Friday, February 12, 2016

Donald Trump Has A Micropenis In This Artist's Impression

Back in 2012, satire website "The Onion" had posted a humorous article in which they imagined a scenario where Donald Trump was inspecting his own micropenis after taking a shower. Here's an excerpt:

"According to reports, the 66-year-old had laid his suit out on his bed and was preparing to step into a pair of silk boxer shorts when he glimpsed his deteriorating body in the mirror. Trump then spent approximately 15 to 20 minutes morosely reflecting on his appearance, dedicating most of that time to gazing at his desiccated sexual anatomy and contemplating its all-but-total lack of function. God, look at this thing,” said a dejected Trump, hoisting up a large quantity of belly flab with his forearm to make his stunted organ visible. “Pitiful."

The words paint a pretty good picture in your brain. artist Illma Gore decided to go one step further by actually drawing a rendition of how she imagines Trump. Created with pastel pencils, the painting shows, in graphic detail, what the artist imagines Trump's naked body and micropenis look like:

Make America Great Again*
11"X14" PASTEL PENCILS, 2016

Hi-res downloads of the censored and the uncensored drawings are available on Gore's website for anyone who wants to share them.

Update: Gore has been repeatedly banned from Facebook for posting the image online. As Motherboard reports,the artist posted the image to a feminist Facebook group on February 10th, and it quickly circulated across other social networks like Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. The version she posted to Facebook had a black bar over Trump's sensitive parts which was apparently offensive enough to run afoul of the social network's controversial policy on nudity and pornography.

* According to the artist, "Make America Great Again" is about the significance we place on our physical selves. One should not feel emasculated by their penis size or vagina, as it does not define who you are. Your genitals do not define your gender, your power, or your status.

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  1. I'm confused. Is this man a big prick or not.

  2. The artist's asterisked disclaimer at the bottom of this piece is a perfect example of rank hypocrisy. The most compelling aspect of his pastel rendering reinforces the very stereotype he claims to abjure. It's like the person who says, "I don't want to hurt your feelings, but..." and then goes on to offer some vile, personally-directed comment. For shame.


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