Does size really matter? This must be one of the most frequently asked questions in the history of mankind. Men tend to measure their masculinity by the size of their penises; most of them think they’re actually below the average size. Truth is, women don’t really care. Do men really think it’s a big deal? Is it actually a big deal? Here are some facts based on scientific studies:

-The human penis is an indication of human evolution

Gorillas have an average penis size of 3.81 cm. The first Homosapien also had the same average size. Over the years, it’s proven that the size grew to almost triple. Just by looking at old Greek statues, you could tell.

-“The size” is one of the main reasons men have anxiety disorder

Men are obsessed with their sexual organs; some are psychologically damaged because of it.

-Men think the average size is 15 cm

Based on a recent study in the UK which measured the sizes of 15,000 European and Middle Eastern men, the average size was 13.12 cm. When they were asked what they expected the average size would be, most men predicted 15 cm. Reality is, 15 cm is the above average.

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Statistics aside, let’s talk about what’s really important. Does it even matter? Not as much as you think.

-Women don’t care much about the size

A study conducted on 500,000 couples showed that 85% of the women were satisfied with their partner’s size. Only 55% of the men, however, were satisfied with their own sizes.

-Erectile function is what’s important

Size has nothing to do with orgasms and pleasure; it’s the erectile function that plays a more major role in satisfaction, for both men and women.

-Size is only important for vaginal orgasm

The only women who would want an “above average” size are those who prefer deeper vaginal stimulation. Vaginal orgasm is extremely rare. The majority of women reach orgasm clitorally.

 

All that being said, size doesn’t really matter. Even if you’re below average, it has nothing to do with your performance. So remember, it’s not the size of the boat; it’s the motion of the ocean.

  • Adam

    It doesn’t matter and matters at the same time, it’s a paradox. On one hand, it doesn’t matter because men are born with what you have and can’t change that. It also simultaneously matters because women, like men; have different lengths within their canal.

    So either you’re a good fit, too small, or too big for her. Too big isn’t good because contrary to popular belief, being too large for her makes the experience worse for both of you. The guy can’t perform as he would normally like because the girl can’t accommodate him. In other words, she won’t be able to get off because she’ll be in pain most of the time and would not enjoy it as much as she would. You’ll have to stop way too many times. Too small and she won’t be able to take the guy in fully as she’d like to, which means a more concentrated effort on foreplay to get her near satisfaction. Both in reality are a hassle; which is why you have to make sure you’re compatible.

    That means, (surprise) pre-martial sex. But knowing Egyptians today; this isn’t an issue considering a good chunk of society (Especially the younger generations) does it anyway, it’s just talking about it that makes it taboo. What if you’re saving it for marriage? Well do just that, save it. If you’re misfortunate enough to not be as perfectly compatible as you would like; you have to improvise with what you both have.

    People who have been saving it for marriage, have been improvising it throughout time. You shouldn’t have an excuse for not trying to make it work; unless there are deeper problems in the relationship than just sex

    On a slightly off note, a majority of younger women do care about size though. There are studies that contradict other studies that says women don’t care. Although those that do care, care for the wrong reasons. Mostly for bragging rights among their friends. I don’t know how it’s like in Egypt; but it’s certainly the case here in the West Coast of the U.S.

    • Adam

      On a final note; you’d think in this day and age we would have proper Sex Education in Egypt. I mean, Egypt is one of the top countries that googles the word “sex” and is arguably too horny for its own good; right along with Brazil on that list. And funnily enough, Brazil isn’t repressed as much as Egypt is.