Society has conditioned most men to attach feelings of shame to the notion of having a small penis, but Ant Smith is not most men.
Appearing on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ the author of The Small Penis Bible flipped prejudice the finger and gave a demonstration highlighting that there are growers and there are showers.
Check it out:
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Speaking to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, Ant declared:
I think anxiety grows in the dark.
I spent years and years thinking I am the only one with this problem and by keeping quiet wasn’t letting anybody else with the same problem realise you’re never really alone.
Whatever your issue is, there’s seven million of us, there’s someone out there who can identify and help.
I have a small penis and I’m proud of it.
For anyone lacking his confidence, Ant did explain measures you can take:
There’s a couple of things that definitely work. One is control of weight. As you put weight on more of that gets buried. That can make up to a couple of centimetres difference.
Then there are traction devices which work if used under medical supervision over a long time. You don’t want to be pulling anything off.
The segment led to a lot of debate on social media…
— Amy Louise Walsh (@AmyLouWalsh) May 19, 2017
— Georgie (@JustGeorgieH) May 19, 2017
Clearly the world isn’t ready to face this topic head-on yet, or at least not before breakfast!