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The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.
Haven’t been able to find it. But I often ask myself if she did him a favor by being honest. If they had just broken up, would he have eventually discovered PE, would it have made a difference for him, would he have found other ways to drive women insane sexually?
But I haven’t had an opportunity to watch it because by most reports, it’s not available in the US.
Saw it years ago when it was available via Netflix or one of the similar streaming services. He never outright states his size, but the impression is he’s on the small side of the average range. I have to wonder, had he stuck with PE exercises to the present, how much he could’ve gained over the last decade. A lot of his issues also seem to stem from low confidence and self esteem (although it is understandable how size anxiety could contribute greatly to that and as such I don’t place all blame on him, as I think most of guys’ anxiety over size comes from taunts/complaints made by vindictive and petty women and/or realizing their members don’t stack up against average or large). One thing he would have going for him is his overall body size—not a tall guy, pretty thin. Bodily size definitely factors into our and women’s perception of our penis size—when I was low body fat, thin, and had that 22 year old hornball EQ, my penis definitely looked bigger than it looked when I was 35 and overweight. So a guy his height probably wouldn’t need to do as much PE as a 6.5 football player with the exact same penis dimensions. I had an ex tell me my cock looked big for my body size because overall proportions made it appear bigger than if I were taller or fatter with the same penis