Thanks for reading, Sean.
Rachel Darnall

And I would respond by saying that anyone who thinks this has nothing to do with sexuality and procreation, both of which we are hardwired for, is kidding himself… or herself, for that matter.

But you ignored my question: how would you feel if men’s attire on the red carpet was all about emphasizing how big their throbbing manhoods are? Maybe with some sly little “underdick” or “sidedick” views just to make it, you know, part of that whole “appreciating the beauty of a man” kind of thing you’re applying to women’s choice of couture.

I’m not saying women *shouldnt* dress that way. But let’s not ignore the over-riding purpose of some women’s clothing — like high heels — and make up.

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