What would you ask others about their sex life that you are otherwise too polite to ask ?

Your Age:
Gender:
Male Female
Sexual Orientation:
Straight Bi Gay

Visit the "Ask Forum" to see the questions, answers and comments of others
icame CATEGORIES
Sex, Life, & Relationships
- Workshop & Counseling
- Unconventional Spice
- Relationship Tools & Advice

Improving Sex:
- Foreplay
- Oral Sex
- Sexual positions
- Mutual Masturbation
- Sex Toys
- Anal Pleasure


Male sexuality:

- Male Masturbation
- Penis Size
- Male Orgasm
- Men's Sexual Health
- Male Sexual Anatomy

Female Sexuality:
- G spot
- Female Orgasm
- Female Masturbation
- Women's Sexual Health
- Female Sexual Anatomy
- Vagina Size

Additional Resources:
- E-Cards
- Sex Stories
- Most Asked Questions
- Sex Surveys Statistics
- Sex Quotes
- Sex Humor
- Games & Quizzes

Penis Size and Woman’s Reaction

Most men have the misconceived notion that penis size matters a lot. The truth is that size really does matter – but usually only to men. Though there are certainly some women out there who are concerned with the size of a man's penis, most women are far more concerned with what a man can do with his penis. In other words, penis size is far less important than penile skills. This is especially true since most women barely feel any sensitivity after an object penetrates past the first third of their vaginas, where majority of the nerve sensors are located.

The average size of an erect penis is approximately five & half inches long. Unfortunately, most men are uncomfortable with their penis size and they feel that their penises should be longer than the ruler they use to measure them. Since men have a natural need to feel competitive about their penis sizes, a bit of penis paranoia is perfectly normal. However, normal is not the equivalent is not equivalent of necessary.

While some women are happy to see a penis that is a bit above the average size, there is also such a thing as a penis that is too large. Women’s bodies are designed to give birth, but that is not a physically pleasurable experience. So even though the largest penis on earth could technically fit inside of a woman, it doesn’t mean that she’s going to like it.

Even though it may be tempting to get caught up in the penis obsession that permeates our culture, there is no reason to give in to temptation. Instead of focusing on a penis that is too big, too small, too skinny, or too fat, Focus on what you can do with your penis. When it all comes down to it, women want to receive pleasure as much as men do. And as is evident by the varied shapes of the sex toys on the market, looks and pleasure are not one in the same.

Share your story …. Help others learn from your experience....


Your Age:
Your Name (optional):  
Your E-mail (optional):
Gender: Male Female
Sexual Orientation Straight Bi Gay



and more...