Penis Size: Common Questions and Answers

The size of one’s penis is totally beyond their control and just like other parts of the body, regardless of how big or small it may be, doesn’t reflect the person you are on the inside.

However, a good majority of men both, young and young at heart, become self-conscience about the size of their penis. Sometimes to the point that they get totally stressed out over not being able to find any reliable information. With a limited supply of legitimate places to do research getting them overwhelmed. Therefore, making it a safe assumption to say that doubt about one’s penis is totally erroneous. Having the ultimate sexual experience of your life is possible regardless of the size of your penis. Below is a list of the top 10 questions they have about their penis size along with the 10 upfront and honest answers to them.

Human Penis Sizes

Human Penis Sizes

How Big Is the Average Man’s Penis? Because everyone is built differently, it’s difficult to get an accurate estimation. Due to a huge variation in the length and thickness of each individuals penis, it has been next to impossible to get the proper information needed for global statistics to come up with an average penis size.

Is the Size of a Person’s Penis More Important for Men or Women? Is it true that those with larger members have better love lives? Do others really care about the size of your penis? A study performed by several researchers has brought into light just how important others feel about how big someone’s penis is and now here are the results.

Are Penis Pumps Effective Devices to Use? They are a popular item which is available today that most individuals utilize in their daily lives for enlarging the penis. And more than likely, you’ve received numerous email notifications about how great these products actually work. Does this sound too good to be true? Is there something available on the market to enlarge a person’s penis?

Is My Penis Too Small to Enjoy Sexual Activity? It’s not uncommon for men to feel insecure about the size of their penises, which was probably programmed into them at a very young age. Even though I’m a bit skeptical about the entire subject, here’s the most common reason why men are ashamed about the size of their penis.

Can I Rely on the Studies Performed About Penis Size? As I mentioned before, due to the difficulty of measuring the penis, there’s not enough accurate information to provide for statistical analysis. It might seem like a cut and dry process, but in actuality it’s much harder than it appears. Furthermore, there is a lot of misinformed research floating around in today’s world regarding penis size.

How Does My Penis Compare to Others? The average guy tends to compare himself to other men, and if you’re coming to this conclusion by watching those pornographic films, it’s probably not wise to view yourself in comparison to the guys on your computer monitor or television screen. Here is the truth about measuring up, and trying to compare the size of your penis to other men.

Am I Genitally Compatible With Another Person? Is it actually possible to locate your “Sexual Soul mate”? Does the size of your penis really matter and will it help you to find the perfect partner? (Note from Editor: According to Native American spiritual traditions surrounding sexuality, the answer to this question is “Yes!” Commonly known as Qadoshka, which I believe discusses the six various kinds of vulva’s and talks about which one’s are the most compatible with different sized penises. Such as, those that are perfectly straight, slightly curved, etc.)

What’s the Definition of a Micro-penis? Find out more about the clinical qualifications of an extra small penis. A large majority of men feel that they are well endowed and think this can’t possibly apply to them.

What Does It mean to Have Small Penis Syndrome? There is a new diagnosis that’s been proposed for men who’re insecure about the size of their penis even after receiving the news that it’s not smaller than the rest.

Why the Obsession About How Big One’s Penis Is? Many people say that the size of a person’s penis is not on their list of top priorities, feeling that it’s more important to find out what they’re like on the inside. Regardless of how big or small someone’s penis is irrelevant and shouldn’t be a huge deal anyway.

Holiday Pressure for Commitment

I am 50 my boyfriend is 48. We have been dating 14 months, very involved in each other’s families especially the children. It appeared as though we were moving in the direction of marriage, although I never brought it up. He was very committed to our relationship, including me in every aspect of his life. He is a wonderful professional man, spiritual, and very family oriented. He has spoken often about our future together, his dreams and expectations, and wants to one day get married. I thought he meant me.

We worked very hard with preparations for his entire family (14 people) to stay at my house for thanksgiving holidays. It was wonderful but stressful. After all had left he began to pull back. I asked him where this relationship was going. He seemed a bit irritable with the question and says he doesn’t know if he can love me the way I need him to. He says needs a break, and I was hurt but willing to give this to him. Since then he still contacts me, spent Christmas with my kids and me and gave us all very generous gifts. He is seeing a counselor, has cried and says he doesn’t know what’s wrong, cant imagine not having me in his life.

He realizes he is depressed and has left for Texas to be with his family. He is very family oriented. I love him and want the best for him…He is worth waiting for and although it’s hurting I want to wait. Is he just afraid to take this step? Does he need this time for reflection before taking the plunge? He is sad and seems afraid. Can you tell me what does this mean? Please help with some insight.

Thank you…


A lot of relationships can be tested on vacations.

Hello Susan!

First, I NEVER recommend that anyone make life-changing (or enhancing) decisions during the holidays! Things are just too stressful and the pressure to “do the right thing” is awesome. Yet, few people take this advice, and do just what you did; start trying to get some commitment from their partners during this confusing time – knowing deep down that this confusion exists – and that you may get him to commit beyond what you might otherwise.

Did you sense some anger from him when you asked? Probably (and rightfully) so! While most men can’t express this verbally, they intuitively recognize the pressure asserted due to the expectations the holidays bring. Along with the tensions created by the season including family, friends, parties, getting just the right gift, etc., etc., he now has to deal with his future with you! That’s a lot to heap on all at one time.

My suggestion is to give him (and yourself) a couple of weeks into the new year to let things settle down. At least by the end of January you both should have clearer visions of what you want. That would be a good time to start looking to the future.

Let me add this however: marriage is only one “format” for relationships! There is a natural tendency, (particularly on the part of women) to see everything progressing toward marriage. However, as I tell people all the time, there aren’t too many divorces, there are too many marriages!

If your relationship is otherwise good, (or even great), what do you hope to gain specifically from a marriage that you don’t already have? Marriages don’t necessarily make relationships better, and often do just the opposite.

My Unfaithful Girlfriend

I was reading an article of a person you helped and wanted to ask you a question. My relationship with my girlfriend started about 9 month’s ago, at the beginning she liked my look, and asked for a friend to meet me. About a week later we met and got to know each other and finally started dating. As time passed, we started to get to know each other very well until one time she comes to me and says “we need to talk” I knew at that point that it was going to be about something serious so we went to the college lounge. She told me about her past, and I was really shocked by it! She said that when she was about 14 years old, she was molested, and as a result became very promiscuous. She told me that when she turned 18 and finished school she started working and studying in a different college. Since living in both environments allowed her to met a lot of people and started dating some of them and having one night stands with others, the number of people she had sex with different partners was about 32 guys in one year! I was so shocked about it that I told her I would need some time to reevaluate our relationship. Time passed and I kept thinking about what happened between us, I really liked this girl and she really liked me. For her to tell me those things I believed it was a sign of her trusting me, and at the same time I though that maybe some people just deserved a second chance. So I went to her place and told her that I could deal with her past. Our relationship was amazing that we even became best friends. We got to know each other so well, that eventually both of us fell in love. I even met her parents and they loved me. So at the end of the school year for the summer I went away from the US and she stayed with her parents for about 3 months. We kept our relationship alive by keeping in touch with each other through emails and letters.

When we finally got back together in August I saw her and things were not the same, I expected it might be since time and distance often change people. However we kept our promise on being together so we continued the relationship and it was still good, a little different but good since we were still in love. About a month later one of my close friends comes to me and tells me that he has terrible news for me, he said that he overheard her roommates criticizing her for cheating one me. I could not believe this! I couldn’t believe that the person I loved would do that to me, so I went to her room and asked her if it was true. She told me it was true but she still loved me. She cheated on me twice, the first time was after visiting her parents (after falling in love), she said she did it with her ex-boyfriend she told me that she didn’t want to do it, however her ex pushed her so finally she gave in and had sex with him. The other time she did it in her apartment lounge with a stranger she met that night thanks to her roommates. She did it in the lounge while her roommates were in the room, so obviously they found out and that is how I found out. I was so upset, confused and sad about it that I didn’t know what to do. 4 days passed and I asked her to come to my room to discuss what happened. I asked her why she cheated on me and she said that she doesn’t know. I asked her if she loves me and she said yes. So I was so confused that I told her to prove her love to me. I asked her to call her mom at midnight in front of me and tell her with how many guys she had slept. She did it, and I realized that she did love me so I accepted her back. She even said that out of all the men she’d been with, I was the only one she was going to marry and have children with because I accepted her based on what she is and I accepted her past. Even so, I somehow stopped trusting her.

In the beginning of our relationship she was constantly trying to please me, trying to earn my trust and she did. Afterwards she started to change a little bit, we were still talking and everything but I noticed she seems more distant from me. After about a month, she came to me and said that she wanted to end the relationship. Right now she is going out once a week with her ex-boyfriend (the guy slept with while I was out of the country). It really hurts and I don’t know what to do, some of my friends say to me that I should move on while others say to me that maybe she just needs some time away because she doesn’t want to hurt me again. I really need some help since this girl is completely different from any others I have dated because of her past. I am still in love with this girl!


My brother, what the hell are you thinking? How low is your self-esteem to put up with this bullshit? Since I’m not there, would you do me a favor and get one of your buddies to slap the hell out of you for me? There is nothing wrong with a woman having a lot of lovers in her past.

That isn’t an issue here. What ARE issues include:
1) She cheated on you, not once, but twice in a short time and you took her back
2) She cheated on you with an ex-boyfriend, which means she still kept in touch with them;
3) She’s dumped you for this guy (also a jackass for taking her back);
4) You still want to be her friend; and,
5) You would even consider getting back with this woman.

This is possibly a sign of a severe mental illness, and you might seriously want to consult a professional for some perspective. What could possibly be going through your mind to think that you would ever get back with her under any circumstance? Just because the sex was great? Of course it was – look at how much experience she has!

Further, that excuse about being molested as a child is just that – an excuse! She’s an adult now, and needs to deal with it. You are neither responsible for it, nor are you able to help her – SHE has to do that. It is only an excuse she uses on gullible guys (like you), to explain her unacceptable past. DO NOT buy into it. My brother, get your head back on straight. You don’t want this girl in your life. She’s only going to continue to take advantage of your trust and belief in her and you’re going to continue to get kicked in the head over and over again. MOVE ON! DO NOT call this girl, write to her, accept her calls or letters or email. DO NOT run into her, talk to her or have any further contact with her. I’d strongly urge you to get and read, “Being a Man in a Woman’s World” to really learn what’s going on here. If you don’t get this problem solved for yourself, you’re just going to go through life repeating it over and over again. You deserve better than this.

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