Everything a woman values most in life can be directly attributed to her husband's penis.
I maintain that most women's primary goal in life is to get married, and to a lesser degree, to have a family. I don't care what feminists claim, study after study reveals that, given the option, most women would rather be housewives at home with their kids instead of out getting splinters on the corporate ladder. Most women harbor a desire for marriage and family from a very early age, and often panic when their career ambitions push them into middle age without having achieved these things. This is not sexist, it's reality.
So if marriage and family are among a woman's chief values in life, she owes whatever happiness she finds there, at least in part, to her man. You can't be a wife without a husband, or a mother without a father, and neither of these would be possible if it weren't for a man's sexuality.
A man has to want you before he'll put the shiny ring on your finger and the pretty baby in your lap. He has to fall in love with your beauty, your intelligence, your sexuality. He has to feel that desire for you...where? You guessed it. He has to love your mind, no doubt, but never underestimate how much his body has to want your body. You should feel honored and flattered every time he presses up against you and lets you feel how much he wants you. He is paying you a compliment; not only do you excite his mind, but you excite his body too, the combination of which is essential for romantic, sexual love.
And as for children...where else do children come from? If you are one of those women who feel that blush of maternal desire, who start weeping at Pampers commercials and start plotting out your ovulation calendar, what exactly is it that's going to give you the baby you want so badly? There's only one way I know of to make a baby. Your husband's penis has the power to give you the beautiful children you've always dreamed of.
Yet many women spend their married lives trying to avoid direct contact with their husbands' manhood. They may enjoy sexual intercourse - in the dark, under the covers, only on Saturdays - but crinkle up their noses at the prospect of getting too close to his cock. That's disgusting, they say to their husbands, not thinking for a moment how insensitive and hurtful that can sound to someone they are supposed to love. Their husbands would never dream of saying such a thing to them.
These women contribute to our phallo-phobic society, in which the phallus, or whatever colorful name you want to give it, is all but invisible, certainly hushed up and shamed into hiding, or outright blamed for every act of violence or incidence of infidelity. Legislators in the state of Arizona are currently trying to pass a law making it illegal to have an erection in any place where alcohol is served. I pity the poor guy who has a glass of wine with his wife at a restaurant one night and finds himself in the slammer because she looked a little too nice in her new dress.
The sheer lunacy of this law speaks to a genuine disgust and hatred of male sexuality, one that is echoed freely throughout the bedrooms of the nation and in our culture at large. We even christen stupid people "dickheads", believing that it is appropriate to equate idiocy with male sexuality.
The simple truth is that most men would be euphoric if the woman they loved simply enjoyed sex with them, didn't criticize or belittle them for their sex drive, and paid more attention to their penis.
Perhaps this sounds a little too simplistic. Men are complicated human beings, after all, with minds and hearts and souls. They don't want to be treated like meat any more than women do, they want to be respected and admired, listened to, caressed, loved, comforted...not reduced to an erect cock.
Oh yeah? Ask him.
They want all of those things and to be reduced to an erect cock. Your erect cock. Men are as romantic and loving as women are, as sweet and tender and sensitive, but they are also potent sexual beings who need to be loved for the very thing that makes them so.
A man's penis is what makes him a man. It gives him the drive and determination that men have, it makes him do the thousand and one little things women find so endearing about men. It makes him strong and courageous, a valiant protector, a fierce defender, a world conqueror and an explorer of brave new worlds. It also makes him gentle when he wants to be. It makes him loving and tender towards the woman who inspires love in him and the children they create together because of it.
If you love your husband's deep voice, or the hair on his chest, or the breadth of his shoulders, if you love the fact that he is attracted to and in love with a woman, with you, and if you cherish the children he's helped you create, be aware that all of these things are due to the one thing that ultimately defines his manhood: his adorable, sexy, wonderful cock.