If you're, ahem, particularly well-endowed, this could be just the opportunity for you.
A casting call has been released for an upcoming documentary that plans to highlight the plight of men with inordinate penises, documenting the untouched issues the affliction can present in day-to-day life. Let's just say when it comes to sex, these guys actually got the short end of the stick.
The advertisement for the upcoming documentary, titled Too Large For Love, was recently shared to the casting call platform Lost in TV. In the ad, the producers said they are hoping to speak to people with "large penises", as well as those who are currently in a relationship with someone who is simply too collosal for comfortable coitus.
"A recent survey found nearly half of the male population wish they had a bigger penis. So, a bigger penis, a better life, right? Well, not always," the casting call reads.
"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. All ethnicities and sexualities [are] welcome. Must be aged 18-plus."
If this show sounds like a bitta you, an email is provided for people to get in touch.
As per the email address, the documentary is being produced by Spun Gold, a "multi award-winning independent TV production company" based in London.
In April, a UK-based men's wellness company and registered pharmacy conducted important research to determine the nations with the world's largest - and smallest - penises. Unfortunately, the research revealed that Kiwi blokes are, well, decidedly average downstairs, placing 50th out of 86 countries. Rounding out the top five were Ecuador, Cameroon, Bolivia, Sudan and Haiti respectively.
"Whether people are concerned about the size or the shape, or any other aspect for that matter, most of us have wondered at some point or another whether ours is big enough," said pharmacist Navin Khosla, who reviewed the study.
"Penis size can have a massive impact on confidence and self-image."