Who ever said that size doesn’t matter? That’s a lie. We’ve all been there before when we’ve come across a bad seed or two. Then we go back to our girlfriends and talk about it. It’s true, women do care. But it’s not all about size. Sometimes quality comes before quantity. Unless, you have a big dick, then you don’t have to worry.
To some people, size is everything. That includes girth too. Both come hand in hand. If you don’t have one, at least you have the other to rely on. If you don’t, then you’re fucked. However, there are other ways to compensate. I have a friend who once dated a guy with a small penis. He had everything else going for him. It was too bad he was lacking in other areas. He was 6″2, handsome, gorgeous abs, smart, witty and super successful. The sex was just good but it could’ve been better. Sometimes she had to fake her orgasms to get the sex over with because his penis was just not getting the job done. For her, a big dick did go a long way. Although he had a small “john,” he was able to make up for it in other ways. For instance, he gave great head. If all else fails, turn to oral sex. His tongue became a substitute for his dick, which is not always necessarily a bad thing. Lesson learned: if you ain’t doing the job from down there, make sure you at least know how to give good head.
I knew I’d met my match. I’m a petite gal and I know my body well enough to know that that beast was not going anywhere but one place – back in his pants.
On the other hand, my other friend, Isabel, doesn’t care much for size. She’s had some of the best orgasms from average sized penises before. When I mean average, I mean not big. According to Isabel, he had the stamina of a young steed and endurance like the Energizer Bunny. It may have not been the perfect penis for her, but it certainly got her off in more ways than one.
And sometimes, bigger isn’t always better. I once dated a guy with a frightenly large penis, and not in a sexy way. We were dating for a while but wanted to wait for the right time. One night we went back to his place, one thing led to another, and we finally had sex. The first time I saw it, I freaked! The closer he came toward me with that thing, the more claustrophobic my vagina felt. I knew I’d met my match. I’m a petite gal and I know my body well enough to know that that beast was not going anywhere but one place – back in his pants. I wasn’t sure whether or not this was a good idea but I was intrigued and really horny. So I gave it a shot. Ten minutes later, he came and I was in pain the next day. When it comes down to it, it’s all about preference. You have to find one that is just right.
You already know this by now, but we do talk about size. Not only do we talk about size, but we talk about girth, color, performance, the whole enchilada. There are so many ways to describe penis size – huge, bite-size, hung. But what actually constitutes what’s big or small? Is there a universal scale that defines size? Probably not, but here’s one way of looking at it.
There are 3 terms: penis, dick, and cock. These words all refer to the same thing but it’s actually a way to describe a man’s size depending on how you use it.
There are 3 terms: penis, dick, and cock. These words all refer to the same thing but it’s actually a way to describe a man’s size depending on how you use it. Let me clarify. Anything less than 6 inches would be considered a “penis” or in lamest terms, small. It’s not big enough to be considered a “dick” or a “cock.” The word “penis” doesn’t sound intimidating and neither does its size. Sizes between a 6 through 8 would be considered a “dick” or a medium. It’s not as obscene as a cock but it’s not as small as a penis either. A “cock” would be anything above an 8. I’ve been with guys who loved hearing their penis being called “cock” in bed even though they clearly weren’t. It makes them feel like their penis is actually big. Why do you think the term “cock” is used constantly in porn? In many movies I’ve heard women say to their man, “Give me your big cock” or “I like the way your cock fills me up.” The word sounds stronger, harder, and imposing. It wouldn’t sound right if you were riding your man and you say to him “Do you like the way my wet pussy is riding your penis?” Doesn’t sound so sexy now, does it? Now it just sounds like your wet pussy is more empowering than his wittle penis. Do your man a favor and don’t use the word “penis” in bed.
Whether they know it or not, men are obsessed with their penis. A man’s penis becomes his best friend. He will love it, fondle it, get mad at it (especially when it stops working), and get in trouble for it. When it comes to size men always want to be a little bit bigger. They’re afraid that their manhood will never size up to what they want it be. I’ve noticed that men tend to embellish about their size by an inch or two just like they do with their height. That’s why I always expect the worst when they tell me their “size” so I don’t get disappointed in the end. Who wouldn’t want to be a little bit bigger or taller? The same goes for women, too. Women who feel that they aren’t appealing enough because they have small breasts are like men who think that having a big penis will make them feel manlier or better in bed.
So does size really matter? Good question. It’s all about how you use it or in some cases, how you make up for it. Basically, if the dick fits, fuck it.