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Penis size has NOTHING to do with sexual adeptness.

Share Your Story: How I Stopped Worrying About Penis Size

By taters

Updated August 11, 2010

What I struggled with most

One of my partners (before getting married) had a very small penis (maybe 2 inches, and narrow). But wow, he was a great lover! His self confidence and ability to "use" it well during intercourse convinced me that penis size has nothing to do with sexual pleasure, at least from the female standpoint.

What made me work on it

He said he overcame his insecurity years before by learning male and female anatomy, and "practicing" with a woman he was in love with to determine ideal "moves" and ideal positions to make both of them "happy." It was more HIS idea to work on it than hers, but he had become a very self-confident (and incredible) lover. He is also very romantic and great at many other aspects of petting.

Lessons Learned

  • He learned that he was able to please his partners by knowing anatomy and knowing the best ways for him to "move" and interact to create pleasure for his partners and himself.
  • I learned that penis size has NOTHING to do with sexual adeptness. And I learned that the enthusiasm, self-confidence, and the entire creative regimen of a male is much more important than penis size in fostering my own enthusiasm and "results." He was fantastic, and is very self-confident in knowing that he is an excellent lover despite having a very small penis.

If I could say one thing to others about penis size now

Love-making is a whole package, not just "intercourse". You should learn how to use it--via body movement, where to stimulate the partner you are with, and via positions. Learn other methods of petting that will excite your partner in addition to intercourse, and make intercourse more exciting.

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