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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Why Size Doesn't Matter In A Relationship

Why Size Doesn't Matter In A Relationship
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Probably has been a debate since man was introduced to this planet...

More and more men continue to believe that the size of their sexual organ matters in a relationship more than other factors. The truth is that size matters only to a certain extent, and I'll explain why in an instant.

The average size of an erect penis ranges from 4.7 to 6.3 inches in length. 

If you find yourself within this range, then the size of your penis should not affect your relationship in any way.

Most guys think that a bigger penis is more attractive than an average one. And so they are willing to go through lengthy procedures, and dangerous surgeries to augment the size of their sexual organ.

The most commonly used measurements regarding the size of the vagina today, come from Masters and Johnson’s work during the 1960s.

They looked at 100 women who had never been pregnant and found that vagina lengths, unstimulated, range from 2.75 inches to about 3.25 inches. When a woman is aroused, it increased to around 4.25 inches to 4.75 inches.

Though a woman might be more aroused by just looking at a big penis, she actually gets hurt from having intercourse with a man having a huge penis.

The pain occurs when the tip of your penis comes in contact with her cervical walls. 

And so most women would want just a one night stand with a bigger penis and a longterm relationship with an average penis.

Secondly, the libido(what stimulates sexual pleasure) organ in the vagina is the clitoris.

The clitoris is right under the point where the inner labia meets and forms a little hood ( equally referred to as the clitoral hood, in fact). 

It’s on top of (or in front of, depending on your angle of view) the vagina and the urethra (the hole you pee out of). What you’re seeing under that clitoral hood is actually just the tip of the clitoris 

You absolutely do not need a long penis to stimulate the clitoris. You can see the tip (which is the most sensible region) above, the opening of the vagina.

Most women do experience multiple orgasms from having sexual intercourse with a man having an average size penis, unlike a man having a bigger penis.

Sometimes, the circumference of the penis might be more important than length.

Moreover, as women age, they turn to further lose the elasticity of their vagina and produce less lubrification.

Though artificial vaginal lubrificants exist, they are not as effective as the ones produced naturally.

And so a woman's vagina would shrink with age. Most elderly women or MILFs prefer guys with smaller or average penis sizes because the bigger it is, the more pain they feel, rather than pleasure.  

Thirdly and finally, there are more effective ways to stimulating a woman to orgasm, than just swinging your penis within her like an axe.

You could find all types of clitoral and nipple stimulators in the market like vibrators, to knowing how to use your magic fingers to stimulate her clitoris.

And so my advice to every man out there is to worry less about the size of your penis (especially if it is within the average range), and polish other aspects of your life like your personality, social interaction, self-esteem, and self-actualization.

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