Trust me when I say being in the middle of the bell curve is a good thing. Average, where most of us humans tend to hang out. Yes, some of us fall a deviation or two to the left or the right of the mean, but they are not average. Average is where you’re going to spend most of your time. Average is not a bad thing, it is normal.
I Have a Love of Average Cock!
I love a cock that is of average size. There, I said it. I don’t know why this does not get discussed more often. It should, for everyone’s sake. The amount of tension around this particular topic is… astronomical. Just so we are clear, the average length of an erect penis is 4.7 inches to 6.8 inches and vaginal depth ranges from 3 to 7 inches. Did you know that?
Us girls are many things, but we are not magic never-ending “deep” pockets. We have organs inside of us. And we aren’t superhuman, we cannot shift our organs at will. When you bring 8 or more inches to the table, that’s a lot of unusable dick hanging out in the cold while the cervix is getting repeatedly poked and prodded. Sorry I know that sounds blunt guys, but it’s the truth.
I talk to my girlfriends. A lot. We talk about a range of things man based. Including size. My girlfriends are unaware of my extracurricular activities. I believe them when they say, they agree with me…. average is WONDERFUL. See, any bigger than 8 inches and let me tell you, oral gets hard on the jaw, mouth etc. Sex can become really painful, so something to avoid, even though you may love the man himself. And anal, well anal is just never going to happen. Unless the woman in question has put herself through “butthole training”. And let’s face it, these women are in the extreme minority.
It’s Easy to Be Impressed by Big Things
Large cocks visually look quite impressive. Sure, I get it. When you see something that is outside the bell curve, it is attention-getting. Big muscles, big buildings, big dicks, big trucks, big breasts, big asses, big gets your attention. We tend to think of it as a selling point. Look how BIG!! So mighty!
But as long as I have your attention, I’m going to let you in on a little secret—it is an important one. Do you know what I have heard discussed time and again my entire life? Women being grateful when they are blessed with a partner sporting an average sized dick; thankful that they don’t have to have oral and intercourse with a King Kong. Because that is the sort of thing that wears one out, and not in a good way. It can be very off-putting.
The sharp pain experienced when someone is tattooing their initials on your cervix with their member is not one you will ever forget. While there are sexy time masochists that do enjoy that specific type of pain, they are in the minority. Outside of the bell curve, as it were. Most of us like average cock. It is a perfect fit. I also hear this time and again amongst my peers.
Women Are Not Fixated on Penises.
In my experience, men tend to be much more fixated on their genitals than women are. Men focus on them, measure them, buy pills and potions, even have surgeries. They brood upon them, endlessly cataloguing all the ways in which they aren’t good enough, big enough, MANLY enough.
The truth is, 99% of women operate person first, genitals second. A photo of the treasure in your pants is not going to dickmatize her into a lusty trance over your mesmerising man meat. A large dick is not a magic wand. Genitals are just part of the overall package. If you can get a woman to like YOU, she will find your dick the most amazing dick in the whole world. If she doesn’t like you, it doesn’t matter what your dick looks like. I wish more men would understand this concept.
I have never dated someone because of the size or shape of their genitals. I’ve dated them because I like the person they are attached to. Not once have I refused to interact with someone because they were too small. However, I most certainly have for those that were too big. The men I have turned down over the years for bringing too much to the party were understanding. They had been turned down for it in the past and they knew they were going to get turned down again in the future. Because bell curve.
The next time you find yourself investing your energy in being frustrated about being normal and reasonably designed, stop and take a deep breath. Realise that you are much less likely to hurt people or be turned down. And then give your average sized friend a thumbs up and say “Good job! You are doing great.” Because you are, and non-bruised cervixes everywhere thank you for that fact.