Her husband was adamant on staying chaste until their honeymoon. When he dropped his pants, she wasn't too happy she agreed.
Some people choose to "save themselves" for marriage and that's a personal choice they're free to make. However, there's a possible reason that abstinence isn't really everyone's cup of tea. In a controversial post uploaded to discussion website Reddit, a just-married woman revealed that she discovered her husband had a micropenis, a fact she only realized when they were about to have sex while on their honeymoon. The post, unfortunately, has since been deleted because her husband found it while browsing online. Now, he's suing for defamation.
In her post titled 'Newlywed husband wanted to wait till marriage for sex and just surprised me with micropenis on the honeymoon,' she wrote: So, we only dated for six months. We've been engaged for another six and just got married on Saturday. Am I the a**hole for reading into this and being upset that I waited until my wedding night to find out that he probably isn't as 'old fashioned' as he says he is? I'm not going to shame him and honestly, I don't even know how I'll broach the topic. I honestly just acted like nothing was out of the ordinary and went to town with him, but... I dunno. I kind of feel lied to. Like a half-truth... Or something was intentionally withheld from me. This was unexpected, to say the least.
There were, of course, multiple red flags in her post (namely, the short amount of time they had been dating and then engaged). Nonetheless, fellow Redditors decided to help the poor bride out by sharing some advice and consoling her. Piddly_Penguin_Army commented: Seriously. Sexual compatibility is very much a thing. It's not necessarily a deal-breaker if you and your partner aren't immediately sexually compatible (for example different Libidos) but you need to know if it's something you can work out or not. Otherwise you're gonna end up with a dead bedroom and that might lead to an unhappy marriage. Pineapplebaconjaps noted: [You're] not an a**hole, at all. He knew what he was doing, you have a right to be upset. Makes ya wonder what else he's hiding, eh? I've only seen one micropeen up close and personal, and it was shocking [to be honest] but I played it off [because] he wasn't my brand new husband.
As one can imagine, the post quickly went viral. According to The Daily Mail, her story was even picked up by several media outlets. All was well until her husband stumbled upon it. Following this, she shared an update: My husband saw my post and says he wants to leave me and sue me. Says he wants an annulment and is considering suing me for defamation of character. He says it's only a matter of time before someone leaks his name. He saw the post through an old friend of his who knew he had a micropenis and saw on his [Facebook] that he had just gotten married. He doesn't know who else the guy has told to link him to it. He is crushed that I posted about him. While she is yet to share whether her husband actually went through with the defamation case, at least she doesn't have to deal with his micropenis any longer.