My friend Katy has recently been to see the National Theatre production of Frankenstein starring Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch. You can find her post about it here. At the end of it she says:
Still, at least I got to see Jonny Lee Miller’s willy [...]And it made me wonder ... What makes a "good" willie? What is "good" for you? Size? Shape? Surrounding hairiness, or lack thereof? Some vague aesthetic beauty?
Good, but still nothing to beat Ian McKellen’s just in case you were wondering.
I’m doing a survey. Famous Theatrical Willies Wot I Have Known.
And here I'm talking in a non-sexual context; not about what makes for great sex with a specific partner — although they could be the same, of course. This is the willie to look at and appreciate aesthetically, and perhaps desire to know better (regardless of your interest in its owner); in the way you would appreciate Michaelangelo's David, sans figleaf.
And for those of you who like yoni ... What makes a good yoni? Again, what is good for you? Aesthetically.
Intriguing isn't it? And surprisingly difficult. We have enough trouble saying what we like in a face, and we see hundreds of them every day. And we'll happily discuss what we like about faces and other body parts. Lads in the pub may even discuss the finer points of boobs. Yet we never, at least in my experience, discuss the aesthetics of genitalia. And yet we all know they're there. And we've all seen a few (although even the most diehard genital observer would probably never come close to seeing as many as they do faces). So why shouldn't we discuss their aesthetics as well?
And, yes, I'm going to have to go and think about my likes and dislikes too!