I've basically spent my entire life in transit around the world, and I've learned that penis size is a very weird social thing. While most of my childhood may have been spent in scotland and the states, I've also lived all over Europe and parts of asia, the caribbean, morocco, hawaii, and even on native american reservations and communes. Anthropologically speaking, I've had a great deal of experience and wondered what this wonderfully diverse and experienced international crowd seems to think about my own experiences being representative or not. For the sake of being official, I'm 7.5 long, 7.0 circumference, and 2.9 width, but the thing is I'm a shower: around 6 inches when just comfortably hanging out. Of course this leads people to assume I'm bigger than I actually am, but a lot of these experiences involve just "showing" so that's important. Growing up, with my extended group of friends growing up I was the biggest, which happened to be a matter of pure chance. I had seen other guys who were bigger, but for whatever reason I had the big Shower penis out of all the people I was friendly with. Word would get around and every once and awhile some ladyfriends would ask to see it and I would sometimes agree. Their reactions were always great and of course this affected my sexuality. My early sex life was very normal and I learned that some of my more experienced partners loved that I was thick. So that was Scotland. But later, as I traveled the world I had some interesting experiences. The weirdest might have been Japan, I was in college at the time but staying with a moderate English speaking Japanese family who had three daughters almost my age. They were all beautiful and probably could have been models. (just so you know the Japanese youth culture has undergone MAJOR changes towards the counter direction). I was the first white person they ever knew and for about a week it was all super polite and nicieties and Id even say we were all becoming friends. One day their parents were out and I was getting ready to take a shower. The girls came into the bathroom and outright asked to see my penis because they had never seen a white person naked before. I was nervous about the whole thing and didnt know these people well, but they said they would strip too and I caved to my hormones. So when I took off my underwear they covered their mouths and screamed and acted like I was the next coming of john holmes or something. They practically demanded to hold it and get me hard, etc. etc. They spent the next few days absolutely obsessed and we all experimented sexually and I was caught up so much in the moment I wasnt really thinking about anything. It was definitely a kind of ego boost, but one day we met up with their friends and one of the first things they told me to do was show them my penis. And we were in public. They kept talking about it and told them everything about the past few days and it was so weird having them talk about it all out there like that. Later that night I caved and again showed them, but every time we met more of their friends that week, they immediately demanded I show them. It was like a science experiment and all the excitement I use to get from showing was gone. I had to tell them to stop doing this and eventually they did but never understood why I didnt like it. In the end, their talk with other girls and boys about my penis was all so uncomfortable I couldnt wait til I left to go home. Years later I traveled to China and had a different experience. I was busy with some business things and one day I was walking on the street and a middle aged man came up to me and said: I hate you because of your penis this man had never seen me naked and I could have been hung like a mini-pencil but he still said it. And I dont think he was indicative of the rest of the population but it was the strangest thing. Based on these two experiences alone (which I know isnt fair) it was like these two asian cultures were so obsessed with Penis size resentment or awe. Way more than anything I experienced elsewhere. The other thing I noted was how in America, I got a few really negative reactions to being uncircumcised. I couldnt believe it but people had all these assumptions about it and I was the only person anyone ever knew who was. And it wasnt just a regional thing, I spent time all over the east coast, the south, and west coast. Every girl thought it was weird and almost like it was a freak show. I was kind of horrified by the bad experiences, even though I had many a good one too. But there was still so much issue over circumcision in some cases and I dont understand why. In contrast I spent sometime playing in carribbean basketball leagues (Im not tall at all just so you know, barely 511) and as you can imagine I played with a lot of taller men of all ethnicities who were very very well hung. Seriously most of them were 9-11 or even 12 inches. My teammates became my good friends but I never felt small even though I was in comparison to this group. Even with the female reporters in the lockerroom I never felt uncomfortable. A big group of us lived in this beachhouse and we basically acted like nudists. And honestly, there was a lot of women and lot of sex happening. I had relationships with a wide variety of women who had been with some of these friends before, but Iike I said everyone was so cool and chill that no one ever made anything an issue. Especially with race. Later in life I spent some time at communes in the united states, hawaii and Canada where people were so open about nudity and really just genuinely cared about whether or not you were a good person. I tended not to go nude and people treated me just the same too. Lastly, I had one experience where I visited and old friend of mine at her Chippewa native American reservation in the states. I went to go shower in the shower houses and there were about seven young guys in there who all seemed to be like 9+ flaccid. It was kind of amazing so I asked my friend about it and she said that all the Chippewa guys were like 10-13 inches and one guy was 14 inches. She then said she was sure because she measured and gave big smile. She said she had no idea of it was a Chippewa or native American thing or if they all came from similar family lines or what, but said shed been spoiled rotten. So thats that. I dont think or presume anything about the aforementioned cultures, these were just my experiences and as a world traveler I wonder what other experiences people here have had and look forward to hearing about your experiences!