A survey of 200 women, aged over 18 years and from different ethnic groups, showed that 164 women were happy to have a partner with a penile size that was big enough to satisfy them (in this survey, this penile size was found to be about 6 inches, or 15.24 centimeters). A minority, 18 women, preferred men with larger than average penile size (7 to 8 inches or 17.78 to 20.32 centimeters), while another minority, 14 women, actually preferred men with a smaller penile size (about 5 inches or 12.7 centimeters).
The same group of women felt that the width of the men’s penis was more important than the length, as they believed that they enjoyed the feeling of a thick penis against their vaginal walls rather than the sensation of an unusually long penis thrusting into their insides. Most of the women also preferred their man to have a proportional penile size, that is, a length that is proportional to the width.
The penile factors Nitridex that the women in this survey listed as most important to them were:
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Another survey, done in 2000, of 50 women aged 18 to 25 years, revealed that 45 of them said the width of the penis felt better to them, while 5 of them said the length of the penis felt better. Some of the women reported that sex in a relationship was better than sex without commitment.
A possible reason for the women in this survey preferring the feel of the penis’ width is that this would contact with the outer part of the vagina, including the clitoral area. For most women, the sensitive areas are the clitoris and the vaginal opening. Also, the first two or three inches inside a vagina are more sensitive, while the upper two thirds of the vagina has far fewer nerve endings and is less sensitive. The vaginal walls also depend on pressure for sensation. Another sensitive area is deeper in the tissue of the vaginal wall. Called the “G spot”, this area requires more stimulation before a woman responds.
From these surveys, we conclude that most women prefer their men’s penile size to meet their own physical and psychological needs. A recent sex survey of women done in the UK, for example, does not even place penile size among the top five male attributes that the women considered important. The top attributes of men ranked by the respondents were, in order of importance, the face (55 per cent of the women surveyed), hair, shoulders, chest and hands.
What you need to do, when it comes to penile size, is to find out what your woman really wants! And here’s where we can help you, in this website, to know better what really stimulates both you and your woman when it comes to penile size and other related factors.