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If you have about 55 minutes to spare, I highly recommend watching the documentary (for free) through the following link: My Penis And Everyone Else's.


From the website, here is the synopsis:

My Penis And Everyone Else’s challenges society’s stereotypes of masculinity as well as getting to the heart of why men are so fixated with their members.

Emotional, revelatory, and intensely engaging, this film takes on one of society’s last taboos and culminates in one of the most daring exhibitions ever seen in the UK, as Lawrence puts together the world’s largest collection of penis portraiture ever seen!

“I do think pornography and the way it seeped into culture has had some effect because it’s so saturated, it’s so become a norm that people are seeing sex and their bodies through a completely distorted lens.” - Rowan Peeling, Former Editor of the Erotic Review.​

My overall rating of the video is about 4/5:

  • Engaging: 5/5
  • Relevant: 4/5
  • Quick: 3/5

What do you think of and how do you feel about the video? Have you come to any new conclusions about your perception of your own penis or of someone else’s (e.g., a partner or partners)? Has this verified any conclusions you previously held?
 

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My penis is just fine, thank you, so are all the other ones out there... so why talk about them? :)
 

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I can't say I've ever been fixated on my penis, nor desired to spring a conversation with my mates about the biology of it. It's normal, urinates, gives me pleasure and provides it. It also needs frequent adjustment--poor location, you know? I've never understood why some men are into that sort of thing. It's sort of the same thing with breast implants. I see enormous cocks/breasts in porn and I'm like... "ewww." Otherwise, the only time I think of mentioning it is if I'm discussing sexual health/reproduction or seeing a doctor.
 
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