Woman asks advice columnist if it's OK to cheat on your boyfriend because his penis is small.

Woman asks advice columnist if it's OK to cheat on your boyfriend because his penis is small.
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Sometimes, problems in a relationship can become insurmountable. Especially when the problem is that you're having trouble mounting.

Woman asks advice columnist if it's OK to cheat on your boyfriend because his penis is small.
Nice try, but no cigar.

Take for instance this one woman, "R," who wrote in to Elite Daily's sex advice columnist Auntie Gigi about how she has been solving the problem of dating a man with a small penis by cheating on him with her ex.

Hi Gigi:

I love my boyfriend, but I can’t get off during sex with him and we’ve have tried it all. I need more girth.

I keep going back to an ex for sex to be satisfied. Life is complicated as a single mom, my ex doesn’t want the complications and my kids never liked him anyway. They like my current boyfriend. I feel horrible for both me and my boyfriend. Any advice??

Thanks,
R

Of course, this immediately brings to mind that Sex and the City episode where Samantha goes to therapy over loving a man who's dick is too small. Inevitably, S just gives up on her man.

Woman asks advice columnist if it's OK to cheat on your boyfriend because his penis is small.
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Of course, R's problem is a little more complicated than Samantha's. R has children who like the new guy, and it's hard to date when you're a single mom.

Aunt Gigi takes into account the single motherhood issue, but she still advises to cut the new guy loose. Ultimately, if you don't love a man's front tail, you don't love him.

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Normally, I would tell you to exhaust all options. But the thing is, you already have. And this brings me to my next point: You don’t really love your boyfriend because you simply cannot cheat on someone you love.

Woah, that's way harsh Tai.

No one wants to hear that they don't really love their boyfriend. And especially not because his "D" is more like a "d."

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Clearly, you’re acting out, attempting to fill a void that your current relationship doesn’t fill.

Nice turn of a phrase, Gigi, but she's right. Sometimes the only thing that can fill a void is a big dick.

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