trulybig: I remember as a young teenager reading Fanny Hill which I found in my next door neighbors house. It talked about how some incredible sex was experienced by the women when the men had penises that measured over 8", etc. In fact, there was a section where the sex was described as so intensely pleasurable for the woman and the guys penis was 9" or more. The point is that Fanny Hill is an old book and even back then there was some recognition of the superiority of penis size sexually. In todays media, penis size or the concept of larger is better is constant. Every day I get emails about penis enlargment pills. The point of all these ads is that a larger penis is a worthwile attribute and worth spending money on if possible to achieve. These ads also supposedly report the comments of many women who talk about how they desire a larger size. Also, the ads very directly apply the concept of virility, being more of a man, being a more sexually satisfying lover, etc. because of the possibility of having a larger penis. On radio shows such as Howard Stern, a week doesn't go buy where there isn't some reference to someone with a large penis being superior, or a smaller one, like Howard's being inferior. There are ads on so many different products as well which state "Size Matters", I think it is a car ad, and so on. In fact, the point is that there is a constant media bombardment on the value of penis size. There is a trojan condom ad now on the regular radio where the girl talks about the size of the mans' feet, and then the ad discussed Magnums. Again, the ad makes the man sound very special for the woman. So, what's so bad about having a large penis. Those who have it are very lucky. I think if you have one, you should be proud of and enjoy it. The truth is that being larger than average does make you sexually superior. Many will debate it but the media certainly recognizes it, as does history. However, I am curious as to others on this board as to their experiences growing up and whether the media exposure impacted their self view positively on negatively, depedent on their endowment.