Note: Guys, when a woman (or in this case someone who's pretending to be one) posts a note about wanting to trade sensual but definitely not sexual massages it's probably not as unique an idea as you probably think to send her urology-conference-quality photos of your erection. Even if you have a conference-quality erection!
Oh, and "your erection plus your abs" probably doesn't count as creative variation.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying nobody wants to look at your erection. Plenty of women probably do.
But, you know, usually when people greet each other they do two things:
- They make eye contact
- They extend their hands and shake them.
Neither of these things seems feasible in photos that
- Don't include faces or eyes
- Include something to shake but no hands.
Quick role reversal for straight men with the impulse to send photos of their erections to women who say they want to exchange sensual but definitely not sexual massages.
Let's say you put an ad on Craigslist requesting something fairly neutral like, say, someone to go fishing with and pretty much all the replies were photos of men with erections but no eyes or hands.
Setting aside the question of whether or not you like erections or photos thereof (because if you were actually a hetero woman you might like them) consider the question of whether photos of erections are actually responsive to your request for a fishing companion.
Consider further whether, if deciding from an array of potential fishing partners the optimal criteria to be... their erections and, possibly, their erections plus abs.
Even if, again, in other circumstances... like if, say, a woman (or someone posing as a woman) posted an ad saying "send me photos of your erections, and sometime abs," those photos would not just welcome but appropriate.
I should not, by the way, that by far the majority of replies do not include photos of erections. So this isn't an attempt at tarring all men with one brush. But! Again, for those who do, gee whillikers, guys!
Get a grip! (Oh wait!)