My 1st PE Lecture
The class looked at me dumbfounded when I suggested the thought of penile exercises as an option. They heard of surgery, and even a pump, but penile exercises? I had to be kidding them. But no, I wasn’t — Penis Enlargement is very real.
Flashback to two months ago:
I was contemplating the importance of smooth muscle in penis enlargement when I went to a lady-doctor-friend of mine. She is a great woman, and she is very open about sex (although, I’m sure I don’t know her as much as BG knows his doctor lady friend.) Anyways, I was hoping that her expertise might shed some light on the whole process we call Penis Enlargement.
I told her about PE, my book, and my ideas about the physiological responses that might take place during penis enlargement. She was dumbfounded and astonished all at once. She was one of the first people that I told about PE (outside close friends and family), so I didn’t know if she would take the discussion with open arms, but she did. She immediately asked me if I would be a guest speaker in her “Sex in Today” summer class at the local university. I accepted.
Flash-forward to yesterday:
Although she didn’t set any limitations on my presentation, she did suggest that I “speak” for 30 minutes to an hour. She also requested a little demonstration on how Viagra works. So with this in mind, I came prepared to discuss two major topics in today’s penis world.
I was a little nervous at first. I had only discussed PE with the doc, some friends, and my family. There also appeared to be 40-50 students in the classroom, and 75 percent of them were female. But I quickly brushed the feelings aside with an icebreaker question: “Who here has a penis, or has seen a penis before?
The first topic was Erectile Dysfunction. I won’t go into detail about my ED discussion, but I made a little humorous slide-show to get my point across: ED is a big issue in today’s world. It is a rising problem because we are living in a society in which fast-food rules America. I also talked about erection drugs and supplements (and how they work).
Now, I didn’t want to just jump into my seciond topic: penis enlargement, so I had the class watch a short video to help me with the transition. My weapon of choice: a documentary,My Penis and I. The documentary was played over in England on BBC 3 — a premier station, I am told. It is about one man’s story and his journey with his small penis. Any man who thinks PE shouldn’t be mainstream should watch this documentary to grasp how many men are still putting themselves through torture, not knowing about PE.
I picked this video because it provided mixed emotions. There was a lot of great laughs, and even a few teary moments. The guy had a well-below average penis, and there was no way to “fix his problem.” Ah-ha Or was there? In the video they discussed surgery and the pump as an option for him. He dismissed both of these, because of their complications. Everyone in the class agreed he made a smart choice by doing this, because they could leave his penis potentially damaged for life.
This is when I decided to make my move. How about other options? I asked. A girl that was smirking in the back of the class shouted, “Like what?”
He could exercise it, I suggested. At this point, the class kind of laughed, as if I was kidding. Not one student in that class room knew about penile exercising as a reliable option for enlargement. After I convinced them otherwise, I went over the basics with them. I told them about jelqing, stretching, and I brushed upon the primary principles of a basic PE regime.
It was a fun experience, and I thought some of the women were going to jump me after class. But luckily, they didn’t.