Penis Length and Girth – What Matters?

At some point in their lives every man has measured the size of his penis. Throughout history society has tried to define the optimum penis size (normally longer). Art, particularly erotic art, is full of examples of exaggerated phalluses as artists try to define manhood in their work, with size defining a man’s sexual power and vigor. The art and entertainment industry, particularly the adult industry, have contributed to to the perception that you need to be well endowed to be good in bed. Even nowadays, bigger is always seen to be better.

Men are particularly obsessed with their penis size – probably more so than women with their breast size. This explains, in large part, why the penis enlargement is booming, much like the breast enhancement market in the 80s and 90s. You can get a whole host of solutions from creams, pills and traction devices all the way up to surgery.

Studies show that the average penis is not about a foot that you would assume looking at art or videos. The average is actually between 5.5 to 6.4 inches in erect length, and 4.7 to 5.2 inches in girth. And penis size is certainly not related related to height, hand, feet, or nose size.

A lot of women say that it’s not the size, but what you do with it. In fact, the girth of the penis is more to do with how much a woman is satisfied rather than the length. It is to do with stimulating the entrance of the vagina, where there are more nerves, and the G-spot which is supposed to be located about two inches inside the upper wall of the vagina.

Women will always have a personal preference of course – some prefer long, some small; some thick, some thinner. Having said that, most women prefer thicker in terms of their own sexual satisfaction. A thicker penis stimulates those nerves around the entrance to the vagina and anus, meaning she is stimulated more during intercourse. It creates friction and sensation that most women crave during sex. Although it’s not just the size of the penis that matters, it’s also the combination of skill, passion and romance that heightens the sensation.

To say that men who are small are not good at sex is a ridiculous generalization and just short of discriminating. In general, women are more concerned about what the man has to offer overall. Having said that, if a man has a normal penis, then there is less to worry about and more effort can be put into delivering that total sexual experience.

Source by Terry Connell

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