"Free the Penis;" Cut Or Uncut Penises and Sensitivity; More On the Importance of Penis Size

“Free The Penis”

I wonder if Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones has noticed how I’ve been posting about this topic for years, because she’s now stating that instead of more female nudity on TV, we need more male nudity. Actually, I think a lot of people notice it…except Hollywood producers.

“Yes,” Clarke said, adding that she would like to see “equal male nudity and female nudity,” meaning full frontal male nudity as well as the more conventional shots from the rear.

“Free the penis,” she said, sending Conan into peals of laughter.

You can read the rest here.

It’s a rather long one, but she’s not holding back.

Cut Or Uncut Penises and Sensitivity

There’s always been a great deal of controversy over whether a circumcised penis has less sensitivity. And now a new study claims it doesn’t have any less than a penis that is uncircumcised.

 New research has re-ignited the debate after scientists have suggested that circumcision in babies does not reduce penis sensitivity, despite previous claims to the contrary. The new research, reported in The Journal of Urology, studied 62 men between the ages of 18 and 37, of whom 30 were circumcised and 32 were non-circumcised.

Now that sounds like an interesting study.  I really don’t care either way. I think what you do with the penis is more important than than whether it’s cut or uncut.  You can read more about this here.

More On the Importance of Penis Size

This is another one of those articles about how the penis is so important to women, leaving out the concerns of men completely. It really makes me feel sorry for straight men (and women) when I read things like this. I know not all women think this way, but these articles make it appear that way.

But I won’t rant. I think we’ve all reached the point of PC overload lately. At least this one sounds honest…

In the study, women were shown a selection of 53 different CGI models of nude male bodies, and were asked to rate them in attractiveness on a 7-point scale. As expected, the figures with the larger-sized members were rated higher compared to those with, uh less robust genitals, and figures that possessed the holy trinity of substantial height, broad shoulders, and a big penis (a.k.a. Greek God status) were rated the highest. No surprise there.

The rest of the article is here. There are some interesting points about evolution, though.

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Unhung Hero: Film Review

Unhung Hero: Film Review

I don’t usually write film reviews here, but this one is different because of the topic. As the title suggests, Unhung Hero is a documentary…self-proclaimed as a cockumentary…directed by Brian Spitz, starring Patrick Moot, that discusses men who are not well-endowed. The title is parody. But the film itself documents a young man’s quest for answers after he proposes marriage in a public arena in front of thousands of people and the young woman turns him down because his penis is too small.

What I didn’t know when I watched this film is that Patrick Moote is a comedian. I’d never heard of him before the movie, and I think that’s important to take into consideration ahead of time. Had I known this I would have viewed the film with a different perspective. But to be perfectly honest being that I didn’t know this I found myself wondering if this was supposed to be serious or not at the time that I viewed it. I now think it’s a combination of both, and Moote used humor in some scenes on purpose.

In fact, had I known Moote was a comedian I would have understood the whole cheesy proposal of marriage in a public arena in front of thousands of people very differently. I’ve always wondered about people who do things like that, and the chance they are taking by assuming the person they are proposing to is going to say yes. It’s very presumptuous at best, egotistical at the worst. But then anyone who does propose marriage this way is clearly looking to get attention and they enjoy grandstanding in public. In other words, they aren’t shy people and they are going for the applause. Most people view marriage proposals as something private and intimate and romantic, and something that shouldn’t be shared with the entire world at large, at least not until after the proposal. But now that I know Moote is a comedian I see the sarcastic humor in the public proposal much better than I did when I first viewed the film, and Moote doesn’t come off looking like such a colossal pompous ass.

After she turns him down and he finds out it’s because she thinks his penis is too small, Moote begins his quest to find out how women feel about penis size, and how he can improve the size of his penis. Moote happens to be a good-looking man by most standards. At least I think so. And I found myself feeling bad for him throughout the film because he has all these wonderful assets and all he’s focused on is the size of his penis. I write naughty romance novels where men often have exaggerated penises, but that’s only fantasy and I don’t think most people take penis size all that seriously in real life. I know I never did. Before I met Tony I dated a male model who was not very well-endowed. I loved every moment we spent together and if he hadn’t been moving across country in a few months when we first met who knows what might have happened. I also dated a guy who was so well-hung it was difficult not to gape at him sometimes. I didn’t have nearly as much fun with him, and I found out that the reason he never took off his socks was because he painted his toenails tipsy pink and was a closeted transgender at the time. Last I heard, the guy with the big one is now a teacher and a woman. And the guy I dated with the small one is a highly successful real estate agent on the West Coast and he’s still all man.

And once again, had I known Moote was a comedian I would have interpreted the film a little differently…more tongue in cheek, pardon that awful pun, at times. But without knowing this I just kept feeling sorry for this poor, sweet nice looking guy who gets constantly slammed for having a little penis. He even goes home to discuss this with his mom and dad, and you wind up feeling so sorry for him you just want to take him aside, show him some good sex for a change, and let him know there’s nothing wrong with him.

He tries penis pumps, penis enlargement vitamins, and he even does this highly erotic penis stretching technique at one point in the film where he stretches himself over and over. That’s where you really feel bad for him and wish you could just jump into the TV, tell him to close his eyes, and relax. He’s ultimately so freaked about his little one he travels to foreign countries where they practice some kind of spiritual ritual that’s supposed to make men like him bigger.

I will admit there is one shortcoming in the film, and it’s not Moote’s penis. And I post about this all the time here on the blog, and how it’s become such a double standard. I’m talking about male full frontal nudity in all films, or lack of it. Because each time you think Moote is going to show you his penis he backs off. And with a nice-looking guy like Moote, and a film title like Unhung Hero, I think viewers should at least get a decent detailed view of what everyone in the film is talking about. I’m not saying we need close-ups. But it would have been interesting to see at least one in-depth shot of Moote walking around without his pants. I don’t think that would have been in poor taste. But like almost all films (even those with full frontal nudity scenes that just flash), this one leaves the viewer to his or her own imagination.

Aside from that, it’s the kind of film that makes you think and wonder after you’ve seen it. The penis enlargement industry isn’t going broke and you have to wonder why men like Moote are so obsessed with their size. And when you think about how many other men there are like Moote you come to the conclusion that it’s high time someone finally started talking about this issue openly. And it’s done with humor in a tasteful way, and it’s compassionate. There’s nothing obscene or dirty about it. But in the same respect, it’s not too clinical either. We get to know Moote as a man, we don’t care about his size, and he comes off looking even more adorable in the end.

Cheaters Go For Ugly; More Full Frontal Nudity; October Gay History


Cheaters Go For Ugly

This article is all about cheating spouses…or lovers. It’s interesting because the information comes from a survey done by a web site that is geared toward married people looking to cheat on their spouses. And it gets even more interesting when most of the cheaters admit that the people they cheat with are NOT as attractive as their husbands, wives, or partners.

Interestingly, male respondents said they consider their significant others superior to their affair partners in other ways as well. Only 30 percent of men cheated with women younger than their current partners, and only a quarter of the men found their mistresses more interesting or more in shape than their partners.

So why cheat at all? Men admitted that they found their mistresses to be more passionate, better listeners and more caring than their significant others.

The article mentions women in the survey. Oh yes, women cheat, too. This only stands reason. The straight men on that web site are NOT cheating with other straight men.

More Full Frontal Nudity

According to this article, female TV viewers want more full frontal nudity. And there’s a video to prove it.

I hope HBO executives take these ladies’ threats to heart. They’re tired of getting the shaft and instead want to see the shaft. HBO’s female viewers argue for a little more genital equality in a hilarious new clip from College Humor. They have a huge boner to pick with the network. They definitely have my support 😉

Like most articles of this nature I’ve posted about before, this one also mentions that the balance between male full frontal nudity and female full frontal nudity on TV or in films is tipped to one side. And women are not only tired of that, they are now speaking up about it. They even mention the TV show, Hung, on HBO, which is virtually all about a guy with a big dong and no one ever got to see it once. Frankly, I hear these women loudly and clearly. If you’re going to produce a TV show about penis, show penis. And if the guy who is starring in the TV show or film isn’t hung, get one who is.

I don’t like to post photos anymore, but I can link to them.

For a great male full frontal photo, you can go here at Wiki Commons…This guy could star in Hung.

October Gay History

October is Gay History month, and I always find it interesting to read about gay history because there’s so little of it. At least compared to other minorities. When I did research for a gay historical romance with two gay characters on the Titanic, I found virtually nothing dealing with the Edwardian era. And that’s because being gay was kept so hidden. In fact, up until the 1970’s the word gay wasn’t even used in reference to homosexuality.

From my post with the link above:

It’s not going to be too long because there’s not much to add about the sinking of the Titanic we don’t already know, and there’s also not much info out there about being gay at the end of the Edwardian Era because no one with any amount of sense would have admitted to it.

So most gay history is post 1969, and this article mentions three significant events I never knew before.

1973: Dr. Howard Brown, former New York City Health Administrator, made history when he came out of the closet in a speech in front of 600 colleagues. He later became the director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

You can read more here

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