I'm 13 and haven't hit any puberty what so ever(boy)?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
I'm in 8th grade and I'm only 5'1 I have no pubic hair or armpit hair. All the guys in my grade are hitting puberty and growing. All of the girls like the tall guys. I would consider myself to be fairly good looking but the problem is I am short and have no muscle. Im not that good at sports but I'm really funny and nice to everyone. Most girls just say I'm "cute" but none of them ever think I'm "hot" or consider dating me. Lots of girls make comments on my height and I used to just blow it off but it is starting to worry me. I have a pretty tall family. My dad is 6'1 and my mom is 5'7. Most of my aunts and uncles are tall too. I've started to wonder if I'm a break in the genes and it's scaring me. My dick is like 4 inches hard and some guys in my grade are bragging about their 5 and 6 inchers. I feel like I'm never gonna hit puberty and if I ever do then it won't even matter cuz everyone will be going to college and my high school years will suck. Somebody plz give me a serious answer.
 
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Don't fret too much. It will come. There is no way around it. Be glad. Think of it this way, when those early bloomers are older, they'll be hairy apes and probably will go bald early too. you on the other hand will still have youthful features when you are in your 20s and 30s and may be even 40s. That is a big plus! Just enjoy being who you are.

Now, on another note: Take down your photo with this post. You're a handsome young man and all, but it is not safe to make such posts. There are adult freaks who could harm you, and there are school aged freaks who like to bully. And don't start worrying about the picture you've already posted. Just take it down and carry on with life.

You sound like a kid that has it together, and you look well fed and cared for, so stay smart. Read interesting books. Prepare for a fantastic career, and become the boss of those early bloomers.
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