Penis Size in the Media - The Way You Want It

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  1. Imported

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    TragicWhiteKnight: After DMW's triumphant radio talk-show appearance, I got to thinking how best can the matter be addressed in the mainstream media?

    Can it be substantial enough subject for an hour-long documentary? For TV shows, do the 'visuals' detract from the subject matter? Or is large penis discussion, virtually by definition, destined to be limited to more 'underground' forms? [if the Internet is underground. And for those of you with cable connections, it is]

    The main reason I ask the question is that I was entertaining the possibility of doing a 4-8 part series on 'Taboo' topics on student radio next term and penis size was one of the first things that came to mind: so, how would you like it being tackled? Deadpan or tongue-in-cheek (no fellatio jokes here)? In the form of interviews, reports, discussion or a mixture - and what else?
     
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    Dag: TWK,

    Absolutely! Go for it!! a 4-8 part series on 'Taboo'
    If you do so, let us know so we can all listen in.

    Several years ago when I was working on my own foreskin restoration (I had a website dedicated to this project called 'Restoring Branden') At one point (unwillingly) I became a spokes person for foreskin restoration and even was asked to speak at a NORM-UK meeting just outside of London. I believe, if you feel strongly about any issue (gay, straight, bi, penis size, foreskin, hair color, clothes, music, art, porn even!), take it into your own hands and do something about it! or don't?

    Keep us on the update. Peace brotha - dag


    edited, cause i kant spel shite!
     
  3. B_DoubleMeatWhopper

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    [quote author=TragicWhiteKnight link=board=meetgreet;num=1057417273;start=0#0 date=07/05/03 at 07:52:13] Deadpan or tongue-in-cheek (no fellatio jokes here)?  In the form of interviews, reports, discussion or a mixture - and what else? [/quote]

    Treat the subject seriously; otherwise, people will think it's a joke. You want to give information, not tittilation. Reports can be too dry and detached ... someone giving the viewpoint of someone 'on the outside looking in'. Interviews and discussion add interest and give the perspective of someone who actually experiences the ins and outs (well, you know what I mean!) of having a big cock. It is not a frequently thought of subject and might make an excellent topic in a series of taboo matters. Good luck with the project!
     
  4. benderten2001

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    TWK.....

    I have to agree with DMW----

    Keep the tone serious for the most part....giving the audience a glimpse "inward" of BOTH the pros and the cons of  being "big".

    Research as many of the threads here in the forum as you can to give you LOTS of ideas and directions.
    (There certainly are many of them!) You can kindly overlook our moments of spontaneity and humor if you can.  --We've had our moments!    ;D

    And, even the occasional "sparring" finally worked out
    amicably...somehow!          ???


    Most surprising to me over the course of being around this forum for three years now (and, perhaps the same is true for still other members here as well) is the great "emotional interaction" (both the seen and unseen) between the larger men and the average/smaller men.

    Some of the issues dealt with--insecurities of being small and (embarrassment over being large!) and how these feelings interplay among men in everyday life (i.e. friendships, inter-family life, lockerroom settings---the possibilities of this interaction are seemingly endless yet, so important! This "getting along" between the average, small, or large can either be ego-smashing or ego-boosting....it all depends. I personally have found these riveting-reading in this forum.  I have learned much from both sides!  I'm still learning, too.

    Then, there's the matter of accomodating the "size" factor in relationships, --whether a partner accepts a man just for his size or, if a man can still be a "suitable choice" for the really  more "important" reasons.
    And, this subject direction then leads into the impact in a woman's life of having a larger man. Sometimes, a woman easily accepts the larger size; sometimes she doesn't. Often, it's occasionally more than a mere physical adjustment, too!  Many compromises must be factored in for both the woman and the man to effectively deal with the larger size.

    Some of this illustrates the great misunderstood paradox behind the whole premise of having a large penis.  How many average joes and janes out there REALLY know this stuff?   --particuarly when a large size is such a sought-after commodity in today's society?
    Certainly seems universal, too---Bigger is better.
    How many arguments or rebuttals commonly surface to reflect the other side of the coin? And a debate is not necessary.  The WHOLE story of being large just needs to be told.  And, that is your program concept right there!

    You'll also not want to forget clothing matters, health issues (i.e. maintaining strong erections,) efforts for the average size men to desire and seek enlargement. Also, the "shocker" that some men so dissatisfied with being bigger wish for (and contemplate) ways (sometimes drastic!) to become smaller! --WHO would have ever imagined that?  That too, has come up in the LPSG in a number of ways.

    And lastly, but perhaps most importantly (!)  ---the issue with the younger guys growing up into manhood with all the overwhelming anxieties of "growing and adjusting"---either growing to an average size (or not) and accepting it or, those facing a life with a larger than normal size and what they are supposed to do to face the challenges! And again, not to mention all the peer pressure that comes as a result of growing!--either to average, under average, or super-large. These youngsters truly need direction (and reassurance!)  to get their lives on a proper course.

    TWK,  (and Dag)--you both just joined us this week.  We're all delighted you did. You're both proving to be interesting guys---exactly the kind we like around here!

    Put yourself in the eyes and ears of the general public and recall the shocking, overwhelming ramifications of being introduced to ALL the subject  matter you have seen thus far in the LPSG....remembering when you too, thought this whole concept of a support group for the large was such a joke! Needless to say, you have found out differently, haven't you?

    TWK--from this experience alone this week---you already  have your idea on how to work and direct your program on the "taboo" subject of a large penis!

    All the best!                     ;)
     
  5. Imported

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    db03: could you have written anymore?
     
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    You'll have to excuse him; Benderten's a pretty verbose individual, don't mind it. :D

    I don't know, Knight. I'm sure you're well aware that you've got your work cut out for you. After all, DMW did his "interview" on a seemingly popular gay radio channel. Dicks and dick sizes and all that stuff... I know that if I were hosting such a show and the subject came up, there's enough titillation and curiosity there to make it an intriguing story. Who gives a fuck if the interview's intended to be informational, I'd figure. Some guy with a big dick's coming in and talking about endowments... works for me...

    (N.B. not insinuating that gay men are all about the cock like that. Some might be; some aren't. In the name of human interest, dick size gets that kind of attention...)

    Number two: Is this university-sponsored/funded radio? And, as a host and assuming that the station's pretty popular, are you up for the second-hand publicity to come from the taboo topics? I don't know the protocol for how your radio station handles such things, but you might want to double-check that everything's okay before you get to brainstorming. And while you're at it, psyche yourself up. I don't know if you're a particularly shy or outgoing lad, but you have to keep a cool head about these topics as to prepare yourself for possible "attention." (I know you keep your dick under wraps; care to risk letting the "secret" out?)

    I... well, you asked if people can get past the dick of the taboo, and I really hope that people won't get so absorbed in the phallus as to override totally the "good" of such conversation, i.e. sex issues, protection, condoms, unwanted pregnancies, how to handle growing up with one, dealing with others. Some seem intellectual enough to handle it; others won't. That's a significant risk, and as a host, you've got to drive that point home -- to get over the dick because we're talking about serious stuff here!

    Just cover all your bases like Benderten mentioned. And while you're at it, before you go on the air, cup your genitals in your hand, give 'em a good squeeze, and say "Fuck yeah. I can do this."

    (Always psyched me up for the GRE, you know.)
     
  7. jonb

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    Seriously. Which leaves the standard forum for sexual extremes, Howard Stern, out.
     
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