LET'S START THIS CONVERSATION BY ASKING
HOW SATISFIED ARE YOU WITH YOUR PENIS SIZE?
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Luckily some guys are happy with the size of their penis.
Unfortunately, others are not so happy, spending countless hours worrying about the size of their penis.
It can affect them so deeply that it can prevent them from going out and meeting people.
Their anxiety about their penis can stop them for wanting to have sex with their own partner.
It’s easy to see how this and other sexual issues can deeply affect the quality of their relationships and how this could diminish their sexual satisfaction.
People have been researching and wondering penis size affects your personal sexual satisfaction and that of your partner.
A comprehensive worldwide study of over 40 penis size research projects (YES 40!), undertaken since 1942, has produced a statistical penis size guideline.
With over 11,000 participants, the survey puts the average erect size adult penis between 5.5 inches and 6.2 inches in length and 4.7 inches and 5.1 inches in girth.
HOW BIG DO YOU THINK YOUR PENIS IS?
The average erect penis is about an inch shorter than what most men think it is.
The problem with this disconnect, between perception of your penis size and reality of your actual size may be causing you unnecessary stress and dissatisfaction with their genitalia.
- Try looking at yourself from the side in a mirror rather than from on top
HOW BIG DOES YOUR PENIS NEED TO BE TO SATISFY A WOMAN?
In a survey of over 50,000 heterosexual men and women, 85% of women reported that they were satisfied with their partner’s penis size while only 55% of men were satisfied with their members, suggesting that if penis size is an issue, the issue resides primarily within the thoughts, experiences, expectations and worries of the men themselves.
WHAT DOES YOUR PARTNER SAY?
Does your partner tell you that they are satisfied with the size of your penis?
DO YOU BELIEVE THEM?
WHAT IF THEY ARE TELLING THE TRUTH?
Believing your partner is satisfied with the size of your penis may be difficult for you to accept but what if it’s true?.
If your partner can’t convince you that they are satisfied with the size of your penis then how you feel about yourself is probably causing more harm than you realise.
How is this affecting your sexual relationship?
- Have you stopped initiating?
- Do you avoid sex?
- Do you make sure that your partner never sees you when you are flaccid?
- Do they tell you that the size of you penis isn’t the problem
WHAT DOES YOUR PARTNER WANT
DOES YOUR PARTNER WANT
- More connection before sex
- More intimacy
- More touch before sex
- More foreplay
Have you heard them?
Have you tried to do the things that they have suggested?
Did you do it a few times and then stop or have you continued?
DO YOU BELIEVE that MORE TOUCH, INTIMACY AND FOREPLAY can improve your sex life?
Do they tell you that they feel unheard.
Like you don’t care about their sexual needs and desires.
That it feels like sex is all about you and that you don’t care about them?
Do they tell you to just hurry up. As if to say that they just want to get it over and done with.
Yeah that’s not a good sign.
Engaging in the about might not improve things for you, but they can completely transform your partners pleasure and sexual experience.
Isn’t that why you want your penis to be larger?
When your partner gives you the ingredients for better sex, don’t ignore them.
You need to work on two things
- Your anxiety about the size of your penis and how that impacts you
- Work on the things that you change
WHY SOME PEOPLE PREFER A SMALLER PENIS
Your partner might prefer a smaller penis
- They experience pain during penetration and it hurts to have sex with someone with a large penis.
- When engaging in vaginal sex or anal sex
- A penis might be to wide (Girth)
- A penis might be too long causing deep internal pain
- The angle of penetration can often be controlled when you penis is smaller (I’m describing this as a good thing).
- When you angle your hips, your penis is able to stimulate the g-spot side of the vagina (towards her belly button) the sensation she experiences is amplified
- A larger penis is often unable to angle penetration / stimulate pressure in the same way
- The right angle can make sex feel so much better
- You will feel more sensation because of the pressure and friction
YOU ARE MORE THAN JUST A PENIS ARE YOU NOT?
You engage sexually with your mind, body and spirit.
Your fingers can touch and explore your partner in such a way that has them squirming and desiring more.
You have a mouth, tongue, fingers, hands and entire body you can use to explore, pleasure and penetrate your partner with.
When you focus just on yourself, you disconnect from your partner.
Your partner can feel the disconnect. It’s as if you are not really there with them.
That’s what kills sexual connection.