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A Penis Manologue

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Content in this book was banned from a college classroom—the same college classroom that required the reading of The Vagina Monologues. Joe DiBuduo wanted to show a blue collar guy's point of view. When he realized how reticent most men, and even a college instructor, were to talk about penises, Joe felt obligated to write his own attitude about the male appendage.
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Published June 30th 2009 by Joe DiBuduo
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Samantha Davenport
I'm big on equality so I figured that if I read The Vagina Monologues then this was the logical follow up. Nothing groundbreaking here either and even SHORTER than TVM but again, it's always worthwhile to raise awareness about genital mutilation and rape and he did that for the menfolk. Providing appendices of various slang terms for a penis was thoughtful and just as TVM I hope the information was useful or empowering to someone somewhere.

Although I had no expectations and thus wasn't disappoin
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Joe DiBuduo grew up poor in Boston. He had a troubled childhood and spent time in reform and training schools. As an adult, the house of corrections beckoned him and he spent time there too. A quick turn of fate led him to California and then Chicago, where he married and had children. He spent the next thirty years working as a construction painter, heading wherever the jobs were and working in m ...more
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