If there is one universal for all men, it has to center around male organ size. Boys start comparing Johnsons basically from the moment they can talk, well into collecting Social Security. It’s natural, then, that men have a slightly skewed notion of how male organ size affects their intimate life. Let’s answer 5 of the most fundamental questions out there about male organ size and intimacy. |
Question #1: What is the average male organ size?
The average male organ size is about 5.6 inches hard.
Question #2: How does male organ size affect sensual pleasure?
For most men who fall in the middle, pretty much anything goes, and there aren’t a lot of limits when it comes to positions. For men on either end of the spectrum, positions become more important to both feel sensation and also to not injure a partner. Hear this now and loud: a big member does not mean a man is good in bed. At all. There’s a lot more to intimacy than male organ size, like emotional connection, physical attraction, foreplay, talking of all kinds, et cetera. So, in short, every man can always increase his Casanova status if he wants to take the time and effort.
The most attractive trait as lauded by men and women alike in every poll you see is confidence, and for a good reason. No one wants to be with someone who isn’t sure they find themselves attractive, alluring, or worthy, so if there is any one thing to work on first—it’s your head game. The head on top of your neck, to be specific.
Question #3: How can men with members on the smaller size increase pleasure?
Optimize your options! Focus a bit more on oral, and don’t be scared to mix in some adult toys. Maybe try a member extender to give yourself an extra 1 to 3 inches. Also, be smart about positions; anything that increases the likelihood of slipping out should be ditched in favor of partner on top or missionary-esque positions.
Question #4: How can men with members on the larger size increase pleasure?
Guys with big weens have just as many issues as dudes rocking a Fiat. Basically, a man with a bigger sausage should let his partner control the depth of penetration, no matter where it’s going. Creme is also a must to keep things slippery and slidey and moving easily. If you need to "feel" more, try a member sleeve. They give you stimulation at the base of the member while not making your partner take in as much.
Question #5: How can a man feel good about his member and sensual prowess no matter his size?
Feeling a little insecure about size? Ask yourself why. Is it what you’re watching and seeing out in society such as in adult literature, enhancement advertisements, and everyday television and film, or is it something closer to home? Do you feel like your partner doesn’t seem that excited about your man meat, or is their reception less than that of actors (key word here, actors) in adult films? Is stuff from your adolescence popping up, such as comparisons in the locker room? Is it the lack of pleasure you or your partner is feeling? Realize that most men’s inadequacies around male organ size are emotional, and that takes work on one’s self, usually with the help of a trusted counselor or friend.
Also, recognize that a good lover and sensual pleasure have little to nothing to do with male organ size. What a man should do is take a real interest in his partner, take his time, and communicate. Talking is seductive, and enjoying the moment is even more so. Take some time with kissing and foreplay and guaranteed, your member is going to get more fanfare anytime it rears its head!
One thing a man can control today is how he takes care of his member. Does it look bumpy and dry with scraggly pubic hairs like a foreclosed home’s front lawn? If so, it’s time to make a change that can give you an immediate boost in confidence. Make sure your he-hygiene is on point with a proper member health care regimen. Wash the big guy with a mild cleanser and warm water and be thorough about it! Rinse well and air dry. Trim up the grounds to welcome visitors. Finish the process off daily with a specially formulated member health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) that’s full of member superpower nutrients like essentials vitamins and amino acids to strengthen and defend the skin. They also boost blood flow and promote healthy tissue maintenance, as well as keep the member fresh and inviting.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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