Some people say that size doesn't matter.
But it really depends on your frame of reference.
Everything's great if it's a perfect fit.
But when it's not it might seem like an insurmountable task.
Sorence Owiti Opiyo, from Kibigoriin in Kisumu County in Kenya, was orphaned at the age of five and raised by his grandmother. When he was young, he received treatment for a medical condition, similar to a "boil", which made his penis swell. The operation caused a reduction in size, but now at the age of 20, there's been a recurrence. Opiyo suffers occasional severe pain, and is unable to wear shorts or pants.
He has not had a formal education after dropping out of school due to teasing and harassment from his fellow students, and also regrets that he has not had a normal family life. Women, after all, prefer men who wear pants.
The thus far undiagnosed condition not only affects the size, but also the shape.
He is reportedly scheduled for an operation to manage the unnamed condition, however his doctor plans on consultations with other doctors before proceeding.
We can certainly understand the apprehension of his would-be romantic interests who are probably convinced that, in the end, size does matter.