If you are a man and have a junior, you obviously have spent a substantial amount of time measuring it. And if you haven’t then you are LYING.
Men, women, scientists, gender non- conformists and even mobile apps are obsessed with the whole hoopla around ding-a-lings and their size. Obviously, a matter of great importance to men and their ego, the size of the love stick is actually a pretty grey area (Cough cough).
You might think that it must be a pretty easy task to measure it. Whip it out. Get it hard. Grab a ruler. Have a look. Get depressed. But it really isn’t that easy at all. Do you measure from the top or the side of it? If your member is slightly curved, do you use a cloth measuring tape instead of a ruler to account for that? If you have the foreskin, do you count that, or just to the end of your glands? (Dilemma of the century)
In fact, there have been many kinds of research since the 1940s that spent humungous hours on finding the average size of male genitalia (Science seems fun). Why do you ask? As accurate measures may help us develop better fitting condoms with lower tear rates or help men with severe, at times debilitating, senses of inadequacy about their own size, among other things. (Like boasting in locker rooms).
But since there exist many concerns related to the correct methodology, guess what all these studies found out- Nothing.
All the methodologies had their drawbacks– Like room temperature, size of hard stick varied when aroused naturally by men as compared to when aroused by women. Medically erected one had altogether different results. Age and race also stir up some questions. (And on and on) Don’t even get us started on the myths of the relationship between the size of hand or feet to that of what hides behind that towel.
So the debate around averageness of men’s love stick remains open and you can die in peace not knowing your scorecard.
But does your scorecard even matter?
Is there really a correlation between the size and sexual satisfaction for the partner? Existing surveys throughout the years have shown that women believe girth is more important than length and above average actually cause discomfort. (All the small-sized men in the house says heyyyyy)
This is because fulfilling sex is about so much more than just sexual intercourse. The overall game of the guy matters and the grinding technique is where your actual scorecard counts. Women especially less beguiled by the number associated with your junior are far more impressed by your foreplay streaks and home runs achieved while building other sensations in their body.
Whether the size matter or not, good quality sex comes down to the couple. It takes two to tango; couples must work together, experiment and be creative to ensure making love is fun and interesting.
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