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Does your SO complain about his penis size?

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Okay, okay I know I am going to get some posts by woman OH NO HE IS HUGE!, but whatever.  ANYWAY my DH didn't used to complain about it, but a few years ago he started this fantasy of me "taking" a big dick.  So during sex he sometimes like me to act like he has a porn star dick.  Well he isn't huge and he isn't tiny either... he is actually bigger than the "average" size.  He is the only man I have even been with sexually and we have two beautiful kids together so obviously it works lol...  So we have been going through this thing off and on where he shows me porno videos or pictures and asks me how much I like them and do I wish he was bigger blah blah blah.  I mean yeah have I thought about wishing he had a huge dick? yeah is it going to magically change? NO I am happy with him and I have told him numerous times.  Heck he probably wishes I was *tighter* and all around better in bed because I can tell you I am far from good LOL...   We have been together since we were teens and are now mid to late 20s and like I said it never came up before until a few years ago.  So am I the only one with this problem? I mean it's not really a problem and I don't mind him talking about me taking a big one, but it annoys me when he talks about how little he is and at the same time he knows he isn't really THAT small. 

Posted by Anonymous on Jul. 23, 2012 at 2:38 PM
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Nicky2911
by on Aug. 3, 2012 at 11:59 PM

Sometimes he complains in a certain way that is obvious that he just wants me to tell him I like his size. He is not unaware of what he is doing I just think he likes to hear it every now and then. I actually tease him by telling him that if he ever tries to "enlarge" his penis in away way I'll leave him because he is almost too big for me. I'm a small girl and, since SO was certainly not my first, I am very aware how painful a man being too big can be. It makes sex miserable and uninviting. Ugh just the memory makes me shudder. Expecting great fun only to get the feeling of being quickly jabbed/punched in the uterus. Think he would like being told he is almost too big? lol

lilfishbigocean
by on Aug. 4, 2012 at 7:48 AM

Actually uncircumcised penises do tend to be bigger. Some people dispute this, but there is a lot of evidence and studies to back it up.
An Australian survey in 1995 showed circumcised men to have erect penises an average of 8mm shorter than intact men.
[1.R. D. Talarico and J. E. Jasaitis, "Concealed Penis: A Complication of Neonatal Circumcision," Journal of Urology 110 (1973): 732-733. 2.Richters J, Gerofi J, Donovan B. Why do condoms break or slip off in use? An exploratory study. Int J STD AIDS. 1995; 6(1):11-8. ]
That 8mm is about a third of an inch, but I know I've seen other places where studies showed it could be as much as 3/4 inch difference between cut and uncut penises.
It may be because of the interruption in blood flow the penis experiences after circumcision. It's known that circumcision changes the blood flow, and it's also well known that changing the flow of blood to something can affect its development. Some doctors use this deliberately to block arteries supplying blood to tumors to make them shrink. So why do people have such a hard time accepting that circumcision does this to the penis?
Several feet of blood vessels, including the frenular artery and branches of the dorsal artery are removed in circumcision. This loss of the rich vascularity interrupts normal flow to the shaft and glans of the penis, damaging the natural function of the penis and altering its development. [1.H. C. Bazett et al., "Depth, Distribution and Probable Identification in the Prepuce of Sensory End-Organs Concerned in Sensations of Temperature and Touch; Thermometric Conductivity," Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 27 (1932): 489-517.� 2. Netter, F.H., "Atlas of Human Anatomy," Second Edition (Novartis, 1997): plates 238, 239.]

Read more:
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_uncircumcised_penises_bigger#ixzz22ZqOOpaf

It was on the first page when I looked on Google..
For the record, I agree with it.
Having the extra forskin that a circ'ed penis does not, gives it room to 'grow'.
Did you know that men can have a surgery to make their penis bigger? Because they actually have a few inches of dick that is up inside them.

Quoting MamaJess9:

LMAO okay then. Whatever you say. There is no scar tissue on any circumcised penis I have ever seen. If there is, they fucked it up big time.

I attempted to "do my research" lol and didn't find a single thing about circumcised penises being smaller than uncut ones. Now why would that be? Probably because you made it up and you are the only person who actually thinks it or believes it.
Quoting Anonymous:

You obviously don't know how it works or anything about foreskin. It is not "just loose skin". When they cut a baby boy the foreskin is still attached to his penis. They forcefully tear it off creating scar tissue. The scar tissue and the fact that the nerves have now been damaged can, and often does, inhibit growth. Do your research. Just because all of you pro circ moms don't want these things to be true so that you won't have to feel guilty for mutilating your sons that doesn't change the facts.



Quoting MamaJess9:

Now how in the holy fucking hell does a grown adult even think it's possible that would have anything to do with it? LMAO It's just loose skin, how would it's presence or non-presence have any effect on penis growth/size? Wow.



Quoting Anonymous:

It does and I know for a fact it does. I know a set of twins that one was circd and the other not. The intact twin is about 3 inches bigger and he's thicker. He is very thankful for the fever that prevented him being circd.









Quoting jillian_G1:

Also being circumcised has nothing to do with size.


 

Anonymous
by Anonymous 5 on Aug. 4, 2012 at 8:56 AM
They are like pliable hollow dildos that a guy can put his thing in and use during sex.

Quoting Anonymous:

How does it work??


Quoting Anonymous:

My dh has an average sized dick. I've had bigger and smaller both. He is obsessed with it being too small and is always going on about it and driving me crazy. I think his first wife made comments about it to hurt him and now its in his head. Totally stupid if you ask me, it's fine but he won't listen. He even buys those idiotic penis extenders and I refuse to have sex with him when he tries to use them.


Pink_Sunshine
by on Aug. 4, 2012 at 8:57 AM
HA!
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italgrkgoddess
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 12:52 PM

That is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard.  They barely take off anything during a circumcision (lots of blood, but barely any skin).  Plus, it's being done by a doctor not a butcher.

Bottom line is being circumcised has nothing to do with penis size at all.

Quoting Anonymous:

 

Quoting jillian_G1:

Also being circumcised has nothing to do with size.


I read that it could if there was too much skin taken off.  Leading to curvature in the penis and what not.


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italgrkgoddess
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 2:47 PM

There is absolutely no correlation between circumcised penis and an uncircumcised penis when it comes to size.  There is no scar tissue that would have any impact on it's future growth.

Being a nurse I've seen thousands of penises in my life.  There is absolutely no difference in size between the two.

Another thing, never, and mean never, take anything you read on wikipedia as factual. 

Quoting lilfishbigocean:

Actually uncircumcised penises do tend to be bigger. Some people dispute this, but there is a lot of evidence and studies to back it up.
An Australian survey in 1995 showed circumcised men to have erect penises an average of 8mm shorter than intact men.
[1.R. D. Talarico and J. E. Jasaitis, "Concealed Penis: A Complication of Neonatal Circumcision," Journal of Urology 110 (1973): 732-733. 2.Richters J, Gerofi J, Donovan B. Why do condoms break or slip off in use? An exploratory study. Int J STD AIDS. 1995; 6(1):11-8. ]
That 8mm is about a third of an inch, but I know I've seen other places where studies showed it could be as much as 3/4 inch difference between cut and uncut penises.
It may be because of the interruption in blood flow the penis experiences after circumcision. It's known that circumcision changes the blood flow, and it's also well known that changing the flow of blood to something can affect its development. Some doctors use this deliberately to block arteries supplying blood to tumors to make them shrink. So why do people have such a hard time accepting that circumcision does this to the penis?
Several feet of blood vessels, including the frenular artery and branches of the dorsal artery are removed in circumcision. This loss of the rich vascularity interrupts normal flow to the shaft and glans of the penis, damaging the natural function of the penis and altering its development. [1.H. C. Bazett et al., "Depth, Distribution and Probable Identification in the Prepuce of Sensory End-Organs Concerned in Sensations of Temperature and Touch; Thermometric Conductivity," Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 27 (1932): 489-517.� 2. Netter, F.H., "Atlas of Human Anatomy," Second Edition (Novartis, 1997): plates 238, 239.]

Read more:
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_uncircumcised_penises_bigger#ixzz22ZqOOpaf

It was on the first page when I looked on Google..
For the record, I agree with it.
Having the extra forskin that a circ'ed penis does not, gives it room to 'grow'.
Did you know that men can have a surgery to make their penis bigger? Because they actually have a few inches of dick that is up inside them.

Quoting MamaJess9:

LMAO okay then. Whatever you say. There is no scar tissue on any circumcised penis I have ever seen. If there is, they fucked it up big time.

I attempted to "do my research" lol and didn't find a single thing about circumcised penises being smaller than uncut ones. Now why would that be? Probably because you made it up and you are the only person who actually thinks it or believes it.
Quoting Anonymous:

You obviously don't know how it works or anything about foreskin. It is not "just loose skin". When they cut a baby boy the foreskin is still attached to his penis. They forcefully tear it off creating scar tissue. The scar tissue and the fact that the nerves have now been damaged can, and often does, inhibit growth. Do your research. Just because all of you pro circ moms don't want these things to be true so that you won't have to feel guilty for mutilating your sons that doesn't change the facts.



Quoting MamaJess9:

Now how in the holy fucking hell does a grown adult even think it's possible that would have anything to do with it? LMAO It's just loose skin, how would it's presence or non-presence have any effect on penis growth/size? Wow.



Quoting Anonymous:

It does and I know for a fact it does. I know a set of twins that one was circd and the other not. The intact twin is about 3 inches bigger and he's thicker. He is very thankful for the fever that prevented him being circd.









Quoting jillian_G1:

Also being circumcised has nothing to do with size.


 


Proud mother, wife and RN!jumping rope

Anonymous
by Anonymous 26 on Oct. 9, 2012 at 2:48 PM

The only time my husband complains about the size is when I give him a blowjob. He wishes he was smaller, because I can't get the whole thing in my mouth unless he's still soft.

GremlinMom
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 2:49 PM
No.
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PEEK05
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 2:49 PM

No, never.  He doesn't talk about his penis size and neither do I.  I honestly couldn't tell you how long he is.

baquick
by Ruby Member on Oct. 9, 2012 at 2:50 PM
Oh! Good one! I'm SO using that tonight! Ill find a way to work it in! Lol

Quoting Anonymous:

once dh asked if his was normal size and I said baby who wants normal? he wore a smile for days

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