Does the size of the male organ matter?
It has been a subject of concern whether the size of the male reproductive organ really matters? The question hides under worry and fear, as men consider this to be their possible inadequacy.
Fortunately, the problem is more often centered in the man’s own perception than in his partner’s.
According to a study reported in the journal Psychology of Men and Masculinity, the erect penis size of most men — 68 percent — is between 4.6 and 6 inches long. About 16 percent of men have an erect penis size longer than 6.1 inches, and of those only 2.5 percent are over 6.9 inches. About 16 percent of men have an erect penis size that’s shorter than 4.5 inches, with only 2.5 percent of those under 3.7 inches.
The study showed that men who believed their penis size was too small were less likely to undress in front of their partner, more likely to hide their penis during sex, and more likely to judge themselves unattractive. On the other hand, men who thought they had a large penis were likely to be more self-confident and believe themselves to be attractive. Interestingly, 84 percent of the women surveyed reported that they were satisfied with their partner’s penis size. So it’s not her problem, guys — it’s yours.
Penis size is not the final determining factor in a man’s ability to satisfy a woman or enjoy sex.
The two of the most sexually sensitive areas for a woman, the clitoris and the G-spot, are both easily reached and aroused.
“The G-spot is only one-third up inside the vaginal barrel,” Britton explains.
“For women who tend to be G-spot oriented, a small or short penis can do the job, and the G-spot can produce ecstatic pleasure.