A very, very brave man with a very, very small penis went on a British daytime TV show on Thursday to make the unusual (but, frankly, pretty damn courageous) move to talk about life with a micro-penis.
Understandably, the comments for the segment are disabled on YouTube.
That man, 50-year-old Ant Smith, authored a book called the Small Penis Bible, and he went on the show to let men with similar issues know that there are others like them out there with the same predicament. So, don’t be embarrassed. While he was there he also demonstrated with cardboard cutouts the difference between his flaccid and hard dong with that of an average one, which seems pretty damn wild. Here, check it out for yourself:
Ant went on to reveal that he utilizes other parts of his anatomy to keep his wife of 16 years happy because, despite jokes, it is indeed possible to please a woman with a micro-penis. (Here’s how.) Smith also added that he’s motivated to stay in shape so that an overgrown stomach doesn’t take away precious size because, when you have just an inch to work with, every millimeter counts.
“Control your weight,” he said. “As you put weight on then more of that [your penis] gets buried. That can make up to a couple of centimeters difference.”
The show claimed that half of men admit that they’re concerned with the size of their penises (which actually seems kind of low to me).
A micro-penis is usually defined as being two-and-a-half standard deviations smaller than the mean erect size, with would put it at about 2.75 inches or smaller. A systemic review that was compiled in 2015 put the average flaccid length for wieners at about 3.5 inches, and the average erect length at about 5.
However, for those who don’t quite measure up, the Small Penis Bible contains jokes and real-life stories that tell the tale of micro-penises without turning things into a pity party. It’s a subject that kind of gets pushed into the shadows of our society, but it could be an interesting buy if there’s a non-judgmental bookstore somewhere near you.