I came across this post on a forum recently (lovely grammar and spelling are hers):
“SMALL PENIS… are SOOO much better than large penis’
or so think some morons online HA!!!!
I was browsing online trying to find out why my [boyfriend's] dick is tiny but his dads was deliciously large, and tumbled upon a site which encourages small penis losers to support eachother and feel good about their lack of masculinity.. wtf. (yea im not posting the site because im boycotting it and u losers will probably go on their and think its okay to have a clit for a dick)
some of these morons had the nerve to say “some women PREFER a small penis as a large one can hit their cervix and cause them pain” HAHAHAHAH what a bloody JOKE!
another reason having as mall penis is good? ” a woman can fit the whole thing in her mouth” LOL haha and about 3 baseballs along with it.. fucking faggots.
go fuck eachother then.”
And we should be surprised that some men may refuse to wear condoms because they are embarrassed that they’re too small for them? Women are insecure about their weight, the size of their breasts, or the appearance of their vaginas, because of societal standards of beauty that are imposed on them. But what about men?
In this society, masculinity is often linked to penis size. Men brag about having a big dick, and it’s seen as a source of pride, and an indication of their sexual prowess. But the thing is, dick size is totally unimportant, and is most definitely not an indication of how much of a “man” someone is.
Yes, we all have our preferences when it comes to sex and body types. Some women *do* prefer larger penises. But many don’t. Like me. I don’t need a giant cock ripping me in half. In fact, bigger is often more painful for me. I’ve also found that many less endowed men actually try harder in bed, because they feel like they have something to prove. They tend to be more considerate lovers. Guys that are well endowed so often rely solely on the size of their dick to please their lovers that they feel like they don’t have to put the effort in elsewhere. And often, they can be bigger dicks both literally and figuratively. Granted, these are all generalizations, but the point I’m trying to make is that size doesn’t matter.
It’s awful that so many men feel embarrassed or ashamed for not having 7 inch dicks. However, we do equate bigger with better in this society. Take the dating site 7orbetter.com. Not only can men under 7 inches not be on the site, but the name of the site is “7 or better,” not “7 or longer” or “7 or larger,” implying that bigger is better. But men shouldn’t be shamed for having a small or less than average or average penis. The size of their dick isn’t indicative of their sexual prowess, their masculinity, or anything at all.
It’s not just women that have unrealistic standards of beauty to live up to, and it’s important to remember that, sometimes, it does work both ways.