This is probably the stupidest question I've come across on the EP Q&A, and that's really saying something.
No honestly another reason to not bring up obese kids.
Good question actually and educational for some men. Growing up fat, yes you will have a much smaller penis. So another reason to avoid obesity in kids. Some men have reported upon losing weight they gain inches on their penis' length.
Yes in fact some of us do but an inch or 2 is buried in fat but does penetrate during sex because the fat rolls back. I for one am 5 foot 9 I am 280lbs & I have a 7 inch **** that is 5.75 inches in girth (1.5 wide) you can see it on http://werewolf2814.tumblr.com
I would say that the fatter a man gets, the smaller his penis appears (to a certain point). Also, when a fat man loses a significant amount of weight, his penis will tend to "grow" in size when that fat isn't surrounding it. <br />
According to Dr. Oz: "For every 15 pounds of fat lost, a man can expect to perceive increases of more than an inch in penis length." I'm sure that maybe limited to a certain point. If you lost 100 pounds, I doubt if any man would grow and extra 6.5 inches, but I could be wrong.
lol i wouldn't know, why are you dating a fat guy?
You have to remember that the fat around the pubic mound makes the penis look smaller than it is.
Im a fat guy with a large member it happens