Allure Sexmatic: When Vagina Matters More
Vagina canal is elastic hence the conduct will elongate, while the mucosa will secrete lubricating fluids during sexual arousal. This causes the vaginal wall to be softer, and the muscles will relax for easy penetration at the start of copulation, and returns to its original shape and size after intimacy is over.
percent of women attain sexual pleasures irrespective of their spouses size of penis; since the key to satisfaction is not from the penis, but from the entire act which include direct stimulation –use of fingers, tongue, lips and sex toys. On the other hand, size of the man’s organ may only matter if the woman takes delight in having her cervix stimulated during copulation. But this will not likely lead to orgasm.
Biologically, size does not matter as some women prefer their spouse’s penis to be long, while others prefer it thick. Elasticity and lubrication makes vagina adaptable and capable of accepting different penis sizes. Although it might need extra preparation at times, this elasticity is for a good course, as it needs to stretch immensely from 3.6 inches that is 7.6cm for child delivery, which is the length of the vagina when it is not aroused.
Certain exercises like Kegel, help to tighten the vagina for any penis. It helps to tone the vaginal muscles to improve sexual functions. This exercise should be practiced regularly until you can grip your smallest finger strongly with the vagina. This can also be done even during love making especially, as it can make the vagina to accept any size of the penis thereby adding extra tonic to intercourse.
Majority of the nerve endings are found close to the entrance of the vagina, and this gives pleasurable sensations during love making. This is partly responsible for making child birth less painful. Notwithstanding how much it is stretched, it remains the same. Hence, the size of manhood may not be fundamental for a vagina that encloses around it. The strength to get to most of the nerve ending through a particular sex position, may have a role to play in female sexual satisfaction.
For the girth, the strength of the erection could be a factor; in which case, a well erect/ hard manhood will be more important than a large, soft penis. In reality, men are expected to have more skill and practice in other sexual activity, than depending on only penetrative vaginal sex. What this means is for you to spend enough time on foreplay, ensure she achieves orgasm at least once prior to even talking about the size of your penis.
Orgasm in most women is not as a result of what the penis does in the vagina. Rather, it is due to the external clitoral stimulation, from fingering during the act, lips and tongue during oral sex, including the different body parts during intercourse, such as the base of the manhood, stomach and others. Hence, a small size penis cannot affect clitoral stimulation..
Size for men is overestimated; a big organ will definitely, not by itself, make a good lover as any woman will go for a guy who is good at cunnilingus over a guy that is well endowed but will not go downward on them.
Quite a number of ladies can actually achieve orgasm through vagina penetration, while 25 percent of them are able to experience frequent orgasm through vaginal stimulation. Studies have suggested that up to 80 percent of women need clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm.
This brings us back to the question of penis size which we have seen so far, has no involvement in clitoral stimulation. Thus, one can comfortably say that up to 80.
Most ladies are not keen about sizes when they are crazily in love with their guys. For these women, communication is most important.
This is one skill that you must develop in your daily work not just in the bedroom. You need to be a good listener and learn about your spouse, her likes and dislikes, what she is comfortable with, what she is not comfortable with, and whether to go fast or slow, the list is endless.
Note that on the final analysis, it is not about size, it is how the man uses it that really matters the most.
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