Im 14 years old,
im having a problem as my penis is like 8 inch aprox,
but when i reach 18 or somthing I wont be normal,
like in ways of having a small penis or a large penis,
I dont know if 8 inch is small, large or just normal
but will anyone want to have sex with me if my penis is too
large or too small?
Will this affect my personality or even worse evrything,
do you have any idear of a NORMAL size of a 14 year olds penis?
as it would help me going through this stage...
The size of your penis is fine. The reality is that there is no absolute normal penis size. On average, the non-erect penis (after puberty has set in) is about 3.4-4 inches long. The erect penis is about 6-7 inches long, with a range of normal lengths. Your penis will continue to grow for the next several years. Try to accept yourself in this regard - you are fine. It can only influence your personality if you let it.
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