It's the age-old question. Does size really matter?
Well not according to this man, and that's despite him having a much small than average manhood.
This is Ant Smith.
Ant suffered years of torment because he felt his penis was too small - but now, after being happily married for a number of years - to a woman he says loves regardless of his penis size - he’s written a book about it.
The Small Penis Bible is a self-help book for other men who're worried about the size of their 'stuff'.
Ant spoke to Cape Talk's Sara-Jayne King about coming to terms with his 'shortcomings',
The main problem about penis size anxiety - which does lead to depression and suicide- is that it's felt as a shameful thing, that's kept as a dark secret.— Ant Smith, author, The Small Penis Bible
So just how small does a penis have to be before it's considered 'micro'?
If you're less than seven centimetres erect you're deemed to have a micro-penis.— Ant Smith, author, The Small Penis Bible
Ant says he was teased at school about the size of his penis and didn't lose his virginity until the age of 21.
Even then, he says sex was difficult because the condom would often slip off.
Ant credits his relationship with his wife of nearly 20 years for helping him come to terms with his insecurity around his penis size.
She doesn't give a damn about the size of my penis!— Ant Smith, author, The Small Penis Bible
Listen to the full interview with Ant below: