Recommending PE to someone who may still be growing
My younger brother and I have always been very open with each other. We grew up together and didn’t think anything of being in the nude around each other. And my brother, who has many more worries and problems to deal with than I do, has often asked me for advice. Well, it turns out that he almost lost his virginity a little while back but was hindered by his penis size. The girl he was with is a usually sweet person and very attractive, so I was happy to hear it when he told me - until he told me that she decided his “tiny penis” wasn’t going to satisfy her, which to me seemed *very* out of character for her. She didn’t just dump him after seeing it for the first time, because she’s not like that, but it looks like the two of them won’t have sex and are going to “just be friends” instead. This upset me, because the kid doesn’t deserve it. His penis is, from my estimates, under 4 inches long. His girth might be 3 inches. These are generous estimates. In the past I let him believe that he was average and I was a monster, but he seems to have admitted to himself that he really is small. Now, he doesn’t know about PE, but I don’t want him to see something on the internet and make things worse by himself. I’ve had difficulties with it, but I see all the success stories here and am inclined to believe in it’s effectiveness. However, the lack of understanding in terms of how it works bothers me. Can I recommend it to a person who might still be growing in good conscience? I don’t know that he is, but he could be at his age. If PE works, as some have suggested, by scarring, would it be safe for a developing teenager?