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.I feel awful about this—it's obviously something that he can't help, and it slays me that the universe would be so unjust to such a wonderful person. I see a potential future with him in every other way, but how do I deal with this?Do women who marry very poorly endowed men end up regretting it?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.However, if each encounter leaves you feeling a void, then your frustration will ultimately kill the good parts of your relationship.
From Shia La Boeuf to Howard Stern, here are more big stars who cop to having less than huge packages."So that didn't help its appearance—although it's pretty cute."After divorcing Tom Arnold in 1994, Roseanne Barr went on Saturday Night Live and revealed that her ex had a three-inch penis.Fortunately, Arnold had a good sense of humor about it and delivered the perfect comeback—"What's small? "Hell, even a 747 looks small if it lands in the Grand Canyon." Several years later, he made peace with the incident in his memoir, How I Lost Five Pounds in Six Years: "My penis is fine," Arnold wrote. If someone expects petite and gets medium, they're impressed."While discussing how he lost his virginity in a 2009 interview with Playboy, Shia La Beouf overshared about being underwhelming.Dear Prudence, The daughter of an acquaintance of mine recently was treated for cancer.She's about 4-years-old, and I believe she is doing well now.And if that happens, I have a somewhat hopeful note for your man.I, too, Googled , and I had a shock of recognition when I saw the first image.I'm not extremely well-endowed..clearly this wasn't the move.", the British comedianspoke pretty frankly about his endowment: 'I don't want to go into it but I'm not built, its average, I'm 5 foot 8 it's in proportion, don't worry about it." He then continued, "I'd look weird with a foot long knob wouldn't I?It'd be ridiculous, also I'd faint if I got an erection as all the blood would be in there.It's fine, it's fine, really it's average."One more for good measure: Ever since it was removed during an autopsy in 1821, Napoleon Bonaparte's penis has been the stuff of legend. When the French emperor's tiny scepter went on display in a New York exhibition in 1927, Time magazine reported that it resembled a "shriveled eel." According to Tom Perrottet, author of Napoleon's Privates, it was eventually purchased by John Lattimer, a New Jersey doctor who collected odd relics, but he never displayed it.After Lattimer's death, his daughters finally showed Perrottet the puny prize.