Does a guy's "package" get warm when he has an erection?
Question Posted Sunday October 11 2009, 8:55 pm
I was laying on my boyfriend on a couch, we were both on our backs. We hadn't even kissed that whole day. He was playing with my hands, and I realized his pants (where his junk is) was really warm. I didn't want to look because that would make him feel awkward. What does this mean?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? sobeg answered Monday October 12 2009, 3:09 pm: Yes your boyfriends Public area will get warm. along with his entire body during arousal. his penis will get a rich supply of blood pumped by his heart which will make his penis erect (hard) and ready for penetration. If he was not aroused by you its still possible for him to get an erection horomone changes that you or he will not have control of all of the times. Nipples go through a similiar stage. when a woman or even a guy gets aroused the breast Yes even guys have breasts will get warm the nipples will become erect.
if you just felt warmth in the area that does not mean he had an erection it is possible to feel warm down there and not have an erection. if his legs were closed heat can become trapped and that could be the reason why you felt it warm. Now if you felt something "poke" you or hard then he could have had an erection. I hope this helps [ sobeg's advice column | Ask sobeg A Question ]
Damian answered Monday October 12 2009, 1:59 pm: A guy's "package", along with the rest of his body is generally very warm. Usually, things do heat up down there when guy's sit for a long time simply because there not as much airflow. That area of the body does have a large amount of blood flowing through it for both guys and girls. I would tell you to not read too much into if you're uncomfortable playing there. Otherwise, it's perfectly normal, in fact, your own "area" would probably be just as warm simply because of where it is situated on your body. [ Damian's advice column | Ask Damian A Question ]
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