We’re kicking the blog off with a bang by talking about a touchy subject.
Size. And no, I’m not talking about the size of your arms or how tall you are.
Anaconda. One eyed trouser snake. Salami. Johnson. Love muscle. Wang. Prick. Trouser Meat. Knob.
That’s right. We’re talking penis size.
Does it really matter or is it all in our head?
I don’t know what it is about schlongs, but us humans have been obsessed with them since the dawn of time. Ancient caves are full of drawings of paintings of epic wangs.
Penis size is equated to power…or shame. Got a big dick? You’re the man! Got an average one? You’re a weakling. Got a small one? You probably haven’t let anyone see it in years considering the flack an average one gets.
Why are we so obsessed with penis size?
My female friends assure me that it’s really not a big deal. As long as it’s not so small that they can’t feel it or too big that it hurts, they don’t really care about the size. It’s what you do with it that counts.
Yet here we are, sizing each other up in bathrooms and locker rooms, giving people shit to mask our own insecurities.
Let’s get real about size.
A recent study shows that the average size of an erect penis is 5.16 inches. FIVE INCHES. And the average flaccid penis is 3.6 inches. THRE AND A HALF INCHES.
We all know that the guys getting all the shit in locker rooms are usually at least average, many times even above average. But we’re so used to seeing giant porn cocks that we deem them tiny and worthy of shame. Meanwhile, we’re just trying (badly) to cover up our own feelings of shame and inadequacy.
Guess what? Ladies find your insecurity more of a turnoff than whatever size dick you have.
A female friend recently told me about encountering a guy with a smallish penis. They had been on a few dates, chemistry was overflowing and she invited him back to her place. Everything was fine…until his pants came off. He became so tense, uncomfortable and insecure that it ruined the evening. And they didn’t even do the deed!
Here’s the thing. Yes, she noticed it was slightly smaller. But she didn’t care! She was totally into him and wanted to jump him.
His penis wasn’t an issue. The real issue was his lack of confidence…because of how he felt about his penis.
He ruined his chances and left without getting laid because he couldn’t get out of his own head (intentional pun).
So how do we get over the size thing?
Your penis size does not define you. Your self-worth and masculinity have nothing to do with the size of your dick.
Remember that porn is not real. Those mega-cocks are not anywhere near the norm. Most women don’t want a porn cock anyways, so stop thinking you need one. Separate the fantasy from the reality.
If you can’t shake the insecurity, try something like this from Intimate Growth Solutions. Not to get a bigger penis, but to ditch the shame and insecurity.