I am a bit hesitant about posting this conversation and thought, but... here goes.
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"What do you think about an extender?"
I roll my eyes. How is it that I get myself into these conversations.
"You are fine the way you are."
It is like I didn't say anything, "...and I already know what size to get. About 2 inches."
For me, this is a pointless conversation. He is going to do what he is going to do regardless. This is not about anyone but him.
What is it with men anyway?
Have they never considered that it is about quality not quantity?
Or that good things can come in small packages?
Or that it is about chemistry, attraction, and connection more than about size?
Simply put, I am a naturalist - in that I mean that everything about my body is 100% natural - organic, home grown etc - that includes my faults and my assets.
I like natural - the real thing. Plastic and latex just don't work as well.
I realize that I am an exception. There are plenty of women and men who will do various things and buy numerous types of products to augment and enhance for reasons I can not always comprehend.
I am sure that there are great reasons for making things bigger. I have considered a little breast reduction myself as although they are spectacular, they are also a bit of a pain from time to time. But, in the end, I am content with what I have.
I know that, in the end, he will get the extender. He will try it a few times and then, it will be tossed aside because I think, in his heart of hearts, he is happy with what he has.
It is the curiosity factor that has him under its spell. How would it feel to have two more inches?
That is something I can understand - how would it feel to temporarily have a smaller chest, blond hair, a different nose, etc...