Aug 28, 2020
"My Left Nut": An Irish Comedy about a Giant Testicle
Plus as the oldest boy, he was expected "be a man." How would this affect his manhood? So he hid for three years.
On a positive note, his classmates all noticed the bulge and assumed that he was very well hung. But of course he couldn't do anything even moderately sexual.
How did he get around showering after gym class? Swimsuit season? Doctors' appointments? It would be interesting to find out.
In 2017, Michael and his friend Oisin Kearney wrote a confessional stage show, My Left Nut, which he performed at the Dublin Fringe Festival. He performed in other places, too, such as a juvenile detention facility, and was touched by the many men who came up to him afterwards to talk about their own genital problems -- issues that they had been afraid to discuss all their lives.
Mick is straight. I don't know if any of the characters are gay, because it is directed by Peter Gay, which flubs up the searches. But the promo shows two of Mick's mates hugging, so maybe. But at least there will be a lot of talk about men's private parts.
Hopefully it will show up on Vudu, Netflix, or Amazon Prime soon.