Does Penis Size Really Matter?
This has probably been one of the biggest sexual debates for thousands of years. Men in some countries are actually ranked in their societies by the size of their penis, with those having the largest being the dominant male. All kidding aside, do women really want there man to have a bigger penis? We scoured the internet to see if we could come to some consensus of whether or not this matters to women, and we think the results will not surprise you.
The Difference Between What Men and Women Think is Small
Have you looked at yourself in the mirror and thought, “Wow, my penis is really small?” Don’t be ashamed. Studies have shown that the average erect penis size is between 5 and 6 inches (source: Kinsey Study). Most men find this unacceptable, and wish to have another 1 or 2 inches in length, and perhaps 1/2 inch in girth added.
And the truth is, most women prefer men with that extra two inches, especially if they know how to use it. What seems to bother women most are men that cannot stay erect, or prematurely ejaculate.
This usually has nothing to do with the size of the penis, but it should be noted that men with larger penises tend to last several minutes longer than men with smaller ones.
Women do not neccesarily need an oversized member as well. Most women think that anything over 7 or 8 inches is simply too big, but it also depends on the women too. Some “larger” women will have a problem feeling a smaller guy, while a smaller girl may find it often painful if the guy is too big.
Don’t Like Your Size? Blame genetics!
It is a pretty obvious fact that penis size is largely determined by genetics. If your father, grandfather, and great-grandfather had small penises, then chances are you will too.
The same goes with alot of other traits that are inherited from our ancestors, but the problem is we can’t fight genetics. So, what is a man to do?