Penis inadequacy is a real fear. Guys might not see it plastered across billboards as much as women have body image ideals foisted on them, but the pop culture zeitgeist certainly makes it known: Bigger is better. So, curious about how Millennial women really felt about their partners' penises, Cosmopolitan. And just so we don't leave you hanging: 89 percent said they were not worried about their boyfriend's penis size, and, when asked how they'd classify their partner's penis, most of them 56 percent went with "average.
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As some men fret over their perceived masculinity, women have a different view on the subject. The facts might surprise you. It's an age-old issue that men struggle with: Does the size of my penis really matter? The question covers layers of worry and fear, as men consider their possible inadequacy. The answer is more complicated than you think. First, the facts. According to a study reported in the journal Psychology of Men and Masculinity , the erect penis size of most men — 68 percent — is between 4. About 16 percent of men have an erect penis size longer than 6.
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Size matters. If you have more, you can do less and still satisfy a woman. Oral sex is KEY. I need to feel my man waayyy up. Length, less so. Size does matter when it comes to having an orgasm through intercourse, and length is less important than girth. A good average penis tends to do the trick for me. The whole big hands, big feet thing is a total lie. This is the one area of life where it is completely acceptable — in fact, preferred — to be average. Average is good.
So, what are we to make of this? Does penis-size matter at all to a healthy sex life, or is it time to crush the size stigma once and for all? We went to certified sex coach and writer Gigi Engle to get to the tip of it. Generally speaking, no. Size is regularly ranked as one of the least important things for people who have sex with penis-owners. More important than size is empathy, confidence, and communication. Oh, and oral sex of course. Most women and people with clitorises require external clitoral stimulation in order to experience orgasm. Meaning, the size of someone's penis isn't going to dictate your ability to orgasm After all, in a poll of our community members , penetration didn't even rank in the top two ways to orgasm!