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Connecting those with a smaller penis to those who prefer one

If you think you have a smaller than average penis there's no need to be embarrassed. At dinkyone.com every man has a below average penis size. This means than anyone you date will be fully aware and you can avoid unnecessary pressure or anxiety. Our site is totally free (no costs or upgrades at all) and is open to males and females of any sexuality.

What is average penis size?

The global average erect penis length about 5.5 inches (14 cm). If your penis is less than this you are eligible to join us. Remember that 50% of the male population will have a penis less than average size. That's 50% of the men in your university, the office, a night club, the train. You are certainly not alone and 100% of the men on this site are less than average. Also remember men often like to exagerate. If you hear someone saying they are 7 inches it generally means 6 or 6.5 at best.

Anonymous profiles and accounts

If you don't want people to know you joined us today then be anonymous. The only personal information required to join is an email address and pictures are optional. As we are totally free there are no credit card payments or real names required. You can also opt-out of email alerts from our privacy menu. If you don't like us or find a partner you can delete you account with 1 click and all data is erased instantly.

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If you want to experience something different to the usual dating site then come and join us today. It takes just a few seconds to open an account and you can connect with local people right away.



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