Ah, dick pics. There's perhaps no imagery more controversial since the advent of the camera phone than a good ol' "check out my penis" photo. And whether you love them or hate them, there's no debating that most men don't know how to send an actually sexy dick pic. Before I, ahem, unpack that last part, a little explainer on why guys love to share snaps of their johnson: "I think showing his penis is more likely to excite him than it is to excite you," says sociologist Pepper Schwartz , PhD, a professor of human sexuality at the University of Washington. Most men are enamored by their genitals and get a thrill out of thinking you will be, too, she explains. Still, some women myself included, btw can be totally turned on by a dick pic—if and only if it meets a few general standards. So, in the hopes of saving you from yet another "OMG, why" moment of horror, here, without further delay, the official rules for sending dick pics. Feel free to share as you see fit.
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2. Outweigh the pros and cons of sending a dick pic.
Dick pics are everywhere, and nobody knows what to do about them. I think it's your dick, and how you fucking photograph it. A spate of recent papers seeks to engorge the discourse—and explore just why men are sending these nudes in the first place. According to Cory Pedersen, a psychologist and human sexuality researcher at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, about 50 percent of the dick pic senders she interviewed had no qualms sending an unsolicited photo of their genitals. The difference between the groups came down to two variables: narcissism and sexism. Men who exhibited higher levels of both tend to send nudes without asking. Still, Pedersen has also found evidence that that characterization is too simple. They were hoping women would feel turned on. People have worn out their keyboards over that 6 percent. New York City has even tried to legislate against the practice, though any law would be hard to enforce.
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W hen Leah Holroyd joined a dating site five years ago, the year-old noticed a lot of men had listed The Great Gatsby as a favourite book. Holroyd found him pleasant enough, but she was looking for a relationship rather than just friendship, and he only ever talked to her about authors. After a couple of weeks, the bibliophile said he would be visiting London where Holroyd, who builds online learning courses, was living. He suggested they swap phone numbers to make arrangements easier. Nor does this just happen through online dating. Some men have used the AirDrop function on their Apple devices — which allows users to share files with other nearby Apple devices — to send unsolicited pictures to women. Anyone, of any age, who has AirDrop turned on at its most unrestricted setting is at risk of picking up their phone to see a graphic image that was sent anonymously by someone in the same restaurant, cinema or train carriage. Laura Thompson, a researcher at City, University of London, whose work examines harassment over dating apps, says the issue has until now been trivialised.