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British Porn Mag For Women Models Only “Feminine” Men

Laaaaaaaaaaaaaa-dies! We’ve got a new porno mag out over in England!

But unfortunately, Filament received a sour review from the Daily Mail, which hissed, “Most of the boys pictured are effeminate and not arousing.”

Indeed, we, too, are flabbergasted with Filament‘s idea of what makes women wet. Apparently it’s skinny boy-men with soft features who either outright look like Rufus Wainwright or look like Rufus groupies. The porn mag’s web site explains Filament relied on both published academic research and their own online research to discover what turns women on and they came up with specifics like “men who are not muscle-bound” and “men with more feminine face shapes.”

No thanks! To each her own, we guess.We like testosterone with our man meat, so Filament‘s idea of “porn” is a total dud. I mean, we’ve seen David Beckham in underwear ads that are more sexy and erotic than this “erotica,” which is so passive and, well, limp. (But consider the source: we’ve gone on record stating our love of aggressive sex, so we could rub away all day to Filament‘s erotic offerings to no avail.)

We’ve always heard the reason teenage girls supposedly like “effeminate” guys like Hanson, the Jonas Brothers and Chace Crawford is because girly-guys are less sexually threatening and therefore less “scary.” That makes sense to us (we certainly definitely weren’t daydreaming about getting boned by Taylor Hanson back in 1998, just staring into his pretty eyes). And so, too, it makes sense that the sample erotic images on Filamaent‘s web site are all shot above the waist. No scary penises here!

If anyone’s bought the mag, we’d be curious to know if there’s any actual peen inside…

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