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Will you teach your kids to PE?

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Will you teach your kids to PE?

I’m just curious about this:

Are you going to transfer this valuable knowledge to your boys when they grow up? (in case you have). Or will this be your own and very private secret until your death?

If I had a son who was old enough to start PEing right now I don’t think I would tell him anything.

But say I had a baby boy right now by the time he was old enough to PE things may have changed quite a bit. PE may have become much more widespread and socially acceptable by then. Then I might just casually tell him “hey, you should check out this website (thundersplace of course) and tell me what you think.

One obsessed man in the family is enough :)


Stats (bp) 2004/08/19 8.0 X 5.5" 2005/08/29 8.2 X 5.8" Goal - I am good for now

Probably yes, although that is a double weapon side.


BPEL 7.00 in (17.7cm) WANT 8 in (20cm)

You’ll find that kids get embarassed easily. It is better to answer questions honestly when they come up. Then only give them enough information to answer their questions.

You might think that your kids are your best friends but that is not what kids are looking for. Parents are the authority that kids seek for approval. If they ask if something is okay then you must give your opinion.

You can go out and spend a bunch of money on baseball gear in an effort to interest your son in baseball. But unless he shows some interest in baseball in the first place, YOU may be disappointed.

So my answer is NO, there is no need to tell your boys about PE. If your 16 year old kid asks, ” How come my peter is smaller than the other kids?” Then that might be a different story. But having raised 3 boys myself, I would find that to be a very remote question from a 16 year old.

Well first off I don’t have a or any sons. If I did I would do what monument said tell him only if he shows interest and is at least 16 years old.

If I had a son, and the issue of size came up and they were seriously concerned about it. I would say to find a woman who likes/loves their size, and if a woman doesn’t like it and it’s an issue with them, just say, ‘sayonara, baby!’ and find someone who does love it. One major benefit to this is that you get someone new (but I wouldn’t mention this part), and as far as I know, hooking up with a woman usually doesn’t have anything to do with our size.


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Originally Posted by monument
You might think that your kids are your best friends but that is not what kids are looking for. Parents are the authority that kids seek for approval.

This should be posted in every maternity ward in America. Monument, you are right on.

Originally Posted by monument
You’ll find that kids get embarassed easily. It is better to answer questions honestly when they come up. Then only give them enough information to answer their questions.

You might think that your kids are your best friends but that is not what kids are looking for. Parents are the authority that kids seek for approval. If they ask if something is okay then you must give your opinion.

You can go out and spend a bunch of money on baseball gear in an effort to interest your son in baseball. But unless he shows some interest in baseball in the first place, YOU may be disappointed.

So my answer is NO, there is no need to tell your boys about PE. If your 16 year old kid asks, ” How come my peter is smaller than the other kids?” Then that might be a different story. But having raised 3 boys myself, I would find that to be a very remote question from a 16 year old.

Yes. But at the same time, who here would ever have dreamed of saying to their father that they didn’t think their dick measured up to what girls really wanted?

What we have here is valuable information, and it would seem to me a shame to deny ones son the chance to have one up on his peers.

I think, if delivered tactfully, at the right age, information about PE could be a real blessing to bestow upon your offspring.

I’ll have to reiterate what I’ve said several times before in threads such as this. Teenagers have body image problems as it is. Suggesting that they have a small penis could really be traumatic. IF they bring it up, then one could say that “methods are available” and point him to this site (after puberty, no earlier than 16 IMO). Sixteen year olds surely lurk here in the public forums, but they can’t join until they’re 18. Regardless, let him bring it up first.

Talking to your son about sex is acceptable….. but telling him how to make his penis bigger would be a little odd. I know if my dad tried to tell me about penis enlargement I would have gotten really freaked out!

PS- LUI, I love your avatar!

Originally Posted by Fireslayer26
PS- LUI, I love your avatar!

Yeah, I do too.


BPEL 7.00 in (17.7cm) WANT 8 in (20cm)

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