Not all men are created equal, but they all have equal capacity to love and live life as they choose. No matter what size you are, it is always good to read of real people accepting themselves for what they have, irregardless of what body-part they came to accept. Confidence and acceptance in oneself is key to living a happy life. With that said, here are some real-world examples of men happily living with a micropenis, or small penis in general.
Meet Martin: His new-found confidence with himself has led to his latest movement. Martin wishes to inspire others with the same condition to look past their bodily issues. He hopes to bring people to a happier place by encouraging them to accept what they have, no matter what self-image issue they have with themselves. A blogger shot Martin some great questions. Here’s Martins best response:
“One should try to decouple oneself from the body image propagated by society and the media and try to be confident in one’s own body. People come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and so do perceptions of beauty. There’s no standard mold that fits neither people nor notions of beauty.”
Simply brilliant. This guy has overcome what many perceive to be a shortcoming and turned it into a body-image movement.
Comedian Patrick Moote: You may remember the sad video of a guy getting denied after proposing during a sports event…. while it aired stadium-wide on the jumbo-tron. His girlfriend said no because she couldn’t imagine being with a guy with such a little dink. It was an eye-awakening moment in his life, and he used that sad-event to launch a documentary about life with a tiny penis. It aired recently -Dec 6th to be exact, so you may have to give it a watch when it hits download sites in the next couple weeks.
In his documentary “Unhung Hero”, you see him trying to find truth in enlargement practices. His quest takes him around the world, and eventually brings him to the conclusion that he is happy with what he has, and doesn’t need to be bigger. His newfound girlfriend and he are happy, and that’s all that matters. It just goes to show that finding a chick that’s not such a cold-hard-wench helps a lot. The link to the review of his documentary and story can be found on our favorite resources page, which you’ll see at the bottom.
Nick Golranan the UPS worker: Nick signed up as a contestant in “Brooklyn’s Smallest Penis Contest”… and won! He and other contestants proudly hit the stage in a small-size showdown. 100 people watched as he and 5 others competed. Ultimately it was Nick that won the contest and claimed the $200 prize which he said would preferably be used towards a date. Despite what many would call a public shaming, this champ went on to publicly share the below amazing words.
“The size of a man’s penis does not matter for who he is as a person or in a relationship.”
When asked if small penis have a bad rap he replied
“Yes. That’s the media’s fault, I think. For both men and women, they push out images of people who just aren’t regular normal people. The size of a man’s penis does not matter for who he is as a person or in a relationship… Some people let that false sense of body image upset them and they shouldn’t be upset at all. Even worse, some people use those false standards and judge other people. It’s disconcerting.”
At this point you probably see a connection between the 3 above. They have all come to the conclusion that there is a body-image crisis upon us. To most they are publicly shaming themselves, but in there eyes they see a larger movement going on there. It sounds silly, but in their eyes they are doing something, and their lack of shame shows. Perhaps all the humiliation has hardened them, because few men could ever publicly admit to such a thing.
Few men have, because there literally are only a handful of inspiring examples like Martin, Patrick, and Nick, ever to step forward.
How about that. Perhaps it’s because most guys are stuck on the medias understanding of ‘big’. The media is where anonymity and falsity actively breed, where their ‘stories’ are taken as fact, which lead most guys thinking like this…
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