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Does penis size matter? Some say yes, some say no. It is a matter of ongoing controversy. Men and women argue this point.
The size fitting the receiver works the best BUT I personally think the Way the Tool is used and Angled to get those pesky buttons only adds to the moment.
Obviously both is the ideal.. but if you ask MOST woman they will go for girth...but hey!
Thinner guys get more anal.
In my opinion, girth is more important than length when we are talking about a penis which is over 6 inches long. Now, if you have a 3 incher - then I think you would need A LOT of girth to make up for it.
I personally do not always enjoy having my cervix pounded with a 10 incher - the girth is nicer!
MMMMM...Girth, I need and love that "full" feeling.
A guy told me recently that when he gets a hard on in a pair of tight trousers or jeans, it tends to go a bit fatter and not so long because space is limited. He found a way to somehow hold it and replicate that during foreplay with no trousers on, so it will be a bit fatter, but the size changes throughout foreplay and sex anyway, and depending on how aroused he gets.
Remember, the pleasure zone for women - consists of roughly two inches of tissue rich in nerve endings located at the entrance of the vagina – which rubs against the penis when going in and out causing those delightful sensations US women experience during sex. A thin penis is only going to stretch this area a bit. A thick penis, with a good girth, will stretch the area a lot and stimulate a bigger number of nerve endings that will give women more pleasure.
The Clitoris is the focal point of pleasure for women. Unlike the male penis, which works both as a sexual organ and as a way out for urine, the clitoris has no other function than to make women happy. A thin penis is unlikely to brush against the clitoris and bring out moans of pleasure. Naturally, there are certain sexual positions that will make even a thin penis brush up against the clitoris, but this is not something that happens on a regular basis. A thick penis, however, may only need a slight adjustment of the penetration angle in order to reach the clitoris.
Length is important but it is only a part of what gives a good sexual experience. Girth is equally important in pleasure. Length does not work well without the girth, in my opinion.
A common misconception is that the size of your penis is directly related to the size of another body part. This is completely untrue. For example a man with big feet does NOT necessarily have a big penis. The greatest percentage of men had an average reported penis length of between 5 and 7 inches.
This is probably the most commonly asked question of all time since the dawn of sex. The size of a man's penis is a huge concern for men, and women, alike. Most men obsess about whether having a big penis will make them more manly and better lovers.
In all honesty this fear usually emanates from a male's vanity rather than any concern he may feel about the pleasure a woman will receive. It's really about the embarrassment a man imagines when being exposed as a guy with a small penis.
These feelings, if left unchecked, may lead to a perception of low self-worth. He may feel impotent and less a man than others.
The average range of penis size falls between 5.5 to 6.4 inches in erect length and 4.7 to 5.2 inches in girth. But who wants to be average? Most men would love an extra inch or two.
What’s long and hard and carries seamen? A submarine!