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Are you going to tell your son

Are you going to tell your son about PE? If you are going to tell him, how are you going to do so? If you are not going to tell your son, why not?


BPEL NOW-7.5" (19.05cm) GOAL-8.25" (20.95cm), GIRTH NOW-5.5" (13.97cm) GOAL-6" (15.24cm)

Starting CI: CI-4, Goal CI: CI-8 or CI-9

Yes when he hits that age or he starts acting like I did shying away from girls. First I’ll ask if he wanted to or something like that. Idon’t want him to do like I did. That’s all hoping that I even get a son. Some people don’t because they end up with all girls. I want both.

I will probably tell my son sometime in his life. I want him to be happy with his penis, so if he doesn’t want to that is fine, because that means he is already happy with what he has. I will leave it to him, but I will definitely tell him.


BPEL NOW-7.5" (19.05cm) GOAL-8.25" (20.95cm), GIRTH NOW-5.5" (13.97cm) GOAL-6" (15.24cm)

Starting CI: CI-4, Goal CI: CI-8 or CI-9

Yes when I have one, perhaps I will tell my nephews I got quite a few of them.


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Originally Posted by sed26
Yes when he hits that age or he starts acting like I did shying away from girls. First I’ll ask if he wanted to or something like that. I don’t want him to do like I did.

What if he is “shying away from girls” because he’s gay and not because of his penis size? Don’t project your insecurities onto someone who may not have any.

Originally Posted by vikingpenis
I will probably tell my son sometime in his life. I want him to be happy with his penis, so if he doesn’t want to that is fine, because that means he is already happy with what he has. I will leave it to him, but I will definitely tell him.

Even suggesting that he might have a small one or that he should be unhappy with it if he does isn’t the kind of thing a teenager (when you’d probably feel the “time is right”) should hear. As I’ve said, many times before (see links below), teens have enough problems with body image. Suggesting something is wrong with their genitals makes it even worse.

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Originally Posted by westla90069
What if he is “shying away from girls” because he’s gay and not because of his penis size? Don’t project your insecurities onto someone who may not have any.

Even suggesting that he might have a small one or that he should be unhappy with it if he does isn’t the kind of thing a teenager (when you’d probably feel the “time is right”) should hear. As I’ve said, many times before (see links below), teens have enough problems with body image. Suggesting something is wrong with their genitals makes it even worse.

Wouuld this be ok
Will You Teach Your Sons Jelq?
“Paying it forward”!
Should your grown sons be told?
Passing on the knowledge
The Next Generation of PE
Will you teach your kids about PE?
Would you tell your kids about PE?
Question?
Telling brother about PE
Should you tell your son about PE

You do drive home a good point wesla, So then when is the right time,id rather him to hear about sexual issues from dear ol’ dad than from someone out there.


Speak softly carry a big dick, I'm mean stick!

My future son being gay is the last thing on my mind and that is non-existent in my thoughts. I don’t see how telling him about it projects insecurities on him. He deserves to know about it and there’s no reason why I shouldn’t. They will be living and interacting with peers and they will know how girls talk and so on. It’ll be his choice anyway its not like I’m telling him(assuming he’s not huge) you don’t have enough to please a girl its just giving him the knowledge and the option. I don’t see why teling him is a problem. There are millions of guys out there that believe that penis enlargement is impossible without surgery, therefore never doing any additional research, and if they were told that natural pe does exist and really works would jump at the chance in a heartbeat. Atleast he will have the option. You said it as if this stuff doesn’t work.

Originally Posted by sed26
My future son being gay is the last thing on my mind and that is non-existent in my thoughts. I don’t see how telling him about it projects insecurities on him. He deserves to know about it and there’s no reason why I shouldn’t. They will be living and interacting with peers and they will know how girls talk and so on. It’ll be his choice anyway it’s not like I’m telling him(assuming he’s not huge) you don’t have enough to please a girl it’s just giving him the knowledge and the option. I don’t see why teling him is a problem. There are millions of guys out there that believe that penis enlargement is impossible without surgery, therefore never doing any additional research, and if they were told that natural pe does exist and really works would jump at the chance in a heartbeat. Atleast he will have the option. You said it as if this stuff doesn’t work.

Well I made up my mind quite a while ago. When I have a son, weather gay or not I don’t care I will teach him about PE health not just for growing a dick, but the other health benefits it brings about, like ED/Premature ejaculation issues. When he turns 16.

One word of advice for fathers out there, make sure they are getting plenty of vitamin “C” Zinc and Vitamin “E” for secondary sexual development at an yearly age starting at age 9.


Speak softly carry a big dick, I'm mean stick!

I agree with kingpole and also like to add I don’t want my son to be limited to a certain type of girl just because of his penis size. I want him to be able to choose. A Penis for a man is not just something to have sex with but for some it brings a life load of confidence that helps in your everyday life wether sexual or not.

Originally Posted by sed26
I don’t see how telling him about it projects insecurities on him. He deserves to know about it and there’s no reason why I shouldn’t.

Then you’ll also be telling your daughter how breast enlargement surgery can make her tits bigger, just so she understands her options, which will imply that what she has isn’t big enough. I’m sure both of them will understand that dear ol’ Dad is just providing information and not making judgments about their bodies, which really isn’t any of his business.

Now, if either of them asks about it, or complains about the size of things, that would be the appropriate time to enlighten them.

Breast enlargement is a SURGERY, not natural. I don’t condone surgery. My son will get the most out of his life and a small penis won’t hold him back. I’ll tell him if I see signs of depression. You can’t honestly tell me that all kids with a small penis will complain to their parents about it. The information generalized that you can’t make it bigger will hit him way before then. Breasts aren’t as nearly as important as the male penis and no amount of arguing will change that. There are signs that can easily be picked up as if a person is happy about their body or not. If someone approached me with this information I would be way more excited that there is a way to make it bigger than awe damn, he thinks it’s small too. Unless a female told it to me. I don’t know exactly where you’re from but information like this is gold to other men. I assume you’re going to ask how can you tell. The ultimate reason is is he ashamed to walk around naked. A person with a big penis is more than happy to show it off.

This is always an interesting topic to me because my own dad was so unforthcoming about sexual matters. We kids got no sexual education, from either parent.

I think that the best thing one can do is give kids the good basics - sex, where babies comes from - then establish a climate with one’s kids that anything is fair game for talking about with their father without his setting up what those “anythings” might be.

A kid who is insecure about his penis size should be able to talk about that with his dad, _if_ that becomes his concern.

In an open environment, I think fathers can assume that their sons are not worried about cock size if they don’t bring it up. If they are, then Dad just moves to Plan B - or Plan PE.


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I don’t think so because it may make him insecure about his body/penis which he shouldn’t be, unlike me and most of the members on this forum. But if the subject ever came up then of course I would point him in this direction!

This is a tough subject. Above all, I want my boys to love and respect themselves for the people they are. I also want to have a good relationship with them.

What worries me is that they might be smaller than I and feel jealous of me. That would suck. If I feel that coming on, I might confess to them how I was able to get the size I got—that it wasn’t lucky genes. That’s stepping all over the oedepus complex, and I’ll have to manage anything I say with great care.

My kids are young now, and they just think my dick is funny. I hope that feeling continues, but I doubt that it will. At some point, most boys become burningly jealous of their fathers—I know I did.


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