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Men kept sending her dick-pics, so she turned them into (very NSFW) art.

Obviously this post is NSFW. (But not as NSFW as the pictures you’re usually sent on Tinder.)

It’s one of the perils of dating in the technologically obsessed 21st century. You meet someone online, on a dating site or an app. You start a conversation.

“Hey.”

“Hi.”

“How are you?”

“Good thanks! How’s it going?”

“Yeah good. Here is a picture of my genitals for your viewing pleasure.”

That’s pretty much the way it seems to go, for some unknown reason. After having your eyes soiled for the 827384th time, you swipe left, move on. Only to have the same thing thrust upon you again by the next knight- in-phallic-armour.

But one woman from New York was a bit bored by the constant barrage of unsolicited and often uninspiring dick pics. So she decided to turn them into something a bit more interesting (and far less offensive).

Iranian Canadian student Soraya Doolbaz created the Dicture Gallery.

“It’s exactly what it sounds like,” she says on her website. “Dick Pictures. But these aren’t just your regular dick pics. These are dick pics with a twist! It’s an artistic take on an otherwise alluring modern dating tactic.”

Since men are so keen to take happy snaps of their junk, Doolbaz decided to treat them to a “high-fashion” photo-shoot. She dresses them up as Policemen, and Santa Claus, and ‘Bradley Cocker.’

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“My goal with all this was to make people laugh,” she says. “I wanted to create comfort and confidence around sexuality for men and women. Men should be proud of their dicks regardless of its size or characteristics… Safe to say most people love cock. So why is it so hidden?”

Doolbaz muses that dicks have been a staple in artistic creation for centuries. Think about old mate David for example, that’s got to be the most recognisable knob in the world. “Then religion (Catholicism) came into play and they covered David’s dick with plaster fig leaf,” says Doolbaz. “I’m hoping to bring back that equality to humanity through dick art.  Not only for the acceptance of our genitals as they are but also to shed light and humour on an otherwise taboo subject.”

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You can see Soraya Doolbaz’s full portfolio on DictureGallery.com.

‘It’s a cock revolution people!’

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