Penis Girth – Is It Important?

November 8, 2021 by No Comments

The age-old question, “Does size matter?” has been debated for eons. Both men and women alike are interested to know what really gives. Men are obsessed with the size of their penis and many have found ways to make their member larger. That’s why the penis enlargement industry is booming offering everything — from cream, pills, patches, weights, traction devices, and even surgery. The media and the overly-hyped stories of ‘well-endowed’ men have undoubtedly contributed to the already convoluted subject of penis size.

Men with larger organs are regarded to be more manly and better in bed. Thus, “Bigger is better” has become a popular adage. Furthermore, this insight seems to emanate from male vanity rather than the pleasure that your penis can provide. A small penis is equated to diminished masculinity, virility, and at times, also associated to impotency.

But, in fact, most researches have revealed that the average penis size is not the 12” advertised by porn stars. Besides, these porn stars are not representative of the average man Shibuya Kaho. They may very well be more well-endowed than you (this is their luck) or have undergone some enlargement procedure. The average penis size is actually between 5.5 to 6.4 inches in erect length and 4.7 to 5.2 inches in girth.

But countless women have agreed that the length of the penis has not much to do with sexual pleasure; but width may indeed matter in the long run. It has to do with stimulating their G-spot which is supposed to be located about two inches inside the upper wall of the vagina.

The nerves that are stimulated during sexual intercourse are located near the entrance of the vagina and the anus. Penis girth is significant here since a meatier penis can stretch out the vaginal or anal walls that stimulate the nerves. This creates friction and sensation that most women love during a sexual experience.

Anyway, preference is still based on the individual woman. Because of the points highlighted above, many women have a penchant for larger dicks. But remember, it’s not only a big penis women crave. They seek passion, intimacy and emotional connection. Remember to show her your love by giving her flowers, a sensual massage, or candles with rose petals. Assault her senses with romantic gestures and you’ll be well rewarded. If you have a girthy penis, you’ll be rewarded even more .

A review of the dark comic noir, PERMANENT OBSCURITY: Or a Cautionary Tale of Two Girls and Their Misadventures with Drugs, Pornography and Death by Dolores Santana (as told to Richard Perez)

A mock “cautionary tale” of drugs, death, and fame, PERMANENT OBSCURITY is a warped and funny novel in many ways. Full of snappy urban dialog, kinky dominatrix scenarios, and a friendship gone awry, it tells a spiraling, madcap story of two drug-loving young women, Dolores and Serena who, in the pursuit of “making art,” fall prey to their own terrors of failure and end up becoming famous because of it.

“Fame and Obscurity: an Ironic Tale” might have been another title for this story, because this is in fact what happens: it plays with the tabloid notion of fame sometimes touching the least deserving people. Remember the film, TAXI DRIVER and the ending with Travis Bickle, the film’s psychopathic protagonist, becoming famous in the newspapers? That’s what I thought of when I got to the end of this novel. In a way, this story is an exploration of infamy vs. fame, which in this era of media obsession is hardly any distinction at all: as long as you get there. It doesn’t matter if it’s through the porn star route or through some perverted crime involving murder.

The story of PERMANENT OBSCURITY begins with Dolores Santana, the book’s narrator and “author,” telling of how she met her best friend (and partner in crime) Serena Moon. And — as this is a story of two criminal artistes — Dolores’ explains that her “art” was photography while Serena’s first love was “performance.” Serena, a teenage model and wild child, fronted a series of rock bands and played the part of punk rock diva, drinking Maker’s Mark and doing “yeyo” (coke). It’s through a love of partying that both women hook up and the seeds of their destruction are planted.

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