Does Penis Size Matter If You’re Fit?

The question of whether penis size matters if a man is fit attracts heated debate.

Researchers have carried studies to prove whether the size of penis matters or otherwise.

Likewise, there arises the question of what is the ideal penis length and shape.

Do these two characters make sex any better or satisfactory?

These are questions that should be analyzed from a woman’s and man’s perspective alike.

Penis size: misconceptions and facts

The answer to whether penis size matters is more complicated than you would think.

But the best part is that the challenge is highly centered in a man’s perception as opposed to your partner’s.

According to a journal on Psychology of Men and Masculinity the length of a penis when fully erected falls between 4.6 and 6 inches.

This size is for 68 percent of all men. Around 16% of men, on the other hand, have an erect penis length of more than 6.1 inches. The rest 2.5% are over 6.9 inches.

Roughly 16% of men have an erect penis length of fewer than 4.5 inches – 2.5% of those are below 3.7 inches.

So, those are the facts. But the major issue is not in knowing the facts alone.

The real issue is to know who is more concerned about penis size. Is it the woman or the man?

In the same research that involved over 52,000 participants – both women and men – 45% of men proved they were not satisfied with their member’s size.

The same men wished the size were longer. Just compare that percentage with the 16% of the men with shorter penis size than average.

Consequently, the perception remained the same with age. Almost the same figure of older men was unsatisfied with their size just as younger men.

The issue of unsatisfactory has impacts.

Men who think their member’s size is extremely short had fewer chances of undressing in presence of their partners.

In addition, the same category had high chances of hiding their penis while having sex.

Likewise, they say they’re not attractive.

As for the category of men who believe they have long penis sizes they were highly confident and believed they were attractive.

Besides men, now let’s look at women’s perspective about penis size. Remarkably, 84% of women on the survey said they were happy with the penis size of their partners.

This means women do not value penis size much as men do. So guys, relax and don’t let penis size lower your self-esteem.

Well, if you thought that was the end, well, you were wrong.

According to women, penis size matters – not the length, but the width.

According to Patti Britton, a clinical sexologist and sex coach in L.A., a skinny, very long penis is not pleasurable as a fatter, shorter one is. Instead, a thick penis is the one that makes a woman feel containment.

As in – the feeling of satisfaction when a penis or object gets inside the vagina.

The bottom line

So, what matters about the penis size?

We can certainly conclude that the size of a penis is not a final factor that determines the capability of a man to enjoy sex or satisfy their partner.

The G-spot and clitoris of a woman can be aroused and reached easily.

According to Britton, a woman focused on G-spot, a short/small penis can do the magic. And the G-spot can give ecstatic pleasure.

Britton concludes by stating that penis size doesn’t matter if you are fit. How you make use of it is what matters.