Dear Prudie, I am a 30-year-old woman who has been dating a lovely man for three months. I believe that sex is crucial to a relationship, and the thought of having a (potentially lifelong) relationship without an active sex life scares me.
Here's the problem: We recently became intimate for the first time, and he is, unfortunately, very poorly endowed—so small that I did some Google searching and think he might have a micropenis.
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Love their noses too." I quickly chugged the rest of my beer so the date could be over.
I am Asian-American, and my college (and post-college) boyfriend was (and still is, I guess) half black and half white.
He gave me polite answers and told me, a white boy from New York, that I should really make it over to Asia at some point."Do you speak Hebrew? I laughed at his question because I hadn't even said that I was Jewish yet, and I definitely didn't speak Hebrew.
I'm one of those young chosen people who qualify as "Jew-ish" at best."Oh, I have a huge thing for Jewish guys.
Dear Little, Your wonderful guy was cruelly shafted, and it's sad to think that a relationship that seemed to have everything may be doomed because of a teeny-weeny problem.I once published a letter from a woman whose boyfriend had also gotten the short end of the stick—although perhaps not quite so drastically as yours—and in response I heard from several women who said they were initially very disappointed by their beloved's under-endowment and wondered whether it was a relationship killer.But they liked the guy so much that they stuck with it and said they eventually "adjusted" and came to find their sex lives fulfilling.Now we were on a first date because I am a crazy narcissist.I asked him careful questions about his years in the service and his home country.
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