Dick Size v. Height: An Argument In Inches

Would you rather be tall or have a big dick?


Does dick size or height size really matter in the end?

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I have a blog called Go Eat A Carrot, and because it’s a play on the male genitalia I get a lot of requests to talk about dick size. At the same time, I am also on Tinder and I see a lot of bio profiles with lines like, “5’9 since that seems to matter,” or “taller than you in heels,” or “5’10, 7” in heels,” etc etc. So, I want to take a minute to unpack some size issues, both the issues of height and the issues of dick size.

Read an earlier opinion Does Dick Size Matter? Here.

Let’s imagine for a second that the Size Goddess Fairy appeared before you and offered you two extra inches. Would you take those inches and make yourself taller, would you give yourself (or your lover) two inches more dick, or would you say fuck you, I’m perfect just the way I am?

I’m going to make a bold statement right now and say you’re perfect just the way you are.

Here’s why.

Whatever you have to work with you can always make it work both for yourself and for your lovers.

Sure, it’s scientifically proven that taller people are more successful, smarter, and make way more money than short people but could we admit for a second that along with the possibility of biological animalistic attraction it is also culturally conditioned?

Perhaps this is a mistake to say out loud because when I do I will have much more competition in this arena, but if you are a person who is attracted to men I suggest right now that you don’t discount the short guys.

It’s a pretty big secret shared only amongst the sex-positive sluts of the world that quite often short guys not only have big dicks but big personalities. They have learned to compensate for their lack of height by learning to become well-rounded people and not just assholes who get by on their looks alone.

Stereotypical mainstream “hot” people are quite often not that great in the bedroom or in conversation either. (This is not ALWAYS true, but it a closer to the truth.)

Also tall guys do not ALWAYS have big dicks. I would say that out of all the tall guys I’ve fucked only two have had super big dicks and all the others were moderate, sometimes even small.

Not that dick size matters. I mean, there are like 532 things you can do sexually that do not involve a penis at all.  

What does matter is Big Dick Energy (BDE). Whether you’re male or female, tall or short, anyone can have Big Dick Energy. What it comes down to is confidence and assertiveness and an acceptance of who you are and what you have to offer to the world.

So maybe in the end, when the Size Goddess Fairy asks you where you want the two extra inches you can just apply it to your Big Dick Energy instead.

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2 thoughts on “Dick Size v. Height: An Argument In Inches

  1. I would probably have taken either a boost in size / height at different points in my life, truth be told I for a long time until fairly recently I had been over stating my height (by two inches!). I think it’s the idea of being ‘better’ than you are that drives us to want these things and we limit ourselves because of that – “If only I were taller I’d be able to…”, we don’t see ourselves as good enough and that’s the issue. If we allow ourselves to accept who we are and focus on what we have rather than what we don’t, we can leave behind the limitations we set on ourselves, seek to improve ourselves in ways that are actually achievable / meaningful to us and live a happier life.

    The answer of the question of height or length now for me if I had no choice but to choose one (although I realize it is rhetorical on your part) is a tricky one as I very much don’t want either because I’m perfectly happy as I am… but I guess it would have to be height for the sheer utility of it, those high shelves won’t reach themselves! Now if the question was instead having to choose which to lose two inches on I wonder how the answers would change for people? I’d still say height is more important to me, but the point is that it’s easy to want more but much more difficult to give up what you already have – the endowment effect (a surprisingly appropriate name when discussing this topic).

    You make really great content in a unique and honest way, it’s very refreshing.

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