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Adding the comment of Brian Pronger about receving fellatio as a "demasculinizing" experience
I think it would be interesting to the "cultural views" part the comment that Brian Pronger (Associate Professor in the Faculty of Physical Education and Health, at the University of Toronto, author of "The arena of masculinity") makes about men giving fellatio in his text “On your knees: carnal knowledge, masculine dissolution, doing feminism.", from the collection of texts "Men Doing Feminism" (1998):
I have argued that masculine desire is the desire to conquer and protect space; it is desire shaped in the pouvoir of the expanding phallus and closed anus. Being a homosexual bottom inverts this desire. Space is given away. [...] Giving oral sex works similarly, perhaps even more effectively. [...] with fellatio one caresses the insinuating presence of another man, voluptuously welcoming him into one's space, by cushioning one's teeth with one's lips. Rather than repelling the entrance of another man one does everything one can to make him feel welcome. Giving space to another man, particularly the most intimate spaces of anus and mouth is the opposite of masculine desire. When men eroticize the entrance of other men into their space, anally or orally, they are giving puissance to the deterritorialization of their masculine desire. The erotic event of being willingly, indeed joyfully, penetrated orally or anally, deterritorializes the bodies of bundles-of desire-with-penises and literally opens the gates to the freedom of demasculinized desire.
Why are the images of only under-endowed men?
taste and odor
Should this section exist? It doesn't have medical citations to back its claims and refers specifically to swallowing semen which isn't a necessary component of fellatio. Also, the quote "It may be that 'few women praise the taste' of semen" adds nothing and doesn't take into account males who perform fellatio. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 08:45, 18 April 2018 (UTC)