Unintentional Things Women Do That Causes Sudden And Unwanted Arousals In Men

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“Gosh! I am so wet!”

“It’s raining like crazy out there!”

What registered was the first statement uttered when an attractive female co-worker walked into my office on a rainy day a couple of years ago. Her unintentional and innocent statement triggered an instant, raging standing ovation. I happened to be sitting down behind my desk at that moment and was I glad. It took just seconds for me to mentally visualize her screaming the words “I am so wet!” in an intimate setting. Sitting behind my desk, I was able to conceal the troubling evidence of my overly excited state. To make matters worse, her wet blouse was clinging tightly to her skin, clearly outlining her form. Talk about a torturing moment!

“Please leave!” I kept screaming in my head. But no! For the next excruciating five minutes, she stood in my office talking about an upcoming project. All this while, I was praying for matters to settle down quickly.

Then she asked, “Are you ready to go?”

“Go where?” I nervously asked

“The executive meeting is in two minutes. Didn’t you get the memo?”

At that point, nothing on earth except for an earthquake or fire was going to make me leave my safe zone. There was no way I was getting up from behind my desk. I politely asked her to proceed without me and to my relief, she obliged.

Please note that I am not a sex therapist or an expert. I am just a guy who has gotten a lot of unwanted and sudden pop ups over the years. Maybe I am just one frisky dude! My views, therefore, are just mine alone.  That said, I am willing to bet that my brethren have had very similar experiences and can relate to my plight. I speak for most men when I state that we do not want sudden pocket rockets in public which may cause wandering eyes to view us as perverts. While getting a sudden and unwanted pop-up may be a nuisance especially at ungodly moments, I can assure you these occurrences are completely normal for most men.

I am not objectifying women in any way by sharing my experiences with unwanted standing ovations. I am discussing biological matters that most men deal with on a daily basis. Case in point; men wake up most mornings already alert. This happens in sleep so we are clueless as to what is happening. That thing is always awake before I am. “What a waste!”

There are some universal turn-ons that most men can all agree on. These include things like women wearing sexy and tight fitting clothing, flirting, talking in a sultry voice and wearing a low cut blouse which leaves little to the imagination. My focus, however, is on the women who innocently and unintentionally cause unwanted pop-ups.

A woman’s physical attributes and words per se do not immediately cause an arousal in most men, myself included. Our strong libidinal desires cause the arousal when our imaginations start running wild as a result of something a woman said, a glimpse of a particular body part or an action she takes. Men are not only visual, we are also very imaginative.  Sometimes simply talking to a woman over the phone or texting can cause unwanted standing ovations especially when the subject of sex comes in. Other times, it happens when the man is touched somewhere like on their ears, neck, or face. A simple hug at church can result in an unwanted pocket rocket. We are not even safe in church.

God forgive me for this revelation. Growing up, I had the opportunity to serve at church as a mass server on a few occasions. Communion time was always a torture for me.  The priest and the mass servers always stood on an elevated position to serve communion. I was responsible for holding the plate underneath the parishioners chin to prevent the communion from accidently falling on the ground. My elevated position offered a bird’s eye view of women who had low cut blouses. To make matters worse, the slight parting of highly glossed or painted lips of some women to accept the communion put unholy thoughts in my young head. I was always grateful that the robes we wore as mass servers offered plenty of space to hide the unexpected excitement.

Permit me to share more of my personal experience with embarrassing and unexpected spontaneous excitement.

I was out driving with a female friend recently. She had on a jacket with a zipper. As we were chatting and laughing over silly stuff, she started playing with the zipper. She would pull the zipper down slowly sometimes and zip it up again. Even though I was driving, peripheral vision drew my attention to her every time she pulled the zipper down slowly. Maybe it is just me but she was driving me crazy! All I could think about was her taking off her clothes. I was beginning to get excited and I needed to stop her before things took an awkward turn. I politely asked her to stop playing with the zipper.

“Why?!” She inquired playfully with a smile.

“Because you putting naughty thoughts in my head, that is why!” I lamented.

“Oh!” she exclaimed. “Sorry, I did not know that playing with my zipper was enough to get you all excited!” she argued

“Well, that is because you know very little about men,” I said to her.

There is one interesting moment during my youth worth sharing.  I attended an all male catholic seminary high school in Ghana and a couple of my mates were in the junior seminary training to be priests. These guys were the most pious group of fellas I knew. I visited their mission house one time and as we stood around chatting in the dining room, a young lady who volunteered in the mission house walked in with a tray of water bottles. She lost her balance and some of the bottles fell. As she bent down to pick them up, her low cut blouse gave us a full view of her generous assets. I could not help but notice the silence which befell the room the second she bent down. It was so silent that you could have heard a pin drop. The silence caused me to look at my seminarian friends. They were all still quite busy staring at the young lady’s cleavage.  Men will be men as they say, right?  Even the most respectable men I know cannot resist looking when an attractive girl bends down giving a sneak peek of her cleavage.

Instances where a woman’s chest area caused me to have a spontaneous pocket rocket, are too numerous to count. The twin pair are a powerful ammunition that women can deploy to attract or distract men and cause all kinds of embarrassing situations.  Anything to do with cleavage is usually a guaranteed turn-on for most guys.

A woman wearing a buttoned up shirt may not be aware that there are little gaps in-between the buttons which offer sneak peeks of her assets. Depending on how attracted you are to the woman, the slightest hint of her cleavage will most likely, cause some wild imaginations.

The sight of a stiff “tip” protruding in a woman’s blouse can cause unwanted pop-ups in some men. Stiff “tips” in a woman’s chest area are a sight most guys will find irresistible. I had dinner with a young lady once on a cold night out in Chicago. I guess the cold caused her “tips” to stand at full attention through her thin blouse.  She must have caught me staring a few times because she stopped at one point and asked, “Is there something wrong with my top?” Busted!!

A seat belt and a purse strap are two everyday items women use without thinking of its capacity to cause pocket rockets.  A seat belt which sits tightly on your chest can demarcate and accentuate your assets. A purse strap can also have the same effect when you wear your bag cross-body.

Dancing can be an erotic activity as some dance moves mimic sex. Dancing in a close and intimate manner can turn on both sexes. Women, however, hold all the power with dance moves which arouse men.  Close contact dancing is a sure way for most men to experience spontaneous pop-ups. I am convinced women are painfully aware of their ability to tease men on the dance floor and most show no mercy.

We are Africans and most of our women love to dance with their backs facing men. If she is comfortable dancing sensually with you, be rest assured that her rear will come crashing, rubbing and grinding against your baby maker. Some women gain a lot of satisfaction in their ability to cause pop-ups in men while dancing. I was once on a dance floor with a woman who boldly stated that I could resist developing a standing ovation for only 45 seconds.  She was totally wrong; my pant size dimensions were altered significantly after 25 seconds.

Women have very little clues about the struggles most men endure in situations where words, looks, and actions cause instant sexual excitement.  The struggle is so real that when some of us are shopping for dress pants, we sometimes test the fabric’s ability to contain standing ovations.

It is quite common for men to opt for boxer briefs when out on a date or at a party. Boxer briefs do an excellent job of keeping everything in place; making the pop-up conundrum a non-issue. Placing your hands in your pockets to control the trajectory of your buddy in the oven and hold the thing in place works sometimes. If all options fail, most men switch their thoughts to something unpleasant to tone things down. I typically divert my thoughts immediately to a mean looking Nun with thick glasses holding a ruler.

Women are the lucky ones in the sudden and unwanted excitement department. There is no obvious physical evidence exhibited when they experience unexpected sexual arousal. Men, on the other hand, have to contend with unwanted pop-up issues in areas we cannot easily control.

I do not have the numbers to back up anything I discussed since I did not conduct a study on this topic. What I shared are my own hard facts based on my experiences.

Stay uplifted, my friends!

By Kwadjo Panyin

Author: Kwadjo Panyin

Kwadjo Panyin is a Ghanaian born relationship and lifestyle blogger located in Los Angeles, California. He holds three degrees; a Bachelors degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey, an MBA from Franklin University in Ohio and a Masters of Science degree from Northern Kentucky University in Kentucky. Kwadjo is a business professional who blogs for fun. His articles are about the challenges of dating and relationship anomalies. Writing, blogging, world travel, and photography are his favorite hobbies.


  1. Bernadette Okofu says:

    Nice article Kwadjo! I love reading them. I thought hubby dearest was just complaining unnecessarily. Now I see he has a point.

  2. Priscilla Brookman-Amissah says:

    Just fell off my bed, amidst laughter! You made my day!

  3. Esenam says:

    Hahaaaaaaha! The wahala of blue balls.

  4. Ugonna says:

    All the play on words in the final paragraphs 😉 or maybe it’s just me. Once I was apologising to a friend who would go on to become a significant other, that I’d missed his calling cos I was taking a bath. There was a long pause on the other end& after a bit he simply said ‘you didn’t grow up with a lot of guys. That thing you just said…’ so i learnt to be a little kinder

  5. Olivia des-Bordes says:

    So hilarious ! Indeed even the church isn’t safe for u!???

  6. Florence says:

    Nice one

  7. Florence says:

    Interesting I must say, will be keeping up with you, but I will need to know when your next article will be out.

  8. Simon Mumbere says:

    First time am happening on your blog. Will sure be coming back here. You spoke for the silent majority 🙂

  9. Nyang says:

    ???? first time interacting with your blog.

  10. Addye says:

    Nothing has cracked me up this year as this post did! well written. Some of those “unintentional accidents” though have been adopted to be used on my crush. lol.

  11. Domni says:

    Wow…I didn’t know it was such a struggle. This explains so much… I now understand some of the decisions my bf makes. My rep for him just really increased. Thank you & God bless you for this.

  12. UGO says:

    Interesting write up. Most men should be able to relate properly with it.

  13. Sunshine says:

    Even during communion times???
    And also when we use sling bags-Oh no????.Dudes have a lot on their plates.
    Someone just shared your link on Facebook.I like your writing.So best believe it,you’ve got a new reader now!

  14. Prince says:

    Perfectly true, big bro.
    All that you’ve said is very true.

  15. Kukuaa Asare says:

    ???? Just can’t stop laughing out loud! Kwadjo Panyin you rock waaa……lol

  16. Woman says:

    Vividly and beautifully written. You sure have a way with words, so many ‘lol’ moments. I think all women are fully aware 🙂 we simply find the realization a tad bit amusing. Kudos to the writer of this very entertaining piece.

  17. Ama Akpene says:

    Got me laughing out loud @Kwadjo Panyin. Thanks for tips anyways and oh keep quite and suffer. #JustKidding??

  18. Ndu says:

    True my brother. We have suffered greatly in the hands of women without them knowing it. Some hard-on don’t go easily, chai!!!

  19. Rashid says:

    Thank you for putting this out there. It’s a struggle for many of us.

  20. Mary Slessors says:

    Your article is on point, though I’m aware of the countless ‘accidents’. Haha! Nice piece.. Keep it up ?

  21. Sel says:

    Wow… Didn’t know guys go through all this trouble for everyday simple things…. Very englighten

  22. Asabea says:

    ????????i love this piece
    You always make my day. Thanks for the heads up

  23. Ditta says:

    OMG Kwadjo Panyin!! I have had a good giggle and laugh after reading this. Your expressions are just so on point. I burst out laughing in the first few paragraphs when you wrote “Go where”!!! No doubt this is one of your best blogs. Very interesting and funny!!! Didn’t realize men suffered that much? ?

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