Her Fiance Wanted to ‘Wait Until Marriage’. There Was a Little Surprise on the Honeymoon.

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This is a complicated ethical dilemma. A woman respects her fiance’s request to wait until they get married to have sex. In fact, she doesn’t even really get close enough to him to know the truth until their wedding night. When it is time, at long last, something’s missing. All of the husband’s posturing on values seems to have been a smoke screen.

“Micropenis is a medical term for a condition usually discovered in infants through a newborn examination,” The Cleveland Clinic writes. “As the term suggests, micropenis refers to an abnormally small but normally structured penis. The condition is caused by hormonal or genetic abnormalities.”

The condition is rare. “In men,” CC adds, “an SPL of 3 2/3 inches or less indicates a micropenis. The average SPL for adult males is 5.25 inches.”

“In the post shared on Reddit’s ‘Am I the A**hole?’ forum, the 27-year-old woman with the username throwaway_peen34 explained that her 32-year-old husband used to ward off her sexual advances, claiming he was ‘old fashioned like that’,” Daily Mail writes.

“So, we only dated for six months. We’ve been engaged for another six and just got married on Saturday,” she wrote. “I literally just got back from my honeymoon a couple hours ago.”

“We got close to fooling around a couple times, but it never went far,” she added. “I tried, but he always stopped after it went ‘too far’.”

While many have a short penis, this one is short. Very short: “about an inch and a quarter.”

“Am I the a**hole for reading into this and being upset that I waited until my wedding night to find out that he probably isn’t as ‘old fashioned’ as he says he is?”

“I honestly just acted like nothing was out of the ordinary and went to town with him, but . . . I dunno,” she noted. “I kind of feel lied to. Like a half-truth . . . or something was intentionally withheld from me.

“This was unexpected, to say the least.”

While she still seems to be in shock, others have the clarity needed to call it like it is.

“This is a serious trust issue,” one wrote. “It’s not the size that’s at issue here, it’s the fact that #1, he didn’t trust her enough to tell her, and #2, now she cannot trust him not to be dishonest.”

“Wow . . . and this, kids . . . is why you don’t wait till marriage to have sex,” another added.

“At this point, I think you have a lot of surprises ahead of you. Buckle up cause you just married a stranger.”