It shouldn't be a problem. A true woman would consider what is in your heart vs the size of your penis. I have been married for 30 years come the end of this month with 2 wonderful children (fully grown now). While sex is a part of marriage, it was not the factor for marriage. If you are concerned about size, consult a physician. There are over the counter herbs to help with this matter. Look it up online.
thanks seth. it may sound weird but, it's not just about the women. its more about me not feeling manly enough. i have this thing in my head saying "real man must have big, or normal penis". stupid isnt it? but unfortunately this is how i feel.
I understand your feeling. It was comforting in my research to find out that most men want to increase their size, and that a good, loving woman wants you for YOU, not for your zucchini. With today's culture, it is difficult to catch hold of these truths, but they eventually take root.
By the way, I don't know if you have a weight problem, but one motivator to take off extra tonnage is that extra weight hides some of the penis in the abdominal wall. Lose some weight, you have more to show. I was sent an unpleasant picture of a horrendously fat guy that looked like a woman.
By the way, I really like your icon. Aside from it's own coolness, it also reminds me a bit of the Firefox logo.
I don't believe for at second that that it doesn't matter, if you have a very small penis.
It IS a problem, because it's not just you who thinks it's less manly when your size is small.
We ALL know that.
So you have a problem which you'll have to learn how to deal with. It IS manly to deal with your problems. It is NOT manly to try to dismiss them.
Consider how much of your manly identity are we talking about?
Consider what you YOURSELF think about it. If the size of your penis counts for 90% of your manliness, then you're in big trouble if you want to be a real, tough man. But fortunately - as you can see for yourself on this site - some other factors count as well. So go work on those factors. Under normal circumstances 99.9% of the people you meet will never know how big your penis is anyway. So why bother to think about it.
Do you think it is IMPOSSIBLE to find a woman who will find it ok that you're small in size? Could it be that there's a woman or two out there who are small themselves? Who would like it that way? Is there a way of finding her?
Another point: You may have a small penis, and it affects your self esteem. Other men have other problems to deal with, which affect their self esteem. Lots of men posture as big, tough men - and aren't.
So in that respect you're no different than them - if you "posture".
If or when you find a way to deal with that feeling "less manly" - you'll no longer be posturing, your self esteem will grow - and you'll be manly as hell.
Small penis or not.
But you'll have to take it seriously - and not dismiss it, and pretend the challenge is not there.
That's just hiding. And that is not manly.
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