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A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal: Dick Types II

…And  we’re back with more dud dicks of the large kind. We identified the lazy couch potato dick and the fishing pole penis in the previous post. Now it’s time to add three more dud dick types to our list, remembering that size matters, BUT bigger IS NOT always better!

Bad big dick type . . . → Read More: A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal: Dick Types II

A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal: Dick Types I

A Big Dick Is Sometimes… Just a Big Dick

Say what you want about how small penises are a huge letdown, but the one thing that is worse than a little man spade is the disappointment of a sizable man shovel that is obviously just for show, NOT for actually accomplishing anything.

So, you . . . → Read More: A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal: Dick Types I

A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal

*Hear more of my thoughts on large penis assumptions and what truly makes for penis power.*

The following post (aka beginning of a let’s-talk-cock rant) was inspired by the ever-illustrious and pithy blog commenter Mr. Thimble, who knows that size does count – and it’s not just a cut-and-dried affair…

A “Large Penis” Assumption . . . → Read More: A Large Penis Is Not Always a Big Deal

The Context of the Crossdresser (Part II)

More to Remember About Crossdressing Men

So… In the last post, I mentioned the importance of seeing every crossdresser within his own experience. That means keeping in mind that not all crossdressers are sissies and not all crossdressers want to be subjected to assplay by anyone, in any form, regardless of whether it’s . . . → Read More: The Context of the Crossdresser (Part II)

The Context of the Crossdresser (Part I)

No Attack of the Crossdressing Clones!

I’ve always gone on about the impropriety of and missteps that can be made in stereotyping people, especially when it just so happens that they share one thing in common – and that one thing is often completely misunderstood, feared, and/or triggers immediate judgment.

Take, for instance, crossdressers, . . . → Read More: The Context of the Crossdresser (Part I)