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Lately I have been hearing a lot about the importance of penis girth. What’s with that? Excuse me if I’m wrong, but didn’t it used to be all about the length? Nowadays, most women despise thin erections- apparently because they don’t provide the stimulation and full feeling they seem to crave. This doesn’t make any sense to me, though.
What is a guy with a thinner than average penis to do???
-Thin’s Not In?
Dear Thin’s Not In?,
Let me give you the scoop on penis length/girth. As you might know, most of the nerve endings are concentrated in the outer 1/3 of the vagina (closest to the opening.) That’s why a lot of people say that the length of the penis doesn’t actually make much of a difference. Though I have heard some women say they prefer girth to length, I have also heard the opposite. There’s a wide variety of preferences. I don’t know much about your situation, but I would definitely advise you to consider whether your troubles might merely be imagined on your end. After all, men (like women) are constantly bombarded with images of ideal body types that only a small proportion of the population actually have. There could certainly be some body dysmorphic disorder going on (which, to put it simply, means that you are getting anxious and preoccupied with your perceived physical flaw.) If you can’t seem to shake the negative feelings, please consider talking to a professional.
Also, if a partner has told you your girth is an issue, keep this in mind: only about 4 in 10 women can orgasm from vaginal intercourse alone. If your partner can’t achieve orgasm strictly from intercourse, this may have more to do with a lack of clitoral stimulation than your girth. (She might not be aware of this herself… Or, who knows, maybe she is. The following advice assumes you haven’t ditched her for being perhaps a bit too demanding and judgmental.) If she’s having troubles, you could always try putting more focus on foreplay. (Check out our episode “The Importance of Foreplay.”) By taking your time getting ‘warmed up,’ she may have an easier time achieving orgasm, regardless of your size.
My main advice? Work what you’ve got! Very few women know the specific girth of their partners, but I guarantee they notice their confidence.
You may also want to check out the following videos, in which the Cherry Dish ladies discuss their spectrum of different penis preferences:
Best of luck,
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