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I posed nude for the art department while in college to make beer money.  I had got chummy with an art professor and he asked me if I wanted to.  During the day classes he provided me with some binkini briefs.  There was a night class once a week the class was 2:45 minutes with a break that was off campus and I posed nude for that one.  I was sort of nervous at first but excited by being nude with about 20 students of all ages looking at me.  The more I did it the more exciting it became.  It was sort of funny, he told me that they preferred an average size penis, that a big long one was distracting and the students commonly naturally exaggerated the size of the penis in the drawings by nature lol.  Was a fun experience and I learned I was an exhibitionist LOL.

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Guys...I did it. We got together yesterday. There were probably like 12 women and 2 men in the group. When I stripped off nobody reacted in a weird way and even my friend who brought me was really nice and didn't treat me any different afterwards. They brought in a friend of theirs who helped guide them in how to draw the body and when she talked about 'any sensitive areas' she said people were free to draw it accurately or to cover it up if they felt more comfortable. It was only a couple of hours so most people could only sketch the top half but I think three did get to the bottom half. One of them drew a fig leaf which I thought was funny lol...The other two did a decent attempt at drawing my genitals and I was surprised that for one of them it looked a bit longer than how I really am. I guess people don't really care as much about it as I thought. It was a good experience and I recommend it. They even said they would love it if I came back next month and they had me and another model side by side

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1 minute ago, jacob_k said:

I was surprised that for one of them it looked a bit longer than how I really am.

It is what she saw....  a camera captures one reality, an artist another reality.
Your penis size is all in the eyes of the beerholder or something like that.
A friend with a 6" penis insists mine "looks bigger".   

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@toadfish327 Most colleges and universities that offer life drawing classes are looking for nude models.

Several years ago I had a friend who taught at the Art Institute (he knew I was a nudist) and he introduced me to one of the life drawing professors. I told him I was more than happy to be a nude model so he set me up to model for some of his classes. When I disrobed for the first class he, along with the rest of the class, saw I had multiple (9) genital piercings and a tattooed penis. There was a lot of quiet "discussions" among the students about my decorations. After the class the professor said he thought my decorations were a distraction so I did a couple more classes with a very minimal thong on.

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Art models (paint, sculpture, drawings etc) is an easy yes as it's going to have limited spread and no matter how good, will never really be 100% quite obviously you unless you have a very specific look. Photographs can last longer, spread further and have a wider arc on your life (potentially) but at the end of the day if you model it cannot go wrong. It may bring out the bigots and body shamers but........ f&c£ them!

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