How to Create a Small Shrine to Your Man's Manhood

The idea behind your shrine is to let your Good Man know how much his sexuality inspires you (and, of course, that you’ve never been so inspired by any other man).

Photo of a sculpture of muscular man.

Photo © 2006 Andrzej Pobiedzinski.

The idea behind your shrine is to let your Good Man know how much his sexuality inspires you (and, of course, that you’ve never been so inspired by any other man). After many expressions of your love for his manhood, create a shrine of some sort to convey to him that you “worship” his manhood.

The rituals of creating a shrine and of worshipping his manhood (not in any religious sense, of course) are a ritualistic expression to your Good Man of how powerfully you are affected by his sexuality and how much you respect and love his manhood.

Your own creativity is probably your best guide as to what the shrine to his manhood will look like. Although the Asian Geisha may have a small religious altar or shrine near the entrance to her home, I suggest that you build your American Geisha shrine to your Good Man’s cock in your bedroom. Here are some elements you might consider including:

  • Naked photo of him, framed
  • Close-up photo of his manhood (hard or soft)
  • Collage of photos
  • A drawing of his manhood
  • Incense
  • Candles
  • A recirculating water sculpture
  • Small rocks
  • A short poem or note to his manhood
  • A single fresh rose or other flower
  • A small plant
  • Perhaps simply a framed sexy photo or collage of photos (including you, naked) hung on the wall

Occasionally light a short stick of incense at the shrine, or otherwise show that you “visit” the shrine, so he will know that you actively use it when you acknowledge or meditate for a moment or two on his manhood and on your relationship with him. Replace the poem or note in the shrine every now and then, and tell him to read the new one when he has a chance.

Py Kim Conant is the author of "Sex Secrets of an American Geisha: How to Attract, Satisfy, and Keep Your Man" (Hunter House) and has published three books in Korean and has written a bi-weekly column for the Korea Daily in Southern California. Conant has appeared on radio shows nationally and has been featured in Real Simple and East West magazines, as well as in the Los Angeles Times. Conant teaches a class on “Get Married in a Year” for the Learning Annex and lives in Los Angeles with her happy husband, Richard. Conant’s website: www.AmericanGeishaHouse.com.

Copyright © 2007 Py Kim Conant