Why Doesn't NPE Work?
Earlier today I was reading through a health-related online forum looking for information on a particular subject that had my interest peaked at the moment. While browsing through the different forums on the website I stumbled into the Men’s Health section and a thread titled, “Can I enlarge my penis?”. I could tell the question was started by a 15 year old kid by the way it was worded and the grammar used, and the responses were - as I’m sure you expect - the same ones we’ve all heard over and over again about how penis enlargement isn’t possible. The “experts” that responded started out by debunking pills (rightfully so), but then went on about how “jelqing” and “stretching” your penis won’t make it any larger - but no good reasons to back it up. In the instance of that particular thread, responding to the 15yo, their responses were probably valid, but it got me thinking about all the other times I’ve heard (read) people say Natural PE doesn’t work. Thinking back, I can’t remember one good, physiological reason from any of the so called “experts” as to exactly why NPE doesn’t work. It’s almost as if people have mental walls put up that prevents them from even thinking of the possibility of NPE producing results. How can they overlook the thousands of guys here and at other NPE forums who have testified to the merit of NPE? I just don’t get it. They’re like a bunch of stubborn little kids! I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but I just had to find out: can anyone tell me - with a reasonable amount of proof - exactly why NPE doesn’t work? I would go post this on that forum, but I seem to have forgotten the site I was on.