I’m not. And I don’t (or do I have a tiny penis? and does it matter?).

But I needed to get your attention to these issues and I knew that would work.

The thought has crossed many a dude’s mind, “Do I have a tiny penis?”

For the guys reading this who are worried about your penis size (being too small): 5 inches is average.

And that’s skewed by the porn stars. Side note on that: most girls don’t like porn-star sized dicks. They do/would hurt most girls.

Vaginas aren’t 12-inch cavernous holes. They expand to about 6 inches during sex. So, bigger than that and you start getting into painful territory.

To the guys worried about confidence, here’s a little trick: tell girls and guys you have a tiny penis. In mixed company and when on a date.

Obviously timing is important, don’t just blurt it out. But if the subject of penises arises, mention yours is super small. It’s shocking and makes people pause.

Every dumbass is trying to say they have a gigantic penis. And nobody believes them.

As is the case with many things in life: if you feel the need to announce it, we know it’s probably not true.

Also, it tempers expectations for the person you are on a date with. If all they want is a big dick, that’s super shallow and they don’t actually like you. Why would you want that?

Don’t be the guy who buys magnum condoms and has an average (or smaller) pecker. You’re an asshat.

If you’re passionate and enthusiastic about having sex with your partner, it will show and your body, whatever weaknesses you think it may have, will not be noticed by your partner. If your partner is a decent person.

If they aren’t, fuck them (not in the good way). Bye, Felicia.

Why do we bombard ourselves with sex, yet create all these fears of it in kids?

I felt a lot like this guy – minus the horrible stuff from his dad and chronic masturbation.

One of his best points reframed: why do we teach our girls to not have sex or they’ll be a slut (and less of a person), while simultaneously teaching our boys if they aren’t have sex with a bunch of girls all the time than they are weak losers (and less of a person)? Hypocrisy much?

Why can’t we just teach kids to have healthy views and attitudes of sex?

I gave up my virginity (you don’t generally lose it – you know where you gave it up) at 18. But that wasn’t a healthy relationship and then I got in my head about it and thought girls didn’t want to have sex with me for years.

It’s tough for guys. I’m not saying it’s easy being a girl – obviously I’ll never know what that’s like.

But think about the image standards placed on men too: Superheroes. 300. Men’s Health. He-man. Porn dicks.

There’s a visual assault on us guys too. And it creates a lot of self-doubt and body dysmorphia in guys.

Maybe sex therapy is what a lot more people need.

We need to work on what we teach our kids. And ourselves as adults.

Love ourselves. Love each other.

Sex can and should be a beautiful, wonderful experience between people that care about each other.

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