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Penis Size – How Big Is It Supposed To Be?

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Question from Caleb B. How big is your penis supposed to be when you are 11 years old? Weezy This is not exactly my area of expertise. There may be a range within which your size is considered “normal” at various ages but for that type of specific information, you will have to ask your pediatrician. I do know that there is no one size that your penis is supposed to be at age 11 or at any age. Keep in mind that every body grows differently and that everybody is different. Some kids may have started puberty by 11, some won’t start until age 13 or 15. Also, the size of your penis when flaccid will always be different than its size when erect. (This I learned from the movie, Lucas. Thank you, Corey Haim.) Kids are naturally very interested in learning how they measure up compared to their friends. I feel that one of our missions here on earth is to push past the physical distractions that compel us to judge ourselves and others based around appearance. The good news about penis size is that most people you encounter as you travel through life will never see your penis. And any woman who loves you enough to wish to be naked with you is going to be happy with the man that you are, regardless of any specific measurements. Ironically, it is mostly men and boys who notice and compare sizes. Women and girls are not exposed to as many penises (Pardon or do not pardon that pun. Your choice.) and they tend not to see penis size as the measure of a man. Rather, women will list all sorts of attributes, such as intelligence, kindness, integrity, humor, eyes, smile, shoulders, etc. as being important when choosing a partner. I am a woman and I can honestly tell you that… To read more, click over to my column on Noozhawk…

Our Place Out Loud Panel

Our Place Out Loud is Teens Helping Teens

Teens Helping Teens

Our Place Out Loud

Weezy, Nina, Will, Ryan, Nico, Jake, Montana and Kiemute

Every Tuesday night my home is invaded by teenagers.  Yes, they ring the doorbell.  Yes, I let them in.  Yes, I feed them and encourage them to come again, but the trauma is real and it’s weekly.

Our Place Out Loud – Show 195

Together we create a video podcast called Our Place Out Loud.  The show is an extension of the iOS app, Our Place which is a free download in the iTunes App Store.

About five years ago, I published a semi-autobiographical novel called Journals in the App Store.  We added an Ask The Author feature where I offered growing up advice to kids.  This evolved into the safe and friendly teen social network, Our Place.  The podcast brings that social network to real life as a panel of teens help me field questions that come into the app from around the world.

Our Place Out Loud

Nico, Will, Ryan, Montana, Kiemute, Ryan, Nico

 How does all of this come together weekly in my home? Well, first I go into a tiny coma and then A LOT of wonderful people help me pull it off.  The kids start arriving around 5pm.  And I love them but kids do not just arrive.  They arrive with backpacks and homework and noisy iDevices  and loud opinons about feminism, Internet freedom and the Zombie Apocalypse.  They arrive with an explosion of things, gear,  stuff and sneakers.  And they arrive hungry.

Our Place Out Loud – Show 194

Yes, they are very, very hungry and this is why Teresa also arrives. Mother Teresa? To me? Yes.  She feeds them, picks up after them and makes sure that the tall kitchen garbage bag remains snuggly in place around the tall kitchen garbage bin so that I do not spend the remains of my day hosing pizza goo out of the tall kitchen garbage bin.  God Bless Teresa.

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Samantha, Kiemute, Weezy, Nina, Aaron

At 6pm, we open the mics and cameras for the “pre-show.” The narrowcast is pumped live into the Our Place app and this gives viewers a chance to peek behind the scenes as we set up.  There is often more than a bit of scrambling  (and hushed expletives) during pre-show as the technical heartbeat of Our Place Out Loud depends upon a delicately interwoven patchwork of winches, pulleys,  cords, cables, wires, tin cans, vacuum tubing and security cams.

Our Place Out Loud – Show number 193

But collective will has a way of working wonders and each week, we hit our stride and we shine.  By show time the studio is packed with  kids, grown ups, fun and wisdom all pulling together to share the universal experience of growing up.

The Our Place Out Loud kids are spectacular.  Their words and their hearts are helping scores of kids, parents, teachers, grandparents and lunch ladies worldwide.

Yes, it is more difficult to find parking on my street every Tuesday night.  Yes, the occasional sneaker is left behind.  Yes, it is challenging to remain cheery when somebody asks me if we have any Fanta Grape two minutes before showtime.  Come on! Isn’t that why Teresa’s here??  But I am so proud of our team and what we create together.

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