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Would you teach your Son?

Would you teach your Son?

Let’s say you feel you have discovered the secret to growing a big dick. And you have a Son. Would you teach him? It would be an uncomfortable conversation but… you could be giving your boy a priceless gift.

So… would you teach him???

Are you going to tell your son
Teach son PE?

I seem to remember some guy that was trying to teach his son about PE (he was divorced), and the mother thought he was a freak after she found out.
If I ever have a son, I’ll probably only tell him about it if he voices his concerns over his size or something. Then again PE could be mainstream by then!

I’d apply testosterone in my son before he reaches the puberty, then he would probably has a 6” penis even before his natural testosterone starts to act, and he wouldn’t never be bothered by this issue (penis size).

Lol, don’t worry, I don’t want children :p .


One day I'll be able to do PE o/

I will. I got three.

I think it’s totally irresponsible to teach children about PE.

After they’re 18 they can take matters into their own hands, so to speak.

Give them time to be kids.


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After: I\'d like to show you something I\'m very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

Yeah, I wouldn’t want to teach my kids to think of themselves as being small when in fact they might have an average penis or even a large penis with talks about ‘growing your penis.’


Past: 5-5.5" BPEL x 4.5" GIRTH

Present: 7.55" BPEL x 5.55" GIRTH (1 year progress)

Future: 8-9" BPEL x 6" GIRTH

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
I think it’s totally irresponsible to teach children about PE.


Exactly. It would be the same thing as telling them that they ought to be unhappy with what they’ve got.

If my 14 year old son ever brings up the subject of size I will however point out some good statistical studies and warn him about sites such as The Penis Size Debate.

Hey why bother teaching him. Just do it for him when he’s sleeping.

LOL.

Sick peado joke time!!

Originally Posted by sparkyx
No, its really not.

This is a topic that CAN be discussed (would you teach your son), but really guys, keep it in bounds.

Sparkyx,

What about Pharmaceutical PE, as in supplements. Is there something that could be taken to help the body’s natural process to encourage greater growth?

I think for me, I started lifting when I was in 7th grade. I think this may have contributed to a greater size than I would have normally had. But I know that added testosterone or steroids can cap bone and limit height etc.

My only son is 10 BTW.

Originally Posted by kingdong69
Sick peado joke time!!


“peado”?

What can you possibly mean?

Forum Guidelines.


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I\'d like to show you something I\'m very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
I think it’s totally irresponsible to teach children about PE.

After they’re 18 they can take matters into their own hands, so to speak.

Give them time to be kids.

I didn’t suggest the conversation had to be when he was young. The conversation could happen at any age.

I don’t think I would have a conversation about it until he was in his 20s or even 30s.

BUT I did tell my 8 year old that it is very important to keep the penis clean to avoid infections. So I explained that in the shower he should soap up, do the OK sign and clean outward a few times. I saw him happily doing it and it looked a lot like a wet jelq to me.

Criticize me if you want but it’s all about personal hygiene (lol).

He won’t thank me until I speak to him in his 30s when he has a monster penis. Actually, since it will probably be big maybe I won’t speak to him at all about it.

It is totally irresponsible to impart a skewed body image to your kids, or to make them feel inadequate because of their “small size”.

Body dysmorphia is no joke: it’s a potentially deadly form of mental illness. Just ask Momo Benaziza or Andreas Munzer’s families.

GM

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
“peado”?

What can you possibly mean?

Forum Guidelines.

Ooops. ‘Peado’ as in ‘paedo’ as in ‘paedofeelya’. Sorry I mean ‘paedophilia’.

Why is this forum the most errmmm formal/strict?? forum on the net. You guys pick up on everything. So serious and mature. Yet it is a forum devoted to a bunch of guys talking about playing with their cocks to make them bigger. There’s something just not right about that.

PS- Wouldn’t you guys end up old jealous bastards if your son had a monster cock and yours didn’t get any bigger?

Originally Posted by SteadyGains
Sparkyx,

What about Pharmaceutical PE, as in supplements. Is there something that could be taken to help the body’s natural process to encourage greater growth?

I think for me, I started lifting when I was in 7th grade. I think this may have contributed to a greater size than I would have normally had. But I know that added testosterone or steroids can cap bone and limit height etc.

My only son is 10 BTW.

If its not a problem for the kid, don’t make it one. Its like a mother with small breasts, making her daughter insecure about her breasts.

IF your son brings it up, I’d tell them not to worry that they will continue to grow until about 20 yrs or so. Tell him that after he is done growing, and he still is unhappy, to come on back and you can give him a great website with lots of good info on how to improve it.

Dads, don’t put head trips on your boys! Teach them to be confident and good men and that enough. You can answer questions, but don’t start making them feel insecure about themselves.

As far as nutrients, zinc is critical for growth. That doesn’t mean loading you kids with zinc, but make sure they eat right, and give them a good multiple mineral (amino acid chelated).

Teach them to have BALLS first, balls and character, and don’t worry about the rest. Thats my opinion anyway.

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