Following an overnight date during which her beau Robert wore his jeans to bed, contestant Sarah told the camera, “I don’t even know if he has a penis.” In that two-hour-long season finale, we saw the polar extremes of how women talk about a man’s dick — in praise of his virility and masculinity, and as a form of total and complete emasculation.
My mother married my father because, she told me in a rare moment of candor, she wanted to have sex with him.
She was 25 and tired of pre-sex fumbling and stolen kisses.
’” On Facebook, responding to my call for women’s firsthand accounts of how they have talked about penises, a woman wrote, “Stubby.
Sorry, Rob, but I was waiting for you to penetrate me and, um, you already had.
“I started to realize that the way people talked about penises — bigger is better, basically — was a symptom of shallow and unimaginative sex.” She did sleep with one man with an especially large penis and says, ”He practically broke my cervix. There is nothing good about a cervix-banger.”Small penises are not an issue for her, she says.
“I think that becomes more of a problem in a very standard, missionary-style sexual relationship.
“Like, sometimes I get the impression that guys with that big a body have a small dick,” she said, her mouth blurred on the final word, on top of an obscuring bleep. Maybe his dick is very muscular, like the rest of his body.
Like the hulk.”I must admit, when she said this, I pumped my fists in the air.
The idea that a woman is ‘a good piece of ass’ or ‘a nice rack’ is pretty diminishing, but somehow, when I turn on reality TV, it seems to be crammed with women who want to ogle a guy’s six pack and talk about his junk.” And now I feel ashamed for cheering them on.