“Does size matter” is probably the most common penis-related question of all time. We’ve discussed it numerous times here in Girl Boner land before, but until recently, we hadn’t delved into the opposite: when smaller is definitely better.
Recently a man who goes by the name Rip Van Dinkle reached out to me, offering to speak to his experience as a small penis owner and contestant in the Smallest Penis Pageant in Brooklyn. We chatted by Skype and I shared much of our interview in the latest Girl Boner Radio episode.
Stream the episode on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio or below! Here are a few takeaways:
Small penis jokes run rampant, but are they actually funny? (You get to answer that one yourself, preferably after listening to the episode. ;))
Small penises can bring and experience big pleasure.
The size of a flaccid penis is what many people on the smaller side find embarrassing. (Is anyone else surprised by this?)
Some people prefer small penises. For some folks, it’s a full on fetish!
Small penis humiliation is one such fetish. (I shared two people’s favorite perks of SPH in the episode.)
Micro-penises are also a thing.
The Smallest Penis in Brooklyn pageant is considered the first of its kind and features three categories: evening wear, swimwear and talent.
While the pageant has attracted some snarkiness and trolls, it’s meant to be body-positive. To see NSFW photos and learn more, click here.
Learning to embrace an aspect of your body you’ve felt historically insecure about isn’t only possible, but empowering. Take it from Rip, who has learned to laugh about his small penis size and have fun with it, and from Dr. Megan Fleming, who shared thoughts on boosting body confidence for greater joy and pleasure, including this adage: “It’s not the size of the boat, but the motion of the ocean.”
What did you think of the episode? How have you learned to better embrace your body? I love hearing from you!
Aurora Jean Alexander says
Another educational episode, August. I’ve been a witness of men bragging about their big size (which ever so often exaggerated)… but here we got someone who’s content and proud. Thanks for this!
August McLaughlin says
So glad you appreciated it, AJ! I think lots of people can learn from his attitude.
The last few years have been the worst for me. Due to medications, weight, high blood pressure, and diabetes, as well as a little to age, I have had a difficult time getting and keeping an erection. It is not difficult to stay positive when you can remain hard (even if only average or a little less in size) long enough to please her and yourself. However, when that stops, you are stuck with a flaccid organ that just doesn’t appeal to your sense of sexuality. That’s just my take on it. I know from experience that it only takes about 2 inches of a finger to find and massage a G-spot and those times are fun and exciting…still…gets me down.
August McLaughlin says
So sorry to hear that’s been a struggle, Scott. Would you like Dr. Megan and I to share thoughts for you in an upcoming episode?