Do You Have What it Takes to Satisfy Your Partner?

Do You Have What it Takes to Satisfy Your Partner?


What is the ideal penis size? That is a difficult question to answer. It all depends on who your partner is. Most men assume seven inches to be ideal in terms of penile dimensions. Perhaps the viewing of pornography has given them this impression. But these films are completely staged and those actors are selected for their mammoth size. We have a cultural expectation that bigger is better. So the directors of those films select men who are enormous, which solidifies our belief that a larger penis is actually of higher value. This is a life-reflects-art-reflects-life scenario. But according to a study published in Psychology of Men & Masculinity, in real life women prefer a penis within the average range. A six inch penis was considered ideal by female participants in that study. According to their findings, women prefer average over large. Los Angeles sex therapist Brandy Engler, Psy.D said that it is men who prefer a larger penis, not women. According to her, it is more about status than sex. Penis size is how men size each other up.


For women, an enormous penis is often painful. Penetration at certain depths can cause the tip to slam into the cervix, which can be quite painful. But for men, preoccupation with size often makes them oblivious to these concerns. Penile inadequacy is a common psychological condition among men in our society. But it does not have to be. The vast majority are average in size. There is such a thing as a small penis, but it is very rare. Rarer still is the micropenis. If one believes that he does not have sufficient length or girth, avoid supplements or devices that make big promises. Chances are they will fail to deliver. These are not regulated by any controlling agency, and have been found to be at best ineffective and at worst dangerous. Men feeling inadequate should see a doctor or urologist, and get checked out. Discuss the matter at length with a medical professional. But sex experts agree that the vast majority of men have the equipment it takes to please their partner. What is really important is approach and technique.

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