I've noticed that movies on We and Oxygen tend to either fall into the "all men are violent, abusive beasts" category or the "women have every right to dump a guy without any explanation the moment they run into another guy who is a high-testosterone bad boy, and therefore more attractive than the Nice Guy she is currently with" category. In the second category, the moral of the story is always basically that the new (more exciting, alluring, irresistable) guy is more of an Alpha Male and therefore it is only natural and right that she grab him... Of course, she still wants to remain friends with the poor sucker she is cheating on (without informing him that she is moving on to the new stud) and when he finally finds out (usually after seeing her and the new guy kissing or screwing, and without her warning the first dude) she can't understand why he can't just accept it. The metaphoric implication of these narratives is that it is only natural and right and good that women should not hesitate to move on to a new guy if he is more well hung than her current partner, and again, the current partner should simply accept it. I've only seen this explicitly shown in one movie, "Waterland," where the innocent young teenage girl who is just discovering her sexual self has a male buddy her own age, but when he and some other boys challenge her to skinny dip with them, an older boy joins them, a huge, massive boner showing through his long underwear as he strips (they actually showed this on Bravo, a mainstream cable channel--no doubt a prosthetic of course, but a vivid display of a fictional huge penis, anyway), and the girl obviously is smitten as she discovers the wonderful world of giant cocksize. The expression on her face when she first sees this awesome display of cock is priceless. Later in the film, it is revealed that she tried to have sex with him but "couldn't"... Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has seen other films with this theme where there is a very direct allusion to pensi size rather than just the usual metaphors for it. I suppose "Young Frankenstein" is the most obvious, but I've never seen it on a women's channel, lol.