>start dating 10/10 transgirl
>she sends me nudes
>my cock is smaller than hers
>can't stop wondering if I'll be able to please her
>or if she'll just laugh when she sees it
Please help me.
Virgin mtf here.
In length it's probably acceptable, on the short side though. What matters more is girth.
If she's sending you nudes, then I don't know, maybe she demands more, given she's shown so much of herself, and is a 10/10.
Don't worry so much about it, size queens are out there but they're minorities, and most of them care about hookups for bragging rights instead of relationships. I dated a skinny twink for a long time and his cock was way bigger than mine, but neither of us felt uncomfortable about it and I even found out he was bragging about my painfully average size to his friends. If she's really 10/10 it won't matter, and honestly 5 and a quarter isn't small.
Oh, so I'm guessing around 4.5-.7 inches in circumference then. That's about where I'm at, but I'm 7 inches long.
Don't be down about it. It's actually a good size of penis. Think of it like this, a woman can satisfy herself with two fingers. We're just fine.
I'm not trans (cis gay) but for me penis size is not very important for sexual attraction. If I think guy is cute and likeable, I really do not care if his dick 5" or 6.5". If I find him attractive, I'm gonna want it regardless.
I think some guys overestimate the importance of penile dimensions. Just try it out with her and if she doesn't like it she can move on. Don't be prevented by your own anxieties when it could turn out that the two of you are super hot for each other.
Most of us don't like being masculine and having a larger penis than your boyfriend will remind you of that constantly. Just like I would never want to be able to tower over my boyfriend I would never want to have a bigger penis than him, it's pathetic and would make me lose respect for him.
you have to realize that you are dealing with a group of people that places judgement on appearance, not qualities as masculinity usually is.
The same way that they could not learn to love the canvas, they have dysmorphia by proxy in others as well.
The first sentence is a bit odd, if I'm interpreting the intent correctly then put more simply:
"Be aware that (trans people) have (distorted) concerns about looks, which don't match the usual (cis person's) understanding of masculinity (or femininity)."
For the second sentence, "dysmorphia" is a real word. The confusing thing is that "Body Dysmorphic Disorder" as a diagnosis is considered a separate thing from "Gender Dysphoria" as a diagnosis. Regardless, it's at least linguistically reasonable to use 'dysmorphia' to refer to 'dysphoria relating to physical form', as it looks like was done here.
Translating the second sentence:
"Similar to how (trans people) aren't able to get themselves to love their own bodies (as they are), they also will feel bad about their bodies by comparing and contrasting the bodies of other people with their own body."
I'm not judging, but didn't you say that you don't like being masculine (>>5530249) and that you consider dick size to be a component of masculinity (>>5530440)? Again, I'm not judging you for wanting a partner larger than you or for liking the size you have, but aren't you having different standards for yourself and for others?
My girlfriend is demanding that I reduce the size of my tinkler because it's a few inches bigger than hers. I don't want her to leave me so I've been working hard and saving money to get it reduced
Yes, which is why I wouldn't date someone with a smaller dick than me, If I didn't have to deal with having a big dick myself I probably would never have an issue with the size of my partner. Being with a guy who is better equipped makes me less dysphoric.