Bhutanize us

the Bhutanese paint phalluses on their buildings for protection and fertility.

I vote for us doing the same, if only to raise our comfortable-with-self quotient.

and my added wish - I hope that these symbols of fertility would also offer us all the most fertile creativity this human race has ever seen so that we may empathetically handle the issues of our day.

a brick house needs a brick prosperity decoration (spewing tiny briquettes - where did you Think we got them?)

even though Bhutan does this with the phallus, it seems a tad out of balance since fertility is the result of both sides and since protection can come not only from physical power but from a well placed word of understanding ... that is if we're gonna talk stereotype generalities here. I think there's room to add the vulva as well in this way. not a good idea? it's coming soon unless you can help me see the errors of my ways.

friend's Bhutanized alcove. I admit I do not know where the corset inspiration came from. that's the risk you take with having your house Bhutanized by me.

or maybe that could actually be a bustier?

would you like a special wall or entryway Bhutanized? I'm offering free house Bhutanizations while supplies last!

what is a house Bhutanization? it's my offering of fertility and protection by enhancing a wall space around your home with the image of a colorful energetic playful phallus or vulva.

of course, my version is a phallus or vulva photoshopped onto an image you provide.

I may post nonidentifying images on my website unless you give me permission to post images that look like "your house" or "your hut."

contact me if you'd like your piece of this free service!

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