November 27, 2010 2 Comments
In matters of sexual adequacy, penis size gets a lot of press and is a popular subject for both women’s and men’s magazines, newspapers and late night television ads. And while a sexually dysfunctional society reinforces the notion of male adequacy as measured by the size of his penis, there are some very practical considerations for a couple (or spouse) who grapples with this question. The Pure Bed addresses the notion of what is a normal penis size and how it affects sexual satisfaction for wives because our audience seems to care about this matter of penis size. (continued below)
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Firstly, studies have reflected throughout the years that the average male penis size is approximately 5 to 6 inches when erect. However, the range of sizes that comprise this average size may be from 3.5 to 9 inches with more men at the bottom end of the range than the upper. In other words, your 4 inches may be as normal as a man who measures 6 inches when erect dependent upon other factors (body size, ethnicity, etc.).
Next, a wife’s g-spot is believed to typically be within the first 1 to 1.5 inches inside her vagina. it is stimulated at penetration by the penis head. The average woman’s vagina is about as deep as the average man’s penis. And even though many women like the sensation of their vagina being “full”, the overwhelming data on what brings a female to orgasm (aside from the emotional or relational factors) point to clitoral and g-spot stimulation. Neither of these require a long penis. In fact, the girth (fatness) of the penis may be of greater effect than length.
Lastly, the majority of sexual reported by wives have more to do with their husbands’ attentiveness than with the size of their penis. It may be the case that the actual physical experience of intercourse is only one of many components that contribute to a wife’s perception of sexual gratification.
Let’s not let the cultural message that ‘bigger is better’ be the grounds for considering what works for us as married couples. Certainly there are non-surgical options to augment penis size (extenders fr added length, rings for added girth). We wouldn’t dare begrudge a husband and wife for their desire to explore these alternatives. However, we are always better served and closer to fulfillment when we begin sexual intimacy with being attentive and observant lovers and use that as the basis for how we measure up as sexual partners…not simply penis size.