Me: "The perfect penis should be 20 cm in size and have its pubic hair trimmed."
Buddy: "Nope. 20 cm is too long for most women. The perfect penis - is the one that somebody knows how to use for shared pleasure. Nothing to do with size. They sell vibrators only 7 cm long (less than 3 inches) - it must be enough.”
Me: "In our contemporary culture where esteem is all over the lot ranging from raging egoism to paralytic insecurity, it's so refreshing to read the words of men about their penis. I applaud their simple openness and rather matured self-awareness. It's unfortunate that it seems to be so rare in normal life."
Our society has so many hang ups about penises, it is good to see someone writing a book to examine this issue. Well done to the brave men in the book all of whom are brave for speaking honestly and seriously about their own penis's and thoughts and feelings etc. In the 80s or 90s in Lisbon there was a short ;) black and white film of over 1000 unerect penises, fading one into another. The variation was incredible.
I genuinely can’t remember if it was called Dick or Penis, but it was available at my neighborhood video store. Ironically despite more violent porn, we seem to be getting more prudish and neurotic about the body, or rather men’s bodies. Why is it we still don’t see penises erect or flaccid on billboards, on TV [rarely] in films ditto...
"My penis and I". Illiterate cock-throttlers!! I ask this seriously. Should this be "me and my penis" and not "my penis and I" or "my penis and me"? I understand that either may be correct in different sentences but there is almost a deliberate format to have "me and X". What is the reason for this?
Is it, an arch knowing that it is correct and a trap for pedant?
Is it a showy boast of informality and hints of intimacy?
Is it formatted to hint that some activity had occurred before?
I’m genuinely curious to know why writers repeatedly use this format.
When I look into the mirror, I see what "usta be" perhaps -- but that's okay, too. Yeah, it's great that men today have a forum for their comparisons and insecurities and books like these. Approaching the subject from the other direction -- confidence -- requires a "stretch. I wonder if world leaders and MPs were required to be naked in their parliaments and world summits, there will be less of pretenses and war mongering. There won't be stupid discussions about the ties and shirts if the opposition leader vs the posh bullingdin shirts and coats. If Merkel, May, Trumo, Putin, etc. had to meet and discuss with each other in their vulnerable nakedness, perhaps there’d be maybe a lot of more self-awareness. One can only hope. Of course, trouble is only men with a large flaccid penis would be in charge!
Question for you: Why do we only see flaccid ones when the beauty of this organ is its growth ability? Easy: Flaccid is for books ... erect is for porn. Of course, it's annoying having a flaccid penis that is long enough you cannot prevent it resting against the inside of a toilet bowl when sitting, but I always say to come back and complain when you are dunking in the water!