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There are a lot of myths surrounding your schlong’s size and shape and how it affects your sexual prowess. Blithe, a prostitute from Nevada, sought to dispel three of those myths and set the record straight. After all, who better to comment on whether or not size really matters than woman who’s probably seen every kind of penis you could imagine and probably some you could never imagine.
From Sheri’s Ranch:
“Myth #1: There is such a thing as an “ideal” penis size
There are so many ways that one healthy penis can differ from the next, that it’s pointless to try to figure out what’s “normal” or “ideal.” Sure, you can go on Wikipedia, read that the average penis length is 5.17 inches, get an idea as to how you measure up against this average, and feel better (or worse) about yourself. But comparing yourself to a statistical average or striving for an ideal will not only give you a false perception of the wonderful diversity of healthy penises, but also impair your ability to see yourself as a valuable individual who uses your unique body to be the best lover your partner ever had.”
She hit the dick on the head with this one. Just like there are guys who are into all kinds of boobs, there are girls who can be satisfied with any kind of dick. There isn’t a one size fits all, and while you might be self conscious of your 3-inch thumper, the girl blowing you feels like a rockstar when she can deepthroat you. I promise, as long as it’s clean, your peen is ideal.
“Myth #2: The size of your penis determines how much you can please a woman
Again, this is false. Having a thick or long cock doesn’t mean you’re automatically great at sex. In my experience what matters most is reading your partner’s body, being sympathetic to her unique needs, and paying attention to what she responds favorably to. No matter what the size, if you apply pressure in the right areas or use the right rhythm it’s going to make her feel good. Also, you can and should use more than just your penis to please a woman.”
ONE MORE TIME FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK. Being good at sex is so much more than putting your stick in her hole. Different girls like different things, and the guy who is amazing at sex understands that and figures out what makes a girl tick, then uses it. While I agree with Blithe’s overall sentiment here, she glosses over the fact that a third leg is more desirable for actual penetration than a micropenis. And, at least in college, unless you’re in a serious relationship, no one is taking the time to understand their partner’s body. So your size does matter, but it doesn’t have to stop you from being a sex god.
“Myth #3: Women gossip about size
When women do kiss and tell, I’ve found that the focus is almost always on a man’s performance, and not on his penis size at all. We are much more interested in hearing about the experience as a whole.”
I’m going to debunk her debunking on this one, because it’s a load of shit. We absolutely talk about your size. It’s a lot less likely that we’ll say anything if it’s just a standard straight shooter that doesn’t have anything super strange or unusual about it. But if it’s the biggest, smallest, or some shape we’ve never seen before, hell yeah we are going to talk about it. Unless your size somehow greatly affected the overall experience, we probably won’t mention it unless someone asks first.
Blithe really drove home an important point, a healthy penis is what makes a great penis. Manscaping, size, shape, circumcision, and coloring are all just minor things that nobody reasonable is going to get hung up on. Own what you’ve got, know how to use it and the rest will take care of itself.
[via Sheri’s Ranch]
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