Dad - “Son, there’s a way to make your dick bigger. Just ask if you’re interested.”
That’s putting the cart before the horse. The kid has to ask first, you can’t “suggest” that you have a solution for his potential small dick problem.
I envisioned it more like:
Son - “Dad, what’s a normal penis size?”
Dad - “Why do you ask?”
Son - “I think mine is too small.”
Dad - “Where would you get that idea?”
Son - “On the Internet” OR “Seeing other guys in gym class.” OR any other reason.
Then you can “have the talk” which might include information about PE.
My main argument and concern is that a father cannot just start talking “small penis” to a teen who may not even have a problem. Regardless of how some view PE as improving penis health, it’s first and primary reason for existence is to enlarge the penis. If you bring it up first, no matter how delicate you are about it, the kid’s going to get the idea that something’s wrong with his dick or, at the very least, he’ll start to wonder “why in the fuck is the old man talking about my junk?”
I get where you’re coming from WestLA. Those are very valid concerns you bring up. You definitely have to know your son and his maturity level. I don’t buy that every son whose father tells their son about PE is going to think something is wrong with his dick. I base this off of my buddies that I let in on PE. None of them thought something was wrong with their dick because I told them about it. They did say it was awkward to talk about, but none of them thought they were small because of it.
It’s also important to point out that none of the dads that posted that they let their son in on PE said they regret it or wish they wouldn’t have done it. If your son is mature enough then he’s ready for it. Only you as the father can determine that. A lot of sons probably aren’t. Some are. The closer your son is to adulthood, he usually is more mature, though not always. That’s up to the dad to decide either way.
Starting stats- BP 5x4.5 (2002) Current stats- PBEL 7.25x5.25 (2012) PE is a marathon, not a sprint!
Last edited by higherone : 01-20-2011 at .