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October 22, 2018 - Welcome Guest!

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Is it a question of size?


I am a fun loving guy, but I feel inferior when having sex with my girlfriend because of the length of my penis. It is short in length, around 3.5 - 4 inches during erection. The width is normal.

Does the length of the penis affect one's sex life if it is shorter? What is the normal length that should make my partner happy? Is there any treatment possible to lengthen the penis? What is it?

Paul (27 year-old man)


Will start at the end of the question and say that every man is destined to have the penis length he has, just as he is destined to the color of his eyes. There is no surgery, no pills, no creams, and no vacuum pumps that is going to alter what nature has given each of us.

It is important to remember that most women (around 85%) are not orgasmic during intercourse and those who are usually are because they are able to get some clitoral stimulation during the act. One of the best ways for a woman to get clitoral stimulation is to get on top and stay in close as she moves. At this point, the length of a man's penis will not matter in terms of clitoral stimulation (since the clitoris is outside the vagina).

I would be lying to you if I told you that penis size is immaterial to all women, for the truth is that some like them big and we are not going to change their minds. Your task is to find a woman who loves you as a total human being, enjoys what you can do with your hands and mouth, and happily climbs up on top and moves in a way that she gets the clitoral stimulation she needs.

If you worry and avoid women, you will never learn how much love and satisfaction you are able to give.

Bob Birch

Robert W. Birch, Ph.D., is a retired sex therapist, now identifying himself as a sexologist and adult sexuality educator. He now devotes his time to writing educational and self-help books for adults.

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