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A sex researcher surveyed 378 men who were 18 years old or older about their experiences sending both solicited and unsolicited penis photos, which are often referred to as “d— pics.”
He found that 41% of the men said they sent an unsolicited d— pic to someone who was not a current partner at least once before.
51% of the men who said they ever sent an unsolicited photo said the most recent d— pic they sent was unsolicited.
Sending unsolicited penis pictures is also linked to low self-esteem in straight men.
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Sending unsolicited penis pictures is linked to low self-esteem in straight men, according to a new small study presented at the annual meeting for The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.

To determine this, Justin J. Lehmiller, lead study author and a sex researcher at The Kinsey Institute, surveyed 378 men who were 18 years old or older about their experiences sending both solicited and unsolicited penis photos, which are often referred to as ‘d— pics.’ The majority of these men, 77% of them, were heterosexual.

Lehmiller also asked the men questions about their self-esteem, empathy, and whether they had deceptive tendencies.

He found that 41% of the men said they sent an unsolicited d— pic to someone who was not a current partner at least once before and the average number of unsolicited d— pics a man sent was 22. 51% of the men who said they ever sent an unsolicited photo said the most recent d— pic they sent was unsolicited.

Lehmiller also found a link between the heterosexual men’s penis picture-sending habits and their personalities: Those who sent unwanted d— pics were more likely to have low-self esteem levels and “disagreeable” or non-empathetic personalities.

Some men said they kept sending unwanted pictures because they received responses

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