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THE HOT SEAT!!! Find Out How To Tell Her You Have A Micro-pen*s


Feb. 12, 2020

Every guy has his own unique anxieties about s£x, and one of the most common of all is feeling worried about the size of your cock. Not
only is this something you can't change, but it's also usually misguided.
Guys routinely underrate how their pen*s compares to the crowd, guided by popular myths about what a proper cock should look like. Still,
if you really have a micro-cock, sometimes it's best to admit it. That way, you'll avoid any bedroom disappointment.
Sometimes in a relationship, you're not sure how to phrase a delicate subject or tricky topic. Sure, saying nothing at all is easy, but avoiding
the subject doesn't do anyone any good. Awkward Conversations provides you with a template for what to say and what not to say and
why, so you can have those difficult discussions without them turning into full-blown fights.
Pen*s anxiety is incredibly common, and many men seem to worry about whether they have a large enough pen*s. That being said, if you
know that your pen*s is much smaller than average, you may wonder how to inform the people who will be interacting with it. 
Remember: You aren’t under any obligation to disclose your pen*s size. You can let potential partners find out for themselves. But in case
you don’t want them to be surprised, you might feel like letting them know beforehand. How do you break that kind of news? And when
exactly? Luckily for you, we’ve put together a handy guide to help you get through this painful conversation gracefully. 
1. Wait for the Right Moment 
Don’t blurt out that you’re not packing much over lunch with your date. This is an extremely personal conversation, and it shouldn’t even
happen unless s£x is on the table (which means it probably shouldn’t come up on a first date). Otherwise, you run the risk of your date
telling you frostily that she was never planning on having s£x with you anyway. 
Ideally, you can wait to have it until the actual s£x in the privacy of the bedroom, when you’re both taking clothes off and it’s crystal clear
what’s about to happen.
2. Don’t Feel the Need to Apologize 
Bringing it up in a shamefaced manner will only make your potential partner feel more awkward. This is your body, it’s not a liability or
something that you’re doing wrong! You might feel inadequate, but you have no reason to say sorry. 
Mention it as matter-of-factly as you would say your date of birth or eye colour.  
Say: “Hey, so ... before we do this, I want you to know that I’m smaller than you might be expecting. I thought I’d give you a heads up.” 
Don’t dwell on it or act weird, just let her see that you’re totally normal about it. Yes, mention it, and then move straight on to what really
matters: the s£x itself. 
If you’re truly insecure about it, feel free to add a quick disclaimer. 
Say: “Before we go any further, I’m letting you know that I’m smaller than average. I’m only bringing it up because I tend to get insecure
about that sometimes. I hope you get it.”  
Frankly, she’s probably insecure about some part of her body, too, and insecurity shouldn’t get in the way of a great time. 
3. Resist the Urge to Joke About It 
Don’t say: “I have to buy XS condoms, just in case you were wondering how disappointed you’d be when we slept together.” 
Are you a standup comedian! No? Then don’t joke about it. Yes, You might think it makes the situation less awkward but considers 
the situation you’re putting your partner in.
What should they do with that? Laugh or say something consoling? You’re just adding to the weirdness of the moment. Instead of making
yourself the butt of the joke, just play it cool.
4. Don’t Assume That It’ll Matter 
Don’t say: “I want you to know that I have a small pen*s. I hope you don’t change your mind about having s£x with me because of that.” 
No, no, no. First of all, this reeks of desperation.  
More importantly, this might actually come off as offensive. Maybe they wouldn’t have cared either way. After all, there are plenty of women
out there who don’t care what size your pen*s is! In fact, pen*s size matters much more to other men than it does to women.
You risk implying that she’s shallow; it’s best to not anticipate or guess at her potential reaction to your disclosure. Inform her and wait to
see what she says. Chances are she says nothing at all.
5. Don’t Feel the Need to Overcompensate
Don’t say: “Look, I know I have a small pen*s, but I have a mouth like a vacuum. I’ll make up for it if you let me give you oral.” 
This also smacks of insecurity. If she expresses any concern about penetrative s£x not being satisfying, you can bring up alternative ways
to make her orgasm. Just keep in mind that most women don’t even orgasm from penetrative s£x, so this is unlikely to matter.
Don’t brag or talking up your bedroom skills you’ll only sound like a douche. Letting her find out for herself is always the best way. You can
offer oral without making it clear that you’re overcompensating. 
6. If She Gets Upset, Just Leave
The chance that your partner would freak out is unlikely, but just in case it happens, it’s fine to end the s£x, put your clothes back on and
Don’t waste time trying to change her mind, or getting into an argument with someone so immature. After all, that kind of person doesn’t
deserve to have s£x with you. Relax and remember that a small pen*s can’t keep you from having mutually satisfying s£x with plenty of
open-minded partners. 
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