Manhood Size: Not a Big Deal for Women
Men have a lot of worries. They worry about everything from finances to cleaning the yard to what they might have for dinner to what they are dealing with at work, and everything in between. They also spend a lot of time worrying about what others think about them, particularly their romantic partners. That’s one of the reasons savvy men spend regular time on good member care. Not only do they want to do what’s right for their physical health, they want to make sure that their manhood is presentable for the partner they want to please.
But pleasing their partners might be much easier than most men think. A study published in the quarterly journal of Psychology of Men and Masculinity found that men and women view manhood size quite differently.
What men think about manhood size
The study focused on over 52,000 participants who took a survey concerning their manhood size and how they felt about themselves. The survey found that most men – 66% — rated their member as an average size. Twenty-two percent rated themselves as ‘large’ while 12% reported they were ‘small.’
How did they feel about their size? Men who were taller tended to report a more positive emotion about their manhood size, while men who were overweight were more negative. Those who reported a larger manhood size were more confident, suggesting that size plays a significant factor in how a man feels about himself overall.
However, many men were not satisfied. Though 55% of men said they were okay with their current manhood size, a large portion – 45% — wanted to be larger. Only 0.2% wanted to be smaller. The men questioned were all between the ages of 18 and 65; there were no differences in the overall results when age was factored in.
In other words, the way men feel about their member seems to be a lifelong notion. But what do women think?
How women view manhood size
When it comes to satisfaction, men and women view the question of manhood size quite differently. Remember that only 55% of men were satisfied with their size. But a whopping 85% of women were satisfied with the manhood size of their partner.
That means that for many men, the worries about whether a partner will enjoy their manhood size are all psychological and might not be based on fact. Just as a man might roll his eyes when a female partner asks whether she is attractive – of course she is! – a woman might have the same reaction when a man laments his ability to please might be limited by manhood size.
The next time a woman says everything is just fine and she is entirely pleased, believe her. And remember that good male organ health, no matter the manhood size, will go a long way toward satisfaction for both partners.
Ensuring the best male organ health
No matter how a man feels about his manhood size, he can help ensure everything looks great by using a high-quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best crème will contain a plethora of vitamins and nutrients, such as vitamin C, which helps with skin elasticity, and vitamin B5, which is integral for healthy tissue. Alpha-lipoic acid is a powerful amino acid that helps fight the signs of early on aging; vitamin A is also helpful in this regard. All those nutrients combined in a high-end emollient like Shea butter with vitamin E can help ensure member skin stays smooth, supple and ready for inspection by an eager partner.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.