From Slate. Anna Gensler attempts to get back at online "creeps" by drawing them with little penises. Will it work? Here is a sample.

Read on to find out.

 I’ve noticed that most of these men are rendered with small, flaccid penises. Especially Ryan, 24, who wrote: “I have a long penis.” Is that a deliberate choice?

Gensler: Well, I didn’t want to draw them in a way that would make them happy. They’re all based off of these guys’ profile pictures, so their faces and their general positions are the same, but from there I tried to make them look a little chubbier or scrawnier or just not particularly well-endowed. I wanted to prevent a reaction that was like, “Oh, she loves me and my hot body, let’s have sex.”

Slate: Have you learned something about the nature of creepiness by doing this project? There is some confusing stuff in here, like the 27-year-old guy who asks if you like middle-aged men, and the guy who says, “Your boobs are even nicer than my mom’s.”

Gensler: I don’t know. I feel like, on the Internet, people can say whatever they want, and it doesn’t really matter. I don’t know if any people actually end up meeting anyone off of Tinder, so maybe they just think it’s all a funny joke.


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