[–] hypatia tired of it all 47 points (+47|-0)

I love the idea of adding scissors! That's such a great, ingenious retort.

[–] remove_the_veil 35 points (+35|-0)

I've always seen it as a sign of how immature and childish male sexuality is. They don't seem to get past that stage of being all 'tee hee, it's a pee-pee'.

[–] VeggieAnnie 33 points (+33|-0)

It's true. In really ancient manuscripts and ruins, they often find two things: dicks drawn, or paw prints where a cat walked on it.

[–] hypatia tired of it all 20 points (+21|-1) Edited

I remember female friends being obsessed with drawing dicks in middle school also, and playing the Penis game (which is just yelling "Penis!" louder and louder) I think that's more of a function of it being forbidden, though. I did always wonder why vaginas weren't used instead - but of course there are far bigger dragons for feminism to slay!

I’m as straight as they come, and I can’t imagine drawing penises on things. What even?

[–] Ronja 26 points (+26|-0) Edited

And not just draw it, they have to make idiotic references to it daily in casual conversations. If a conversation is light and fun, the probability that some kind of reference to cock and balls will be shoehorned into the conversation is very high. It of course depends of what men are around. I have male friends who are very attuned to the needs of their female friends and would never risk our sense comfort for the sake of "bro laffs", but it feels like these are few and far between.

I watched a stream on Twitch of a few acquaintances of mine playing a game together. They were three men and one woman. When one of the guys said something meant to be funny, using "eggplant", the usual euphemism for penis, the two other guys laughed while the woman awkwardly and softly said "whaaat...?". I could just feel how she didn't like the turn the conversation had taken.

It is tedious, unevolved and anything but amusing. And even if you're very close with a guy, even just silly dick jokes and regular references to male genitalia gets old very fast. It is not conducive to a nurturing environment for a woman. I wouldn't be sorry if I never heard a dick joke ever again.

I wonder if they think that the more we see it, the more we want it? Is this what male "logic" is like?

Edit: One word and one comma.

[–] Jellyfishes 26 points (+26|-0)

I have anxiety and one day I was talking to my male psychiatrist and he said what I feel is what men with premature ejaculation feel. I was speechless.

[–] SylviaWrath 11 points (+11|-0)

"Yes, I know you're struggling with anxiety, but allow me to take up your time here today to bring to your attention the plight of the poor penis..."

I can't believe he said that to you, I'm grossed out for you.

[–] Ronja 4 points (+4|-0)

What the fuck? I've heard therapists say things that I've needed to think some extra on, to understand what they meant, things like unfortunate wording or phrasing. Not everyone has very high intelligence or eloquence.

But what he said to you does not fall into any of those categories.

What was this supposed to teach you in terms of understanding anxiety and what to do about it? How are the feelings of a sexually dysfunctional man of any fucking relevance to your recovery? This is really a psychiatrist? Are you able to find a new one, a woman? I wish I had a "scary lawyer mom" mantle to put on for you right now and write some letters and make some calls. hugs

[–] Jellyfishes 1 points (+1|-0)

What was this supposed to teach

I have no idea, but yeah he is really a psychiatrist, he is even a teacher in an university. I had to keep in contact with him for a few more months because the meds he prescribed to me were working well. But now that they aren't I switched to a female doctor.


Aww thank you! But don't worry, even though he said weird stuff sometimes he never did anything physical. He just never said anything useful, which makes a bit of sense since he only works with meds and doesn't do actual therapy, but then he should stay quiet instead of talking bs.

[–] spinstah 3 points (+3|-0)

Such an odd comparison to make, seems like it's on his mind because he has it...

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Note to mod(s): this post is not meant to encourage violence at all, I just thought it was funny how she retaliated against their graffiti. Lol

[–] Ghostfem 6 points (+6|-0)

Didn't you know that drawing scissors next to a badly drawn dick is literal violence and means you want all men castrated? /s

[–] ccbean 17 points (+18|-1)

Anyone who’s been partnered with a man might notice they always want you to acknowledge their penis and talk about it. Sigh, like I don’t have better things to do.

[–] bellatrixbells 3 points (+3|-0)

I don't know where you get your men, but I hope you put them into the garbage after you're done, cause these are clearly trash 🤔

[–] marshmallowmirror 14 points (+14|-0)

I think they genuinely believe if we women just get used to seeing penises more we’ll have sex with them more, increasing their chances. Pathetic.

[–] WatcherattheGates 10 points (+10|-0)

It's really true . . . think about all those dick-and-balls flight paths . . .

[–] Killer_Danish 6 points (+6|-0)

I sometimes volunteer at a school. Guess what I get to do sometimes? Erase dick drawing from walls, posters, desks — you name it! Boys have no respect for public property, and obviously, neither do grown-ass men!

[–] sarahsmile 4 points (+4|-0)

Hilarious riff on this in “Summer Heights High.” Anybody know what I’m taking about?

That is one of my favourite comedies of all time!


Ja’mie was my favourite character though. I have no idea how Chris Lilley got teenage girl school culture and hierarchy so right, but he just did.

[–] SylviaWrath 3 points (+3|-0)

I have no idea how he got away with half the shit he did in Summer Heights High either. I loved that show.

I think it was cancelled last summer because of BLM and he wore fake tan to play Jonah?

I’m so glad I watched it. I hardly know anyone else who did (I’m not Australian), apart from one guy I randomly met years after it aired who used to say “puck you”. He looked so embarrassed when I asked him what he meant, before we clarified we were both fans! 😅

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