A children’s television character named John Dillermand went viral after appearing on a Danish children’s television show.
The animated show revolves around the title character’s life and shows how his extra long penis gets him into all sorts of trouble.
For those of you who are not fluent in Danish, Dillermand roughly translates Penisman into English.
And a look at Twitter shows that the character caused a stir.
One Twitter user even went so far as to say that it “normalizes the rape culture.”
What is the John Dillermand cartoon about?
The stop-and-go animation shows how the title character gets into all sorts of trouble because of his extraordinary penis.
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It seems to stick out from the bottom of his red and white striped outfit – and is the same color and pattern as the outfit.
In one episode, his neighbor chops off the end with secateurs when it appears in a bush.
While some believe it is inappropriate for children, others believe that the context of the show is so asexual and that children would not see it the way adults would.
In another, he and his member fend off a lion and save local children.
The subtitles include, “He can swing it around, he can be a little ashamed.”
There’s even a theme tune that apparently brags that he can’t do anything with his penis.
Who is doing the show
The show is made by the Danish public broadcaster DR Ramasjang.
Entertainment.ie said: “Of course, a children’s TV show with the main character who has a huge penis will pose some problems.
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“So far the reaction to the show in Denmark has been decidedly mixed.
“While some believe it is inappropriate for children, others believe that the context of the show is so asexual and that children would not see it the way adults would.”
The TV station’s director also announced that it was done in collaboration with the Danish sex education association Sex & Samfund.
And they added that the show will continue to air.
What did the British say about the cartoon?
Some were not impressed with the cartoon when a feminist group tweeted that “this is how rape culture is normalized.”
“John Dillermand is a children’s television animation for the Danish equivalent of the BBC and is aimed at children aged 4 to 8 years.
“It shows a man with a large following who he claims has no control over him and does ‘naughty’ things.
“This is how rape culture is normalized,” they said.
Me and John Dillermand have something in common. We both have mustaches
– James ‘Party Animal’ bull (@bantalols) January 6, 2021
Brb, I’m changing my username to John Dillermand.
– Mark Gillies (@ 5goalthriller) January 6, 2021
“How liberal is Danish children’s television? Said another.
“I present you John Dillermand. The man with the longest penis in the world who overcomes difficulties and challenges with his record-breaking genitals. “
Others found the show a little harmless.
“That’s exactly what we need in 2021,” laughed one fan.
“Me and John Dillermand have something in common, ”joked another.
“We both have mustaches.”
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