I agree with the others. Eight inches hard and thick what a lot of men dream of. So what if you're short and flaccid when in the gym who cares.You don't want the anchor tendons cut to your penis not good at all. If you like to read this about the procedure here you go. http://www.altermd.com/Penis%20Enhancement/penile_lengthening.htm
Leave yourself alone and be happy with what you have!View Thread
Pre-Cum it's a good thing. I love it when I have pre-cum albeit at 65 it is becoming rare. As others have said it is a cleanser for the urinary tract out through the penis, but a good lubricant. For sure if you are with your girl friend and your penis is putting out pre-cum and she is playing with you what better way for her to know that your hot for her. Like wise when your playing with her pussy and she is all wet she is hot for you, it can't get any better then that and I gets me stirred up talking about it.
I'm 65 and I totally agree with your view albeit I've slowed way down, but sex is still a beautiful thing. Size really doesn't matter it's all how you care for your partner and her needs as well as your own. I'm 5½- 6" at best and my penis has provided good sex for me and my wife for 44 years
I like how you put this. " I've always classified sexual intercourse into three different categories: (1) Sex (2) fu..ing (3) making love" So much truth in this.
An_247458 you have nothing to be concerned about. At 16 your 5" penis will grow some more, but be happy with what you have and enjoy your penis. I'm sure your GF will be very accepting of your size and remember be considerate of her.
For sure stress is a sex killer and it's very hard on our body and brain. Sex is our most natural and wonderful gift of being human. Enjoy all the sex you want and I'm sure your fiancée is loving it. There will come a day many years down the road when you will dream of your days of blissful sex, when it's not so often and still a loving time. Congrats on your wedding day and enjoy your youth and good health....View Thread
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