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|Steve Frame||May 5 2008, 07:13 PM|
Not necessarily Kirk. I have not seen as many as some of you have, but of the ones I have seen in my life I have seen some that don't actually get extremely that much larger from soft to hard.
Most do but not always, but it is not out of the ordinary for one to get that big. They are rare but they do exist.
I have even read in some of my daughter's medical nursing books that there are some that don't really even get any bigger at all as far as length - just kind of add girth and get stiff.
Just an observation. I guess it is the difference between a shower and a grower.
And I agree with Jonny to me it doesn't matter about a person's sexuality to me. I don't think any less or any more of them when I read anything about them.
Some people get turned off by actors who are flirtatious and open about what kind of underwear they wear or talk sexually in interviews like Thaao Penghlis does. Personally it just makes them more human to me.
It is just another part of what makes all of us as humans different and makes them different too. Kind of makes them more human.
I hate to hear people call them perverted or child molesters or anything like that because they are flirtatious or practice things in their lives. It is just passing judgement on them IMO.
So no it doesn't make one difference to me.
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