We guess winning is winning, right guys??
That's apparently the thought process Nick Gilronan has, the winner of the not-so-coveted title "Smallest Penis in Brooklyn!"
The 27-year-old Queens native says he was actually proud to be crowned the winner of the odd contest, and said he wasn't at all nervous! In fact, he says this isn't even the first time he showed off his body:
"Besides my day job I've been doing modeling and acting for the past 7 years. Acting is done in front of a group of people so I was comfortable there. And sometimes my modeling jobs are nude for art classes, so wearing some skimpy clothing wasn't a problem either."
Way to go, Nick!
While most of the contestants wore masks to hide their identity, Nick wore absolutely nothing as he danced around stage and had the time of his life!
So why were all of the other men so ashamed of their pint-sized trouser snakes? He thinks the media is mainly to blame:
"That's the media's fault, I think. For both men and women, they push out images of people who just aren't regular normal people. The size of a man's penis does not matter for who he is as a person or in a relationship. Same thing with breast size. We're all made in different shapes and sizes, but the media puts pressure on people to look a certain way. Most people do not look that way. Some people let that false sense of body image upset them and they shouldn't be upset at all. Even worse, some people use those false standards and judge other people. It's disconcerting."
Wow! Who would have thought that a naked man dancing around on stage with a box on his manhood would drop such serious knowledge bombs on us?!
It's crazy to think a contest for men with small penises would turn out to be such a positive body image booster for the contestants!
And to all of the ladies out there, Nick is single, ready to mingle, and $200 richer!
[Image via Facebook.]
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