According to a short article in one of the biggest Swedish newspapers men (or at least the writer in this case) walks about pondering on the most obvious structure of power of them all. For men that is. For straight men that is. For men it means power, never to be questioned, and to be the authority. Having a big dick. Preferably the biggest schlong of all.

Honestly I do believe that the writer intended it to be all good fun. And in some aspects it is: men that walk about thinking of cock are not all gay men. Every single man seems to do it. The question is: those that don’t? Are they not to be included in the conversation, according to the structure of balance and power? Men that do not think of the cock are at the bottom of the hierarchy along with those that think of the cock the wrong way, meaning those that get turned on by the thought of a huge cock. Of course smart as you all are, you can see that this is old school male bonding. Brotherhood. Jealousy. Admiration. All be it an inconvenient admiration but still.

The men named in the note in the Swedish paper are all famous movie stars. Another dimension therefor arises; they are famous, they are good at what they do, adding to the myth of what they carry around between their legs. Men. Power. Honour. Fame. To some extent it’s public knowledge that these men have huge cocks, and there are several stories about them, mostly written by men. Male. Bonding. Yay.

Later the same week another Swedish male media person joked about a female artist. At the same time as he managed to sexualize the woman (which she indeed does herself as well) he managed to utterly desexualize men. At the same time as she lives up to the ideals of the business, being all skinny, toned, and so on, he is simply just… fat, uninteresting to the sexual eye. And the pics are not clear, but he is certainly no Liam Neeson in the trouser departement. Of course, when I write this it is indeed part of the male ruler technique: pushing some down and idealizing others. Is that why some men seem makes a lot of noise about them selves? Male hierarchy?

I can’t wait until the day that the major Swedish newspapers freely describes a lovely huge clitoris, or perhaps the vaginal lips, about huge stars that one cannot stop thinking about due to their enormous female private parts. Imagine reading “I should have been more impressed by the huge pathos of the actress in the trailer for this movie. I can feel the air in the cinema vibrate as the character she plays roars out her lines like a lion. But all I can think of is one thing: her vagina. It’s supposed to be so huge that Roland Emmerich is planning to make a movie about it”. When will I get to read this in the morning paper? Would it even be ok? And if it is not ok – then why is it socially acceptable to do the same thing about someone’s cock?

At the same time it is a bit liberating. So. There are straight men that think about cock. It must be these men that stare at me in the showers at the municipal swimming pool. There are straight men thinking about my cock. Wow. I’m smiling. Wow. Yeah. I knew they were too many to all be gay.