There's this one - http://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/paul-gallen-reveals-which-nsw-blues-squad-member-has-the-most-to-show-off-in-the-sheds/news-story/8582421854e9214a1844caeea59a959a.
Last week it was this - http://www.news.com.au/sport/cricket/jamaican-cricketer-chris-gayle-makes-controversial-comments-to-female-journalist-about-sex-and-equality/news-story/ed17a5ddb4e45f5ad0f0c1cf3e125e08
The first article is about Kyle Sandilands (a radio host) asking Paul Gallen (a footy player) who has the biggest dick in the dressing rooms.
The second is about Chris Gayle (cricketer) skiting about 'his big bat', referencing his penis not his cricket bat.
These things are reported and make news articles. Why? God knows. They're at once condemning what's being said, at the same time as making sure everyone knows about what's being said...and who has the biggest dick. It's a peculiar way to do journalism (if that's what you call it) and in my mind, it indicates a male dominated industry.
A male dominated industry because I doubt women would write these articles or ask these questions. And the ones that hit the media are mostly about big dicks, not small ones. Men are all 'size matters' so I'm assuming it's a male thing. (even though I know I'm making sweeping generalisations!)
While these comments are flaunted on the media, there are also comments made by commentators that are the opposite - where dicks aren't so large. Ray Warren, a lauded rugby league commentator, often makes remarks about his lack of endowment - on air and also in his book. Why? Again, I've no idea. It's just every time he does it, I'm kind of speechless.
I'm open minded, I like men's bodies, I don't have a thing against penises...but do I want to hear about penises on the media? The answer's NO. Or at least, not three of four times a week!
I don't care whether it's their large size or small size, I don't want to know. I don't think they should be referenced in general commentary. Do we ever discuss women's clits or labia? I've never once heard that discussed...yet it's the equivalent discussion for a female, isn't it? And when watching women's sport, I can't even imagine anyone discussing what's in a woman's shorts.
Do you have an issue with dicks in media?