Now that we’re completed Happy Week, let’s talk about penis size.
I saw this column by Jeff Yang where he talks about the Asian male penis stereotypes, and then goes on to talk about Keni Styles, whom Minority Militant first noticed a while back. Thanks also to Efren who posted on Jeff’s article. According to everyone, Keni Styles, a Thai-British 28 year old, is mainstream porn’s first big Asian male star. Jeff started off his article by mentioning the Asian male stereotypes for lack of size, and Efren talks about how he feels that Asian American men just don’t participate when there’s a call to action. You can see Jeff’s full interview here.
I actually have very little to say about this–I am posting it because some of you might find it amusing. I slightly disagree with Efren’s and Jeff’s interpretation of Mr. Styles’s appraisal of Asian American men–I didn’t think he was coming down on us for not stepping up, but rather I thought he was just mentioning that he has overcome a lot and that it’s important to stay positive. I feel bad for Jon Gosselin–not only did he sleep with unattractive women, but those unattractive women are now pulling his reputation down even lower than before (if that’s possible). At least Tiger’s unattractive women had something good to say about his sexual prowess (although maybe there’s a reason why they call him “Tiger”).
I think Keni’s got the right attitude when it comes to the penis size question. He says:
The whole size issue is ridiculous. You don’t fuck someone with your dick, you fuck someone with your whole body, your attitude, your presence. The moment you say, “Oh, my dick is X inches long,” you’ve let society win the battle of thinking it matters. And it just doesn’t. I’m not the biggest there is, and I’m not the smallest, but I’ve never measured my penis against anything than a girl’s vagina. If it fits and she’s happy, I’m happy.
(Woo hoo! My blockquote function works! Sayonara, vigilance! Hello homywhite!)
And this is coming from a guy who (I’m assuming) is much bigger than average. You’ve got what you got, so just use whatever it is. And he’s right that it’s your whole body, attitude, and presence (okay, I’m going to stop because Keni knows a lot more about this than I do. He’s probably had more partners than I have Facebook friends.).
As I stated, I don’t have much to say on this topic, but if you want, you can check out Roger Fan’s Quest for Length (on Youtube, but probably NSFW). If you’re interested in reading a black man’s version from the, um, more gifted side of the stereotype spectrum, check out Hung: A Mediation on the Measure of Black Men in America.