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A CASTING call has been released for a documentary called Too Large For Love about men with exceptionally large penises.

The advert, which was posted on the casting website Lost in TV, is seeking participants over the age of 18 of any sexuality or ethnicity, who have a large penis.

The show will discuss "the hidden problems" of living with a seriously sizeable manhood.

And it will cover everything from the impact it has on people's sex lives to what help is on offer for people affected by it.

The show comes after a survey revealed that almost half of men wished their manhood was a bit bigger.

"So, a bigger penis, a better life, right?" said the casting notice, before warning: "Well, not always."


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"A brand new documentary is to discuss the hidden problems of living with a very large penis, how it effects all aspects of life including your sex life, and what help is out there for those in need.

"We'd like to speak to people about their positive and negative experiences of having a large penis, or being with someone who has one."

The show will be created by production company Spun Gold, who make The Real Full Monty shows for ITV, as well documentaries such as My First Threesome.

Spun Gold say they’re looking to speak to people with both positive and negative experiences of having a large penis.

The show will be the latest in a long line of sex-related shows on UK TV, joining the likes of Naked Attraction and Sex Box.

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In 2020, Channel 4 documentary Me and My Penis became the first programme to show an erect penis on UK terrestrial television.

Just last year, Jonah Falcon – who boasts the world’s largest todger -appeared on This Morning to discuss the highs and lows of having an appendage that size.

The 51-year-old has enjoyed fame since 1999 when he was first named the man with the biggest penis in the world.

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