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Why Are The Dudes Down Under Drawing GPS Dick & Balls?1 min read

Guys are raising testicular cancer awareness by drawing dicks on maps

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness month. You may not have known that Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer affecting men between the ages of 15 – 39 with an average age of 33 years old. Despite that, young guys tend not to like talking about testicular cancer and many don’t think it would ever happen to them.

Guys would likely talk and lolz, however, at the sight of a giant penis drawing on a map. So, a new campaign in New Zealand called #GoBallsOut is raising cancer awareness through dick drawing by GPS on maps. This is the kind of dicking around that we approve of.


“We hope this campaign will get people talking and walking,” Graeme Woodside, CEO of Testicular Cancer New Zealand, said in a statement.

The campaign is double-fold as it encourages guys to exercise and spreads cancer awareness. To participate, guys go for a run with a GPS enabled exercise app. They then upload a shot of the map to social media and challenge two other buds to do the same.

“We want young men to ‘Go Balls Out’ to show the world they’ve got the message, and are willing to start the conversation,” Graeme continued. “Guys love some competition, and when it comes to cock and balls, they can get very competitive!”

Pilots draws massive penises to raise testicular cancer awareness

Giant Penis Auckland Testicular Cancer

On April 1st a pilot Vaughn Davis went balls out with a penis shaped flight over Auckland, New Zealand to raise awareness for the disease.

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