Sex: Does Penis Size Matter?

A GAME OF INCHES. The question never seems to go away. Does penis size matter? Chess McDoogle reveals five definitive facts which help squash the speculation

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Penis size is the ultimate taboo subject for most men, as the majority of us likely feel that a bigger one would be better than what we’ve aleady got. While such insurecurities affect some men more than others, it is always good to get the facts straight on a topic which is (let’s face it)a pretty important one. By doing this, it quickly becomes clear that there are a number of things to know about one’s penis and that the amount of inches you’re packing isn’t necessarily the be all and end all. Hopefully, by dispelling some penis size myths, this information will empower you during your next performance.

GIRTH, NOT LENGTH
Contrary to popular belief, it is not the length of the penis that is most closely associated with sexual stimulation; rather, it is the girth or thickness of the penis. Women surveyed on the matter have overwhelmingly confirmed this point and so while size does matter, it’s probably not the type of size you’d think.

IT’S HOW YOU USE IT
Sex with a man who has a bigger penis can actually be quite boring for women seeking a truly pleasurable encounter. This is because larger men often rely solely on their size and think it is all they need to please a woman. However, guys who are more modestly equipped have an equal chance of being king of the bedroom as they can often employ more thrusting movements which allows them to hit the right spot over and over. More important than size, it’s all about paying attention to your lover and learning how to use your penis confidently to satisfy their sexual needs. It would seem it’s not the size of the boat-it’s the motion in the ocean.

ALL IN YOUR HEAD
Sex is 80 percent visualization, i.e. most of it is in your head. While a man may be instantly attracted to a woman with large breasts as lust floods his mind, sex may be just as good, if not better, with a less attractive partner. It is the visualization which fools us into believing that the quality of sex is linked to the attractiveness of a partner, not the quality of the connection between the two people which is often much more integral to great sex. This also applies to penis size as many women are programmed to view a larger size as an attractive quality (just as men are programmed to believe bigger breasts are better).

 

“It is not the length of the penis that is most closely associated with sexual stimulation; rather, it is the girth or thickness of the penis”

 

There are many things you can do to make your penis look bigger. You can shave your pubic hair which reveals more of your penis and also creates the impression of a bigger size. You can also lose a good amount of belly fat which will help make your penis look more pronounced than if it were overshadowed by your gut. These tricks will work the visualization angle in your favor and definitely help with appearance. When women get it in their mind that you are of decent size, this will make intimacy more exciting and consequently increase their attraction to you.

CONFIDENCE IS MORE IMPORTANT
Even though many women have said that girth size does matter, many more women have stated that confidence in a man far outweighs everything else, including penis size. This is actually a huge revelation because it proves that no matter your size, you can still be attractive to women by just being your confident self.

PENIS ENLARGEMENT—IT MAY NOT BE THE ANSWER AFTERALL
Having read the above, you may now be rethinking that bottle of penis pills or penis pump contraption as you really can enjoy a great sex life without having an enormous penis. However, if you are adamant about getting bigger you should look into the “jelqing” exercise (reported to help increase girth) alongside natural supplementation to enlarge your penis safely.

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