Well I, as a woman, want to state something controversial: My husband has a very large penis and I love it! He knew he was quite big, but that was it. Most men have no reason to worry about the size of their penis — the distribution of penis sizes is surprisingly small — and most women enjoy the girth of a penis rather than the length anyway. But most important it is what they do with their penis, along with other sex play that matters — a large penis used badly will not pleasure a woman.
My girlfriend’s threesome lover is bigger than me and sex between us hasn’t felt the same since
Here's The Final Word On How Big Women Want Your Penis To Be
Ah, men. We're a simple creature sometimes. And we're never simpler than when we're thinking about size. Generally, one very particular size. There is not man out there who hasn't wondered, at some point, how their penis size measures up. Who hasn't measured their own, then questioned whether they're measuring from the correct point, and tried to steal an extra inch by sliding the ruler further down for those in doubt, you do it from the top, starting where penis meets torso. Well, ideal-penis-size-questioning-men, you need wonder no more.
Women want their ideal partner to have an average penis, not a big one – why?
She had only ever had sex with me and said that she was curious to experience intimacy with another man. So she contacted him, explained what she had in mind and arranged for us to meet up in our local the following weekend. We all had a few drinks but not too many, then we went back to my flat. We may feel horrified later, so how can you tell if it is true love or sexual chemistry that may not last?
Men often view having a large member as a symbol of strength and sexual prowess. But it turns out, when it comes to keeping a woman satisfied, bigger may not be better. Contrary to popular belief, a new study out of Kenya found that husbands with larger penises were more likely to be cheated on by their wives shocking, we know. For the study -- published this month in PLOSOne -- researchers interviewed married couples in Kenya in order to better understand their relationship habits and, more specifically, to identify factors which contributed to women having extramarital affairs.