Does Size Really Matter

Does Size really matter?
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What do you think?

Men have been asking women this question since the dawn of time, It is the age-old question that has haunted men for centuries: " Does size really matter?" When you think about it does anything really matter. Some would say it does and others would say it doesn't. Do we really know and do we really care is the real question? I am a man and though I know most men are insecure about the size of their Johnson I am one to say I don't have any issues with mine. I know how to please a woman that is when I have a woman to please. So lets talk a bit about men and women. Each have their own insecurities. Woman are a bit more insecure about their bodies then men are. Most men won't however admit that they believe they have small Johnson. It is considered somewhat of a nightmare for a man to even think like that. What’s even more frustrating is that there’s no clear-cut answer. Simply, the right size depends on preference and compatibility of the female.

The average Johnson length ranges from 5.5 to 6.5 inches, but it’s all a matter of perspective - to somebody with a 3-inch Johnson 4.5-inches may sound huge. Likewise, there are men who express dissatisfaction with a 6-inch Johnson and long for 8-inches. As for women, they widely believe that the size of a man's Johnson is irrelevant; being attentive to a woman’s sexual and emotional needs is a far more important factor than how large a man's Johnson may be.

Most women say that they are not lying when they tell men over and over that they really don’t care one way or another about Johnson size. In a study of 400 women published in European Urology in 2004, 88% of them said that the size of a man’s Johnson is either unimportant or very unimportant. Another study of 700 women, conducted in 2006 and published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, found that only 10% of the women polled said that Johnson size mattered. These were all women that enjoyed aggressive sex. A 2007 study published in BMC Women’s Health found that 5% of women polled said that a longer Johnson was more pleasurable than a wider one. This makes sense, when one thinks about how the nerves work throughout the female vagina – the ones that cause the greatest pleasure are not that deep inside, but rather, only about 2 inches inside the vagina.

According to Wikipedia, the average man’s Johnson is about five inches long when soft and six inches when erect, and its circumference is about 1 ¼ inches when flaccid and 1.5 - 2.0 inches when fully erect. It also is important to note that studies have never definitively linked certain races to a larger (or smaller) Johnson size. Now, don’t go running for your tape measure, guys, these are just average figures. If yours doesn’t quite fall within these parameters, don’t feel bad.

So many men are afraid that the length, girth, or shape of their Johnson is not enough to please a woman. Even guys who go around boasting and bragging, “Well, I’ve had no complaints,No matter how many times women tell men, "size really doesn’t matter to me", they don’t seem to believe it.

Women can’t understand this phenomenon at all. Maybe that’s because a woman’s primary sex organ doesn’t really have a “size,” and the secondary sexual organs that are visible, the breasts, are pretty easy to judge the size of even under clothing. A man’s sex organ, on the other hand, is usually hidden pretty completely under clothing (well, depending upon how tightly or loosely a man prefers to wear his pants, that is!) So you be the judge and you tell me “Does size really matter?” We are all adults here so I hope this article has been informative and that no one finds it offensive. I also hope that it is used for good and not evil if you know what I mean. This article is not intended to be used as a tool to improve one's sex life but as a reference to any who has difficulty in finding the answer to that age old question. I hope this has helped. Please check back often as I will be posting a lot more informative articles. If you have a question feel free to ask me. Give me a few days to research it and I will answer it in a hub. That goes for anyone want or needing to know the answer to a question they can't seem to find the answer too. Thanks for reading.


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