Women hate the part of us that makes us men. They are repulsed by how it looks. I have never and will never send a dick pick in my life, but I had no idea women found them so hideous. Whenever I ask about this, women will say "why do you care if we think it's ugly", or, "why don't you just cut it off then." I'm not ashamed of my sex just because women find it repulsive looking. Just like women are proud of their breasts because it's a sign of womanhood, my manhood is what made me grow into a man, literally, through hormones. Being proud of it doesn't mean I think men are better than women at all. Women are amazing and beautiful. I'm just sad that it is so ugly to women. I've heard women say you don't have to be attracted to penises to be attracted to men, but that's the part of my body that makes me a man. I think breasts and a woman's sex are beautiful, and they're just a dome with a nipple and a crack with petals inside. It's okay that you think dick's are ugly, but you get so angry if you get an unsolicited picture that you go on social media and say, "ATTENTION ALL MEN, YOUR DICK IS HIDEOUS AND NO ONE WANTS TO SEE IT IN ANY CONTEXT!". Can't you control whether or not you see a picture on Snapchat? If a stranger sends you a photo, just don't open it and be scarred for life.
(I know that the videos are about dick picks, but does seeing a dick really scar you so much that you need to tell all men that they are hideous. If you call the thing that's part of who I am hideous then you are calling me hideous.)
I don't have much space left, but I'll say that the MeToo movement on Twitter seemed to just be a list of terrible things that men have done over the decades. Why? Any decent man knew that Harvey Weinstein and any of the other guys who were sexually harassing women were scumbags. When you tell all men that they are shit for something that not all of them could control, the men who don't do those things feel terrible and the creeps keep on being creeps, though it is good that the harassment and abuse comes to light. Twitter is a haven for women to just spout hate about men. Just the other day a friend from twitter posted, "All men are ugly to me. You're all awful!" I don't think anything bad happened, she just struggles to find a long term relationship. I've also heard a woman say "the best and most loving sex I ever had was with a woman, I wouldn't be surprised if women dropped men. Which leads me into my next concern.
In general, men love women. They have a power over us and I could never be happy without women present in my life. Women seem to be much less dependent on man when it comes to attraction (or maybe not at all). Reading up on women's sexually, it seems straight women are actually into watching other women when it comes to porn. I could understand if they were just watching cunnilingus videos, but I was surprised to learn that they also search for tribadism videos, which seems way too intense to me for any woman watching that to be straight. One woman said. "I'm straight, but I just like to imagine the friction they're feeling "tribadism is two women rubbing the vulva together". I'm hoping it's rare for straight women to be into that but I'm not sure. To me that is like a guy saying "I like to imagine the feeling of being inside a man's butt, but I'm straight!". I wish women could enjoy the male anatomy as much as we enjoy women's anatomy, but some women prefer seeing a vulva over seeing a man's hideous body parts. Even if women still have sex with men, most women can't orgasm from penetration, so men drew the short end of the straw when it comes to being a source of pleasure.
The thing is I think that in spite of all of this, we guys need to love women and be kind to them. I've been terrified of women for a long time, but I need to remind myself that women kind be kind and that they are gentle and should be treated without any malice, only kindness. And even though I'll never believe that men can be worth anything to women, there are other ways to enjoy life than being with a woman, and women are great friends! And just because women think that men are not visually attractive and even ugly, I can still take pride in myself in understanding that there is nothing wrong with being a man despite what women think, and that manhood is nothing to be ashamed of.