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You already answered one question which was "how do i break it to my gf that my penis is curved (thank you), and u said its no big deal. But what if she doesnt take it like its no big deal? what do i do? what should i say? should i just say what u guys say "its common most guys have some sort of curve"?
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IF she comments on it, you can just tell her that it's normal. Chances are pretty good that she won't mention it though.

If she makes a bit deal about it, are you sure this is someone you want to be sexually active with? It ISN'T a big deal, and someone flipping out over a normal variation is uncalled for.

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Im a girl and if i had a boyfriend with a curved penis i wouldnt care at all. My friend slept with a guy who had 1 also. She didnt care at all. Its all in your head and if she doesnt like it then shes not worth it anyways.
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