THERE is the common belief that men with big penises get the job done. Is this so, though? Well, let’s get done to the bone of the matter.
It’s a controversial topic that’s been highly debated by scientists, therapists and also divorce attorneys. There have been legitimate studies dedicated to getting to the bottom of this issue — for the sake of men’s egos everywhere. Some women are of the belief that it’s not the size that counts but how men use their penises during intercourse. Here is the view of some women telling whether or not size really matters. Here’s what they had to say about their ideal penis proportion.
“It matters. I dated a guy with a penis the size of my pinky, and sometimes I wasn’t even sure if we were having sex.
The whole big hands, big feet thing is a total lie. He doesn’t need a foot-long, 4-inch-round penis, but there’s got to be something substantial.”
I’m not looking for a cruise ship, but at the same time, I need a decent size boat to ride the rough seas.
“I always hear people say it’s not the size of the boat, it’s the motion of the ocean. Well, if that’s the case a lot of men drown out at sea. I’m not looking for a cruise ship, but at the same time I need a decent size boat to ride the rough seas.”
“I can’t handle them if they’re too big. I’m fragile and it definitely is way more painful than pleasurable if a guy is huge. At the same time, you don’t want someone too small that you can barely feel or enjoy. A good average penis tends to do the trick for me.
I’ve been with just over a dozen men whose penises ranged from 5 inches to 14 inches and were of various girth. Size does matter when it comes to having an orgasm through intercourse, and the length is less important than girth. My personal preference would be 9 to 10 inches and thick enough that I can’t quite close my hand around it. This size affords me the ability to have vaginal orgasms in multiple positions and isn’t so large that fellatio is a challenge.”
There’s nothing sadder than having to ask if it’s in when it IS in.
“As long as you can feel it and I mean decently feel it, then it doesn’t matter that much. There’s nothing sadder than having to ask if it’s in when it IS in—it’s just super uncomfortable and embarrassing for both.”
“In my humble opinion, somewhere within the broad range of average size is best. It really is true that it’s not what you’ve got — it’s how you use it. Size is of no importance when compared with technique. If anything, I’ve found that the smaller-endowed guys are often — not always, but often — the better lovers. They attempt, often successfully, to compensate with technique, and as a result, they are stellar lovers.”
A small penis can’t create the same sensation that a larger one can, and it can make certain maneuvers difficult.
“Sorry to anyone who wants to believe otherwise but, yes, size does matter. A small penis can’t create the same sensation that a larger one can, and it can make certain maneuvers difficult—it might fall out during doggy style or when switching positions, for example.”
Girth is important. Length, less so.
“Girth is important. Length, less so. I’ve personally never come across one that was too short or too long, but I have met one that was too skinny, and this was when I was 20, so it’s obviously not an issue of me being ‘old,’ ‘loose,’ or ‘stretched out,’ as some butthurt dudes might assume.”