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It truly is all about the size of the package — but not in the way that you might think.
It’s time to take a stand: regarding penis size, and what it means to be a sexually desirable man.
A large penis doesn’t make a man a great kisser, fill him with sensuality and passion, make his partner feel loved or safe – nor guarantee that he is a remotely competent lover.
It’s often ignored that the largest sex organ we have is our brain. The brain, which it happens, is also bombarded with distorted messaging on what makes a man, a man.
And it starts at an increasingly early age. The way men and their bodies are portrayed in mass media deeply affects their lives.
There are over a million men in the U.S. with serious eating disorders. Perhaps more revealing, is a figure from a recent UK study, which found 1 out of 3 men would sacrifice a year of their life in exchange for their ideal body.
I began speaking to men in my circle, as well as to Lucky Bloke customers, about these findings, and then took it to Facebook:
“Gentlemen, how many years would you be willing to sacrifice, in exchange for your ideal body? How many for your ideal penis?”
The responses given indicated …
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