Does Penis Size Really Matter? 

Penis size is irrelevant, at least in terms of practicality and aesthetics.

Its size does not influence its capacity to provide or derive satisfaction from its other functions. It does not suggest that some individuals don't prefer a bigger or smaller one, but that's subjective. To each their own.

Larger isn't Always Better

Contrary to what you may have heard in the locker room or the media, a larger penis isn't everything. An increased risk of damage and infection has been linked to larger-than-average penises.

As a corollary, being too long might exacerbate the discomfort in some poses. If you're not cautious, gaining too much weight might lead to ripping, particularly during anal intercourse. The gag reflex and choking are additional issues to deal with while oral.

Of course, there are workarounds, but it simply shows that a high D isn't everything.

And the Average is, well, Smaller Than you Probably Think

Around 85 percent of individuals with penises think that everyone else is carrying something much bigger than the average penis size, even though the average penis size is relatively small.

Here's a reality check based on the most current data on penis size −

  • Penis length typically ranges from 3.6 inches (9.1 cm) when drooping to 5.2 inches (13.1 cm) when standing straight.

  • When relaxed, the typical flaccid penis has a circumference of 3.66 inches (9.31 centimeters), whereas when erect, it has a circumference of 4.59 inches (11.66 centimeters).

To be clear − Size has nothing to do with stamina.

You might be as hung as the proverbial horse and yet lack stamina.

A huge penis won't last longer than a smaller one or protect you from getting exhausted or cumming quicker than you'd want.

It also has no Effect on Fertility

If you've been thinking about starting a family, the last thing you should do is worry excessively about your size.

To begin, sperm is not generated in the penis but rather in the testicles of the male reproductive system. In addition, there is evidence that stress might lower the quality of sperm and have an effect on fertility.

Just so you're aware, stress may also harm your general health and your ability to enjoy sexual pleasure.

Size Only Affects your game—positively or Adversely

Penis size may significantly impact your game, but how this occurs is entirely up to you.

You'll be a rock star if you figure out how to make the most of what you have and all the numerous methods to provide joy to others. If you just consider its magnitude, you will fail literally and symbolically.

For instance, some people don't put enough effort into developing their skill set because they believe that a giant penis is required to change someone's life... and it is not.

Some people may let fears over a tiny Thing sap their confidence, leading them to overcompensate in other areas.

Any of these factors may put an emotional strain on the penis-haver and ruin the experience for everyone concerned.

How to get the Most out of What you have Available to you

It's not the size of your penis that counts, like what you do with it, so I won't keep beating this dead horse.

There is nothing quite like leaving your spouse writhing in pleasure to propel your confidence to new heights that will serve you well inside and outside the bedroom.

This is how to make the most of what you have and feel good about what you're working with, regardless of whether you tend to be larger or smaller or fall somewhere in between the two extremes.

If you Have More Assets

Understanding how to operate with a larger-than-average penis isn't really about your penis, at least not right away.

For your partner's sake, it is important that they be really excited before they attempt to manage your monster boner, therefore devote additional attention to foreplay. Plus grease. It's lubricated to the max.

Tease their erogenous zones with your lips, tongue, or fingers, paying special attention to the obvious places like the nips and genitalia, as well as some less obvious places like the inner arms and behind the knees, which may be unexpectedly erogenous.

If you and your partner are ready to move on to penetration, try to assume positions that give your partner some leeway in determining the depth. Being on top with them is always preferable.

To begin, they may ease you into it at a comfortable rate. You can see everything that's going on and get your hands on their other parts with ease, resulting in maximum sexual excitement.

Those of Those who are less Physically Gifted

Focus on positions, such the doggy style, that allow you to penetrate deep if your penis is on the smaller end of the range. Bring it to the next level by having your spouse drop their head and chest and arch their back.

It's recommended that those with a smaller penis try to find positions that result in a more intense squeezing. If your spouse maintains their legs close together in any sex position, it's good to go.

Closing your legs allows you to assume the missionary, facedown, or them-on-top positions.

And don't allow your concerns about your penis keep you from exploring other forms of sexual expression. Oral sex should be available as a starter or perhaps a major pleasure.

For Those who Fall in the Center

Well, you really have a nice middle ground with that D that's neither too large nor too little.

If you're not attempting to work around an abnormally large or small penis, there are no rules when it comes to sex positions. Play around until you find the perfect combination of positions that both you and your companion appreciate.

To spice things up, try having sex in unusual settings or even giving your kinkier side a go, as long as your partner is game.

If you're wondering about BDSM, try some sensation play with sex toys, feathers, and ice cubes.