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Natural PE in the media

Natural PE in the media

Hi guys!

Have there ever been any serious stories about natural PE in media like newspapers, magazine or TV?

Kind regards,

Bongi

No, because general public of those media isn’t interested in PE.

Yes, search on eMule:
A Girls Guide To 21St Century Sex 2 Of 8

I found it very interesting (and serious).


One day I'll be able to do PE o/

Not that I know of, and thank God for that. Let’s all keep it to ourselves, so that we have an advantage.

Oh, it comes up from time to time, mostly to say how dangerous and ineffective jelqing and pumping are, and except for certain medical problems which can be treated with hormones, the only real penis enlargement is from surgery, which is also a bad idea. (OK, personally I agree about the surgery generally being a bad idea.)

This story at CNN.com is fairly typical: http://www.cnn.com/HEALTH/library/MC/00026.html


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

I love reading articles like those. “There’s no scientific evidence that this technique increases penis size.” I once read somewhere that “the penis isn’t a muscle, so no form of exercise can make it larger” when addressing jelqing. The reporters always fail to mention that there’s an online community of people who jelq or hang regularly, and that they at the very least report gains. My guess is that the reporters tried jelqing for a week, didn’t see any gains, and assume that it’s a elaborate hoax. It’s sort of annoying, cause it shows not only that they’re bad reporters (bias has no place in the news), but they didn’t do much research either.

I wish there were lots of media reports on how women can tighten their vaginas with exercises. I wish it was as frequent a topic on Sex and the City and a million other shows these days as penis size is. It’s a lot easier and of course already medically endorsed (kegels) that women tighten up their vaginas.

Is it really true that no penis enlargement device has been approved by the FDA in the states as they wrote in the CNN article? The Jes-Extender has been CE marked in Europe and pops up sometimes in the media. I have never read anything serious about stretching and jelqing though.

Don’t think I’m doubting that it works just because I started this thread. I think it would be great to have a thread where users could upload serious articles or links to videos just so we all can follow the changes in media. I think natural PE in the media would be great! It would bring hope to those that feel they need a bigger penis and are ready to spend a year or so to make it happened. That’s what Thunders was all about in the beginning anyways, right?

Originally Posted by foomaaa
I love reading articles like those. “There’s no scientific evidence that this technique increases penis size.”

They’re right. I’ve never read or heard of any major company funding a scientific study on PE (let alone published it in something along the lines of the Journal of the American Medical Association).

Is that a bad thing? No way! I think that’s a great thing. We know that being consistent and well, borderline obsessive, can give us gains in our penis size. We don’t need them telling us something we already know.

However(!) the medical community technically does acknowledge PE working by the surgeries performed to lengthen the penis. They cut the ligament and/or even advocate some sort of stretching to go along with it. I hope this is as far as they’ll go with recognizing it.


PEing since Jan 1st, 2003

Even if the mainstream media reported PE, it would be watered down to nothing to not offend the prissy grandmothers who spend all day writing letters to editors/producers about wardrobe malfunctions and such. PE is, perhaps appropriately, not a proper subject for the general media market.

Are you wondering whether PE works?

Originally Posted by Wt282
They’re right. I’ve never read or heard of any major company funding a scientific study on PE (let alone published it in something along the lines of the Journal of the American Medical Association).

Is that a bad thing? No way! I think that’s a great thing. We know that being consistent and well, borderline obsessive, can give us gains in our penis size. We don’t need them telling us something we already know.


I wouldn’t go as far as saying that it’s a great thing.

We know some of what works. We don’t know nearly enough about the why. We don’t know what separates doing too little from doing just enough to doing too much, and we don’t know why that varies from man to man. We don’t know why two men can do the same routine and use the same techniques, and one gains length and the other gains girth. We don’t know nearly enough about the limits to growth, and how we might surmount them.

There are some very good threads here that explore the physiology behind PE, and the great PI thread (Physiologic Indicators (PIs) to help growth!) that I think is the best method we have for adjusting a routine to our individual needs, but more science could make PE more effective.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

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