Every now and then I like to focus on the male penis. And in a productive way, not provocative or erotic. With that said, I've been reading comments for years about how an extra large penis is somehow cliche in books with erotic content and that's always passed me by. I don't, however, usually get into detailed penis description in my books unless I'm having a go at satire or humor...I tried that once with burping a big penis and the asexual crowd is still harping on it. I try to keep the penis descriptions plain and simple, without having to resort to clinical terms. For me nothing is more of a turn-off than reading an erotic romance that talks about a "flange." Or even "corona."
I'll leave it at that because this next article is interesting in the sense that it discusses extra large penises. You don't hear about that often, or at least not often enough, as far as many people are concerned.
Here's one that might surprise you.
2.) Liam Neeson
In her autobiography No Lifeguard on Duty, Janice Dickinson wrote of her ex-boyfriend Liam Neeson, saying he had "the biggest penis of any man alive. He unzipped his pants and an Evian bottle fell out."
This one I knew from pop culture. They used to call him "Johnny Wad" in the porn industry and I'm not sure if I ever posted anything about him before.
4.) John Holmes
Even though he had one of the most celebrated dicks in porn history, due to its size, there's no real documentation of his measurement. His manager claimed he was 13.5 inches, but Holmes' first wife said he measured it in front of her, before he started doing adult films, and it was 10 inches.
You can check out the rest of them here. There are 18 more.
Will A Large Penis Make You Happy?
This isn't about getting a large penis. This is about when you have a large penis does it make you happier than other men. The guy in this article seems to think so. He was at rock bottom at one time in his life and his big penis kept him going.
"Are you kidding me?" says Josh (who's 33 now and has started over as a physical therapist). "That's basically my philosophy on life! Whenever it gets bad, I'm like, 'Hey, I got the one good thing!' My ex-girlfriend called it BDS—Big Dick Syndrome. It was hard to even have an argument, because I'd just be like, 'Whatever.' It's an ego thing. Because when it comes down to men, I mean, really, what else is there?"
Of course psychologists disagree and they think it's more about what you do with your size than anything. One of the biggest ironies of my life was when I once met a gorgeous guy with a HUGE penis and he told me he wanted to be a trans woman. You can only imagine how ironic this was for him.
In any event, here's the rest of the article. I think it depends on the person.
Does Penis Size Matter?
Of course most conversations about the penis usually wind up with someone asking...Does penis size matter? This next article discusses the topic candidly in a way you don't see very often. It's geared toward women but I think it could also apply to gay men. In this regard I think both gay men and women do share a few things in common. And, from what I've seen and heard penis size doesn't really matter that much to most. Of course they all could be lying because they think that's the right PC thing to say...which it is.
This talks about a dating web site where penis size is one of the most important things...again, candidly. No one seems to be holding anything back to look good on social media.
Website founder Steven Pasternack filled us in on what triggered him to launch it.
He said: ‘I had the idea talking to a few female friends who were complaining about investing time with guys who then turned out to have small penises.
‘They all said they wished there was a site which listed penis size like it did hair colour and height.’
Launched in 2008 and now with approximately 40,000 members, 7OrBetter is increasingly popular with both the straight and gay community – perhaps highlighting the growing trend for internet daters to want to know everything about their potential dates before they meet.
Of course for most dating sites where gay men go this isn't something new. I've seen enough of them in my time to know that penis size is something that matters to some/many gay men mainly because so many post the size of their penis. It stands to reason. In fact, I'm kind of surprised that hetero dating sites don't mention penis size...up until now. But I don't know anything about hetero dating sites and that's the impression I'm getting from this article.
You can read the rest here. And, to put a small spin on all this, pardon the bad pun, I've also known gay men who actually go out and seek partners with the smallest penises imaginable. Go figure.
So it really us up to the individual. I never made any penis size a top priority when I was single, sorry for that bad pun, too. And I'm really not lying about that (smile).
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