What’s the point? Is it a legal thing?
As if censoring Anthony Weiner’s cock shot somehow makes The Dirty less sleazy. As if seeing a penis we’ve all already seen before would somehow be offensive. You know what’s offensive? The grammar (or lack thereof) and poor writing from The Dirty’s Nik Richie:
Anthony Weiner is up to his old tricks again. I’ve been in contact with a young female girl who wishes to remain Anonymous. She was lured by Anthony Weiner post scandal via Facebook.
Good to know it was a female girl and not a female boy.
They had a relationship for 6 months and she believed they were in love. Anthony Weiner like a true sex predator promised Anonymous many things like a job at Politico and a condo in Chicago (a place they could meet up and have sex). […] The best part was Anthony used an alias this time thinking this would protect him. Anthony Weiner used the name ‘Carlos Danger’ when he would email pictures of his penis via Yahoo. Which makes me believe Anonymous wasn’t the only girl he was working.- nik
The strange syntax and improper punctuation is in all of his posts. Which makes me believe English isn’t Nik Richie’s first language. He’s getting a lot of traffic today. Which makes me believe he should eventually be able to hire a copy editor.
He knows how to use Photoshop, but not a comma?
You know what else is offensive? Blurred/pixelated penises.
The other censored penis in the news today belongs to a fired Subway employee (who is not former gay porn star Kurt Wild) who Instagrammed a photo of his penis resting atop a freshly baked loaf of bread.
People take pictures of their penises so that other people can actually see them. Stop pixelating penises!