Just as you've overheard conversations between women on penis size, I've overheard conversations between men (lots and lots of them) on women's weight and/or body shape. I obviously can't know how it feels to have penis size criticized but I imagine it is as hurtful as having a spouse openly criticizing his wife's weight or body shape/stretch marks/mommy apron/etc , especially if it's in reference to sex and sexual desire.
I'm a supremely private individual and would never in a million years discuss my husband's penis size or our sex life to friends or family. But there are people, men and women, who need that outlet. I don't think it's inappropriate per se, just not something I would do myself.
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Fair enough. I thought the comparison was apples to apples (penis to vagina?) though.
The way I look at it, if something is visible, it's not exactly private. It's not nice to talk about your wife's weight or boob size or things along those lines, but there's no hiding it from others.
The size of your husband's penis or somebody's wifes vagina is, obviously, not visible, and thus extremely private and should really not be shared with anybody, IMO. I agree.
But the reality is that some women DO discuss (or use sign language to convey, lol) their partner's penis size.
In my 40 years on this planet, and amongst many men in 'locker rooms' and the like, I have never once heard anything truly private said about any of their girlfriends or wives. Conversely, I can count maybe a half dozen times in my life I've been around women who've openly mentioned (or, again, used hand gestures! to convey) their partner, or former partners penis size.
FWIW, I'm not trying to prove anything, or even argue this, honestly. It's just an observation.