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Originally posted by whampoa at 2006-5-31 06:20
So what if boys experienced erection from birth? Does it mean he knows sex and desires it from birth? Does a baby boy sucking his mother’s nipples mean he is satisfying his sexual desire and not his hunger? If going by Freakyqi’s (flawed) sexual knowledge it would mean that boys should be separated from girls from young.
Someone asked how a penis could be erect at age 7. So I answered, correctly. Penises can become erect anytime, any age, anywhere, even in the womb, as I said, and now another person said, and as you would find out if you look it up in any medical books. Ask any man or mother of a little boy (me, BTW). And I said in that other post that it has nothing to do with sex, so don't go all bringing that into your sentences about me. Thanks.
Here's a scenario meant to bring a giggle:
Imagine you have to go somewhere, and your little infant baby boy is napping. But you must bring him, and you must change his diaper first (imagine you use diapers). So, he is still mostly asleep when you remove his diaper, and *boing* his little weenie pops out of it as you take it off! Oh, no, so you clean him anyway, but then you have to put a new clean diaper on.... he will be in the car for a while, and when he wakes up he will probably pee soon after..... so you have to put this diaper on an erect little wee-wee, hoping you don't hurt it, putting it on loosely, especially if you're the mom and don't know how much it can bend without hurting.... *sigh*....... Then you hope he doesn't just pee out the top of the diaper anyway....
And please, my infant son was no freak, it happens to all baby boys. Every man in this room who wore diapers had their moms go through the same little thing. We know!
[ Last edited by freakyqi at 2006-5-31 12:05 PM ]