Yes, but was that mention of size be considered good thing? or was it the “sinners” who were hung like donkeys?
Well, it’s positive in the sense that it’s presented as a reason she lusted for them. My point is that this was mentioned even back then, and therefore not a complete non-issue. If the author meant it as something sinful within a moralistic context is something else.
My point (if I even had one :-P ) was it seems to me that a big dick was not considered a good thing by popular society until much more recently.
I’m not a historian either, but my impression again, is that it has often been seen as something to be proud of, something that’s manly, impressive to women etc, while at the same time maybe having something vulgar and ‘pornographic’ to it. For instance, you won’t find any old nude (Western) sculptures with big dicks, just like you don’t find any female nudes in the arts with big breasts. So it wouldn’t have been celebrated in that very ‘official, proper’ sense. If nudity is already risqué, ‘big, in-your-face’ nudity will certainly be. But that’s different from the more popular ‘nudge, nudge, wink, wink’ sense.