Interview with the Super Endowed (Pt. Deux) - V for Vadge


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Interview with the Super Endowed (Pt. Deux)

Posted May 29, 2014 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.

In case you just tuned in, we’re continuing our interview with a gentleman who is considered to be a rarity. Measuring at  11.63 inches, it’s no wonder that we’d want to know how he functions…


Read our first interview here:


“Thank you again for participating,  I’m learning so much through my interviews. It really helps for my research. “

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Are you a “grower” or a “shower”?

– Grower, definitely.  At least, to what my understanding of a grower is.

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What is it like going to urinals?

– A little nerve racking.  I won’t use them unless it’s an emergency.  I normally go into to the stalls, preferably the handicapped ones, lmao don’t judge me. surprised-woman-in-red

Do your friends know about your gift? – Some of them do.  Actually as I think about it, an alarmingly high number of my (female) friends know as of late.  I’ve been uncharacteristically chatty lately.

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Has size ever been an issue in your serious relationships? If yes, how so?

– I’ve been cheated on twice with my size having been sited as the reason for doing so.  More specifically that sex was a chore.  Honestly, I think some of the more negative self-image complexes stemmed from those relationships.



Have you ever has the urge to do something unusual with your penis that others may not be able to do? If so, please explain.

– Hmm, I’m not entirely sure to be honest with you.  I don’t have a traditional, “normal” reference point.

Have you joined any groups/clubs specializing in extra-endowed men?

– Physically, no; Online, yes.  Back when I was more self-conscious about myself, I joined a support group of sorts.  The group to a wicked turn to basically becoming a site for lusty folks looking for a “unique” encounters, swingers ads and people generally discussing other people/celebs and not about personal experiences or actual discourse.   Stay tuned for more Interviews With…

About the Author


A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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