Straight Buys Looking At Dick Pics
Here’s an article on a topic that doesn’t seem to want to go away: dick pics.
Most gay men, by definition, enjoy seeing (and doing other things with) other men’s junk. Straight men, on the other hand, do not typically enjoy seeing (and doing other things) with other men’s junk.
What does “most gay men, by definition,” mean anyway? I don’t get that. I think I can be defined as a gay man and I’m not all that fond of getting bad unsolicited dick pics. And most of them ARE bad, and worthy of a laugh or two. I think most of my gay friends (by definition) would agree with me. For the record, I wouldn’t have even commented if it had said, “some gay men.”
In any event, you can read the rest here. The part about the straight guys is funny.
Tom of Finland Emoji
I’ve posted a few things already about Tom of Finland, with respect to gay culture. At the time, I never thought I’d see anything like this. In case you don’t know anything about Tom of Finland, here’s a link to all of my posts.
Two months ago, DJ Hell released a video for his track “I Want U” featuring Tom of Finland artwork. (Don’t check it out at work unless your boss is down with public sex and light bondage.)
And now, celebrating the fact that same-sex marriage will be legalized on March 1st, the country is published their own set of national emojis — which includes the one above. (Finland is clearly not America.)
Millennials Sexting and Sharing Pics
This article about millennials sexting doesn’t surprise or worry me all that much. However, I’m not a huge fan of sharing pics without permission. Whether the pic is or isn’t SFW, I don’t think anyone has the right to share someone’s image without permission, including those taken in public places like parks and stores. I know one dude who hikes up some canyon every morning with his dog and everyone around him (total strangers) winds up on facebook later that day. Just wrong.
In any event, here’s the article I’m linking to now.
Here’s what researchers learned about millennials and technology:
- 48% of respondents say they sext at least once a week.
- 42% of guys say they send naked pictures at least once a week, and 50% say they receive naked pictures at least once a week.
- 30% of respondents say they have shared another person’s naked pictures without that person’s knowledge or consent.