The purpose of this blog is to provide a forum for men (and the women who love them) to be able to openly discuss “their” small penis in a mature, responsible and thoughtful way. Most of those who participate on this blog are in long-term, committed relationships and have learned to have fun and excitement in their sex lives.
Regrettably, as most of you probably know, there are very few places on the Internet where you can find any useful or helpful information at all on the small penis. To be clear, this blog is NOT a small penis humiliation site. We do not condone, encourage, promote or advocate the degrading or emasculation of ANY man. Instead, what we do here is celebrate the small penis, and openly discuss the challenges and advantages of being in a small penis relationship.
If you are new to this blog, and you’re a guy who has not yet fully accepted your small penis, or you’re a woman who is married to a guy who is struggling with this issue, we suggest you go to our home page and read the articles in the Category, “Small Penis Acceptance.” These articles were specifically written from our point of view and may help you understand the importance of accepting, celebrating and loving “your” small penis.
Of course, there are many other categories too, but these categories are more of what we would call “advanced topics,” in that they assume that you have already accepted your small penis, and are now looking for ideas or information on how to improve your sex life. We talk openly about sex toys, compensating for the small penis, small penis sex positions, male competition, small condoms, etc. We also cover a variety of topics that some may consider “taboo,” such as small penis teasing, tease and denial, outing, cuckolding, Dom-sub relationships and many more. But we try to treat all topics in a straightforward and honest way. We don’t promote or encourage any sexual practice, but we enjoy reading the responses from other small penis couples who share their opinions on virtually all subjects.
Of course, we always want to encourage you to share your ideas and thoughts with us on the blog, but if you feel uncomfortable in doing so for whatever reason, please feel free to contact either or both of us via email too. We are always interested in hearing your ideas, observations and of course your suggestions for future articles. Again, thanks to all of you who inspire us to continue our efforts.
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