Hi everyone! it's been over a year now since my last round of Metacrill. Everything is perfect, the shape, the texture, but these days I have some doubts about my size which is about 6.6 inches midshaft Girth to 6.75 when swelled (after intercourse or after long masturbation), the width measured with ruler at midshaft is about 2.3 inches. I'm afraid it's too big and I won't be able to enjoy sex anymore. I have always been engaged so I have only used my new penis with one girl (my gf) and with her everything goes perfectly with no problems and no extra lube either.
I'm afraid that if we break up one day finding other girls willing to have a relationship/sex with me will be difficult. You guys who have the same size or bigger what experience do you have about it? is sex no longer a pleasure but a job? is it hard to find a girl who is willing to have sex and who doesn't get scared? thanks
No offense here: But, Are you being freaking serious, or just fishing for the answers that will make you happy. Jesus.
some of the biggest guys on here have continually stated that they have had no problems finding and/or fucking any woman. Lots of lube and lots of foreplay is their recommendation. Im quite sure you can find these posts. While some women might comment on these guy's sizes; they accept it and enjoy it ! Anal may be out for some women, but not everyone.
Unfortunately I'm serious, I mean I'm not tragic but sometimes I get these doubts, maybe you're right, hearing your answers makes me feel better and makes me realize that they are just unnecessary problems
behappy wrote: Unfortunately I'm serious, I mean I'm not tragic but sometimes I get these doubts, maybe you're right, hearing your answers makes me feel better and makes me realize that they are just unnecessary problems
Honestly, the only "troubling doubt" is that you dwell on what you might do if you were no longer with your fiancée... I'd recommend putting your focus on ensuring that future remains on strong foundations instead of pondering how big you might for others "in the future." Unless of course they aren't on strong foundations, in which case that's a completely separate matter altogether.