A MICROPENIS is a penis that is 2.8 inches or less when erect, or 2.5 inches when “stretched” while flaccid. The issue causes a lot of insecurity, understandably. Women shared their experiences getting intimate with a man with a mircopenis.
The condition can carry with it a lot of insecurity and life long problems in relationships. How have women found mircopenises when coming across them in different scenarios?
These women posted their experiences to Reddit.
‘I was turned off’
One woman said that her male partners small size was enough to end the short relationship.
“I was turned off, but felt like it would be mean to stop because of that so we went ahead and had sex, though I couldn’t feel anything,” she said.
I didn’t see him again after that… told him that I just didn’t feel like we had good chemistry. It was a very awkward situation all around.”
‘He made up for it’
“I’ve slept with one guy with a huge penis and two with very small penises,” one experienced woman wrote.
“One of the guys was pretty good in bed…he made up for his lack of size in many other different ways”
‘You can learn’
“I’m a pretty firm believer that size doesn’t matter and that it is purely down to the individuals interest in sex and willingness to learn,” said one woman, who likes to take a collaborative approach.
‘I’m willing to work around it’
“I’ve been with lots of guys. A few of them had extremely tiny penises (like micropenis status),” one young woman said.
However, the co-operative lady was keen to find ways around the issue if she felt strongly for the individual.
“I ended things with them for entirely different reasons. I definitely would have been willing to work around the small penis if I really felt a connection with either of them,” she added.
These women posted their experiences to Reddit
“If I met them and grew to know and like them for their personality, humour and a nice body would def [sic] help. I think I could enjoy it,” one woman wrote.
‘If it does’t feel good don’t do it’
One woman was much more realistic. She said: “I’m going to say what no one else seems to be willing to: sometimes sex IS make or break.”
She added: “I would say give it a shot, but if it really isn’t working and if it really doesn’t feel good, then it’s probably not worth your time continuing on with a relationship with this individual. At least not a romantic one. Sex is a HUGE part of intimacy and intimacy is a huge part of any romantic partnership.”
Depends on your angle’
“I slept with a guy who had a very small penis,” one woman wrote, who enjoyed the experience immensely.
“He put me into some positions I’d never been in before and it was great! You/your partner will possibly just have to work the angles a little more but fun times can still be had.”
‘Smaller = more giving’
Another woman was convinced that smaller men were more generous in bed.
“In my personal experience, I’ve found that guys who are smaller (at least in comparison to others I’ve had) are considerably more giving in bed,” she wrote.
One woman said that her male partners small size was enough to end the short relationship
A buried penis is when the shaft of the penis is partly or completely hidden by the bulk of the body. In other terms it looks as though the penis has retracted back into the pubic fat.
It was first described in 1919 as when the “when the penis, lacking its proper sheath of skin, lies buried beneath the integument of the abdomen, thigh or scrotum.”
It can effect infants congenitally and adults – but in adults it is usually caused later in life and is down to another condition.