Modern Society has many unrealistic beauty standards that will lead you into depression if you believe them.
From the movies that we watch, to the ads that pop up on TV, internet & radio. Men are constantly told that they need to increase the size of their genitals if the want to be happy & successful with women. Accepting these wrong conclusions has a very negative effect on self-confidence, self-esteem, sex-life & your ability to enjoy life.
But is any of this really true?
No, While some women argue that size does matter, most of these women are either 1) emotionally & mentally traumatized or 2) are an exception to the way women were designed (but this number is extremely small). The women who are traumatized usually go through a traumatic life experience which causes them to seek many lovers with large genitals. The problem with this is that the women really aren’t satisfied by the size of the man’s penis but by what it represents to them. Some of these women associate a man’s genital size with validation, their own self-worth, etc.
Men & women are wired different. While men are visual women are very situational. Men are stimulated by what they see while women are stimulated by the experience. If you’ve ever seen a porn video where the guy is very large & the women is screaming in joy, you’ve been easily fooled. If you watch that same video but turn off the sound & pay close attention to the face of the woman you can see that she is in pain & that she is not enjoying herself. Here’s a scientific fact, most women’s vaginas aren’t designed to hold anything longer than 4- 5 inches.
” Scientists looked at 100 women and found that vagina lengths, range from 2.75 inches to about 3¼ inches. When a woman is aroused, it increased to 4.25 inches to 4.75 inches” (Scientific Study done by WebMD).
So how can I please a woman?
First I recommend you get to know her. Second, you should romance her. Take her to do things you both enjoy, take her on dates, & put effort into your relationship. Finally, in the bedroom foreplay is very important.
There’s a saying that goes “it’s not the size that counts, but what you can do with it”.
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