Does size matter? Here are the conclusions we’ve come to on this topic including a chart that answers the age old question about the size of penis women prefer on their guys. (w/pics)
Men assume, mistakenly, that the larger their penis is they automatically become better lovers.
Many who have been spending their hard earned money on dubious penis enlargement methods, have been disappointed, and many others are be relieved to know that this is not so!
Most young men imagine the average size of their penis to be the “central issue” for good sex. Probably because it has been a hotly debated issue amongst them since their adolescence, they imagine that girls and women too would be thinking and talking about “it”.
There is no standard size for a penis though the “average” – the statistical average –is between 4.5 to 5.5 inches. Fortunately nature has given equal “privileges” – erectile and staying capacity – for all sizes.
Does Size Matter?
Another question that men usually ask is “Wouldn’t a larger penis size satisfy a woman better?” Boys and men – who themselves may be enamoured with the size of some female body parts – imagine that the thick long penis is a pre-requisite for a happy successful, joyous, sexually fulfilling life. But this isn’t so.
The anatomical and physiological facts related to a woman’s reproductive canal and sexual functioning can assist us in answering this question. Women – though are responsive all over – primarily perceive sexually pleasurable sensations from the clitoris – the most sexually sensitive organ – and the vaginal canal. The vagina is a potential space.
However – and here comes the catch – only the FIRST TWO INCHES or so of the vaginal canal are responsive and sensitive! And that means that the adequate length of the penis “required” to have satisfying sex is somewhere near TWO AND A HALF inches! And most boys and men have more than that.
Just for record it is the MAN who has the biggest penis size among all -out of 193 species – primates. Even Gorillas have smaller ones!
Effect on the Penis and the Fat Around It
Weight loss alone will not change your penis size. Losing weight doesn’t make it smaller or bigger. What losing weight will do is decrease the amount of fat on your body. As you lose more and more pounds, your body slims down and it starts to look different. This is true for your chest, your back, your arms, all of your body, including the pubic area.
Men have a “fat pouch” in their pelvic area around their penis. How that fat pouch looks depends on the person, but the rule of thumb is that the fatter you are, the larger the amount of fat around your penis.
So when you lose weight, you are decreasing the size of the fat around your penis. As that gets smaller, your penis looks bigger. It’s all relative. When you’re lean and mean, you have no fat around your penis so it will look its biggest.
If you do have fat around the penis, then it only appears smaller. It’s not physically smaller, it is only visibly and functionally smaller.
Why Penis Size is Not An Issue For Women
Most men need to know that sex is much more than a mechanical or a physical act. In fact mechanics have least to do with it! We all need to understand that the sexual triggers and activities that bring sexual pleasure are different for men and women. Women derive greater pleasure from relationship factors; unlike most men who seem to be sexual performance centered.
For the vast majority of women,
size is nothing more than a sitcom punchline