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Would you tell your kids about PE?

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Originally Posted by ModestoMan
Just for the sake of being as controversial as possible, I thought I’d throw out this question. Assume your 14 year old son comes to you and cries on your shoulder, telling you how tragically upset he is about his small penis size. Would you tell him about PE?

How about if he never comes to you, but you just notice that he’s on the small side and may be upset about it. Would you try to drop a hint?

Thankfully, my sons are far too young for this concern, but someday I may have to think about it.

I realize this question is skating close to the edge of what’s appropriate on this forum. But, hey. What good are limits if you can’t skate right up to the edge of them.

I most definitely would tell my kids…in fact, I’m going to teach my kids how to do it. I want no disadvantages to bring down my children, or at the very least, not ones that ruined me as a youth.

Originally Posted by phreakk
I most definitely would tell my kids…in fact, I’m going to teach my kids how to do it. I want no disadvantages to bring down my children, or at the very least, not ones that ruined me as a youth.

I think that’s too risky. I wouldn’t have a problem telling my son that if he pulls on it enough it will grow larger, but not far beyond that there’s legal issues.

Right. It’s very important to maintain appropriate boundaries between parents and kids where sex is concerned. It is also important that any “advice” not be offered up as a cure for their defect, as if to suggest you think they really are defective.

It’s a fine line. Still, I think it’s important to get the information in their hands if they need it. Some subtlety and cleverness may be needed.

Originally Posted by Sh0t
I’ll just send him links to thunders and make sure he listens to the Tom Leykis show.

Who is Tom Leykis? What is his show about?


Peing since--November 2003

I read somewhere that before puberty kids can take hormones that will let their penis grow faster and longer. I just can’t find the magazine right now. It’s some kind of hormone that only works before puberty. I would tell my kid about sex, prestige, beauty and style… etc. at very young age. I know I was always proud to have a much longer penis than my older brother. I guess you are never too young to learn about these things. Sure I will tell my kid about PE and other possibilities (definitely kegels) to tune his penis.

Why not give your kid that precious gift. He will always know when to stop, if it gets too long or thick in his point of view right?


Starting Stats: (all nbp) flacid: lenght: 5.5'' girth: 5.1'' erect: lenght: 6.8'' girth: 5.5'' hardness: 40 - 60 % 07. Aug. 04: (all nbp) flacid: lenght: 6.0'' girth: 5.4'' erect: lenght: 7.7'' girth: 6.2'' hardness: 90 - 100%

IMHO, teaching your kid about PE would have very little difference to teaching them the ABC, arithmetic, how to exercise, how to cook, how to clean their room, etc.

Why would you not want to give your child every possible useful piece of knowledge that you have? It will save them from wasting time learning it by themself, and we all know how fast kids can learn when young. Go for it. They might think you’re weird if you tell them out of the blue, but if you teach them everything you know about everything they ask from a young age, it will not be abnormal.

Originally Posted by secjay
Why would you not want to give your child every possible useful piece of knowledge that you have? It will save them from wasting time learning it by themself, and we all know how fast kids can learn when young.


Won’t it be fun when they share their new found information on anal intercourse and how to make bombs with their classmates?

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…if you teach them everything you know about everything they ask from a young age, it will not be abnormal.


This is the important part. Wait until they ask. Then, if they are mature enough (for PE that would be when they’ve stopped growing and are old enough to understand the information - age 18 or more in my opinion), you can share your knowledge. It would never be appropriate to offer information on making your dick bigger to a kid who has not asked about it.

West - trust me, any kid of mine will be like Sarah Connor from T2 in the bomb making department. I’m not sure about the anal bit, because it’s something I can’t really teach very well without dragging the woman into it. Don’t you worry yourself :D

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