The “small penis syndrome” seem to have been well sold and many men; even those with a sizable dong are using all sorts of stuff to gain a little more length or/and girth. Men tend to misjudge the size of their penis, due to viewing it from above. Research shows that many men believe that their penis is smaller than normal when they actually have a normal sized penis.
Many researchers on sexuality say that penis size has no physical effect on female sexual satisfaction.
The most important thing in sexual satisfaction for women is orgasm. “Usually when women complain about a small penis, it’s also that they’re not having orgasms.” Large penises don’t equal an instant orgasm. In fact, penis sizes that skew large can deter women’s orgasms, and it wouldn’t be top in their priorities. Most of the time they complain it hurts.
Women in various studies reported that penis WIDTH was more important for their sexual satisfaction than penis LENGTH. The question is whether these results are statistically significant?
Well, the truth is that while some partners may enjoy larger-sized men, the penis size in and of itself is generally not the key to sexual satisfaction. Here are some facts with female sexual satisfaction, which could be achieved by even a small penis:
For many women, the clitoris plays a primary role in orgasm ability, as does the area around and just inside the vaginal opening, which is full of nerve endings. As a result, grinding during intercourse and other types of external stimulation (such as hand or oral stimulation of a partner’s genitals) are generally equally, if not more, satisfying than deep penetration. Women who enjoy G-spot stimulation also benefit from more shallow stimulation.
Ultimately, enjoyable sex is a function of intimacy, the connection between two partners and the many other intangibles that make sex meaningful. We all need to work with what we have and men of all shapes and sizes can do plenty to learn to satisfy and pleasure their partner.