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Dick pics are controversial and can be problematic because they are often sent to people who don’t want them ― especially by straight men to straight women.
Hop on Grindr or Scruff or any other web app designed to connect men looking for love ― or just someone to get off with ― and it won’t be long before you’re asked to show exactly what you’re packing.
For some, sharing explicit images isn’t a big deal.
Some people will be entitled to a paperless option in the survey, potentially including people who are going overseas, those with a disability and people who live in remote communities and Indigenous town camps."You'll have an option — you'll be able to go online and request that," Mr Palmer told the Senate committee.
The ABS has not yet confirmed who will be eligible for the paperless option, or exactly what that option will be.
Pop culture media outlets are encouraging Australians to enrol on Thursday by shutting down or partially shutting down their output.
MTV Australia is today replacing its usual programming between 6am and 6pm AEST with a message asking people to enrol."As a leading youth entertainment brand that supports inclusiveness and equal rights for all Australians, MTV wants to encourage young Australians to get out and do their part in ensuring their voices are heard in the Australian Marriage Law postal vote," Simon Bates, head of MTV Asia Pacific said in a statement.
Those who do share a view can be confident their response will be kept secret," ABS's deputy Australian statistician Jonathan Palmer said.
The result will be published by the ABS on November 15 and will include information on the gender and age breakdown, as well as how different state and federal electorates responded.
" The Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey — as it is formally known — is not necessarily make or break for same-sex marriage.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he would vote yes in the survey and declared a bill to legalise same-sex marriage would "sail through Parliament" if most Australians backed the change.
“First I started with the obvious categories, like size and circumference and then I went on to the ‘dirty’ stuff and added everything that my mind could think of absolutely shamelessly.”Szucs, who is originally from Hungary but currently resides in Santiago, Chile, also shared with me where the inspiration for Dick Code originally came from, his thoughts on the politics of dick pics (especially involving straight men sending unwanted images to women), his upcoming plans for Vagina Code and Sex Code apps and more. Gyorgy Szucs: I received a picture from a friend with drawn penises where you could choose the right one for you.