Al Gore seems to have a problem with masseuses. Why can't he simply pleasure himself?
The focus of our culture on the pursuit of the almight male orgasm has become the downfall of a lot of celebrities these days.
Tiger Woods, Al Gore, Mel Gibson, Bill Clinton, Charlie Sheen, the list could go on and on.
There is a lot to be said for the quiet desperation of the average man, who shows tremendous character by simply living with the awful truth that they are not able to have sex as often as they would like with their wives. The Average Man (the man from Flyover), does not have the money, charm, fame or like currency to convince other women to give them pleasure. The Average Man risks emotional and financial ruin, to say nothing of community scorn, if he gets caught in even the briefest of trysts.
And rightly so.
For one who takes the vow and sacrament of marriage seriously, I chuckle at the indiscretions of my more famous and wealthy brothers. I find a lot of humor even at those Average Men who dabble and try not to get found out. They think they cannot get caught, but they do. And do you know why? Because they ain't thinkin' with their brains, y'all! They're thinkin' with their Johnsons!
Live by the Johnson, die by the Johnson.
I am amazed at the huge risks that are taken in the name of that passing pleasure, the orgasm.