London man to host small penis festival
London will play host to the world’s first ever small penis festival in March dubbed “The Big Small Penis Party”.
The party is a brain child of Briton, Ant Smith who says he said aims to create a “balanced sense of fun” while creating a positive body image for the less endowed.
The festival, which is the first of its kind, will celebrate smaller than average manhoods will be held on March 7 at Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel, East London.
According to the independent.co.uk, Smith, 48, told i100.co.ke that he struggled for a long time to come to terms with the size of his penis, which, at four inches when erect, is smaller than average.
Ant began talking about his penis size two years ago, and has since released a poem, ‘Shorty’ about his penis which he performs around the country to widespread media attention.
“For too long, men who perceive their penises to be small have been made to feel inadequate. It’s time to stand up and say there’s nothing wrong with having a little k**b”.
“I wanted to hold an event in London that’s open to everyone. I have nothing against men with above average size penises, but to be honest they’ve had more than their fair share of the limelight, this party is all about celebrating smaller members”.
The event is “open to everyone” with entry being charged at 50p (Sh75) per inch, with guests being asked to reveal the size of their penis on entry.
Both men and women can attend the festival whose entertainment will be provided by comedians, nude poets, folk musicians and rappers invited to headline the unusual gig.