6 Things To Know About Small Penises

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Although porn would have us believe otherwise, the average penis size, when erect, is only 4.7 to 6.3 inches in length (mean 5.16 inches). Yes, that’s right, ladies and gents, a five-inch penis isn’t small, but average. Minds, everywhere, are being blown, I know. I think some of us live under the delusion that penises, even average ones, were somewhere around the seven inch mark, but no; that’s not the case. The average penis is smaller than you think.

But, honestly, as much as men seem to be all about their penis size, women aren’t too concerned. According to a study published in the British Journal of Urology International, while 45 percent of men think their penis is too small, 85 percent of women are totally satisfied with the size of their partner’s dick. The same study also found that small penises, which would be a penis that falls under 2.8 inches flaccid or 4.7 inches erect, are actually not that common. Yes, they exist, but it’s not like the chances of coming across them frequently should be a concern. In other words, dudes, your penis is probably just fine, at least in the size category.

For those of you who do worry about finding themselves in bed with a small penis, here’s what you need to know, aside from the obvious fact that little penises need love, too. But first, check a video featuring sex positions for small penises:

 

1. Small Penises Are Best For Long-Term Relationships

A 2014 study found that when it comes to small penises, they don’t do so well for one-night stands. It’s in those situations that women are really looking to feel some intense sensations (like really be pounded, TBH), and a small penis doesn’t really measure up. To be with a man who has a small penis and enjoy it, takes practice and finding the right positions, therefore making it better suited for a long-term relationship where emotions and feelings are involved, too.

 

2. Men With Small Penises Know How To Excel In Other Areas

This is totally true! Every woman I’ve ever met who’s had sex with a man who has a small penis on the smaller side has raved about how amazing they are at cunnilingus. The thing is, while men don’t want to talk about their small penis, they are absolutely aware and want to make up for it in other ways, and one such way is by giving phenomenal head.

 

3. Penis Anxiety Isn’t Just For Men With Small Penises

While men with small penises might account for the majority of penis anxiety, a 2013 study found that 30 percent of men who have average or even above-average penises, are disappointed in its size, too. Making men with small penises definitely not alone in their insecurities.

 

4. 0.6 Percent Of Men Have A Micropenis

When we’re talking about really small dicks, it’s hard to not address the micropenis. According to research, the smallest of all small penises is medically known at a micropenis. A micropenis on a grown man is three inches or less, and while surgery is an option, it’s fairly risky. Sex with micropenis men doesn’t have to be bad if one keeps an open mind about it. Remember, there are plenty of sexual techniques and ‘marital aides’ that can help. A micropenis is not hereditary, it’s a congenital defect, and micropenis men can procreate like any other.

 

5. Specific Positions Can Help A Small Penis Feel Less Small During Sex

With only 25 percent of women being able to have an orgasm from vaginal penetration alone, having a small penis isn’t the end of the world. In fact, there are specific sex positions that can give a female partner the feeling of fullness she likes, and the man some tightness he craves. The sad fact is that most men think if they can’t make a woman orgasm through vaginal sex alone then that is proof his penis is inadequate (despite its size). men just don’t understand that 75% of women won’t orgasm from vaginal sex alone. They need clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, and being that the clitoris is on the outside of her genitalia penis size is irrelevant.

6. The G-spot Is Within Reach For Small Penis Men

Lastly, the fabled and infamous G-spot that’s said to be the Holy Grail of female orgasm, and out of reach to small penis men turns out to be one of those myths that people start to believe as fact. The G-spot doesn’t make all women have earth-shattering orgasms. Some women don’t like it as it makes them feel like they’re going to wet themselves. The reason for this is the G-spot is level with her bladder, about 2-3 inches inside the vagina on the upper wall (if she’s lying on her back).

Yes, you read that right. The G-spot is 2-3 inches inside the vagina. Not at her cervix (womb) as some have claimed in the past. So most men should have no trouble ‘reaching’ it during sexual intercourse.

 

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