You'll find tips on navigating a big one here and you might well need them if he's anything like this guy!
This is a totally different ball game (sorry, couldn't resist).
Telling a man his penis is way bigger than usual is going to inflate his ego (and his member! Telling him it's so big you don't want sex with him is quite another thing.'I'm starting to feel like a freak,' one man tweeted to me, desperate for advice on what to do.'One girl literally went white when she saw it.
That's according to FEMAIL's sex and relationships expert Tracey Cox, who reveals how to approach this most sensitive of subjects in a way that's sincere and reassuring - not rude, or worse, patronising. This is because they compare their penises to men in porn who are chosen specifically for their big willies (and for being able to sustain an erection and ejaculate on cue).
'Most men are super sensitive about their penis size because most men are secretly convinced they're inadequate.
You could also trot out the 'Its not the size of the boat, it's the motion of the ocean'/'It's not what you've got, it's how you use it' line.
Add 'And you're a brilliant lover' on the end and you might never have to have that conversation again.Make it clear his penis is attached to him: he's a package not just a penis!If he genuinely believes you don't think it's a big deal, you can both get on with having some seriously good sex.(Far worse than any sized penis is a man who can't get past his size.I haven't got much to compare it to.'Or try to fob it off with a vague 'I honestly don't know if it's big or small and don't really care – all I know is it feels good.'If not, be logical.Tell him you're really not concerned with his size: how he treats you as a lover is far more important.Here's everything you need to know…The first thing you need to know is this: he already knows the answer to the 'How big am I? Most men have done their own research and measured themselves.