There Are Men Who Want to Flash You So Badly They Have Created Their Own Online Forum
Yesterday we showed you video of a take-no-prisoners lady who was NOT going to accept a subway masturbator's attempts to put his penis on her lying down (so to speak). We admired this lady for her fortitude and intensity. And we questioned the desire to expose oneself on mass transit in this day and age. But, actually, it turns out that there is a whole host -- a forum, actually -- of men who desire to expose themselves on mass transit and in a veritable plethora of public places.
Jezebel explores "The Disturbing World of Dickflash.com," which is, in fact, disturbing even beyond the reality of its existence. We won't talk to much more about that because Jezebel covers the highlights pretty well, and if you really want to know more, you probably already do.
But in synopsis, we'd like to say: Yes, people are, by and large, weird. Yes, we all have issues. And, yes, these men are very, very, very sad. But why does the world seem suddenly divided between...
--Men who want their junk touched by other parties, whoever they happen to be, and there is nothing wrong with that...
--Men who do not want their junk touched by the TSA, and...
--Men who can't get their junk touched with a 10-foot-pole so instead put on a condom and ride the subway hoping for an "opportunity" to rub up against someone? See also: men who are f'ed up.
In other details we can't get out of our heads, the condom is to prevent leakage in "newbies," and sometimes is supplanted with an infant sock. Yuck, yuck, yuck.
Let's go back to talking about Thanksgiving, 'k?
Thanks @KristinaWeise for alerting us to this, because knowledge is...something. It sure is.
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