It’s understandable that some guys may feel insecure after learning that Malaysian men have among of the smallest penises in the world. In fact, a study was conducted to determine how obsessed guys are with comparing their penis sizes. In the study, they questioned eight male athletes in London, four heterosexual and four homosexual guys, to examine if penis size affects male locker room behaviour. And guess what? When they entered the locker room, ALL of the participants checked each other out below the waistline! While not all guys do this, some can certainly relate to it to some extent. Today, we’ll finally address the question of whether size matters. Is bigger always better? Let’s discuss.
Does Size Matter?
While all penises, big or small, have the same function, what people really want to know is whether the size of the penis affects the overall satisfaction of their sex life. A 2012 study discovered that women who have frequent vaginal orgasms have an easier time reaching climax with men who have a longer penis. They also discovered that women who like penile-vaginal intercourse think it is simpler for them to climax with a bigger guy. So technically, penis size does matter.
However, one limitation of this study was that it only included women who usually had vaginal Os rather than clitoral Os. But the fact of the matter is, there are more ways than one for people to achieve orgasm, and there’s more than one erogenous zone for both men and women. Let’s face it: having an orgasm during sex is harder for women than it is for men. It’s not the size of the penis that matters, it’s more about the quality of sex. Figuring out what feels good for your partner and choosing positions or moves that will give them the most pleasure will serve you better than a big dick.
While it’s not to say that penis size has zero impact on how pleasurable sex is, it’s just one small factor. For many people, they would prefer having sex with a person who they’re emotionally connected with rather than a person with a big penis who they have nothing in common with.
Big Doesn’t Mean Better
Contrary to what the locker room conversations or mainstream media tell you, big dicks aren’t everything. In fact, they have been associated with a higher risk of injury and infection. And just like penises, vaginas come in a variety of sizes too, and sometimes, the extra length can make some positions especially painful. It increases the chances of vaginal tearing, which is not fun for the female counterpart. While there are ways to avoid these things, this just shows that big dicks aren’t all that.
Small Isn’t Always Bad
Just like any penis size, any shortcomings can be rectified with a change in position. No pun intended. Smaller penises are easier to handle, so she can focus more on pleasure rather than figuring out how on EARTH you’re gonna fit that in there. Just like the saying goes, it’s all about how you use it. Turn up the foreplay, and focus on all the other things you’re good at. Sex is more of a mind game for women anyways, so try to find things that stimulate them both physically AND emotionally. In the end, size has nothing to do with stamina. You can be hung like a stallion but still lack in stamina, and we all know that’s what really matters.
The Bottom Line
Being good in sex, or how much pleasure your partner gets – isn’t about penis size, it’s more about how you handle it. While having a bigger peen can play a factor in helping your partner achieve a better orgasm, there are many, many ways to go around that. You’d be better off learning about what feels good to you and your partner than comparing penis sizes. So what are you waiting for? Time to get to work!
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