The party would be the coming together with men with small penis to support and encourage one another
A group of men in England, who are of slightly smaller stature in one area than the average guy, are planning to hold a party to support one another on their small, but important issue.
The 'Big Small Penis' party is being organized by 48-year-old Antony Smith, who encourages other men to talk about and become more accepting of their situation.
"I think it's really important to maintain a balanced sense of fun. That's why I'm creating a celebratory party," he told the UK Independent. "I've got various thoughts on what is a good and what is a bad small penis joke. And I do think humor is a great healer. So I'll just say 'keep laughing."
Smith, who says his fully erect size is about 4 inches, has been open about his struggle for the past few years and even released a comedy poem about his situation called 'Shorty'.
"If 6-inch as an average can truly be believed. Someone here in this room is twice the size of me," he says. "If you can do your algebra, already you will know. Four inches is the maximum my d--k will ever go."
It was finally speaking about his perceived problem to others that finally helped him feel better about it, he said.
"My life is so much easier now that this issue is in the open," he said. "For me one brave step, one very small brave step can change completely the shape of your life."
Male guests will pay a little less than a dollar per inch of their manhood to attend the party, which is also open to women.
The average length for men is about 4.7 inches to 6.3 inches, according to a study in Medical News Today. But many men may feel insecure when they see pictures on the Internet of much larger sizes or hear boasts from friends.
"You very often read that 5-7 inches is average and that's such a broad range. People walk away thinking that 7 inches is average," Smith told the website.
"It isn't. I wrote the poem in the first place partly inspired by the fact that one of my friends also told me that they suffered anxiety. They were 6 inches. There's absolutely no reason for them to (suffer anxiety). A lot of what I'm doing is talking to the average man and saying it's perfectly fine."
Smith has been married for 17 years and told the outlet the love of his supportive wife helped him become comfortable with his body.
"Women tend to say things they think will make a guy feel better, 'It's not small it's big,' or they'll just say, 'It's fine, don't worry,' but the guy will think, 'I know it's not fine, I know it isn't big,'" Smith said. "I think openness and honesty is the No. 1 thing, if a woman sees a guy who is under-average she should say, 'Yes, it is under average but that's not what is important to me."