The varied responses to yesterday's post are interesting. Men are still taught to believe that the bits are too nasty to be seen by the general public, by "polite society" as it were. Yet, all males have them. They all function (if they do still function) the same.
The interviews and photos include men as young as 19 and as old as 92; their stories are as varied as the slight differences to be found in their cocks, with an exception: The life experiences of a majority of them were - at one time or another - made to feel ashamed of their penises. Perhaps it was in general; perhaps in the functioning; perhaps in the pleasure derived - but shame and embarrassment followed the bulk of these men.
Some had been laughed at, ridiculed; some had eventually been told their cock was beautiful and they didn't believe it because of earlier shame.
Gay, straight, transgender, and what one self-identified as "gender-queer," cut, and uncut. They worried about size,
they worried about appearance,
they worried about performance,
Dropping trou and bringing the cock out from hiding,
out from under shame and embarrassment, can only help us better relate to one another, to become better humans.
Am I wrong?