Die Groot Suid Afrikaanse Voël Blog/The Big Southern African Bird Blog is a visual guidebook to what the men of Southern Africa keep hidden in their pants. It is not a blog for 'groot' (big) penises only, but rather a groot blog for penises of all sizes, shapes, and colours. It's a way of looking at the diverse men who live in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Madagascar and Angola.
The idea for the blog was developed during a holiday in Kruger National Park, when the founders heard the similarly named bird-watching guide called for frequently in the car (‘Gee asseblief die Voël Boek aan’/ ‘Please pass the Bird Book’). Admirers of a different type of voël, they thought of a guide that would showcase the variety of penises across Southern Africa. It would show voëls of different size, width, length, age, nationality, and race, demonstrating the extreme diversity of the men who populate the region. And so, this blog was born.
Het jy ‘n mooi voël / Do you have a nice cock? We are inviting any interested guys living in Southern Africa to submit pictures of their voëls (cocks). If you’re a guy from South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Madagascar, or Angola who is proud of his cock, then you might be eligible for participation in Die Groot Suid Afrikaanse Voël Blog.
The picture you send can show as much or as little of your body as you’d like, and does not have to include your face, but it needs to be of a good quality. We don’t need (and won’t publish) your full name, but we would like to include some personal information to round out each entry: a first name (or pseudonym- it should sound like an actual name and not be a chat-room type name), what city and country you’re from, your age (you must be over 18), your profession, sexual preference, heritage (example: Afrikaner, Sotho, Malay, Xhosa, Portuguese), and what you like most about your penis. Anything else you’d like to add is up to you.
Penises of all shapes, sizes, and colour are welcome; it can be photographed either soft or hard. The discretion to publish pictures on the blog is, however, entirely up to us.
Once we receive your picture it will become the non-exclusive property of Die Groot Suid Afrikaanse Voël Blog/ The Big South African Bird Blog. You will not be compensated for the picture, but you will be able to enjoy the satisfaction of having your manhood appreciated and enjoyed by people from all over the world.
For submissions, information, or enquiries, contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.