Does Size Matter?
Once and for all, yes, penis size does matter. But don't head to the surgeon's office just yet there, Jacko; it matters, but not in the way that you think. After asking 200 women of all ages (over 18), sizes, ethnicities, and sexual habits, the conclusion was that 82% of these women were content with a penis that was big enough to satisfy them, which averaged at about 6 inches. That, by the way, is just about the average penis size for men, according to the Lifestyle Condom Penis Size survey, which measured the erect penis size of 300 men. Of course, there was a small percentage (9%) who wanted a penis that was larger than average (7 to 8 inches). There was also a minute amount of women (2%) who preferred mammoth-sized penises (10 to 12 inches). And lastly, 7% preferred a penis that was smaller than average (about 5 inches). But once and for all, let us discover what the deal is when it comes to what women think about the size of a man's penis. Most women surveyed agreed that a man could have the most confidence in the world; he could be a complete success personally, financially and in all the other areas that are of importance to him. But if he thinks that his penis size is under average, or even average for that matter, suddenly everything else in his life pales in comparison to his underachieving pecker. The unfortunate blunder men make when it comes to penis size is believing that bigger is always better; that is not always the case. In fact, many women who dated men with abnormally larger penises complained that they weren't able to comfortably enjoy certain sexual positions, nor were they able to adequately give oral sex. The last thing a woman wants is to have her man's penis knocking against her cervix during sex or creating stretch marks around the corners of her mouth.