The question about size did not start here – it’s been like an age-long one. And I’ll like to believe that you’re not thinking that this is about the size of just about anything – well, for clarity sake; it’s the size of the penis. Most women would tell you pointblank that size does matter – there are however those who would choose technique or motion over size.
Some useful facts: According to research in the British Journal of Urology International; the average length of a flaccid penis is 3.61 inches while it is 5.16 inches when erect. And for the circumference; it is 3.66 inches when flaccid and 4.59 inches when erect.
If you’re of the thought that size doesn’t really matter then you have got to consider how a host of penis enlargement products are selling fast in the market. More so, with Phallosan, which is an easy to use penis extender, currently enjoying rave reviews, it is tough to win the argument against the significance of size.
How size makes the difference
In terms of penile size; there are basically two aspects that are often considered in respect to sex – the length and the circumference (that is, the girth). While some women cherish the penis to be considerably long; some would rather fixate on the girth and others are just indifferent.Generally, most women would appreciate their men having penis with an average length.
Significantly, the size does seem to influence vaginal orgasm in some ways. It is perceived that while longer penis create a deeper sensation while the one with a ‘perfect’ girth makes for a better filling and/or pleasurable experience when inserted into the vagina.
Looking at it from another angle; one could say penile size does not really matter if the woman has some sexually issues–like lack of vaginal fluid or arousal problem. In such instances, it wouldn’t really matter what the length or girth of the penis is. Again, you may like to view this way: that provided the penis performs its primaryfunction – which is delivering semen to the vagina – the size is inconsequential.