Hypocrisy of Doctors
My belief in, and pursuit of, PE remains constant, despite the overwhelming rejection of natural PE by the medical establishment. However, I do not believe that my position is “anti-scientific” or illogical….in fact, I believe that the medical community’s view is the hypocritical one.
After all, it’s not like the medical community (MC for short) has conducted vast studies of PE; in fact, the only scientific study I know of is described in the lawsuit against Dr. Robert Chartham:
And the subjects in that experiment overwhelmingly exhibited positive results - in just a few months’ time (remember, this wasn’t conducted over a 1-2 year period, etc.). So, here’s where the hypocrisy really starts to mount:
(1) If you carefully read the wording, nowhere in the lawsuit does it say,  Penis size did not increase, or  There was physical harm or risk of harm…..the “reason” Dr. Chartham lost was because there was insufficient follow-up to prove that the gains were permanent or long-term, hence he could not call it “penis enlargement.” MEANWHILE, even in phalloplasty (surgical enlargement), the gains may not be so. Consider that the length “gains” are not truly gains, but the snipping of the suspensory ligament which - without hanging weights for about a year - could result in a shorter penis! Also, the procedure where fat is injected into the penis (for added girth) is also clearly NOT permanent - it has been estimated that up to 90% of that fat is reabsorbed back into the body within the first year - often at uneven rates, leaving a shrinking, lumpy bumpy cock. YET IT’S CALLED PENIS ENLARGEMENT - and they KNOW it’s not “permanent,” for the most part.
(2) There is ample reason behind the theory of PE to warrant a comprehensive study (some PE physiology) - but they just won’t do it. Science will conduct all sorts of stupid, wasteful “research,” such as “Why do bees buzz?” and other crapola, but they won’t confront such a personal issue that deeply affects millions of men - only unless you want to shell out $10,000 for penis “enlargement” surgery (which probably is not permanent - at least not for girth).
(3) The MC constantly touts the need for research & studies (and, of course, the tax-payer funding for said projects), but they categorically deny the efficacy of natural PE - without any serious studies on their behalf, all solely based on “theory.” Well, my ruler & tape measure call their “theory” bullshit.
I am not “anti-scientific,” they are. If the MC ever wants to get serious about PE, then I’ll be more than willing to listen. They need to conduct a huge, comprehensive survey (spanning race, age, penis size, etc.) regarding natural PE. Use men 18-80, 3” to 11” (or whatever), all colors, financial backgrounds, etc. Conduct the study for a few years, then do follow up (because I am curious about issues of “permanence” myself). When they are prepared to flop down a thick report, I’d be eager to pick it up and read it - regardless of the conclusions (but I think we know what they’d be).
Such a study would not be “unethical” or dangerous. All of the men would sign a consent form - just as they do when the F.D.A. is conducting human tests with experimental drugs (which is far more risky than PE). And they’d have no shortage of volunteers who’d want to try to make their peepee bigger.
So, until then, the MC can lick my asshole. I don’t give a damn about their “theories” - hell, I’d like to leave a nice mushroom print on their foreheads from my harder, 64% bigger K’YACK.