Many of you have seen the following: This discussion went viral and there were many jokes associated with it. I want to start off by saying that "Professional Door to door coffee salesman" is an asshole and a moron, and deserves to be ridiculed. His comment is useless, he's just trying to show off his intelligence, it's aggressive and this likely happens a lot to women. They have a right to be annoyed. That's fine. What did enrage me, however, is the original comment by Amanda Smith. It's completely inaccurate and it took a lot for me to not point out how inaccurate it is. I'm going to be brief, as I'm feeling sensitive and I don't have the energy right now. 1) My father died of prostate cancer, he dealt with plenty of painful and invasive tests. I don't want to describe it much beyond saying that it was worse than having a finger in his butt for five seconds. 2) I've been to multiple urologists for ED and I'm aware of the experiences of other men. I also went another time due to what may have been an infection. I will not describe things further beyond saying that Amanda Smith's comment is inaccurate. 3) Men are more likely to brag about being in health than to lament not being in good health. The latter is an indicator of non-masculinity, of declining virility. They won't go around sharing it with women due to it being a stigma. I'm sure that many men in Amanda Smith's life have been through far worse than a digital rectal exam, they're just not telling her about it, and she's too dumb to realize that. 4) Points #1, 2, 3 could be adapted to be related to hair loss.