Is bigger really always better?
Men of all sorts and uh-uhm… sizes (pun intended) have been asking this question for decades. Does penis size make an impact on sexual performance?
Long story short, the answer is no. Surprise, ladies! There are more key components to satisfying sex than that extra half-inch. Let's investigate.
AskMen.com states, “A comprehensive worldwide study of more than 40 independent penis size research projects, undertaken since 1942, has come up with a general penis size guideline. With over 11,000 participants, the survey puts the average erect size of the adult penis between 5.5 inches and 6.2 inches in length and 4.7 inches and 5.1 inches in girth.”
With that being said, that does not mean that a penis smaller or larger than these standards cannot be satisfying to sexual partners. Most women would be extremely surprised to hear that length plays essentially no role in satisfaction beyond a certain degree. On average, the vagina is only 3 inches long (give or take an inch, depending on arousal). In turn, that means that any penis beyond 3 inches in length is only nice for aesthetics, not for actual pleasure.
Point blank. The research shows that size doesn’t matter.
While some women might claim that the foot long is a must-have, they are mistaken. Other aspects such as communication, safety, confidence and comfort are also incredibly important to a happy sex life.
My question to the boys out there who constantly worry about penis size is this - do you really want a girl who only wants to be with you for your penis, anyways? Take into consideration everything that plays into a healthy relationship. If this is that big of a deal to her, drop her like she’s hot. And tell her I told you to do so.
From my experience, knowledge is power.
The penis isn’t the only thing that you should be using during sex; use your brain. Clitoral stimulation is responsible for the majority of female orgasms (not size, boys).
Secondly, the Gräfenberg, or “G-spot,” is commonly denoted as a female erogenous and is located 2 inches in the anterior (front) vaginal wall.
Most women require time and various techniques besides vaginal stimulation in order to achieve orgasm. Like we’ve stated before, size is not a requirement for great sex.
No matter what body part we discuss, proportionality is key. Remember that you cannot compare the height of men. Likewise, you should not compare their anatomy, either.
Consequently, never assume that the little guy isn’t hung, or that the big dude is going to blow your mind. Remember that it is not size, but an array of other qualities, that matter. Do not get hung-up (once again, pun intended), on the unimportant things.
Case cracked, babes. Size doesn’t matter.