This is my review of photographer Laura Dodsworth’s Me and my penis: 100 men reveal all. It all looks a bit sad to be honest with you. It’s lazy not to have used models who would have shown their faces as well as their cocks. It looks like the men are ashamed of their cocks. her “art” has received widespread critical acclaim, but I think it’s fucking rubbish. So I have decided to do my own exhibition. Mine is different to Dodsworths as it’s about being proud of your penis. It’s about showing your cock in all their glory. It’s not your cock that makes you recieve widespread critical acclaim, it is what it’s attached to, that does that.

Me & My HaPenis – Artist God

30 thoughts on “Me & My Penis

  1. Yeah that was absolute trash. I saw the full gallery and she has clearly picked out the worst looking cocks she could find. Small, shriveled, withered flaps of skin, all of then. I have honestly never seen even a flaccid cock look that pathetic IRL. Bedroom, locker room, beach, or what have you – never.
    She’s also used some kind of weird lens distortion that make hips look wide and the bodies pear shaped, even the men who clearly go to gym. More proof that feminist women want men to become hairy women with penises. Their agenda is to eradicate masculinity, in order to make men more pliable and controllable – and that agenda is what guided her image choices. She showed men exactly like she she wants them. Flaccid, pathetic, and above all, disempowered.

    As masculine homo, I feel like we’ll soon be the last bastion of traditional masculinity left, because we’re clearly the only ones left to truly appreciate it. To LIVE it.

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