International Women’s Day 2018; No One Wants To See Your Penis; No Sex For Disabled Guy; 8 Warning Signs From Your Penis

International Women’s Day 2018

This is a huge day all over the Internet, especially on Twitter. I found this piece that I thought had some interesting facts.

The tradition began with the first National Women’s Day in 1909 and its roots are in campaigning for better pay and voting rights.
Today, events will take place across Britain and the world to celebrate the achievements of women and hopefully inspire others.
Here’s the rest. The theme this year is #PressForProgress. You’ll find that hashtag all over the web. 

No One Wants To See Your Penis

Here’s more from the camp of the unsolicited dick pic people. It never seems to end no matter how often they’re told no one wants to see them.

This isn’t an uncommon plight for college women. Men routinely choose to send unprompted pictures of their genitals. The unsolicited dick pic has become all the rage in the past few years, yet women continue to groan and block men. Solicitation efforts are in vain, because frankly, we just don’t want to see your unprovoked penises.

Here’s more. I’m not fond of getting them either, but I just delete and move on. I’m not fond of getting the vagina pics, because some women do send them. But I do the same thing. Delete and move on.

No Sex For Gay Disabled Guy

Here is a first hand account of a gay disabled guy who isn’t having sex.

 I’m not sure what it is; it seems no one wants to get with me here. Is there something in Seattle’s water? Has all the city’s rain simply washed away the entire population’s desire to have sex with me? Am I a bad date? Or is it my disability? (I have cerebral palsy.

Here’s more. I know a few gay men who deal with issues like this. It’s not easy for them. 


8 Warning Signs From Your Penis

I try to keep up with these things.

A numb knob could be a sign of poor diet. Each day, make sure you consume at least 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B12, from such sources as milk or beef, and 400 micrograms of folate, found in leafy greens.
“A deficiency in these vitamins can prevent nerve fibres in your penis from carrying signals to your brain,” says Dr Paduch.
You can read the rest, here. There isn’t one that isn’t significant and important for all men to know. 
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