No matter how often women reassure men that size does not matter, men still can’t help craving bigger ones. In South Africa, it’s really easy to buy penis enlarging creams. Price Check even compares the prices of competing products.

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“It’s not the size of the boat it’s the motion of the ocean.”

This sexual wisdom is passed around in this and a variety of other formations.

But as a man in a porn-drenched world filled with monstrously hung men, it’s apparently hard to not compare. Can you seriously not judge yourself if you look over and the man in the next urinal has to use both hands to keep his member from touching the bowl?
Judging ones genitalia is something that happens whether we care to speak about it or not and men and women are equally guilty of feeding this insecurity.

Male reactions to notions of penis size tend to vary.

Some guys seem happy to work with what they have. According to Nigerian Casanova it is all about the “pepe that you bring to the bedroom that sets the mouth alight.” Others like to wax lyrical about having a third leg. Others, still, have been known to immediately respond “I am not gay”, misunderstanding the question posed; but we all do what we can.

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Women of course don’t hesitate to chime in with their views, and while many maintain that size does not matter – it is how the ‘man puts it down’ – there are those who claim they’re not interested unless it looks like it has been genetically modified.

Most of the women I spoke to opted for the middle ground. As one respondent put it, “enormous penises are a nightmare of pain and small penises are the devil.” There are horror stories of condoms slipping off and of penises being too large to occupy the space afforded them.

One can think of the average member like a bowl of porridge in Goldilocks and the Three Bears: it needs to be just right.

But how can a man be sure he’s “just right” for any lady?


Ukamaka Doris, a graduate of Mass Communication, from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka has a flair in writing and news reporting which led her into blogging. Previously, Ukamaka Doris has worked as an editor at and presenter at Unizik FM, 94.1, Awka. Ukamaka Doris can be contacted via phone call at 08167016206

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