For cryin' out loud, this
1. Dali's watches and Oldenburg's soft sculptures had nothing to do with ED. I can't speak much on Dali, but Oldenburg often talked about the GENERAL flaws in humanity, more of an emphasis on how we're human and imperfect. They weren't a way to wax poetic on flaccid penises.
2. "One can argue that a young woman speaking her mind is a sign of equality. "That's a good thing," says Sawyer, father of four daughters. "But for some guys, it has come at a price. It's turned into ED in men you normally wouldn't think would have ED."
- Women speaking their minds can cause ED? If we do, you couldn't have been much of a man in the first place.
- What kind of men would you think normally get ED? Isn't the whole point of the article to point out that there IS no type of man you would normally think to get ED?
3. "Such images disturb because sexual performance is still, in the minds of many males, the sign of authority and dominance, perhaps the last such symbol in a society slogging its way toward gender equality."
- Fuck you.
4. "He has all the creds of a player: tall and good-looking with dark hair and gray-green eyes, member of a fraternity so bad and so much fun that university officials refuse to sanction it. Unlike other guys buying beer on Daddy's money, he works at a bank and has a job lined up after school -- a fact that the ambitious women at GW love. "
- Ambition = Money-Hungry. Duly noted.
- Uh-oh. My mom has dark(ish) hair and gray-green eyes. Harpy!
Yes, ED is a problem. But this article isn't helping.