Wednesday, November 27, 2013 | Categories: |
Producer Mary O'Connell visits an imaginary museum about the male appendage. The name of the museum is 'Phallus in Wonderland'.
As she tours the exhibits, Mary takes us on a journey through time, and through the history of masculinity.
We learn how the male member has been portrayed in popular culture and in literature.
It's been seen as a source of pride, pain, power and pleasure. And though that may sound familiar, the importance of the 'phallus' has actually changed a lot over time.
Mary O'Connell is a Producer for the CBC Radio documentary program IDEAS.
Her piece 'Phallus in Wonderland' is the winner of a Gold Medal at the 2007 New York Festivals.
PHOTO: amphora seduction scene