That organ is responsible for an overwhelming majority of the sexual abuse that happens on this planet -- that's what makes them ugly to me. It's less about the actual visual look of them, and more what they represent. -- And unlike you're original post, I'm absolutely not shy to explain this to anyone who would ask me. When men stop using that organ to traumatize other people, I'll probably look at it in an understandably more positive way. -- Yes, I do realize that not every man does these things, but too many do, and it carries that weight as a symbol. I imagine there are many other people -- of either gender -- who also feel this way.