I’m frequently asked the question when it comes to the male appendage “Does size matter”. If you had asked me this question a couple of years ago my response would have been rather guarded, not having the benefit of my later experience. Now I have a more rounded and educated response to that question.
It may sound a little like I’m coping out or even cliché but I believe the answer to this is couple specific. What do I mean by that? Well, it‘s dependant on the coupling, one may have a large cock and the other a small vaginal passage or visa versa.
Therein lies the definitive answer, it’s based on physiology, not all men are built the same and neither are women. I’ve know women who have been on both sides of a mis-coupling.
One told me her partner was so big that having sex with him could be quite painful because of his size. They had to be careful not to penetrate too deeply. The other that she hadn’t experienced much during sex, she hadn’t really felt that there was anything inside her. You have to ask; If they had swapped partners would they have both been satisfied?
I’ve been quite fortunate in my choice of partners without prior knowledge of their prowess, non of my partners have disappointed on the cock front. But you have to acknowledge that it’s a little bit like Russian roulette, you don’t know how you will couple until you go for it.
Other factors which come in to play are medical ones. For example a lot of people are unaware that post menopausal women can undergo physical changes in addition to the hormonal ones. The vaginal passage in a post menopausal woman can be shorter than pre menopause. Likewise some men are born with a penis so small that they cannot penetrate the woman properly. These conditions can be worked around with understanding and sometime intervention but what I’m trying to say is don’t feel inadequate because I believe there is a partner for every shape and size out there.
And so the question should be rephrased to “Have I found the right sized partner for me?” So yes, the answer is yes size does matter but not in the way you would initially have thought.