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SEX AND SEXUAL PROBLEMS: MYTH ABOUT HUGE PENIS

While we’re on that subject, it’s interesting to hear the attitudes of both men and women about penis size and how it relates to sexual performance. There has always been a popular mythology that a huge penis is the symbol of masculinity, potency and sexual magnificence. The comparisons start in the school toilets and are continued in porn magazines and movies with leading men like Long Dong Silver or John Holmes. Obviously their penises are going to be huge. After all, that’s how they got the job, but it doesn’t mean that every other man has to measure up to be a good lover. The average erect penis is about thirteen and a half centimetres long, and that’s more than enough for intercourse. The traditional emphasis on penis size ignores the erotic value of the rest of a man’s body. How you make love is more to the point.

A frequent complaint from women is that their partner ‘goes straight for the crotch’. In an effort to get her to a state of arousal quickly it is tempting to try to bypass the build-up but to be frank there is no way to rush a woman’s sexual arousal phase. It is designed to build up gradually. The clitoris is the only part of the human anatomy that exists exclusively to focus sexual pleasure. But it is not a sexual ‘magic lantern’ … rub it, say the magic words and you get your wish. In fact, touching the clitoris before a woman is aroused can be a really unpleasant, even painful, sensation. A woman’s sexual response is a total body response and also depends heavily on her state of mind.

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