Kyle & Jackie O launch Most Beautiful Penis Pageant

Former Editor & Content Director

Kyle Sandilands has been successful in his ongoing bid to broadcast a competition which seeks to find and reward Sydney’s most beautiful penis.

Sandilands has been agitating for the competition for some time, however faced road blocks from within the Australian Radio Network (ARN) which owns KIIS 106.5.

This morning, however, he announced that the competition would go ahead from Monday.

To circumvent the risk of images being used without consent, wannabe winners will instead have to describe their appendage via a form on the KIIS website.

Then each day next week, one finalist will come in to chat to the show. A winner will be announced the following Monday (May 17).

Sandilands said the on-air duo would judge the penises, however the body to which they are attached would be hidden, so that the judges aren’t distracted by their overall attractiveness (or lack thereof).

Entrants must be over 21 years old.

Videos and pictures of the event will have explicit content pixelated.

The competition’s terms and conditions note that in addition to penis appearance, contestants will be chosen if they “are consistent with the station’s style of irreverence and humour” and based on their “personality, authenticity, uniqueness, heartwarming etc.”

A major prize of $1,000 and some penis paraphernalia is up for grabs.

Sandilands said getting the competition across the line, and passed the station ‘Rat’ – “absolute crusher of dreams” – was “the greatest day of his life”.

“This must be what Trump felt like when he came up with the Miss Universe pageant,” he said.

He stressed the competition is for the enjoyment of women and gay men, and unlike other competitions did not objectify women.

Sandilands has previously clashed with Radio Today over its coverage of the proposed pageant.

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ARN Cultural Survey Results
6 May 2021 - 2:30 pm

Really makes you proud to work for a company like ARN… especially in a time where they are selling massive “culture reform” to address a workplace that has a large percentage of disgruntled or apathetic employees.

Just shows exactly who is running the place… a bunch of c**ks.

6 May 2021 - 3:30 pm

How can ARN management assure staff they are safe at work when they are required to work in an organisation that peddles in pornography?

I feel for staff’s health and safety. They didn’t choose to work in this environment that promotes sexual objectification.

I hope you’re all ok. You deserve better from your CEO and Board.
Kudos to anyone at ARN with the bravery to stand up to your management team and demand they be better in this day and age.

6 May 2021 - 4:24 pm

The lefties really need to lighten up. Stop taking everything so seriously

If people are offended by the sight of a penis, then they really should seek medical help

ARN Staff Member
6 May 2021 - 4:48 pm

I work at ARN and am absolutely disgusted that this is happening. After completing an in-depth cultural survey about workplace behaviour, they let this slide? If any of ARN’s other stations asked to do this, they’d be denied. KIIS is always their priority.

The whole P&C team + CEO are disgusting.

I’m not a prude but I don’t want to see random genitalia in the workplace.

6 May 2021 - 5:09 pm

This is going to be a hard one to judge.

6 May 2021 - 5:30 pm

Are we really ok with this? Does this mean the most beautiful vagina pageant is on the cards, followed by the bleached anus awards. Not sure where the line is anymore.

ARN employee
6 May 2021 - 6:31 pm

ARN … dumbing the population down, one talk break at a time. Lets hope parents tune out so kids dont get exposed to this nonsene on radio.

6 May 2021 - 9:18 pm

If it gets people talking, even to say how crass and vile it is, then it’s served its marketing purpose as far as I’m concerned! So it’s not highbrow, elegant programming… Who cares?!! Anything that keeps radio on people’s radar is a good thing and Kyle knows it. Better having people talking about how disgusting your content idea is than fading into insignificance like 2day. No such thing as bad publicity! Also, I’m as “leftie” as they come so not sure what political stance has to do with it.

Peter Johnson
7 May 2021 - 9:11 am

Had all these ARN employees never listened to the Kyle and Jackie O show when they decided to work for the company or are they just brain dead?

Former ARN employee
7 May 2021 - 10:08 am

Not that surprised by this. As a former KIIS employee. They live in their own world… if you speak up you will be shot down.

Then again, shouldn’t be that surprising a “competition” of this nature is allowed with blokes like DB & Duncan at the helm.

ARN's Turnover Rate
7 May 2021 - 10:43 am

It’s seriously embarrassing working for ARN. KIIS staff members get away with almost anything. It’s an open secret how many credible accusations of Workplace Bullying, Sexual Harassment, and hostile working conditions are reported to “people & culture” and yet… nothing changes.

ARN can expect my letter.

Chuck Tuna
7 May 2021 - 12:13 pm

Looking forward to the best breasts competition.

7 May 2021 - 3:55 pm

Ive heard all men have one?
Such double standards Ive had to look at nude women in main stream media for years its the boys time to be judged [not forgetting its on radio no visuals unless u search } Cant wait thank u radio

Marcella Thomas
7 May 2021 - 5:11 pm

Women continue to experience violence, sexism and misogny. Grace Tame, Brittany Higgins and Dhanya Mani know that the path to sexual violence begins with what ARN consider harmless fun. This competition is about conquest a subjugation that may lead to violence. The women on the staff at ARN should have the courage to call it out for what it is.
Ratings are never a justification for an incitement to violence.


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