Does size really matter? What size are we talking about here? What else but the topic that creates a lot of debates amongst women – the penis. Three women offer their perspectives on the “size question” and whether it makes a difference during sex.
Does size really matter?
Maria (office clerk, 26 years old, married): Yes, size matters. But this does not mean that I’m looking for a man who has a 10-inch penis. It just needs to be adequate. Someone whose penis size is 5 or 6 inches would be great in bed. Apart from size, I also want it to look good. It should not have too much veins and skin tone should be the same with the rest of his skin.
Jessica (student, 22 years old, single): Yes, it matters. But it matters more to men than to women. I used to have this guy who was so insecure with the size of his penis. We eventually broke up because of his insecurity. He even told me that having sex with a virgin made him comfortable because that was the only way that the girl couldn’t compare him to another guy.
Rebecca (teacher, 31 years old, divorced): Not really as long as your partner knows how to satisfy you in bed.
What’s the right size for you?
Jessica: I can’t say what size I want, but I’m sure that I want a man whose penis is just right for my size. I don’t want one that’s way too big or way too small. If I was a big woman, I’d definitely go for a large penis.
Rebecca: My husband doesn’t have the biggest penis in the world, but we really have a great time in bed. I am comfortable about giving him a mouth job because the size is just right. I’m not worried I’ll bite into his penis and hurt it.
Does size matter when it comes to oral sex?
Maria: Yes. This is the part where it’s so much better when the penis is smaller. It makes breathing so much easier to do.
Jessica: I also like it small when I do a mouth job. I always gag whenever the penis is too big and reaches the back of my throat.
What’s too big for you?
Maria: I’d say anything that’s more than 6 inches is too much.
Jessica: Six inches is also my limit.
Rebecca: Six inches would be fine, even 7 will do.
What’s too small for you?
Maria: I’d be bothered by a penis that’s less than 4 inches. I wouldn’t enjoy looking at it too.
Jessica: I don’t care that much about the size. It’s the least of my concerns.
Rebecca: Less than 4 inches were already small and may not be enough. There’s just no way for me to say that with certainty unless I try one out. That’s impossible considering that I have a husband and we’re happy.
Would you ever dump a guy because of the size of his penis?
Maria: I’d probably think twice before going into a relationship with someone whose penis is less than 4 inches.
Jessica: No. But if it’s too big that he’d hurt me every time or it’s too small that I couldn’t reach orgasm, the relationship would deteriorate eventually.
Rebecca: It depends on the situation. It hasn’t happened to me yet, so it’s safe to say no.
If you’re bothered by the size and want to dump him, would you be honest with the guy or give another reason for the breakup?
Maria: I wouldn’t do that. It’s just ridiculous. I’d rather make up a story. Breaking up with him is bad enough. Saying that it’s because of the size is adding insult to injury.
Jessica: No. I’d lie to him and make up an excuse. If someone told me that he’d leave because I wasn’t good in bad, I’d probably need therapy for years.
Rebecca: I won’t say it too him if the size was too small, but I wouldn’t hesitate to tell him that I was leaving because it was way too big for me. I guess the latter sounds better.
There you go guys. Women have different views when it comes to size. We can say that although some women care about size, what really matters to them is how you perform in bed. As long as it’s over 4 inches but not over 7 inches, she’ll still have a great time and not run away from you. Of course, you have to be good in bed. Don’t just rely on your penis size. In most instances, it isn’t enough to satisfy her.