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Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by B_Marius567, May 6, 2010.
I Hear Woman say that Shy Men Have a small penis.
Do shy men have a small Penis?
I'm quite shy. Do I have a small penis?
Not a hard fact...but as a general rule it doesn't help.
i'm also quite shy :b
i've known a cocky, confident guy with a micro penis.
i've known a shy guy with a foot long schlong.
and plenty that fell between the two.
i've noticed no correlation at all.
Sebuti, a 22 year old very shy fellow from the Himalayas, sported a 24cm erect organ during the annual "Hot Sherpas for Jesus" revival at Kathmandu.
Actually, I think there is an inverse correlation between a man's shyness and the size of his penis. I've generally found the smallest cocks on very arrogant, self-centered men who have exhibitionist tendencies.
And by the way, you would be better off to ignore anything that most women have to say about penes. Males seem to be much more accurate (or perhaps just less biased by biological imperatives) in their assessment of individual body parts as opposed to a person as a "whole package."
The majority of confidence related personality traits are substantially formed during what amounts to a the high school period. The majority of boys don't have fully grown cocks during this period, nor is their penis the major determinant in their social success.
There might be a slight co-relation, but its more likely that women have more frequent sexual encounters with extroverts than introverts, which would bias their heuristics.
Pretty silly question, though.
i'd say earlier than that even.
how their parents treat them, how well they learn to interact and pre-school...it's all building up towards adulthood.
There's nothing shy about me at all, but that has much more to do with my gregarious nature and confidence in my ability to engage in a variety of subjects during a conversation.
It has nothing to do with my penis at all.
Does being a little bit of an intovert count? If so, my anecdotal evidence would suggest a no, just in case you were still unsure about this particular myth.
The events prior normally influence how someone approaches the period wherein they self-identify, but most research shows that self esteem, confidence, and other similar factors are mostly derived from social learning during high school.
Someone bullied during elementary school, then becomes wildly popular in high school will be far more likely to display lifelong signs of high self esteem than people who are popular during elementary school, then become the target of harassment at the high school level.
That said, if someone is constantly fearful during their transition to high school, they are less likely to reach out and achieve social success; this can be fixed if it is consciously controlled for, but apart from limited anti-bullying and buddy system initiatives, most schools don't.
The idea is that one's self recognition during pre and post pubescent reminiscence is not equally weighted; one identifies more strongly on average with the image which is physically similar to how they are now. This effect also has significant ramifications for people who have significant body dysmorphism.
once worked with a guy who claimed he was the ladies man....'bangin' all the babes' he would say...then saw him at a trough urinal...unless he grows at a rate that defies gravity...hung like a gnat....
my youngest son is very shy/bookish...and hung like a mule (no flames okay?)
I am quite shy................And i think it IS becasue of my small penis!! U have hi the nail on the head!!
with a hammer? kinky!
i'm incredibly shy...and compensate for it by being very outgoing. neither of which has anything to do with my penis (the size of which i'll leave you, gentle reader, to judge. ).