According to the author, who called it "the biggest communications miss of our time," "dickpics" are mostly sent with flirty undertones and are a sign of male insecurity.
The book with a self-explanatory title, written by Swedish journalist Caroline Hainer, dwells on men sending pictures of their genitalia and is largely based on her own unpleasant experience on the receiving end.
He lived in Ohio and I lived in NJ, but he was so sweet that I thought, what the heck? We met, fell crazy in love, and were married on June 23, 2011.
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"It's is performed in the hope of a sexual relationship.
And if you don't come across, then you may at least get a sexy response to your picture.
The phenomenon of penises "in operating condition" that seem to flood dating forums has earned the distinction of becoming the subject of a book.
READ MORE: Norwegian Writer Working on Children's 'Porn Book' Together With Daughter According to Hainer, the symbolism is about power, danger and advantage, which are properties a woman cannot not convey through the image of her own genitalia.
In the book, Hainer maintains a deep discrepancy between the feelings of the sender and the recipient.
Caroline Hainer is a Swedish cultural journalist, film critic and author, with publications in the national dailies Aftonbladet and Svenska Dagbladet, as well as the national broadcaster SVT.
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