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Resources for the "smaller than average" groom or married man?

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Re: Resources for the "smaller than average" groom or married man?

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CTim wrote: Sat May 01, 2021 4:55 am @Samantha
Another factor that might explain the lack of resources is that being smaller is not really a problem when it comes to actual sex. While being smaller than average might make a position or two ineffective, large boobs and extra large penises are where most of the real physical problems and limitations are. Being less endowed might create self doubt and confidence issues, but it sure doesn't cause back problems or pain during intercourse. :D
You’re absolutely right!
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Re: Resources for the "smaller than average" groom or married man?

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Thinking a little bit about anatomy, the most sensitive region of the vagina is the outermost third. This means that if a man's penis is longer than about 3 inches, there's little to be gained from a longer one in terms of being able to stimulate the sensitive parts of the vagina during sex.
Given that the average is about 6 inches, you've got to be a long way below average for it actually to be a problem.

Assuming that a couple is monogamous, the only way that a wife will know that her husband's penis is anything other than average is if she measures it and looks it up. Similarly, whilst most men will likely have seen other men in changing rooms etc. they're unlikely to have seen many other men's penises whilst erect so it's difficult for them to have anything to compare against.

Statistically, about 50% of men will have a smaller than average penis, but I suspect that most of them won't actually know or will be close enough to average that it's not a problem.
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Re: Resources for the "smaller than average" groom or married man?

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David wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 10:02 am Thinking a little bit about anatomy, the most sensitive region of the vagina is the outermost third. This means that if a man's penis is longer than about 3 inches, there's little to be gained from a longer one in terms of being able to stimulate the sensitive parts of the vagina during sex.
Given that the average is about 6 inches, you've got to be a long way below average for it actually to be a problem.

Assuming that a couple is monogamous, the only way that a wife will know that her husband's penis is anything other than average is if she measures it and looks it up. Similarly, whilst most men will likely have seen other men in changing rooms etc. they're unlikely to have seen many other men's penises whilst erect so it's difficult for them to have anything to compare against.

Statistically, about 50% of men will have a smaller than average penis, but I suspect that most of them won't actually know or will be close enough to average that it's not a problem.
These are all great points, David!
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Re: Resources for the "smaller than average" groom or married man?

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GeorgeB wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 10:17 am
David wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 10:02 am Thinking a little bit about anatomy, the most sensitive region of the vagina is the outermost third. This means that if a man's penis is longer than about 3 inches, there's little to be gained from a longer one in terms of being able to stimulate the sensitive parts of the vagina during sex.
Given that the average is about 6 inches, you've got to be a long way below average for it actually to be a problem.

Assuming that a couple is monogamous, the only way that a wife will know that her husband's penis is anything other than average is if she measures it and looks it up. Similarly, whilst most men will likely have seen other men in changing rooms etc. they're unlikely to have seen many other men's penises whilst erect so it's difficult for them to have anything to compare against.

Statistically, about 50% of men will have a smaller than average penis, but I suspect that most of them won't actually know or will be close enough to average that it's not a problem.
These are all great points, David!

Hey George, from what I've read, you aren't allowed in this club! JK JK! :P
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