Many men who are concerned with their penis's small stature suffer from "dysmorphophobia," a condition where people see some imaginary flaw in physical appearance as real — in this case a false perception of penis inadequacy, the researchers say.
According to LiveScience's Bad Medicine columnist, Christopher Wanjek, "Many men long to have something longer, even though few have a penis that is too small to copulate or pleasure their partner. This anxiety over size is called penile dysmorphophobia, and it is on the rise worldwide as men turn to pornography and compare notes."
Today many men turn to Penis Extenders. Ads plaster various magazines with promises. The issue of what works and what doesn't has even made the national news.
Here's a bit of interesting SEX TRIVIA:
PENIS EXTENDERS -
During the height of the Roman Empire around 300AD penis extenders were invented in the East. These sexual aids were for men who had erectile problems and still wanted to pleasure their partners. These extenders, which fit over men’s penises, were first mentioned in the Indian sex manual, the Kama Sutra.