Dick-pics will never be the same again.
I'll be honest with you; as a man, it's never easy to decide how you're going to send an erotic nude to somebody. Should it be erect or flaccid? What angle should I take it from? Should I hold it? Who knows?
Ladies, you don't realise how easy you've got it.
However, one woman who is revolutionising the dick-pic is Iranian-Canadian photographer, Soraya Doolbaz. Now based in New York, Doolbaz's new project is titled the 'Dicture Gallery', and basically consists of her inviting couples in for a photoshop, and taking pictures of the guy's junk.
But these pictures have a special artistic twist, which Doolbaz describes as, "as artistic take on an otherwise alluring modern dating tactic." Whilst out shopping in Walmart one day, the photographer stumbled across some dolls. She reveals, "I put two and two together and thought that I could make a personality out of penises."
Yes, Doolbaz uses the tiny costumes of dolls to dress up the model's penis, creating characters such as "Dicki Minaj" and "Benito Mussoweenie."
Doolbaz insists that her male models arrive with a partner, telling Cosmopolitan;
"It's necessary for the model to have a partner to assist with the shoot to help with costume changes and, of course, erection maintenance."
On her official website, Soraya reveals the inspiration behind her project;
“I’ve gotten my fair share of dick pics over the years, and most of my single friends had as well. We would show them to each other and compare. I thought it would be funny to treat dick pics like a high fashion photo shoot. So, I put clothes on penises and the rest is history!”
The 35-year-old goes into some detail about what makes a great dick-pic, commenting on the lighting and choice of camera angle, but she also believes boner quality is very important; "I can’t believe some people send a picture of a limp dick.”
The New York Post spent a day at one of Doolbaz's photoshoots, and found out exactly what the male models think of her work;
It may seem bizarre, but Soraya has managed to erect a successful business from her idea. Her pictures are displayed at Art Basal, and each print can be sold for up to $10,000 each! She told the Post;
"It's surprising and very delightful that people like dick on things."
I have certainly had a lot of my original questions about dick-pics answered - and I think I still have a little Action Man figurine somewhere...
Sexting is a huge part of flirting and relationships these days, and it's common for women to receive a lot of uninvited dick-pics to their inboxes. So this woman wanted to find out how men would react if the tables were turned, so started bombarding random men with pictures of her vagina. Their responses are... as expected.