Naked Attraction contestant says men with small penises constantly contact him following rumours he has 'tiny todger'
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When word got round that Naked Attraction star Steven Barrett had a ‘tiny todger’, he started getting inundated with messages from men with small peckers.
"I had a lot of people message me as they feel they can relate to it, that they’ve got small d***s but they don’t realise mine is seven and a half, not four inches,” Barrett explained.
Speaking to the Daily Star, Barrett, who’s a pornstar, admitted he had been insecure about his penis size, but only because in his industry, some people have willies as large as ten inches.
"Going into the porn industry, I feel inadequate and smaller compared to other porn stars. I’m above average size, but when I met all these porn stars I realised some of them are like 10 inches," he shared.
Following two appearances on Channel 4’s dating show Naked Attraction, Barrett also took part in Send Nudes: Body SOS.
Hosted by Vogue Williams, the show featured people considering surgery because of their body hangups, and Barrett decided to take part because he was concerned his penis didn’t measure up to others in his industry.
Barrett contemplated various surgical options to enlarge his penis - from stomach fat injections to suspensory ligament release - and it was around this time that rumours his willy was just four inches in length started to spread.
"Reports said that I was four inches, but that's four inches flaccid. And then an article went viral because they said 'tiny todger'. I had to laugh because I couldn't cry, I honestly thought it was hilarious," explained Barrett.
Although his brush with fame led to some interesting experiences - like the time a man approached Barrett in Tesco, shook his hand and declared: “Hold up mate, I saw your show last night!” - there have also been downsides to the attention.
Barrett feared the ‘tiny todger’ moniker might cause him to lose work on OnlyFans, and although he came across the OF page of someone with a penis measuring just an inch and a half, Barrett noted: “It’s hard to make something from average, but if you’ve got an extremity that’s really big or really tiny, it makes people more interested.”
Barrett also noted that big doesn’t always mean better, telling the Star: “It hurts, it can be painful, there's a lot of things you can't do with [a big penis]. It can be restrictive.”