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NudeNArizona

Date Posted:09/01/2018 03:01:54Copy HTML

i guess this is a pet peave of mine but never do I refer to my genitals as “junk” I guess I respect myself more than others and am a little more proud of what god gave me. My so called “junk” has produced my beautiful children and had made my marriage stay healthy. So I cannot degrade myself with such demeaning terms as others so frequently do, maybe they have never thought of it or they want to bit hip with “pop” culture but maybe if others respected what they were given by their “junk” they might begin to help change the negative culture toward men’s genitalia. Let me ask this question have you ever heard a woman refer to her genitalia as such a negative term? I personally have never heard a woman call hers a “cum dumpster” but I have heard that term used in a derogation way. So next time you refer to your male genitalia as junk be sure to refer to your wife/girlfriend/significant other as a “cum dumpster” because I know I throw “junk” in the “dumpster”

John Howard #1

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/01/2018 12:25:43Copy HTML

Agree with you NudeNArizona, that's a pejorative term to use to describe male's genitalia, we should start by treating ourselves with more respect and remove that word from our vocabulary. If men are referring to it as 'junk' no wonder why so many young men wear board shorts and cover up with towels all the way to the showers at the gym. You logically would feel embarrasment and shame to be carrying junk between your legs. I reckon some women would keep on calling ours 'junk', personally I couldn't care less, but God forbid you called theirs 'cum dumpster' mate, equally wrong, I'm sure the warriors of PC on this board would not take long to edit your post and 'bring you to justice'.
mbannon #2

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/01/2018 12:30:25Copy HTML

This goes along with what I have heard, seen, and read from some people, mostly women, about them being offended by a man in any kind of spandex pants. "Eeew, I don't like seeing his bulge!" Really? That's part of what makes a man look like a man. As a man, I have never been offended at a woman's two "bulges" on her chest. I recognize those as part of the way God made her, and know that they are for nursing infant children. I sometimes find them sexy too, but is not what I'm primarily looking for in an attractive women. I'm not offended at a man's "private parts" or "family jewels", covered or uncovered, because this is how God made him. I believe that the only offenses are when someone invades your space unwelcomed with their body/parts and or is taking overly suggestive actions in an inappropriate setting. This seems to be part of a trend for 35+ years to emasculate men, show them to be dumb, and turn them into women. A well-known political commentator has said and documented this for years. When was the last time you saw an ad or sitcom where the man was the smart one, and not his wife? I think the backlash against this is the popularity of super hero movies and the Walking Dead and Breaking Bad types of series on TV. They show strong, competent male characters.
J_R_365 #3

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/01/2018 01:25:31Copy HTML

I have heard the term applied to women with large butts, as in, "She has a lot of junk in the trunk".
JayByrd #4

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/01/2018 06:23:28Copy HTML

I never heard the term refer to male genitals until the lady that does our (wife and mine), Brazilian waxes mentioned it one session. She has a number of gay clients and she laughingly told me that she's the only woman that regularly handles their junk.
SlimSuit #5

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/02/2018 07:53:52Copy HTML

mbannon: Spot-on brother!
32189 #6

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/02/2018 02:43:08Copy HTML

I recently have been thinking about this term and had decided that I do not like it either. Junk makes it sound bad, like something is worthless and needs to be thrown out. It is also what makes a man a man. Men have penises and they stick out. Women have vaginas and they do not stick out. I will advocate to those in my sphere of influence to not use the word junk whenever I hear it.
SlimSuit #7

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/03/2018 08:56:55Copy HTML

If a woman wears a conservative one-piece swimsuit it readily shows the form of her breasts (even if not well endowed) and the form of her pubic mound and butt. It does not even raise an eyebrow in today's culture. She does not have to hide her feminine features under loose bulky cloth. Yes, men have more equipment in the pubic area, but as mbannon so eloquently wrote, that's the way God made us and today's society needs to get over the "ewww factor". I saw a commercial recently where a dad was threatening his kids that if they didn't do something he would wear his short shorts. They showed a quick picture of the shorts he was threatening to wear and then cut to the kids reaction with disgust. Now these shorts were typical of what mens basketball teams and what was worn in gyms throughout the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s (maybe even as early as the 30s and 40s). Somewhere in the 90s society turned to men's body shaming, and it has to stop. I can't even imagine being a young man coming of age today and having to deal with all of the negative male stereotyping. We hear all about girls body shaming, how they have to deal with it and how wrong it is, but not a word about boys body shaming. No more referring to "down there" as junk!
NudeNArizona #8

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/03/2018 12:15:15Copy HTML

SlimSuit, thanks for your support! But as you and others feel as I do, I have yet to read ONE single reply as to WHY some men’s do this? Why aren’ And of the people who use this derogatory term answering this post?
sailor250 #9

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/03/2018 05:29:40Copy HTML

I think this got started by being facetious! fa·ce·tious. . [fəˈsēSHəs] ADJECTIVE . treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant However some people may think it's real. The issue is that the subjects- penis and testicles are there--- and they have different uses and men and women view them differently at different times. We're talking about casual 'near nudity" around here a lot and there's no word- coming at this from our angle----?manhood Family Jewels is an old one- that would seem to ?over value them in some situations? C@ck and Balls, D!ck and Balls seems to be ?too sexual- words we use during sex? But that doesn't stop some people from publicly using these terms. Once while wearing an enhancing suit on Southbeach a wife called out to her husband 10-15 yards away- he was closer than she was to me-- hey honey look at that guy's dick!
Martylouie #10

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/04/2018 01:03:13Copy HTML

I prefer to call it a package. Such as good things come in small packages. Or in the case of a wardrobe malfunction, the package has become unwrapped.
ithongit #11

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/13/2018 06:16:25Copy HTML

I am female but still don't like the phrase "Junk". My Dad uses the phrase "Family Jewels" which I think shows both respect for the male genitals and, and also indicates their importance ( jewels are more valuable than junk ). Package is better than junk. In my book, you should say "I liked the package in his shorts", or "he had a nice package". There are a whole lot of terms for a woman's private area, the most popular being "pussy". Others like "c@nt", are not popular. Likewise the terms for a handsome man can be dated of inappropriate "who thought of "Hunk"? and even making love have many common synonyms. Sometimes words migrate from one meaning to another. Did you know that in the 1920's and 1930's the term "making love" did not mean having sex, but what we now might call "flirting". Words are funny like that. Those that are commonly used to mean one thing usually will stay in place. (F@ck has been in use for centuries. You could have used the word with George Washington and he would have know exactly what you were saying.) Now we have politically correct and some words are being purposefully erased as being offensive or otherwise inappropriate. I know a lot of "black" people, but "Brown" would be more correct it seems. In British English, Brown skin is used to refer to people from the India area for example, where skin tones are darker than what "white" people have but not really "Brown" have (White?). Then of course there is "red skin" which now is considered offensive by many including some "Native Americans". I recently was in Canada and these people are now called Aborigines or First Peoples. I guess "Indian" is not appropriate since those from India are sometimes called this also. In the USA an Aborigine is often thought of as a native Australian. Crayola crayons used to make a color called "flesh" that was a pinkish beige or orange color. They don't try to say what color "flesh" is now. Kids can use whatever color they want, including many non-natural skin tone colors for humans like green. Getting back to my point. I hate "junk" as a term for a mans private parts. Hopefully someone will either resurrect a more appropriate term or make up a new one. Maybe even a totally new word that has no meaning would be appropriate?
The Swan #12

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/18/2018 01:40:05Copy HTML

I don't know but I say to those that do say that, "You might have junk but I have _______." a Wonder Wand, shagging tackle, manhood, or one of the common names.
JayByrd #13

Re:Why do so many men refer to their genitals as “junk”?

Date Posted:09/18/2018 11:26:47Copy HTML

Article from over 7 years ago Origins of ‘junk’ as slang are murky http://www.columbiatribune.com/db73eb36-a952-54be-8831-714d53c315e7.html
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