Curiouser and Curiouser: Considering the “Dick Pic”

4 Nov

By Liz Everly

I’m so glad my fellow Lady Smut Blogger Alexa Day has been considering the Tinder conversation from Lady’s Smut Girl’s Night Out. I’ve been considering some of the conversations there, too. I’ve been thinking about the “dick pic” chat.

shutterstock_153035351So, as you can imagine many of the women there were completely turned-off by them. They think pictures of cocks are nasty. (So interesting because men still send them, right? What do they think they are doing? Is any woman out there asking for these photos?)

I wondered if I was the only person there who was thinking I’d rather see THAT than so many other things I’ve been sent photos of. And I was also thinking it would be quite entertaining. But this is probably because I’ve been married for almost 25 years.

A friend of mine’s niece was sent a picture once during a family gathering. Seriously. This was a picture of her ex-boyfriend, who was pleading for her to come back—and so he sent her a picture of his erect “member.” (huh?) So, all of the women in the family passed it around and laughed for hours. The oldest woman there said, “Well, bless his heart.” That’s what I mean by entertaining. Maybe that seems mean? But that’s one of many things that could happen when you send a naked body part to an ex-girlfriend or anybody, for that matter. (In fact, we’ve all heard and read the horror stories. Most recently, I learning of a new girlfriend getting a hold of an old girlfriend’s naked pictures she found on her new guy’s phone. She posted them to Facebook.)

Except for the niece in the above scenario, the rest of the women in the group were married and way past the blushing stage when it comes to any part of any person’s anatomy. Which is pretty much where I am. But that’s not to say I want men to send me photos (please don’)—it’s just to say unless it’s in the room with me, as in-person and touchable, I don’t really care about said dick. And I also know how to block unwanted attention. Apparently some of these other women do not.

I look at the whole thing as a curiosity. Cocks do come in a variety of shapes and sizes and some women have very stroshutterstock_94118629ng preferences for certain shapes (and some do not). So I think if I were on the Tinder market, for example, where it’s all about “hooking up” a “dick pic” would be welcome. If you have strong preferences, you could sort through until you find the right one that also has an attractive face and body and so on. (Even as I type that, it makes me cringe.)

I think if I were on the dating market I wouldn’t like the way this works.  I prefer a little build-up, a little mystery, you know? (Just what IS inside those jeans? Hmmm?) The one night stand (or quicker hook-up) is nothing new, let’s face it. Now it’s just become more “efficient.” But for me, it feels a little cold and clinical. But maybe that’s the point. No muss, no fuss. What do you think?

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10 Responses to “Curiouser and Curiouser: Considering the “Dick Pic””

  1. Kel November 5, 2014 at 12:15 pm #


    Seriously. I’m more interested in a man’s conversation and his ability to dance than his cock. And if I am interested, I’m much more interested in finding out for myself than getting a picture beforehand. Because really… I’m not very visually motivated.

    But that’s unusual for humans. Most of us are almost completely visual.


    • Liz Everly November 5, 2014 at 4:15 pm #

      Yes, I like a little mystery, as well. Thanks for commenting!


  2. Elizabeth SaFleur November 4, 2014 at 6:37 pm #

    I think sending a dick pick flashes a neon sign over the guy’s head. It screams “last resort! This is all I’ve got left!” I find it sad in a way. That’s not to say I would look away if David Gandy flashed himself. For me, it’s all in the context. Is the man proud of his anatomy? He should be. Is he using a dick pick to say, “look at me? I’m so virile you’ll be sorry to miss this?” The latter is just desperate. In the meantime, I’ll find my inspiration on my own, thank you. 🙂

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  3. dellanioakes November 4, 2014 at 3:04 pm #

    Since I’ve been married 32 years, there’s only 1 dick in my life and I’ve seen it more than once. 😉 While I admire a well built man and might allow my eyes to linger on his zipper, wondering and speculating, doesn’t mean I want to see a picture of it.


  4. C. Margery Kempe November 4, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

    If I want dick pictures, I go and find them. I like to choose my viewing material, always. I have had some of my past amours share — what shall we say? — intimate selfies which I thoroughly enjoyed in my boudoir. But I’ve often been on the road far from them so they’re right in time, as Lucinda might say.


    • Liz Everly November 4, 2014 at 2:03 pm #

      I hear ya! There’s a place and a time–for everything, even dick pics. 😉


  5. Madeline Iva November 4, 2014 at 9:11 am #

    Apparently teens these day are sending each other naked pictures all around, see nothing wrong with it, no shame etc. I think we’ve done something right here, (it’s nice that so many aren’t feeling ashamed of their bodies, etc) but also something wrong. (Is modesty so bad? What if you really don’t want to show your body? Is the pressure to do so anyway very intense?)

    Yes, more mystery, sez I. Down with the dick pick. I did see a show however way back where there was a woman addicted to what she called “the meat check”. She insisted on a dick pic before the second date, and everyone else insisted she needed help. Here’s the link to that, uh, interesting character.


    • Liz Everly November 4, 2014 at 11:23 am #

      Hahahaha. Very interesting character. 😉


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