It’s unfortunate, but many women are scared of Pearly Penile Papules. You and I both know they’re not contagious and they’re not harmful in any way, but that doesn’t seem to make it any better. The truth is, many women are simply freaked out by the penile papules. Even after you explain them and show women online that they aren’t an STD, it’s still hard to convince a woman to sleep with you. I remember dating a girl for about 6 months. I was truly in love. We hadn’t done anything sexual yet. Then, the first time she saw my penis, she just stared at it. The pain was unbearable. She asked “What is that???” When I explained, she didn’t seem to care. I told her they were harmless and weren’t contagious, but she didn’t care. She freaked out. She left a few minutes later and I’ve only talked to her twice since then (when I saw her at the movies and the grocery store). That was the point at which I vowed to get rid of my pearly penile papules. It was the best thing I ever did. If you have them, I can’t recommend enough that you seek to get rid of them ASAP. Check out this message from a woman I found online. I think it’s very similar to my own story. It’s sad, but this is the common response.

I’m almost ashamed to admit this now but I once broke up with a guy simply because he had pearly penile papules. This was the only reason I broke up with him. In every other way, this guy was a catch. He was handsome, intelligent, considerate, and he was on track to becoming a fine lawyer (which he is today). He was also very well-endowed and his penis was beautifully shaped and very muscular. However, I was quite young at the time and I took one close look at those pearly penile papules and just couldn’t get past it. I just couldn’t stand the thought of putting those little puss filled papules in my mouth or letting him put his papule infested penis (at least that’s the way I thought of it at the time) in my vagina.

Even though it has been a long time, I remember his bumpy penis like I saw it yesterday. The pearly penile papules were uniformly spaced in 3 distinctive rows around the glans of his penis. He had already consulted a doctor to find out what they were so we were quite certain of the diagnosis. The doctor told him not to worry about them as they were not an STD and they were in no way contagious. He said they shouldn’t interfere with sex but of course they did. I even went to the college library and read about pearly penile papules and confirmed what the doctor said for myself. I looked at lots of pictures of other penises with pearly penile papules and in every case it was explained that these types of papules are not contagious and there was no reason to be worried or concerned. I also read that a lot of guys have them.

After an afternoon at the library, I went to my boyfriend’s place determined to just get past it and have sex with him like I had been dying to do for more than a month. However, when I saw his penis again, I just couldn’t. I know it hurt his feelings and I still feel badly about that. I tried to be polite about it but no matter what I said I knew I was hurting him deep down. I tried so hard to get past it because I really liked this guy but sex was just not happening because I just couldn’t bring myself to touch his penis. I know it was just a mental thing and there was no real reason for me to feel this way except a psychological one.

My girlfriends at the time were also a factor. I told them about my boyfriend’s pearly penile papules and asked them if they could be with a guy who had them. They were even more disgusted than I was so I guess talking it over with my girlfriends did more harm than good. Peer pressure with regards to sex is almost never a good thing.

I’m older, wiser, and far more educated now. However, if I close my eyes, visualize those pearly penile papules, and really think about it, I’m not sure I could have sexual relations even now with a guy that had them. I’m really sorry if that offends anyone. I really don’t mean to. I’m just being honest. I know it’s just all in my head. I am well aware that it’s not a guy’s fault if he has penile papules. I know it does not mean he has bad personal hygiene or anything like that. In fact, my ex-boyfriend that had them was clean and very well groomed. However, I also know that right or wrong most women feel the same way I do when they see a penis with pearly penile papules no matter how educated they are about them. It’s just a visceral reaction that most women have. I guess it isn’t anyone’s fault.

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