Do Females Really Care About Penis Size

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What is the average size of penis? Can you enlarge your penis? Can penis size affect sexual performance? What women think about penis size? Read below to get answers to these questions.

 

Penis Size Changes With Age And Weight

 

When men grow older they tend to gain weight and fat will accumulate on the lower abdomen which causes the penis to look smaller.

 

In addition to this apparent shrinkage (which is reversible) the penis tends to undergo an actual (and irreversible) reduction in size. The reduction — in both length and thickness — typically isn’t dramatic but may be noticeable. If a man’s erect penis is 6 inches long when he is in his 30s, it might be 5 or 5-and-a-half inches when he reaches his 60s or 70s.

 

What causes the penis to shrink? There are two factors involved here. One is the slow deposition of fatty substances (plaques) inside tiny arteries in the penis, which impairs blood flow to the organ. The other factor is the gradual buildup of relatively inelastic collagen (scar tissue) within the stretchy fibrous sheath that surrounds the erection chambers. Erections occur when these chambers fill with blood. Blockages within the penile arteries — and increasingly inelastic chambers — mean smaller erections.

 

As penis size changes, so do the testicles. Starting around age 40, the testicles definitely begin to shrink. The testicles of a 30-year-old man might measure 3 centimeters in diameter; those of a 60-year-old, perhaps only 2 centimeters.

 

What Is The Average Size Of The Penis?

 

For adults, the average penis size is about 14-16cm (5.5-6.3 inches) when erect. The average girth for an erect penis is 12-13cm (4.7-5.1 inches). A penis would only be considered unusually small if it is less than 3 inches (7.6cm) long when erect.

 

In one study of 80 men, researchers found that increases from flaccid to erect lengths ranged widely, from less than a quarter-inch to 3.5 inches longer. Therefore there is no consistent relationship between the size of the flaccid penis and its full erect length. Penises that are smaller when they are limp tend to grow more when they are erect, so your penis’ size when limp does not necessarily predict its size when erect.

 

Many men worry that their penis is too small. However, when you look at your penis from above, it seems smaller than it is because you’re looking down on it. If you are overweight, your penis may look smaller as some of its base will be hidden by fat around your stomach.  The size of your penis can also be affected by other things. For example, if you’re feeling cold or anxious, it can make your penis temporarily smaller.

 

People tend to think that taller men have longer penises, but this is not true. Some short men are known to have more than an average penis size and in the same way, some tall and well-built men have a smaller than average penis. You should also know that penis size has nothing to do with racial background.

 

Penis Size And Sexual Performance And Satisfaction

 

Some people believe that men with larger penises are more capable of satisfying their partners sexually. However, this is not true. Many factors such as understanding and responding to your partner’s needs and wishes are more important for a fulfilling sex life than the size of any body part.

 

Though men care very much about penis size, most women have little interest about its size. According to a sexuality research, a much higher percentage of women (85%) were satisfied with their partner’s penis size than the percentage of men (55%) who were satisfied with their own penis size.

 

Most research studies suggest that penis size is much lower down the list of priorities for women than such issues as a man’s personality and grooming. An unusually long penis can actually be uncomfortable for some. Girth matters to some women, but not to all.  When it comes to sex, women are much more interested in whether you are romantic, tender and sensitive to their needs and desires than your penis size.

 

The chief reason why the penis size is of little importance is that the vagina is a flexible organ which will expand or contract according to the size of the penis. This means that any man’s penis will fill any woman’s vagina completely, except in very rare cases where the erect penile length is less than four inches. This also means that a somewhat larger penis can be accommodated in a woman’s vagina, because it will expand accordingly.

 

Can Penis Size Be Increased?

 

Surgery can be done to increase the length of the penis involves cutting the suspensory ligament. This ligament joins the penis to the pelvic area and supports the penis in an upright position when it’s erect.

 

When the ligament is cut, the penis hangs lower, which can make it look longer. However, cutting the ligament may also cause the penis to point downwards when erect. A study in 2006 found that cutting the suspensory ligament led to an average increase of 1.3cm in penis length. However, only 35% of men who had the operation were happy with the results.

 

Surgery is also possible for increasing the girth of the penis by injecting fat taken from elsewhere in the body into the penis. However, there is a risk that the penis may look uneven or lumpy, and there may be scarring. Also, the injected fat can disappear over time.

 

The non-surgical ways to increase penis size are vacuum pumps, penis extenders or stretching devices and pills, supplements and creams. But (with the exception of penis extenders) they can only increase the size temporarily.

 

If you are overweight, losing weight will make your penis look larger. This is because the fat around your stomach may hide some of the base of your penis.

 

What Women Want

 

Though size may matter to some women, but the good news is you can outsmart your size even if you come up short—leaving you both satisfied. What can be done? Be passionate; spend enough time on real foreplay, and variety.

 

What keeps women coming back for more is not your penis size – it’s your passion and your effort in pleasuring her. Women want to feel appreciated, and sometimes nonsexual touching is more of a turn-on than going straight for her butt or breasts. Be affectionate to her by putting a little more effort in your foreplay. You take time to caress and kiss her all over. It is this type of little affection that wakes up her senses.

 

During lovemaking you can enhance your erection by either entering her from behind with pillow support under her belly or by letting her get on top of you. The doggie position can intensify her pleasure by making you feel larger inside her. The woman-on-top position can give her a lot of freedom in choosing the amount of friction against her clitoris and the angle of penetration that can hit her g-spot.

 

Go to Hot Sex and Dirty Harry’s Secrets if you want to know how you can please her more than she ever expects.

 

 

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