THE age-old question of whether size really matters has been thrust back into the limelight by the Wagatha Christie trial.
In die 2004 onderhoud, before she got together with footballer husband Jamie, 35, she described Peter as “hung like a small chipolata” — a claim he called made-up.
But security guard Antonio Murolo says having a small todger is nothing to be ashamed of — and his wife loves his 3.5-INCHER.
The 40-year-old from Southend, Essex, was single for a decade but says his luck changed when he met Ejiro Murolo, 36.
Antonio adds: “I used to think only well-endowed men could be good in bed, now I know it’s possible to be a great lover with a smaller package.
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“But it’s been a long, difficult journey discovering this and, met tye, I have felt so low over my size.
“When I was dating, women would presume I was well-endowed because I’m a big guy. I’d get so nervous stripping off as I could see the shock and disappointment in their eyes. It was soul-destroying.
"Groot word, I was horrendously bullied because of it. I would dread PE because I hated getting changed in front of other lads.
“They’d howl with laughter and shout, ‘Tiny pee pee’ or ‘Peenie boy’. It was horrible and really affected my confidence.
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“I was terrified to get with girls and losing my virginity at 16 still haunts me today.
“My then-girlfriend laughed at my penis, which made me so embarrassed I struggled to get it up. She never saw me again after that and I was crushed.
“Throughout my twenties I struggled to date. My self-worth was at an all-time low and I found it hard to chat up women. I dated sporadically over the next 15 years but I would freeze up when it came to sex and the women would always seem disappointed.
“I thought I’d be single forever until I met Ejiro through friends in July 2019. After a few dates I told her about my small willy — I wanted to warn her before we had sex.
“I half expected her to walk out and never see me again but she didn’t. She said she admired me for confiding in her and she didn’t think it was a problem.
“She said there were positions we could do to make sex better and we spent longer on foreplay. She really helped me discover myself sexually and become a confident partner — in and out of the bedroom.
“We married in September last year and make love every day.
“I feel like a superstar in bed thanks to my wife’s love and support.
“When I heard that story about Peter Andre it was disappointing to see how much people were laughing about it on social media.
“People presume men aren’t affected by their body image but they’re wrong, we just don’t talk about it as much as women.”
Ejiro, who works as a chef, says that size does not matter at all.
Worse in bed
Sy vertel ons: “Antonio is a true gentleman and I appreciated him being honest with me about his size.
“It upset me when he opened up about the bullying he’d received over the years — from ex-lovers but also his so-called mates growing up.
“Women can have surgery to get bigger boobs or get a designer vagina. But men aren’t that lucky.
“They can have penis enlargement fillers but it’s pricey and doesn’t last. Plus no one knows the long-term damage.
“In bed, we prefer to focus on new positions and foreplay.
“He’s a great lover and husband and more considerate between the sheets than most of my ex partners. I’ve no complaints.”
Net so, bus driver Alfie Taveres says that his four-incher hasn’t stopped him being a Lothario.
The single 48-year-old, from Bournemouth, boasts of having sex with more than 100 vroue.
Hy sê: “When I read about Peter Andre’s supposed dinky manhood I thought, ‘Nothing to be ashamed of, mate’.
“What I lack in the trouser department I more than make up for in personality and I have no issues getting women.
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“In fact, my small penis has made me an expert lover and women often tell me I’m better in bed than men who are well-endowed.
“I lost my virginity when I was 20 and have slept with over 100 women since then.
“Women love the fact I’m not selfish and always put their pleasure first. I also last a long time.
“People put too much emphasis on size when really it’s about how fit and experienced you are.
“I look after myself and work out daily and eat organic food and have never touched Viagra. I don’t need sex aids to be good in bed.
“An ex told me she loved my size because it wasn’t ‘intimidating’.
“Women always feel at ease when I get naked and tell me they’re scared of huge willies.
“Men who brag about being super well-endowed are often worse in bed.
“How many inches you’re packing is definitely not a measure of how good you are so we need to change the narrative and stop demeaning men in and out of the bedroom.”
Emma Rivett, 27, prefers a smaller penis. The admin assistant, from Newhaven, East Sussex, says that blokes who aren’t as well-endowed work harder to please.
Sy vertel ons: “In my experience, men with big willies are full of themselves and rubbish in bed. They’re lazy and think having a big tool automatically makes them good lovers, but they couldn’t be more wrong.
“I dated a bloke whose penis was 8.5in erect. He was always boasting about his tackle but I found lovemaking painful.
“He was too big and couldn’t understand when I didn’t enjoy the sex.
“Instead of trying to find new positions to make it pleasurable he made out there was something wrong with me and said he’d never had any complaints in the past.
“Needless to say we didn’t last long.
“Then I dated someone whose penis was around 3.5in when erect. It was a shock going from one extreme to the other but I was pleasantly surprised.
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“He was a very accomplished lover who made me orgasm every time.
“Now I actively go for guys with smaller willies and have signed up to the Dinky One — a dating app for men with smaller willies — because I think they make better lovers.”