By Sarah Cocchimiglio. Sometimes it seems as though sex runs our society. It's a great way to sell your product, it motivates many people to succeed, and it's on the minds of most people, men and women alike.
We're all scared of something or the other, right? But hidden amongst all of us are also those who're scared of sex. No kidding!
Then I stopped getting morning hard-ons. That was the first real sign that something was wrong. Over the next 12 months, things got progressively worse.
There are times during adolescence when young women are warned of how terrifying sex will one day be. It's often insinuated men have it easier, especially during the first experience with a new partner. Believe it or not, though, cisgendered heterosexual men carry within the pits of their stomachs a wealth of dread over what possible hellscape awaits them when it comes time to face the lady parts. Redditor msstark asked fellow users.
Whether you're a woman or a man, you might have experienced sexual anxiety over the years. Feeling anxious sometimes about our prowess between the sheets is normal, but when it happens repeatedly, this can affect our quality of life. So, what can you do to dispel the doubts and lead a healthy sex life?
I'm not normal. Why can't I just be like my friends? I don't think I'll ever be able to have anything inside me, ever.
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Phallophobia in its narrower sense is a fear of the erect penis    and in a broader sense an excessive aversion to masculinity. Alternative terms for this condition include ithyphallophobia  or medorthophobia. In its broadest sense the term can be used metaphorically, for example in regards to pro-feminists. This may occur in an aesthetic setting,  or in a sociological setting.
Jase noticed his penis was one of the smaller in the bunch as a kid, when he used the communal showers after football and basketball practices. Now, public washing is strictly off limits—he'd rather drive home from the gym in his sweaty clothes and shower in the privacy of his own home. Jase's insecurities about his 3.
This spirited discussion was not something we anticipated when the first article on the topic was published. In responding to the ongoing discussion we have struggled to better understand the mindset of the men who complain about this issue which goes by the label, "Small Penis Syndrome". In the current essay, we want to present our working understanding of the psychology behind Small Penis Syndrome, and we want to talk about what men who are dealing with this issue can do to help themselves to feel better. What we have to say about these men comes from our observations of the comments they have left in response to Dr.