Jun 142014
 

A follow up to “do dommes prefer big cocks? or small penises?

Essentially, the bottom line is this:

nude male with globe on his cock with the caption "the world does not revolve around your cock (despite what you may think)"


composite image by Dumb Domme (2014), based on “Standing Nude Male Torso 3,: (2012) by HenkyP, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license (CC BY-SA 3.0)

  14 Responses to “the world does not revolve around your cock”

  1. Great Image! LOL

  2. No it doesn’t, thank goodness, not least because the cock or phallus is a depreciating asset that isn’t even there for 99% of the time.

    Its fetishisation is due to the primordial role it plays in patriarchal ideology. I for one would prefer to be looked on holistically as human being, not as a mere appendage that has acquired a wholly bogus cultural significance.

    Lynne Segal has written:

    “But if Western intellectual discourses and imagery ARE essentially phallocentric, everywhere built on the ideal of thrusting manhood, how can we ever represent the desiring or assertive female other than as she has been traditionally portrayed, in terms of ‘masculine’ or ‘phallic? How can we renounce Lacan and subvert cultural phallocentrism?”

    Respecting and embracing the many forms of submissive masculinity might be a start.

    • GOS, I appreciate your response, but I have to admit it made me chuckle. :)

      Segal asks how we might think of strong, assertive, willful women without appropriating the language (or ideals, or symbolic/linguistic power) of masculinity, and you suggest we might do this by embracing other (non-traditional) forms of masculinity.

      In other words, you suggest we might ‘make room’ for women by expanding our understanding of men/masculine.

      Sorry, GOS, but that ain’t gonna cut it — that method still envisions a world that revolves around cock (symbolic or otherwise).

      • “In other words, you suggest we might ‘make room’ for women by expanding our understanding of men/masculine.”

        Actually that’s not what I intended to imply, but mea culpa for not making myself clear. ‘Masculinity’ and its bedfellow, phallocentricity, are toxic social and cultural constructs that deserve to be subverted.

        It’s possible for men to do this through submission.

        It’s not for me to say how women could or should do it.

  3. I’m so glad that the world doesn’t revolve around my cock. That thing looks like it would chafe. It also makes it real hard to put a pair of pants on, and I’d then have to listen to people say stupid shit like: “Is that the world in your pants, or are you just happy to see me?”

  4. Thank you for the illustration. That has really made it much clearer in my mind.

  5. A curious cat might ask what prompted this second round of cock talk, but I have a rather good idea.

    Though love how you found the world in pants pic so quick! hahahahaha

    • A curious cat might ask what prompted this second round of cock talk

      I love cock talk! :) I also love commonly misheard song lyrics… now please excuse me while I kiss this guy…

  6. “The relationships that truly make you happy
    will not be found with the compass of your dick”
    Charlie Quinn

    Source: http://mycharliequinn.tumblr.com/post/88385143150/the-relationships-that-truly-make-you-happy-will

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