During that time I chatted to and met some outstanding gentlemen, some questionable characters and some out and out bastards. And while those times are significantly behind me, I have some distinct memories that will forever be etched in my heart. Namely one man who asked my favourite song and proceeded to send me a video spinning his dick to my now tainted loved anthem. User Drop16 prompted the conversation by simply asking the men of Reddit what they hope to achieve by sending unsolicited images. Not sure what I thought was going to happen.
Emily Sears, a model based in LA, has opened up the opportunity for her 2. I became absolutely fed up with these kinds of disturbing and disgusting messages and comments online. So, Emily decided one day to let the girlfriends and wives of the men who send these photos know what their partner is doing on social media. I think my followers are slowly getting the message. Be sure to read the rest of the story here. To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.
TikToker shares her secret to dealing with dick pics and it's hilarious!
We began discussing whether any woman actually likes receiving them. As a woman myself, I know that if I ever see an unsolicited dick pic it pretty much ruins my day. There's a certain kind of bloke who sends them randomly, and I'll be honest. It isn't impressive. It doesn't make you seem any more attractive.
But when it comes to aesthetics purposes and actually showing it off, there are good ways to highlight the peen…and not so great ways to accentuate the peen. Basically: Share this article with any penis-haver you know. Oh, and hopefully this goes without saying but dick pics should always—and I mean always—be consensual. Someone should explicitly say they want one before you send one. It's illegal.