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Small But Proud

My penis is only 1/2 inch in length when soft, but when erect it grows to around 4 1/2 inches in length. I used to be very shy about my lack of size until I met my first wife who convinced me that there was nothing wrong with me. I performed more that adequately in bed with her and brought her to an ****** on a regular basis. My problem has always been when someone is telling a story that involves a small penis and I am supposed to laugh along with everyone else over the humiliation that the person they are talking about is being exposed to. How does anybody else handle this type of situation?

 

 

oldie48 oldie48 56-60 6 Responses Jun 27, 2009

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I laugh along with them. I accept the small penis humor. Besides, 4.5 inches is a size you can be proud of. It's quite within the normal range, and even within the average range. Helen Gurley Brown, who started Cosmo magazine, once said that if a woman gets a man who has 4 inches or more, he's a keeper. The truth is, that any size that works, that gives her pleasure and satisfaction is a good size. Even if the stimulation from that penis is augmented by manual caresses or toys. Whatever works. If two people love each other, and really want to make each other happy, nothing can stop them. They'll figure out a way, whatever the shortcoming or handicap. Women marry guys who are paraplegics, in wheelchairs, and they still are happy sexually. Obviously they figured out some way to give each other gratifying sex. So can anybody, even a guy who is impotent, or who had his penis removed because of penile cancer.

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as someone who is in the 5 x5" range and having been called small not only by females and my guy friends as we once talked about our size and while almost everyone claimed they were 7 and up I said I was 5" and I still get made fun of from time to time but I just own up to it now...if people see you're not embarrassed then what can they do to you?

I liked these comments, especially knowing larger guys have the same size as me (I'm barley 5'3 tall and maybe 135 in weight) lol I'm almost a man in many ways!

Oh for crissakes! I feel myself blushing some, too, whenever some jerk tells a small-penis joke and while I wouldn't want my coworker men to know I'm small, I would enjoy most of the women knowing I am. I had a fling with one of the women in my office last fall and I'll bet she told at least one other woman in the office about my small ****. It probably really surprised her because I'm a 6'3", 240 pound bearded guy that one probably assumes is hung big. I get off on having a little **** and love showing it off in the locker room or the nude beach.

Hey, oldie48, I identify totally with your reaction to jokes. They are rather common and whether it be on TV or in a movie, I become uneasy when they come out. It's usually just a comment about a guy's penis being small but I know I turn red when it happens. I wonder if everybody senses that and gets the message that mine is small??? That's another embarrassing thought.

I am in the same boat as you are both in the size of my penis, my measurements exactly match yours. I have been married three times and my size has never been an issue. I also have no problem bringing a woman to her ******. As far as the "jokes" are concerned I ignore the person telling the "joke" because they are just showing their own insecurity by trying to seem superior to someone else. There are more important things in life than just having a large or even average size penis. Who you are as a person is much more important than the size of your penis.