Op-Ed: How I Learned To Love My Penis at Age 55

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As a 55-year-old man, I’ve had a love-hate relationship with my penis for most of my life. It’s always been there, sticking out at inconvenient times and causing me all sorts of embarrassment. But recently, I’ve come to realize that my little buddy is actually pretty amazing.

For starters, my penis is incredibly versatile. It’s not just for peeing and having sex (although it’s definitely great at both of those things). My penis is also an excellent tool for scratching hard-to-reach places, and it’s great for flicking water at my friends in the pool. I’ve even used it as a makeshift pencil when I couldn’t find one in my desk.

But the real reason I’ve started to love my penis is that it’s a constant source of entertainment. Whether it’s the way it bounces around when I run, or the hilarious faces it makes when I’m cold, my penis never fails to make me laugh. And let’s not forget the endless hours of fun I can have with it in the shower, trying out new shampoo and soap combinations (my personal favorite is mint-scented body wash and honey-scented shampoo – it smells like a refreshing summer day in the woods).

Of course, my love for my penis hasn’t come without its challenges. There are still times when I catch a glimpse of it in the mirror and cringe at its wrinkly, veiny appearance. But I’ve learned to embrace its flaws and appreciate it for what it is – a unique and wonderful part of who I am.

In conclusion, at age 55, I’ve finally learned to love my penis. It may not be perfect, but it’s mine, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. And who knows, maybe I’ll even write a love letter to it one day.

So to all the men out there who are struggling to love their penises, don’t give up. Embrace your little buddy; you might be surprised by how much joy it brings you.

Lawrence Shipley
Delaware, Ohio
December 2022


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