”, yet for the penis to be in a
mouth, be stimulated by a mouth and orgasm in a mouth isn’t
“cheating”. Boggles the mind.
Congress” in the Kama Sutra describes the most erotic and stimulating
way to fellate your partner, exciting him with tongue and teeth.
It is spoken of in the sacred text as something completely within
the realm of normal, moving toward highly erotic, provided the social
prerequisites are met. The basic problem with the Kama Sutra, in this writer’s
opinion, is that its dryness more than kills the practical value.
many of the more primitive cultures in Africa and beyond, penis sucking
is used to replace sex as a form of birth control.
Apparently these “primitives” have a better handle on the
prevention of pregnancy than many more civilized cultures appeared to
possess. Many understand that the stimulation of the cock, by mouth and
hand, can result in a harder, bigger erection, thus leaving the woman or
male partner better satisfied.
the Arab world, the slang word for fellatio is qerdz. In Tunisia,
Egypt, Arabia, Persia, Afghanistan, and farther, to Malaya, from which
there is this sex-party account: The scene is the same all over the
room. While the man lies at full length on a couch or sits reclined in a
chair, the boy-kneeling or stooping-holds and kisses his penis, sucks
it, and receives the emission of semen in his mouth, right up to the
very last drop. “
really doesn’t take a huge leap of imagination to believe that
humankind has been at cock-sucking as long as we’ve been in existence.
No longer can we fool ourselves, believing that we invented this
behavior. Humans, unlike
animals, do not cleanse their genitals with their tongues. Perhaps being
able to orally please each other makes up for this little physical faux
perhaps, humans being the resourceful characters we are, celebrate ways
to enjoy the acts of procreation, reveling in the variations of fucking
and pleasuring available to us.
2003 Sex Scrolls