When people think of “wild autofellatio” or “autofellatio in the wild,” we tend to have our minds wondering about what “animals” actually do perform this act in the wild.
What actually lives in the wild? Well, we did at one time. Our ancestors have shown that we all lived in the “wild.” Actually, some of us still do.
Some of us also seem to forget that we are, indeed, animals, too. Maybe because most of us no longer live like “wildlife.” But then, too, a lot of our animal friends live with us. Dogs, birds, cats, and the like.
People can perform most self-love acts if they train themselves in the proper methodology. The problem is that since “Man” has become overly domesticated, just like our pets, most of us have lost the ability to perform such things.
Part of this is because we have tended to put on extra weight because of our domestication. Another factor is that we sit for too long of periods of time that are bodies weren’t designed or built for. This alters the normal “posture” of our bodies. When posture is affected in this way, it compromises the ability for the spine and the joints to work properly.
We are also less physically active. We let machines do our work for us and we are now even letting machines think for us. We walk and run on hard surfaces that our feet, legs, and pelvises were not designed for. We wear high heels which shortens our calves and achilles’ tendons and affects the entire rest of our bodies.
We eat refined and processed food that inhibits our body to function properly. It does so by not giving the body the natural foods we were designed to ingest. Ever look at a bag of white flour? It’s enriched, bleached, and refined. Its actual food value is next to nothing. Studies show that rats fed enriched flour died faster than rats that were not fed enriched flour. Now, that’s something to think about the next time you eat a piece of bread.
If you offer a gorilla a banana that grew naturally and ripened on its own with your left hand. Then offered him a banana, with your right hand, that was picked before it ripened, and was ripened artificially in a methane chamber, what happens?
He will ALWAYS take the natural banana first, even if it is smaller. Think about that next time you purchase some fruit.
Humans are so out-of-touch with nature, it’s criminal. Even gorillas are smarter than us.
What other things affect our ability to perform autofellatio? How about stress? Sure, stress is a huge factor in our naturally-gifted ability toward autosexuality. Mental stress, that is. Stress manifests itself in tension and knotting up of our muscles and ligaments. This reduces are functionability. Our joints are then put under intense and unfortunate strain which hampers their abilities to function properly and allow us proper mobility.
Physical stress should be noted, too. Find a postal carrier that’s been delivering mail, by foot, for the last twenty years. Examine their posture and physical alignment. This is what happens if you carry a mail sack on just one shoulder for such a long time.
How about lifting improperly? Slouching in a chair? Weak abdominal muscles… The list is endless.
Is it so hard to wonder why more people don’t perform autocunnilingus or autofellatio these days?
However, today, the people who can perform such acts are considered “perverse.”
That’s a pretty bleak blanket to cast over a group of animals who would, in most cases, be able to perform such feats, if they just lived more natural lives.
That would be all of us.