Daniels’ story is a particularly high-profile dick shame most civilian women won’t have the pleasure of experiencing, it’s long been one of the few ways women can leverage power against men more powerful than them.
But it’s also just normal chitchat among female friends with no higher agenda. In spite of the exceptionally public scope of that tit-for-tat, what struck me the most when reading her account of Trump’s shroom D was how easily her description could’ve matched any woman’s story of a less-than-thrilling sexual interaction.
In other words, Stormy Daniels is an Everywoman. I know this because women have been sharing details about their sexual partners’ mjulus and sex moves with other women for a very long time. Sometimes it’s in earnest, sometimes it’s for a laugh, sometimes it’s with a shudder, but it’s always with great detail. Let’s get this one out of the way. Yes, women talk about your dick size, but not as if it’s being Yelped by the inch, except when that’s the most notable thing about it.
If it smelled weird, they will know. If it tasted amazing, they will know. If you’re the guy with the super clean D and balls who always grooms, They will know. If you have weird flakes in your pubes, they will know.
To be clear, women aren’t doing this to brag in a sexist or objectifying way. It isn’t typically gross and reductive, although it can be. Rather, it’s how women discuss and evaluate their sexual partners, bond and navigate life with far less power.