April 16, 2012 - Posted by DrMyrtleMeans

It has been said for a long time, “It is not the size of the ship, but the motion of the ocean”.  I have heard countless people debate this topic…here is my take on it. The average length of the penis is 5-6 inches and the average girth is 3.5-4 inches. I found it interesting to discover that most penis growth takes place between infancy and age 5, and five years following the onset of puberty. (Wikipedia) So by the time a male reaches the age of 18 his growing days are over.


When it comes to length, most women would say that six inches is just fine.  The average length of an aroused vagina is 4 inches and the average width 2.5-3 inches. The vagina expands as a result of arousal to accommodate the penis. And many people consider the fact that women give birth to babies as an indication of how much she can take. Yeah women give birth to ten-pound babies that are 19 inches in length. However, she does not accomplish this without a great deal of trauma to her vagina and perineum.  While she is capable of welcoming many different sizes, the level of comfort may be compromised as penis size increases.  Sex should not feel like childbirth, and if it ever does, there is a problem, a very big problem.


Taking this all into consider, most women want to feel their partners inside of them. This can be accomplished through technique (the motion of the ocean). However, sometimes skill cannot compensate for size.  Girth is more important than length when it comes to penis size.  She wants to feel full.  There are some women who like him to go deep. But at the back of the vagina, at the bottom of the uterus, is this little thing called a cervix. When it is  “banged on”, there is often discomfort and sometimes excruciating pain.  So fellas, sometimes those oohs and aahs are not moans off pleasure but signs of a problem. He is too big! Don’t assume she likes it deep; ask her how she takes her meat.


When I here size doesn’t matter I always consider the nature of the relationship and the individual’s sexual preferences.  Size doesn’t matter to a woman for whom sex is not a priority. Size doesn’t matter when you are in love. Size doesn’t matter if he won’t be around long. Size doesn’t matter if you have more girth than length. Size doesn’t matter if he is an expert at pleasing her in other ways. But for most us, size does matter!


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