Penis Size and Sex

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Due to the number of questions that come in regarding penis size and sex…

I’m certain that many men are obsessed with the numbers for the numbers’ own sake.

They would like a bigger penis because, well, just because it’s bigger.

For the rest of us, the only reason to want a big penis is to get more sex and give better when we get it.

But what does penis size really have to do with it? Does size really not matter? Is there such a thing as too much or to too little?

Let’s take a look…

Penis Size and Sex: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

A couple of years ago, some researchers In Los Angeles had women handle plastic model penises of different sizes.

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They asked which they’d like for a long-term partner, and the women identified penises in the large end of the average range, or just a little larger.

That’s the good news: you definitely don’t need an enormous unit to make your partner happy in bed.

In fact, women said the super-large models were too big and used words like scary and painful in their feedback.

Many thought they would hurt during sex, which is the opposite of what (most) women like.

The bad news is, because of how math works, half the men out there have a penis smaller than what women prefer.

Research also shows that nearly half of all men are unhappy with the size of their penis, so this all adds up perfectly.

Looking at it from the women’s’ or the mens’ standpoint leaves room for improvement for about half of us.

Fortunately, there is hope…

A study in Seattle had women look at life-size projected images of men, and rated attraction by how long the women looked at them.

Like the other study, they found women preferred men with slightly above average penises.

But other things had just as much of an impact, such as muscularity, waist size, jaw shape, and several other factors.

Bottom line: your penis size matters when it comes to sex. But it’s not the Only thing that matters.

Penis Size and Sex: How to Make it Work

So…you’ve measured yourself and you don’t measure up.

Maybe you’re not ready to do penis enlargement exercises. Maybe you’ll do them, but want a better sex life while you’re waiting for gains.

The good news is, there’s plenty you can do with a smaller penis in the bedroom.

Making the sex good for her and for you requires you to pay attention to the physical and the mental parts of this game.

On the mental side, do your best not to worry about it.

If you’re confident and powerful with her, she won’t notice that you’re packing a little light.

If you’re shy about your penis, or sensitive about the subject, you can kill the mood before she gets a chance to find out whether it works or not.

On the physical side, your issue is friction…

A smaller penis means less contact with the vaginal walls, so less pressure and rubbing for both of you.

Here’s a quick playlist of things you can do to improve your game in this department:

Avoid positions that open up the vagina by spreading the legs super-wide. Instead go for doggy style, or from the side with the legs closed.

Or go for cowgirl/reverse cowgirl, which lets her grind her clit against you and stimulates hers regardless of your size.

Avoid too much foreplay…

The more you turn her on, the wetter she gets and the more the vagina expands. Both of these reduce friction.

Bring a hand towel to bed.

If she gets too wet, you can use it to dry off some and get the friction back going again.

Penis Size – It’s All in Your Head, Man

We should also talk about something called small penis syndrome.

This is where a lot of the things we talked about here combine to make a man feel super self-conscious and unconfident about his penis size, regardless of how he actually measures up in bed.

According to research by Wylie and Eardley in 2007, far more men think their penis is too small than actually have a small penis.

In their landmark research on the subject, this research team suggested men think their penises are too small because they saw their dads’ penises early in life.

His adult wang was obviously larger than their six-year-old tadger, and thus the cycle began.

Add middle-school locker rooms, a couple of on-target shots from exes, and comparing themselves to porn…and you have a recipe for believing your penis is too small even if its average, or above average in size.

Whether or not you end up doing penis enlargement exercises, it’s worth comparing the length of your penis to average penis lengths.

If you’re like (literally) half the men on the planet, you’re doing is doing just fine.

Penis Size and Sex Conclusion

What does all this information tell us?

That it boils down less to the size of your penis, and more to your relationship with that size.

If you’re average (or a little below average), but confident in yourself and willing to work a little harder in the sack…you’ll be fine.

But if you feel bad about the size of your penis (whether or not it’s actually too small), then that feeling bad can mess with your mental mojo.

As Austin Powers taught us, losing your mojo can be lethal in the bedroom.

One of the ways to get your mojo back is to add an inch or two to what you’re packing.

Which is why you’re on this site to begin with.