I do think that this is a particular issue in our society, where nudity is sexualized and taboo.

I wonder if women have as strong a reaction in societies where intersex nudity is common in bathing and beaches?

But, for some reason, whether biology, psychology or social suppression of female sexuality, women don't enjoy this the way men do.

In a clever twist, one woman started sending men pics of female genitals.

But, this requires for women to have the safety to be honest about their sexual interests.

For instance, could women ever say, "Look, I probably WOULD like to see your penis pic, but I'd like to be able to ASK for it..."?

People who are offended and grossed out at such images would like them banned.

They want men to understand that such behaviors are rude, unacceptable and should simply stop.Any woman who has ever ventured into the world of online dating, or almost any form of modern electronic communication, will tell you that one of their main complaints is that men routinely send them unsolicited pictures of their genitals.Women understandably complain about this for two main reasons: "Men are GROSS" is the most common explanation that women have for this. Do they really think I'm going to magically want to have sex with them now, after seeing their penis?" There ARE men who've gone to jail and been put on sex offender registries for sending such pictures to persons they didn't know, who turned out to be underage.This behavior is sometimes much more serious than we may know.One issue is that men just aren't good at hearing, or responding to "No." I'm not excusing that.