"First I started with the obvious categories, like size, circumference and then I went on the dirty stuff and added everything that my mind could think of absolutely shamelessly," said Szücs.
And, when he says "everything," he really means it.
Have you ever received an unsolicited d*ck pic from a paramour and thought, "What the hell was he thinking?
" This morning, I crowdsourced a number of my (intelligent, analytical, articulate and doofy) guy friends on the topic.
I would be into that – if you communicated a little more clearly and directly. Nine out of ten times, if a person asks in a respectful and upfront manner to send me a nude photo, I will most likely accept that offer, and then give – ahem – appropriate feedback.After you take a photo or upload an existing photo to Moments, your matches will be notified and they can swipe left or right on the Moment.You'll be able to see who liked your Moment and based on that list, you can start chatting with them.Both my professional work and personal life have exposed me to healthy and unhealthy behaviors within romantic and/or sexual relationships.There was a man I had sex with over a year ago who was visiting from out of town.Wanting to express your sexuality and sexual desires isn’t wrong, but without consent, the way you’re going about it is part of rape culture.I’ll expand upon this later, but keep this in mind as you think about your actions in this article. I’m also in school to be a psychologist and a domestic violence and sexual assault peer counselor. Maybe your picture of a pitched tent is an attempt to ask me out camping with you.But, here’s the catch: You have to be genuinely asking.For when someone creepy inevitable posts something unsavory in their Moments, you can opt out of seeing their Moments. The idea of sending out an intimate photo of your genitals to someone you quite fancy is terrifying. Behold the "Dick Code," a way to share a unique and anatomically accurate image of your penis without actually taking a photo of it.