Thanks to the intrepid efforts of my research department (a.k.a. my husband), it has come to my attention that the previous post contained one very egregious factual error.
The function of penis pumps is not to alleviate impotence but rather as a tool for enlargement.
First of all, my apologies for this reprehensible oversight.
Admittedly, and for a host of reasons, penis pumps are not my area of expertise. I am, however, fortunate enough to have access to the knowledge of someone who, while not well-versed in the minutiae of sexual enhancement (“If it ain’t broke, why fix it?”), is at least more familiar with the Austin Powers Trilogy.
That said, I feel this revelation does not in any way undercut my premise. While Mr. Amin may be suffering from a different ailment than I alleged, his status as a persecuted victim of a size-ist Western society is unchanged.
“Subversive sentiments of rabid anti-flaccidity” are certainly mirrored by the blatant prejudices of a society where size does matter.
Ever try to pass a Hummer on a narrow road?
In the meantime, I owe an abject apology to impotent men for the false hope my comments may have offered. Without Mr. Amin at the forefront of your struggle for equality and acceptance, I am afraid you will be more dependent than ever on the former emblem of your movement.
But do not be dismayed.
Bob Dole is a good man. Bob Dole is a great American. Bob Dole also does Pepsi commercials.
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