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Dick pics are everywhere, and nobody knows what to do about them. I think it's your dick, and how you fucking photograph it. A spate of recent papers seeks to engorge the discourse—and explore just why men are sending these nudes in the first place. According to Cory Pedersen, a psychologist and human sexuality researcher at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, about 50 percent of the dick pic senders she interviewed had no qualms sending an unsolicited photo of their genitals. The difference between the groups came down to two variables: narcissism and sexism. Men who exhibited higher levels of both tend to send nudes without asking.
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And Now, Men Explaining Why They Send Dick Pics
Look, we should all know by now that sending unsolicited dick pics is not cute. Unless somebody has explicitly asked you for a dick pic or nudes, do not assume that pulling your pants down and letting them in on how your genitals are looking that day is a good icebreaker. So assuming you trust your partner, how do you even know what to send? Strap in.
Got dick pics? A study by security firm McAfee found that 49 percent of Americans have sexted. To better understand the mind-set of why men Snapchat us these mini-masterpieces, we asked them.