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this doesn't make her a slut. granted this shouldn't be the most important thing in the world to her, but I think she has the right to be a little disappointed. I bet you're a virgin or still like 14 and scared of sex and cooties.

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Please, people. You want to judge her and act like love is suppose to make everything a-ok. But sex is a very important part of a relationship--sometimes more so for others. She has every right to be upset. Being disappointed doesn't define her, but what she does with that disappointment. If she breaks up with him then yeah, she probably didn't love him enough. But she didn't say she's going to do that. I feel for you, OP. I would invest in some toys you guys can play with together, that might help. And ask for a lot of foreplay. Sometimes you can work with this kind of thing.

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I agree with 201 and 240 at the same time, because sex makes a relationship stronger, more so if it's good. so it'll be more difficult to be pleased if he's that small, OP I suggest y'all look up ways for your body to be satisfied with his size, I've seen some websites about how to make sex better if you have a small penis.

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not shallow either? love of her life and just saw his penis? she found someone she loved, not looks or penis, but if I had a perfect girl then her pussy was so loose it was almost useless (3.5 inch penis?) i'de be rattled too

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I don't know why people are all "She must not love him if she cares about his dick size." It's not true. Guys judge women for being skinny, having big boobs, a nice ass, and a pretty face all day long, everyday. OP is allowed to voice disappointment that her chosen love isn't what she expected. After all, this is an FML because she's staying with him and is obviously trying to make it work, but let's face facts. It's not impossible to be satisfied with a small penis, but it's definitely more difficult. If she were really judging her love based on his penis, how would this be an FML? She would've just left him. But she didn't say that's what happened. OP isn't shallow, she's human. Some of you are just being self-righteous jerks.

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433- i love how you can say that when YOU DONT KNOW THEM!! So shut your f'in mouth if your gonna call people whores that you dont know. Thats like me saying you have a smaller penis that this guy, but thats probably true. So hmm how do you like it?

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How is it a problem that she posted this on the internet? Is there any identifying information, at all? There's no way for anyone besides a hacker (and even then, I'd say it's dubious) to find out who this woman and her partner are. Posting anonymously on the internet does not affect the man at all. It's hardly insensitive for her to do something that allows her to vent without hurting anyone or drawing any attention to him. OP, I feel for you. It can be difficult to work with a smaller-than-average partner, but if you really love him, you can make it work. And if he really loves you, he'll be willing to do things other than intercourse to please you if it turns out he cannot please you with intercourse. Good luck.

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I know some people find sex to be an important part of a relationship, but it's not. Just because you're in love with someone, doesn't mean you have to have sex with them. It's the same the other way around too. Just because you have sex with someone, doesn't mean you're in love with them. The size of his penis may be small, but it's not the end of the world. If he truly is the love of your life, then you'll look past that as sex isn't a real important part of a relationship. Believe it or not, it's actually possible to have a relationship without sex! O.o Surprising? Sex is something that is supposed to happen with someone you love enough to marry. Not just some random thing that you do. So, sorry OP, but if you care that much about it that you think it's an FML, then YDI.

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The ones saying wow ur a slut or a bitch for saying this... Directed to you Shut up okay? She didnt say his name, age or any personaly business but his dick size. Yea it shouldnt be on the Internet but still, she didnt say his name or anything. Oh an the 19 year old person thats supposedly not a virgin. I bet you are. I bet your only like 10, and i bet you still have a bed time. So do us all a favor, shut the fuck up, give ur daddies phone back, and stop using words that u pick up in the bathroom at your school that you dont even know what it means.

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Yes it does. She is complaining about the size of her partner's penis. If that is a problem she doesn't love them or is such a slut that she has no traction and needs huge ones to get off. Don't even try to defend someone who thinks it matters, or clearly you have no idea what love really is.

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don't listen to people. they're just retarded and feel like they have to make fun of something someone says. even though you were just showing that actually loving the person is more important than his dick.

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Aren't you forgetting initial clearance required to actually get it in? He might lose another .5 - 1 inch on that alone, so really... he is in bad shape, lol.

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I agree 212.... my ex had this guy who was three inches... they worked with it and found a position that could bring her to climax.... he's obviously not the love of your life if u really care about his Dick size...

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I'm SOO sorry that the biggest issue in your life is the fact that the "love of your life" has a small penis. Seriously, if this is the only thing you have to complain about in your life.. that's pathetic. I bet that guy is totally awesome and doesn't deserve to be stuck with a stupid, shallow whore such as yourself. Way to shame your man all over the internet. Bitch.

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Yea but even if you had a small chest and butt there would still be a guy that would be attracted to you where as guys with small members are cursed for life. this post proves it, she said "love of her life "and still complains about his size! It's a double standard, also I don't care for big t&A myself

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Well, I'm 20 and I have a python in my pants! No, really, I do D; Can someone get it out? I'm scared of snakes D; But only tiny, barely pubescent virgins talk about their penis size online.. And they all lie about it. It's sad really. Maybe when it actually becomes an outtie, as opposed to an innie, you'll stop bragging about made up lengths.

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You kids are dumb, you're supposed to exaggerate about how small it is, not how big, because if you exaggerate about how big it is, when she finally sees it, she'll be like... "wow, its not quite as big as you said", but if you exaggerate about how small it is... "wow, its a lot bigger than you said it was!". But seriously, mine is a nuclear powered, sub aquatic, war machine.

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prepubescent little boys need to learn that the only size that matters, is that of your brain. I've given every girl I've been with an orgasm before even taking my unit out. and when it is out? we have to make sure people aren't within a 15 yard radius. just cuz you lie about having a big one, doesn't mean you'll ever know how to use it. oh. and I'm not that big... brain over brawn. any day.

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I've read already five comments of 'if you love him, it shouldn't matter' and I really don't get why you all are so damn ignorant. Hello guys, sex IS important in a good relationship, so yes, if OP thinks her sex life is screwed, it does matter. There are sex toys, there is oral sex, I know I know, but if those can't satisfy OP, she is (onfortunately not literally) fucked. No matter how much I love someone, a bad sex life would ruin everything.

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to which I say you've never truely loved someone... once that happens, you'll understand. I get where you're coming from, and I do agree that a good sex life is important in a relationship. just not so much for love.

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...I'm in a great relationship for over three years, don't you dare say that I know nothing about love. I love my boyfriend, but I also love sex. I am honest enough to say that, for me, every day without good sex is a bad day. Bad days make me down. If my relationship only consists of bad days, it will make me depressed, which will make my boyfriend depressed, which will make it a sad relationship. I'm not saying that this will be the case for OP, it would be great for her and the love of her life if she can deal with it in a proper way. I just wanted to point out that some people, no matter how much they love eachother, cannot deal with it.

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Humans are sexual beings by nature—sex is something that most people need to feel complete. If the sex isn't "working" (or not even happening at all), it does bring up the question whether or not the relationship is worth continuing. I'm not saying just because someone has less-than-average genitals that you should break up with them, but it is something to think about. Wouldn't you want to love someone would makes you feel full and complete both emotionally AND sexually? It's really the OP's decision, so I can't push her into choosing.

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I'm the same way. Think about it this way... you can find many new loves, there is no one true person for you. But if you settle down, you're going to go 60+ years for the rest of your life having bad sex with a tiny penis (or any other things that bother you). If you try to put up with it at the start, but it already bothers you, it's just going to get worse and worse until you truly loathe that person and it all started because of bad sex. When I was younger, I used to say size didn't matter. Now I'm older, and after having slept with average guys, large guys, and unfortunate tiny guys (did you know they make half-size condoms for micropenis? It's really very sad)... I've come to the conclusion that it does matter. At least, for me. Maybe there are girls out there who would accept tiny penis and all. But I would not expect any other human to stay with me if I was lacking.

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So what you're saying, Djeepee, is that no matter how well your day is going, if you don't have good sex, it ruins the whole day? That sounds like a terrible relationship. Don't get me wrong, sex is important and all, but yours sounds like it is based around sex.

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If my BF and I left the bedroom after he went down on me to orgasm (inserting zero inches, like you state) I would be very unhappy. As I suspect many people would be.

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Cptmorgan, let's say it this way: every day when I see my boyfriend (that makes 4 days in a normal week and 7 in the vacation), I need to have good sex or my day is merely ruined. This can irritate my boyfriend and I assure you we have talked a lot about it, but I absolutely have to finish the day with sex, or I'm going to freak out. Let's blame my autism. But it doesn't make the relationship terrible, there are plenty of hours left where we can do other things, like gaming, shopping, watch a movie, have small or serious talks, walk in the park... It's not because I have a more than average sexdrive (not even that more, the average here is 4 times a week), that my relationship is bad.

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that's exactly what I was thinking cptmorgan. the size really shouldn't matter, as long as they know how to work it. maybe some of you just had a bad experience. or maybe you really just didn't like it. it shouldn't matter the size though.

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seachicken. she never said she couldn't feel it going in. I'm sure if he moves the right way, he can hit the right spot to make her enjoy the sex. size isn't an issue. he is long enough to penetrate the g-spot, so I don't think she should worry about it. they need to communicate and tell each other how certain things feel. and once they got it down to where they both enjoy it, then they will be happy and have great sex. as long as he can use it and make her orgasm, there should be no problem at all. if she is that worried about size, she doesn't truly love him.

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Yes sex is a crucial element in a relationship, but if you're with your soul mate (not just a love) then even if it sucks or you have issues you'll stay together and try to work through them. Once you get married, you can't be like "well the sex sucks, I want a divorce" so that you can find someone else you love who is better. TRUE love doesn't work that way. The "I'm in love with you buy don't want or plan to marry you" may not, but if you truly deeply love someone you work it out. This is one reason the divorce rate is so high in America. People want what they want, they aren't willing to make sacrifices, and they aren't willing to work it out.

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I'm sorry, but I have to do a little edjamacationing here. The g-spot doesn't really do a whole lot in most women. It's a big weird fantasy thing that everyone thinks they can magically hit and a woman will have an orgasm. In fact, truth be told... there are nerve endings everywhere inside the entire vagina. All of which are pleasant to stroke. And the more nerve endings you can hit, touch, and stroke, at the same time, the more pleasure you get. So, the "3.5inches is all you need to hit the gspot" only works for 30% of women or less who actually enjoy and CAN have a g-spot induced orgasm. For the rest of us, we're left wondering when the real party is going to start. For guys reading this who can't really understand from our POV: Go jack off with a loose fist, and then jack off with a tight fist. Which one feels better? It's not rocket science. Men don't like loose girls and women don't like tiny men. You may love the person who owns a giant vagina or a tiny penis, but it doesn't change the fact that a tiny penis or a giant vagina is not conducive to great sex. And in some people, good or great sex is important to them. Think about the next 60 years of your life. It's your decision, it's your life.

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but it says nothing about BAD sex. It just says he has a tiny dick. Personally, I have probably double that and then some, but even I can admit that girls don't normally climax from penetration, its gotta be the right angle after some good foreplay for that. I can always get a girl there from some quick work with the tongue though, so I work her off and then I go to work for my own benefits. Even if he's 3'' I think he could still do that, so I do think she's being shallow and stupid. Its just odd for a girl to say the 'love of her life' and then complain about his dick, just goes to show you that no matter what they say, girls dont order their priorities as they claim to

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No, it wouldn't. Sex is a factor, but I simply want someone to be there and be close with and care for. Sex is far from the most important thing. Besides that, toys are so innovative these days that any girl that can't be satisfied by them will not be satisfied from a simple penis.

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True, it's obvious from this entire page that the importance of sex differs vastly from person to person. IMO with so many good men out there, if you're not 100% satisfied with the one you're with, there will be another. You're not stuck with one love your entire lifetime. Don't ever, ever settle. You're worth more than that!

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221: I would have to disagree that most women would be disappointed with sex session just involving oral sex with no penetration. Many women don't orgasm during sex, quite a few just aim for orgasming during foreplay, which may include oral sex. Which is a pleasant experience, obviously, so why be disappointed? Obviously, I would argue that if every session ended with that, aka no penetration ever, yeah that would be a problem. But I doubt "many" people would be disappointed with doing that once in a while. My boyfriend and I routinely switch things up so that not every sex session involves penetration, it keeps things interesting and allows us to learn more about each other.

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haha two things bother me about this.....1st) you shoulda checked the hardware before you fell in love with him if it that's an issue for you.....2nd) if my meat was that small I wouldn't even let Jessica Alba measure tha shit......

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