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Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Expert reveals how to make your penis thicker – instantly
There are two types of men in the world: men who are happy with their penis size and shape, and men who aren’t.
And then there’s the guy who has the 19-inch penis.
Penises, like bodies and people in general, come in all different shapes and sizes.
Some are big, some are small. Some are thick and some are thin. Whatever the shape, there is never any need to be self-conscious about your member.
However, if you were looking to gain a little girth – without resorting to surgery – an expert has revealed injections, or more specifically fat injections can give men a temporary girth boost.
Dr Debby Herbenick wrote for Men’s Health: “Thanks to injections or fat injections, men can even get a little thicker though the effect often wears way with time and some surgeons feel more evidence is needed before fat grafts for penis augmentation can be formally recommended.”
Last year, certified plastic surgeon Dr David Alessi told the Daily Star Online: “Men are asking for increase in girth.
“Fat injections to increase girth involve taking fat from the belly and injecting it deeply into the penis.”
This procedure can take around 45 minutes – and can be done in your lunch break.
It will also set you back around £4,500 and you won’t be able to have sex for six weeks while the penis heals.
Debby added another option included devices men can wear daily underneath their clothes that can gradually stretch the penis to add girth or length.
Debby recommended to wait a while before altering your penis: “We know that many men who think their penis is too small actually have a totally normal and average (or more) sized penis.”
She said porn has created unrealism expectations for men and what they consider an average penis size.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico: Pastor who impregnated teen sentenced to prison in Chesco
A former Chester County pastor who acted as a surrogate father to a teenager he impregnated was sentenced to three to six years in prison on Friday, a month after a judge rejected a previous plea deal as too lenient.
Jacob Matthew Malone, who turned 35 on Friday, pleaded guilty at the Chester County Justice Center in West Chester to institutional sexual assault, corruption of minors, and endangering the welfare of children. The former pastor at Calvary Fellowship, a nondenominational church in Downingtown, also will serve five months' probation and will be registered as a sex offender for 15 years.
The woman, now 20, told police Malone gave her alcohol as an 18-year-old and raped her on several occasions while she lived with him, his wife, and their children in Malone's home in West Whiteland Township. Malone, who was her guardian, admitted he gave her alcohol but said the sexual encounters were consensual.
Sexual contact, which included kissing and touching, occurred almost daily during her senior year in high school.
"This is one of the times when the court system fails," said Judge Jacqueline Cody, adding that the woman was technically of the age of consent but that Malone had been acting as her father when he promoted the sexual contact. "You are serving a sentence much lighter than the crime deserves."
The sentence is at the top of standard guidelines. Malone will get credit for the more than one year he has served since his arrest in January 2016.
Under the agreement, prosecutors withdrew the most serious charge of rape. Prosecutors said there was a question as to whether they could prove the absence of consent.
"Sir, you have taken responsibility for a very, very serious series of crimes that have completely altered somebody's life," the judge said, calling his behavior "inexcusable."
Friday's plea was Malone's second attempt at securing a deal for himself. Last month, the judge rejected as too lenient an agreement with prosecutors that would have given him a minimum of two years in prison. The woman also was dissatisfied with that agreement, saying "Jake" had taken advantage of her "mentally, physically, spiritually."
The woman agreed with the new deal prosecutors and Malone's lawyer presented on Friday, and the judge accepted it.
The young woman "is pleased he will be spending an additional year in jail," District Attorney Emily Provencher said.
Evan Kelly, Malone's attorney, said in a statement his client "has always been adamant" he did not rape her.
"He did, however, commit other crimes, and for that he is embarrassed, ashamed and truly remorseful," Kelly said.
"I'm deeply sorry for the way my failures and weaknesses have hurt [the victim], my family and her family," said Malone, dressed in a blazer and slacks and wearing shackles. "She admired me and trusted me, and I betrayed that."
Malone met her when she was 12 and he was a youth pastor at her church in Arizona. After Malone and his family moved to West Whiteland, he invited her to live with them. She helped look after his three children.
She told police Malone began sexually assaulting her in the fall of 2014. Malone resigned from the Downingtown church in November 2015 after church leaders confronted him about the teen's pregnancy and he admitted he had impregnated her. He had been working at the church for about 18 months.
In January 2016, police asked for the public's help in finding Malone, who they believed was trying to avoid arrest. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested him on Jan. 18, 2016, when he returned to Newark Liberty International Airport from Ecuador.
In March 2016, the woman gave birth to Malone's daughter, whom last month she called "a sweet, tongkat ali sexual function beautiful and intelligent little girl" in a statement she read in court.
Austin, Texas: LSD to be tested as a ‘cure for depression’ in Britain for the first time
Now a first-of-its-kind trial will test small doses of the drug in the UK – to see if it could help with depression.
Twenty volunteers will drop acid, then fill in psychological questionnaires and play the board game
The £300,000 experiment is funded by the Beckley Foundation – led by the Countess of Wemyss and March, Amanda Fielding.
She told The Sun, ‘There are studies that show LSD is a wonder drug for curing all sorts of things.
‘We will not be giving people such large doses that they hallucinate but enough to give them a lift.
‘I took it in the 1960s when it was legal and it improved my wellbeing.
‘If this small trial is successful, butea superba information then we will consider applying to the government for more funding to run a larger experiment.’
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