Does Penis Size Really Count?
Most men are concerned with the size of their penis at some point or other. The media and pornography industry make it look like everyone has a gigantic penis that most men would find difficulty walking around with and this is far from a realistic portrayal of the average penis.
Is my penis too small?
The shortest penis on record was a medically diagnosed micropenis which was 0.39 inches (1 cm). The longest penis on record was 13.5 inches (34 cm) long and 6.25 inches (16 cm) wide. Medical factors like hormonal imbalance during puberty, medical conditions, and other factors can contribute to the overall length and girth of men’s penises in addition to genetic factors.
The average woman’s vagina elongates to approximately 4 inches when aroused from its usual 3 inch state. This means that the majority of men on the planet, with the exception of very few, do not have penises too small to get the job done. Basically, any penis the size of your ring finger is easily adequate enough for sexual intercourse with either sex. If your penis is less than 3-4 inches, fabulous sex is still possible.
Sex with a Small Penis
The first thing to do is stop worrying about it. Most women don’t care about penis size as much as men do. Yoga or relaxation prior to sex can help relieve anxiety which can cause your penis to retract into your body and shorten your penis’ length. Stimulate your partner thoroughly so they are really excited through whatever form of foreplay turns you both on. This will increase sensations and leave them closer to climax right from the beginning. Use ribbed condoms or condoms with less lubricant to increase sensation for your partner if you are really concerned about it.
Many position choices can make all the difference in the world for penetration with a smaller penis and can leave you feeling that you are a stud. These three are a few excellent positions for those with a smaller penis size which will leave your partner feeling fantastically full.
This position when angled correctly will make every penis feel much larger than it is. Your partner should be on their hands and knees with their back arched and their thighs drawn together. A variation on this called the antelope would be basically the same positioning but with your partners knees on the floor and their abdomen resting against the bed, couch, chair, or anywhere else you can dream of.
- The Snake
Your partner lies face down on the bed in a comfortable position with their legs closed. Tuck a pillow under their hips to raise their buttocks upwards and provide more comfort and less strain on their back. Straddle your partner’s hips but remain upright on your knees. Slightly part your partner’s thighs just enough to allow entry. This position works best if you have some way to brace yourself so you don’t have to work as hard staying upright. You may choose to lean ahead slightly if this increases pleasure for you and your partner but try to keep your weight off of your partner if possible.
- Rabbit Ears
If your partner is not flexible, this is not the position you’ll want to try as it requires your partner to be lying on their back with their knees near their ears. This position can be made more comfortable by placing a pillow under your partner’s buttocks to tip their pelvis at the proper angle without straining their back. It is helpful if you help your partner hold their legs in this position as it can cause muscle fatigue otherwise.
Sexual confidence and skill have more to do with sexual pleasure than your penis size. Using these types of positions, sex toys, oral sex, or manual stimulation combined with penetration will leave both you and your partner more than satisfied. Should you still be concerned, some individuals have found some success at lengthening their penis using penis enlargement devices such as penis extenders and penis pumps. Men who used these devices regularly and as instruction tended to see ¾ of an inch in additional length.