See It From His Perspective
Decades ago, the medical community carried out a survey of the size of a man’s penis. The resulting numbers were somewhere between six and seven inches, depending on how full their glass happened to be on that particular day. In other words, this survey was carried out by men and their rulers, which means it was not the most accurate survey in history. If you leave it to a man’s imagination to report on his number of sex partners, how much he can bench press, his height, or his penis length, I can guarantee the results will be skewed in his favor. That’s just the way we work. But does penis size really matter to men and women? Get more personalized advice, contact a psychic today!
After years of men visiting their doctors out of concern for their size being less than average, another group of scientists decided to take matters into their own hands. Well, it wasn’t exactly their hands, as they had a batch of nurses do the dirty work for them, in a private area just outside of the Dady Rock Nightclub in Cancun, Mexico. The important finding from this study was that the average length of a man seemed to be over stated by about one inch. The medical community rejoiced at this finding. However, men still sulked!
Just the Facts, Sir
The National Health Service (NHS) claims the average man is approximately 5.5 to 6.3 inches long and 4.7 to 5.1 inches in circumference. When flaccid, a man’s penis can range anywhere from two to five inches. The only time that a doctor will even take a man’s inquiry about the size of his manhood seriously is when he is as short as three inches when erect and an inch and a half when not.
“Explore your definition of sexy. Be sexy! Push out those thoughts of flaws and think irresistible.” – Psychic Deejay ext. 5435
Various surveys suggest that 65 percent of men see themselves as being average in size, while the remaining are on either ends of the spectrum. What is most interesting about this is that the vast majority of men are average. Very few ever wander away from either side of the middle, even by a couple of centimeters. What this means is that a good portion of men are living in La La Land when it comes to the size of their package.
A Man’s View
Only about 40 percent of men who claim to be average are content with their size. This drops below 10 percent for those who are slightly smaller. The world can look awfully tiny from 10,000 feet above the ground, and when a man peers down over his package from three feet above it, it also appears to be rather petite. A portion of this feeling has to do with his perspective (the angle), and the other involves the media, who bombard him with the promise of more success in life if he could only grow bigger. According to research, men with a large penis (or at least men who believe they have them) feel more confident, powerful, masculine, and are increasingly satisfied with their appearance.
Most guys watch porn, never see their friend’s erections, and when they look at themselves in the mirror after stepping onto a cold bathroom floor (cold, being the key word here), they see a small Johnson. This can be very influential over a man’s image. While not much research has been done on the actual benefits of size, surveys suggest that homosexual men with the largest organs get top bunk, while the smaller are left with the bottom (so to speak). In addition, sex therapists say that some men struggling with their work and relationships (impotence) find their problems to at least be partially due to an insecurity about their penis. However, is there really a cause for concern?
A Woman’s Perspective
According to an old study back in 1983, college women could not care less if their romance novel hero was eight, five, or even three inches long. Any size could create arousal, as long as the hero was described as using it… ahem, to the best of his abilities. Then in 2002, another group of researchers called this story scenario bunk and decided to ask women point blank what they really thought of a twizzler-sized manhood. What they founds is that only 21 percent of women rated length as important, and another 33 percent agreed that girth ruled the dance floor during the horizontal mambo.
Several years later, a new batch of women were selected to describe the size of their man. Of these, 67 percent claimed he was average, 27 percent bulked about the discomfort of his bulk, while only six percent admitted he was quite tiny for their tastes. Of these women, 14 percent said they wouldn’t mind the girth fairy to visit their lover, two percent said they’d prefer him to be smaller, and 84 percent claimed he was just right. This puts the ratio of penis satisfaction between men and women at 84 to 55 percent, with women clearly the happier gender.
When man first noticed his happy stick as a boy, it was a wonderful, and mysterious friend. They’d spend the next several years growing up together (“growing” being the key term). Then finally, one day as a man, he’d stare down at his winky and wonder how he could make it bigger. He’d imagine hanging increasingly heavier weights from it, taking strange herbal concoctions, or perhaps asking a stranger to take his lifeline into their gloved hands, and pull it out from its roots, and then reattach it with some stitches, glue, and a little prayer. Then he’d say to himself, “Ah, the hell with it,” and finish his breakfast.
Does size matter? Yes, it does… just not that much!