Does Penis Size Matter for the Best Sexual Performance?

For a man who thinks his penis is small, penis size really does matter. This is because it can affect his ability to focus his attention correctly on the sexual act. If he’s analysing his penis length or his penis girth and comparing it to the average penis size… then he may lose control over the level of arousal his penis is feeling, and ejaculate early or lose his erection.

This can result in an ongoing problem of erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or the ability to achieve ejaculation. Erectile dysfunction is most often caused by focusing your attention incorrectly. So yes, if you are worrying about your penis size while you are having sex, then it can cause erectile dysfunction symptoms by making you lose your hard.

Conversely, if you indulge in too many fantasies about having a bigger penis, it will overstimulate your brain sexually and cause ejaculation! When you’re constantly analysing the size of your penis, sex stops being fun for you and your partner because you’re not paying attention to each other!

Regardless of the size of a man’s penis, he needs to know how to operate it at the optimal level. This requires controlling his movement along the Arousal Scale, from getting an erection, to then staying hard, to ejaculating only when both partners are ready.

The average erect penis size is between 5 and 6 inches with a circumference (when fully erect) of 3.5 inches. If you think you have a small penis then take the following action to increase your penis size:

Exercise to Increase Penis Size

Exercise to Increase Penis Size

If your penis is shorter than 6 inches, you can do the following exercise to increase penis size and strength naturally. While technically the penis isn’t a muscle, when you increase the size and strength of the muscles which support the penis it can also increase your penis size. It usually takes between 5-12 weeks to see a noticeable difference in size; when exercising to increase your penis size.

If the penis is short and fat, it won’t make any difference to a woman’s pleasure. This is because a fat penis will always rake over his (woman’s) g-spot. The g-spot is called this, because you have to make the shape of a “G” with your finger to reach it, when opposite her.

Inner vaginal orgasms are much more enjoyable for a woman than a clitoris stimulated orgasm. This is because the clitoris is hypersensitive to touch after an orgasm, while her g-spot keeps wanting more!

If your penis girth is less than 3 inches in circumference when fully erect, I recommend that you take these penis enhancing actions. This will ensure that you can satisfy your partner in bed:

1. Do this best exercise to increase penis girth naturally (see link below)
2. Flex your penis when you are entering (or exiting) her so your penis bounces against her g-spot

A short and thin penis needs the no.1 exercise protocol to make his penis bigger. Download the instructions here (no email required.)

It’s important to note that without understanding the sequence his brain requires to stay hard and in control, this second option can cause a secondary issue of premature ejaculation. Because the very act of flexing the penis can put too much of a man’s attention in his penis. This can make him too focused on his own arousal.

So Does Penis Size Matter to Women?

It’s rare for a partner’s satisfaction to come from the size of her partner’s penis! It’s important to note that the inner workings of a woman’s vagina also vary in size. While many men want a big penis, many women don’t have enough “room” for one!

I have treated several men with a very large penis who had problems getting a partner. This is because as soon as a potential girlfriend saw the size of his penis, they ran for the hills! While some women like a big penis, most women just want a man’s penis to be a comfortable fit for her.

So, penis size doesn’t always matter. Let me reiterate. It’s not size that counts, but how you use it. When you have total confidence with your sexual technique, you will be able to stay hard and in control and your penis size won’t be an issue for either of you.

Jacqui Olliver
Jacqui Olliver is a Psycho-Sexual Relationship Consultant and recognized authority on solving and preventing the emotional and sexual issues which contaminate relationships. In the past 7 years, she has helped over 1,000 men, women, and couples restore a relaxed, happy, and fulfilling sex life and enhance their overall connection. Click here for more insights to restore your self-respect, happiness, and self-confidence today.

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