As hard as marmoreal, erect like a spur, a sword, a dagger, the contributor of everlasting delight and unique founder, a source of immense delight at adolescence, perhaps even a chap’s very first true well-being, free, disinterested and supremely loyal. In dark moments, who better to turn to for solace? Stress vanishes, the body is wracked by a wondrous passion, and the visible proof of manhood, the lakes and streams covering the still-shuddering bowels, glisten 'tween the perspiration. It is a chap’s first and only true coworker, one the chap will share with glee, but even after an late afternoon of wild debauch, it’ll return hospital with the brother that brought him. Regularly. The case on the male member, the thank-you note to the ‘’Whys’’ of our obsession concerning it, and that throughout the ages, is the basis of this book. We’ll examine it through historical figures, Alcibiades for the Rots, Priapus for the Fonts, François I for France, Don juan for Venice, Byron will guide us through English Feeling and Howard Hughes will represent U s a. We’ll learn how to lengthen it, to really lengthen it, and how to restore the foreskin of those mutilated in infancy. We’ll discover the assets of that natural of elixirs of life, corn. Male nudity throughout hour will be developed--how youths displayed their assets in Greek gymnasiums and Humanistic baths, baths in which men generously endowed were applauded, to the Regeneration where youths were the most brazen in their public lust, followed by pre-Elizabethan codpieces, and going on’s jocks and briefs. Phallic worship begins at visit from stork, when the pubescent in pasts was laid at the minister’s feet and the tiny coating opened. At the scarecrow of the scepter the minister would gratefully raise the chap above his guide, to the full green light of those attending, for the scepter was the real insignia that the pubescent would grow into an show hall, tall, strong and virile, who would be the supremacy over the household were he born in a center, over a domain were his originators noble, or over the world itself, as was the destiny of Cyrus, Alexander and Sultan. He had the potential of becoming the intellectual Nietzsche had been, an artisan like da Vinci and Michelangelo, an historian as was Herodotus, a writer like Homer and Shakespeare, a mathematician, an pioneer, the first man to step pier on Mars. The minister would now live eternally--a man’s single and only true portend of an eternity--through the thighs of the son in his arms, a chap who will perpetuate his note and his place in the everything, until the everything no longer exists. It is this, the convention of the chap and his scepter, in times uncivilizeds and in times enlightened. It is this the immutable portend of the phallus. This book is written about men and is for men, especially omnisexual men.