Hollywood can be a real dick when it comes to wieners, and vice versa. It's like, they'll kick 'em, smash 'em, or stick 'em into pies, but actually showing a ding-a-ling on screen would apparently destroy the very fabric of America and plunge the country into a Mad Max-style dystopia. At the same time, though, whenever someone dares to show up to an action movie without a society-ruining baloney pony of their own, Hollywood basically punishes them for it by sticking them with a cliche rape backstory. So, yeah, despite being primarily written by men, movies and TV shows have some pretty cockamamie hang-ups about the human willy, which kind of explains why they also believe that ...
It's OK To Treat People Like Garbage As Long As They Have Gigantic Schlongs
I have three younger brothers so I know the difference between innocent teasing and straight-up abuse. Basically, you can jokingly hit people, insult them, give them fake suicide notes from Santa blaming them for his death etc., AS LONG AS the other person is capable and willing to strike back (usually at my face). That's why I absolutely hate the stock "butt-monkey" TV character whose entire job is to take abuse after abuse without ever doing anything about it. It's what almost ruined Parks And Recreation for me.
On the show, Garry Gergich is a low-level government employee/emotional human toilet for his co-workers, one of whom once said that "[his] face is the symbol of failure." His so-called friends routinely and viciously insult Jerry, delivering slow-mo (but thankfully dingus-free) pies into Terry's face, and persistently calling poor Larry by the wrong name.
But the thing is, even the writers of the show felt bad about treating the character this way, so in Season 5, it was revealed that Garry has an incredibly beautiful wife and three equally beautiful daughters, all of whom adore him in a way that you rarely see outside of cults. So it doesn't matter that Garry's coworkers once "pranked" him so hard that he suffered a heart attack (I ... guess) because he has already won at life. But this wasn't the writers' first instinct. Way earlier, in Season 4, they tried to go a different way by revealing that Garry has a gigantic yogurt pistol, one of the biggest that his doctor has ever seen in fact. THIS ("this" being Garry's beef thermometer) was supposed to make us feel less sorry for the man. It's cool that people loathe his presence, because his dong could sink a ship.
A very similar thing happened with Cyril Figgis, a timid, frail comptroller working for a spy agency on Archer. Cyril gets so little respect on the show that him merely offering to help out with a computer problem ends in him taking a shower of shit coming from his coworkers' mouths. But it's OK because back in the series' second episode, we found out that Cyril has a 12-inch tube steak. How does he get an erection without passing out?
The fact that Cyril is highly-educated and trilingual all came much later. When Archer wanted to make sure we don't feel too bad for Cyril, they immediately pulled out his massive boink rod and patted it to assure us that whatever abuse we throw his way, he can deflect its impact with his mighty meatsicle.