I feel perhaps one of the most important questions that a man can wonder about is whether ‘Size’ really matters to women. While the question poses as extremely necessary to both men and women, I’m not gonna waste time and rather directly cut down to the chase with an answer.
It does. Size really does matter. This statement doesn’t have to be entirely bad since it projects itself according to your perception. However, let me clear the air around and explain why women say it.
It’s a total misconception when men understand ‘size matters’. For men, it more often means that women like a bigger penis. However, for women, their statement rather poses an altogether different meaning.
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I can agree that women are definitely not in awe with small penises, but their ‘size matters’ also doesn’t mean they like enormous sizes. For women, a small penis that lacks the length and girth can set the mood off. Also, an extremely big penis might be pleasing to their eyes at first but their next word would obviously be ‘ouch’. This makes it very obvious that women can’t handle too big either.
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This should end the misconception between men and women of the entire issue with ‘size matters’. Besides, good sex is based on a lot of factors. Based on a lot of interviews with women, most of them consider the ‘skill’ of a man as more important than their size, except when it’s too small or too big. Moreover, a lot of women have also said that penetration alone cannot help woman reach orgasm implying more emphasis on foreplay and not just the size of a man. There is also something more that men do not consider when thinking ‘big is better’ is that a woman probably won’t go on with you for the second time. Mostly because, as I told you earlier, the reaction is ‘ouch’. So technically, you should honestly be rather happier that your size isn’t actually enormous.
In conclusion, it is important that men drop their misconception regarding their size since women have a completely different way of approaching the matter.