Whatever the subject may be, the sentence “mine is bigger than yours”
bears on an implicit sexual connotation. Men (especially when they’re
nothing but boys yet) compete with each other to see who is the king
in terms of penis size. Size is usually mistaken by power. That’s not
an accurate conception, though, as David and Goliath could attest. But
this is how men see it...
On the other hand, women don’t give the importance men give to the
size of the penis. They care more about the foreplay and the way men
turn them on than size itself. It’s the use men make of it that makes
the whole difference. A simple word, perhaps, or a single touch in
a particular body spot can be much more ignitable for a woman than
the sight of a big penis, which, of course, can also turn women on,
but mostly as a part of a context in the emotional environment the
woman is experiencing rather than attraction alone.
The average penis size is about 6.0 inches but whatever size it’s
got it is more than adequate for its functions, which are sexual pleasure,
maybe reproduction and also urinating. The size of the penis is determined
by factors (genetic traits) that are inherited from parents. There
is nothing one can do in order to increase or decrease the size of
a penis, which will develop into its adult size as someone changes
from a boy to a man through the puberty. Anyway, a diminished penis
is a cause for a clinical consultation.
Definitely, it’s not the penis size that matters, but the use you
make of it, your performance. Performance is about the ability to
get and maintain an erection or to provide sexual pleasure to your
partner and yourself with or without an erection. Performance, then,
is not really related to size - but dependent on muscles, blood and
nerve supply to the reproductive organs as well as on how sexually
interested and stimulated you are. And yet, it is the practice you
gain that will mold your performance, not the measure of your penis,
and this performance increases along the years according to the quality
of the sexual practice one acquires through his/her lifetime. A good
performance may also be achieved by the amount of sexual intercourse
one’s got, but it is generally the symbioses between the partners
and the accumulated sexual experience what will provide a good performance.
The more experienced you are, the better your performance will be.
A man with a penis not that big but who knows how to manage it in
order to sexually satisfy his partner is much better succeeded than
the one privileged in size who can’t properly deal with it. Nevertheless,
blessed are those who happen to accumulate both these virtues.
Actually, size is a male obsession. Men want their toys to be the
biggest ones. Women just need them to be functional.