This man talked about his small penis on This Morning to tackle micropenis stigma
One man has set out on a mission to overcome stigma surrounding penis size.
Ant Smith, author of the book The Small Penis Bible, is campaigning for realistic expectations of people’s manhood.
The author says people have unrealistic expectations that most men have a long penis.
He appeared with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on daytime show This Morning to let everyone know about how small his penis is.
And how it isn’t a problem at all.
According to research, the average penis length is, in fact, just over five inches.
Many think it’s between six and seven inches – but that’s an exaggeration, he says.
He told This Morning: “I spent years and years in the dark thinking I’m the only one living with this problem.
“And by keeping quiet I wasn’t letting anyone else with this problem realise that, you know, you’re never really alone.”
He also points out – on a helpful cardboard man – that just because his flaccid penis very small, that does not mean it doesn’t grow to a reasonable length in action.
Watch the full interview below:
Smith says he doesn’t like the term ‘micropenis‘ for his particular length, as it’s also a medical term.
Roughly 0.6% of guys are born with penises classified as micro.
They can be as small as about one inch in length, and men with the condition are usually diagnosed with a micropenis shortly after birth.
In extreme cases of micropenis, there is barely any shaft, and the glans appears to sit almost on the pubic skin.
But the real lesson is that people have penises of all sorts of sizes.
The only thing that’s a real issue is the stigma surrounding them.