I have the exercises that I figured out myself and it add two to three inches, I can't remember, but it was definitely at least two. Is this okay on this site? I will not be posting and pictures and I will not curse. Just asking before I dud, to make sure that it is ojay.
https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Lear … ted-topics - see where it says 'male sexual health'?
I don't see anything related to what you said. Please just copy&paste the whole post.
No. Go read it - all of it. You could make a hub on the topic but how will you get the necessary images through the approval process. Additionally, it's not an 'ad safe' topic, therefore you won't earn any money from it. You will be wasting your time. The best place for such an article is on your own website.
This is a direct quote from the learning center:
The following health-related subjects fall under our restricted content areas:
Weight loss supplements
Six pack abs
Fat burning furnace
Male sexual health
But this really does work, I swear. I went from 6 inches to 8 inches, just by doing the exercises. No meds required. I thought that this site was for posting things, that no oneelse has ever posted before?
Dang, and here I was hoping to learn how to lift cinder blocks with it...
There are probably thousands of places where you can post this sort of rubbish. Why not go bother one of them?
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