Cock Talk

I last wrote you to comment on one of your columns where a wacko wrote about his love of anonymous sexturns out he was uncircumcised. Then, the very next week, anothereven worseuncut wacko shows up in your column, self-conscious enough about it to mention it to you. I wonder if you have ever noticed a pattern with this? Are there a lot of uncircumcised Joes out there with complexes about it?

If you sifted through the Dategirl mailbag, you'd soon realize that regardless of their foreskin status, the majority of the people who write me are lunatics. So no, I have no reason to think that the unclipped are any more loony than the snipped. Might I also add that I don't believe being uncircumcised is anything to develop a complex about. In fact, I prefer a man in his natural stateit's just that much more to love. And, as you know, the Girl of Date is all about the loooooove. . . .

Speaking of wieners, a couple weeks ago (Dategirl, March 12) a guy wrote in castigating me for my preference for a nice stiffy over a floppy dysfunctional penis (hardly a shocking propensity). Seems this particular fellow was impotent, and I offended him. His letter touched a nerve with many readers. Here are a few:

In response to that guy who was so worried about being impotent . . . just thought he'd like to know that if I met a guy I really liked and then found out that he was impotent, I'd say, "Thank God!" This isn't a request to set me up or anything, but maybe it would ease his mind to know that not every female likes intercourse. I personally don't like penetration, and it's definitely not how I get off. And I know I'm not the only woman like this. Most women get their orgasms through clitoral stimulation. And if they do have that need to be filled every once in awhile, there's always fun toys for that.

OK, you're weird. I can understand being understanding about your partner's sexual dysfunction, but psyched? I don't get it. The vagina is designed to be a two-way street. Unlike the asshole, it's self-lubricating and very elastic (you should see the giant thug baby a friend of mine just pushed out through there). Sure, not every woman can hit the big "O" via penetration, but I haven't met many who just plain don't like it (unless there's a problem). There are a variety of reasonsmedical and psychologicalfor not enjoying penetration that you should investigate. Because believe me, when done right, it's fun! If it's painful, you should have your physician check you out. If you find the act distasteful, please consult a shrink. It seems sad to own such a lovely and versatile organ and not put it to good use.

I must say I agree with your response to the impotent 29-year-old male. One would think that with all the medical advancements, he would address this problem, or at least search for potential options, instead of slamming the door on sex. I work in the medical field and would suggest he see a physiciana newer grad, at thatand look for a feasible solution to his "problem"; otherwise, he should stop complaining, since he is obviously making no effort to resolve his dysfunction.

I must say that I agree with your agreement. Thanks!

That poor guy you pimped for having a genetic problem? The one you want to put a splint in his cock so he can try and satisfy some needy Bellevue matron? Shame on you. That's like me tellin' you to get a boob job. How crass. You think sex is everything? All you talk about is dick. The poor guy needs love and the occasional sight of the golden taco. You say he has a tonguehow many of you babes will let him near you?

Me, I have a penis that is a full 8.5 inches long and 2.5 inches in diameter when engorged with blood, and you'll never get near it.

You know what? I'm OK with that.

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