Does Penis Size Actually Matter?

Written by Michael Wight
Penis Size

It’s controversial whether the size of a man’s penis has any significant impact in life for him or the partner. Credible sexologist will tell you the size doesn’t matter but in reality it matters in most men. Whereas almost every man would like to increase the size of his member, there are no pills, potions, or surgeries that can be conducted in a safe and effective way in reference to latest discoveries. Thy all pose plenty of risks than benefits to the overall wellbeing of a man’s reproductive health.

Impact in the Search For a Bigger Penis

Most US males are preoccupied about the size of their penises. It’s has come to the realization of businessmen/women that a large number of men hang their relationships insecurities around the size of their members. That’s why they have come up with lots of products in stores and ads in reputable publications as well as websites ready to exploit from such insecurities for fast cash. It’s no surprise that you might think of plunking a thousand dollars or more to get your penis bigger through phalloplasty (Penis enlargement surgery). Studies differ with such surgeries in the concept of their efficiency bearing in mind the dangers and risks involved. After all, a big penis is only ideal for a porn star. Not unless your partner shows much concern, sexual satisfaction is achieved in different ways.

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Sexologist’s Perception

In over 95% of men, the penis size normally ranges 3 to 5 inches when flaccid and 5 to 7 inches when erect. However, there are a few exceptional cases where the penis size can be smaller or larger. Sexologists believe that no matter the size of the penis, the pleasures are still the same to the man it is attached to. Studies on women preferences in men indicate that attractiveness, kindness, caring common interests, and a sense of humor significantly influence their choices of men other than penis size. Some also claim that the penis size matters in some cases. Surprisingly, majority of women don’t complain about the penis size of their partners according to most studies.

Misconception of Penis Size in Men

Contrary to sexologist’s views about penis size, most men believe that the size matters very much. You are often comparing the size of your member from the ones you see in porn and end up concluding that yours is smaller. Most probably, your junk mailboxes are full of emails suggesting products or surgeries to increase the size of your penis. Have you bumped in an ad where someone is looking for a man with a bigger one? That could have been meant for business purposes. The misconception is the conviction that the size is a key to a woman’s pleasure and orgasm during a sexual contact. Most men believe that a bigger penis will stretch a woman’s vagina more and penetrate a little deeper than a normal one not forgetting it could still hurt as well.

Does it Really Matter?

Being attractive and having a big penis can be appealing to most women. Studies suggest that for less comely men, a large penis won’t make any difference. Researches indicate that when women are asked to chose men, they would go for ones with wider organs or long ones but some won’t care. In a latest study at the Australian National University in Acton, bigger penises were rated high by a majority of women until they reached a size of 3 inches and their ratings started to drop. The study was conducted with images of good-looking men with varying penis sizes, as well as height and shoulder-to-hip ratios.

There are few reviews on Phalogenics programs have been reported regarding the effective solution to increase the penile size without any phalloplasty or medications. In conclusion, what ideally matters is your partner’s preferences and your ability to satisfy them sexually.

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Contributor : Michael Wight ()

This Article Has Been Published on September 21, 2013 and Last Modified on September 28, 2018

Michael Wight is a full-time freelancer who contributes to different websites in the health and fitness niche. He loves to read and share his experiences with the online community. In his free time, he plays with his dog and plays music. Over the last few years, Michael has researched and written tons of articles on diet, exercise, weight-loss, nutrition, men's and women’s health. Before working with Consumer Health Digest, he authored content for a range of popular websites, including: Business 2 Community, Michael Words, and Marie Claire. You can connect with him on Linkedin.

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