The topic of having the ‘world’s largest penis’ is a claim that many men wish they could make, but that Jonah Falcon, from New York, is really upset about certain things.
Falcon claims to have the world’s largest penis, at 13.5 inches when erect.
For more than 20 years, he has been the unofficial holder of the title.
The man with the “world’s largest penis” reveals all
This man and his appendage have been featured in documentaries and magazine profiles. Falcon also appeared on the U.S. talk show The Daily Show, where he claimed his foreskin could cover a doorknob.
Now, in an interview with Men’s Health, Falcon has opened up about what it’s really like to live with such a large penis. The man revealed that it’s not all fun and games, and said it has its downsides.
When asked what the worst part of having a big penis is, he said, “The preconceived notions. For some reason, being over 13 inches means I’m a bad person, or I’m selfish, or I’m a porn star, or I’m dumb, or I’m a slut.”
But unlike many men, he says he can avoid the insecurities around penis size and masculinity that are prevalent in our society.
“I don’t need a fancy car, I don’t need a gun, I happily wear a mask, etc., because I don’t have to prove my masculinity to anyone. I’ll wear pink, dammit! ”
Falcon claims to have had sex with several A-list celebrities and says that people from conservative countries regularly proposition him on social media.
Falcon also revealed that there are certain practicalities that come with his large penis, and that he has to think about details such as what pants he wears and what pocket he keeps his wallet in.
In an explanation on the subject he said, “My balls are proportionally sized, so I wrap my pussy to the left so I don’t have to squeeze as tight.”
For men seething with jealousy, Falcon gave some advice for overcoming insecurity about penis size.
He said, “An attractive body and a winning personality will attract a lot more than a big dick if you’re looking to sexo..No one cares if you have a small dick, except yourself.”