Media and the internet are putting ever increasing pressure on men to measure up to certain standards, be it body image or penis size. Body image is generally within your control but penis size is not, unless you undergo surgery.
In addition, the internet is packed with false claims and products to increase penis size. Many young men now think that you need a 12 inch penis to satisfy your partner. This is simply not the case and our dating site is here to normalise the situation.
The site is operated by dm³ which owns a range of online dating sites. The platform used to power the site is of a very high standard and is wholly owned by dm³. It's not another white label or shared database site. It is 100% exclusive for men with a smaller penis and those who prefer one. It runs on desktop, mobile and tablets. We feel that mobile devices are critical to online dating today and even more so for our members who may consider privacy more important than most.
Who wants a smaller penis?
There are many reasons why some people prefer a smaller penis:
Straight females preferring a smaller penis
The are women who just preferrer a smaller penis for comfort reasons and still rate the sex highly from a smaller endowed man. There are also women who enjoy the smaller man more as they tend to compensate for size with additional skills such as more experience of oral sex and foreplay.
Gay men preferring a smaller penis
Views are split on this topic, the majority of forum threads suggest most gay men preferrer a larger penis but there are some who don't. I guess our membership numbers will answer this question and over time we will update this section to reflect the outcome. If you're a gay male then you are more than welcome to join and help decide the argument once and for all.
Analysing the statistics
Don't forget that the average size means that 50% of the males in the word are bigger and 50% are smaller. Therefore, 50% of people who are in a relationship have a smaller than average size penis. This means that a smaller penis is not a barrier to dating or having a relationship.