Does Penis Size Really Matter?
They always say that a good woman won’t care about your size. That if she loved you for you, it wouldn’t matter how big (or small) your penis is. Whoever said this has obviously never been small.
Still, it hurts your self-esteem. It makes you less confident – and for good reason! But you no longer have to worry about your penis size. You have options to increase its size. The average penis size is five to seven inches long.
But for many men, it’s just not enough – or maybe they’re shorter than average, which can cause greater humiliation. There’s a reason male enhancement products are so popular.
The size of your penis should not be a big enough issue that you risk the health of your sexual function. Whatever male enhancement products or techniques you use, you have to be careful that it won’t damage the nerves or cause other permanent damage to your sexual organs.
Some poorly made male enhancement products will cause side effects that irritate the penis, resulting in swelling that the buyer believes is penile growth. Know the difference and only use products that will not cause irreparable harm.
Most women don’t actually care about the size of the penis. For them, it’s more about how the man uses whatever he has. But penis size can detract from a sexual experience if the man is so small that he can’t remain inside the vagina for any length of time.
When it comes to knowing your size, measure it many different times and in different states of erection. Measure from the base of the penis to the tip. That’s the length only. Measure the girth in three different places while you’re erect – at the base, below the glans penis, and right in the middle of the penis shaft.
Over time, size has come to matter more. Ancient Greeks generally regarded a small penis with more desirability. Larger penises were seen as gross and comical. Today, the outlook has changed and men desire a larger penis because they feel it relates to their virility as a man.
Many men actually mistake the length of their penis, thinking they’re smaller than they actually are because they’re looking down and gaining an inaccurate view. In a 2005 study, 55% of men said they were not satisfied with the size of their penis. But on the other hand, 85% of their partners were very happy with the size of their penises.
A perfect size means different things to different people. Luckily, there are many male enhancement products on the market today so you won’t have to wait and worry anymore – you can do something about it if you’re not satisfied!
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