Is bigger equals better performance?
Oscar is a typical case like others who argue owing a small penis,
“and although she did not tell me anything, but I know that
in our inner sexual encounters did not pay as expected.”
• Johnny, 28: I know women do not want a relationship with
me, because I have a very small member. I had a relationship once
that ended up leaving me.
• Charly, 41: I say otherwise but I know that women like it
large, and I believe that there is a direct relationship between
sexual potency and thickness because the penis fills with more blood
Larger, more power?
The partnership between penis size - manhood – sexual power,
is a deep – rooted belief among males. Many argue that their
partners think they do not perform as they should because the size
of their penis is not satisfactory, although they did not confess.
If it is a succession of understood and assumptions (he believe
that, she believes, he believes…) and these silences and suspicions
are generating conflict situations.
When it becomes an obsession might the sexual appetite due to the
belief that it is going to be embarrassment, this is acting as a
true screen: he still maintains indoors alone, has no partner, because
a matter of size!
Not going to think that this complex affects only in heterosexual
men but I have heard some of my homosexual patients inhibiting their
sexual activity because the small penis. In their circles also prefers
those who have the large one.
• Julian, 29: I am gay and I am not fixed on the long but
• Darius, 36: Gay scene size is very important. Who will lie
about being gay with a little penis?
A test of virility?
One of the most widely accepted legend is that the larger the penis,
the most virile male during intercourse. That means that the size
is directly related to the ability of an individual.
• Vivian, 46: I like it when they have it thick.
• Damian, 29: When I penetrate my girlfriend, after a while
I feel that my member dances within the vagina, this is my obsession.
As closure of this Part one we can say that this is a very common
problem in men and a frequent, distressing and repeated query at
the sexologist consulting. I will continue in successive chapters.
*Dr. Adrian Sapetti, MD, Psychiatrist, Sexologist