Women and Penis Size
While men frequently worry about their undersized penis and little attention is actually given to what women consider to be an adequately sized penis. And when women’s points of view are reported, men seem to believe that they merely a conspiracy by women to disguise the fact that what they really want is a giant-sized penis!
At its most basic, penis length isn’t that important. What women find more satisfying is a thicker penis. This is because most of the nerve endings in the vagina are around the entrance to the vagina and just a couple of inches inside. Once past that point, the nerve endings are fewer and sensations are not as pronounced. This, coupled with the fact that the clitoris is usually stimulated by contact with the man’s pubic bone, means that any extra inches a man might gain for his tool are going to be wasted when it comes to delivering orgasms for his partner.
Here’s what women typically say about penis size (read more women’s opinions about penis size):
“I had a guy who had a big willy and there were angles we couldn’t do as it hurt – I couldn’t go on top and doggy style was more “ow” factor than “wow” factor. As for deep-throating… well it was because of him that I got the idea I couldn’t do it! It wasn’t much fun and it was so much better when the next guy came along and he was Mr Six Inch.”"My SO’s dick is probably 6 or 7 inches and I love it. It’s the best one yet. I lost my virginity to a guy who had a huge, thick dick but even though he had the biggest dick, it definitely wasn’t the best. I swear his dick did not get hard enough! I was very soft-like. So it’s not just size that matters, but also whether you can get it hard enough.”
“I think it’s a nice thought for women to fantasize about a big cock but in reality it just doesn’t work for them. I mean if a guy has a stubby pencil dick then he may have some problems but for the most part an average sized dick used well will have most women cumming just fine and even asking for seconds.”
Small Penis Syndrome
But despite being told umpteen times that their penis size is OK, men still fret about it. In fact, one scientific study found that “small penis syndrome” is widespread amongst men with average-sized penises. “It is very common for men to worry about the size of their penis and it is important that these concerns aren’t dismissed as this can heighten concerns and anxieties,” said the researchers who conducted arecent study into the syndrome. Interestingly, the researchers also noted that small penis syndrome was much more common in men with average-sized penises than those men suffering from micropenis!
Unfortunately, the psychological issues that small penis syndrome can engender can also affect a man’s general health. This study found that penis size was linked to other health factors and that a man who thought he had an under-sized penis was proned to worse health outcomes in a whole range of areas. It’s hard to believe that worries and anxieties can cause physiological problems but perhaps this just underscores the power that the mind can exert over the body.
Overcoming The Small Penis Mindset
For men to start feeling better about the size of their penis, statistics are a good place to start. The graph in this article shows the differences in flaccid penis size and the size achieved when erect. This is instructive as it shows that while there might be a wide range of sizes when it comes to the flaccid state, things tend to even out when erection size is taken into account. For an even more relevant statistical comparison, check the results of this penis size survey which show that the average size is indeed just under the six inch mark.