As women, we can’t ignore the fact that size matters. Perhaps it’s an imagination thing. No woman can deny that they haven’t wondered – even for the briefest of seconds – about what their man might be packing on a first date.
We come up with images in our minds about that moment of undressing, and we daydream about what that first sexual encounter might actually be like. But it’s not often accurate.
In fact, often, it’s a great big letdown. We don’t like to call it as such. But we can’t help feeling it.
According to a recent study, women are far more likely to have quicker and more intense orgasms if the man has a larger penis, so of course, we are more excited and satisfied when our fella has a larger member lurking about downstairs!
The Problem For Men
But for men, this has created problems. Society has told them that if you have a larger penis size, you are going to be seen as more attractive to women.
Even outside of the bedroom, it has become a badge of honour to have a larger penis. Even if no one actually sees or knows what a man is packing, they can be left with poor self-esteem and a loss of confidence in all walks of life just because of a small penis size.
The Solution For Men?
Perhaps this is why penis fillers are becoming more popular. As women, it can be quite hard to understand why men would choose to aesthetically improve their penis.
Although we prefer larger penises – whether we admit to it or not – it’s really only a fleeting disappointment during that sexual encounter.
If they’re good at sex, then they’re good at sex, and the penis reveal becomes a fleeting footnote in an otherwise entirely satisfying evening.
But it seems that more and more men are not seeing it that way. Increasing their penis size has become one of the less talked about ways to improve sex life – and get rid of that awkward moment of silence before a sexual encounter – and also to improve their mental health overall.
Not to mention – so long as they go to a professional – it’s safe. Penis fillers with PRP, for instance, are a minimally invasive process with a low risk of infection to granulomas. Side effects can be felt, of course, but so long as they have gone to a professional, they can be dealt with and talked through before the process begins.
This means that, in many cases, the reward greatly outweighs the risk.
Our Role As Women
It’s important, as women, not to judge this incline in popularity. Statistically, 45% of men are unhappy with their penis size, stating that it affects their everyday self-confidence and sex life.
If there is a way for men to end that problem – and do it safely with a professional – then that should certainly be accepted rather than scorned. Not to mention, it’s not all about sex. Penis fillers can disguise lumps, and bumps, and correct any unusual curvatures that may exist in a penis.
In this way, it’s about men feeling happy in their own skin. About feeling confident in themselves and ensuring they never feel inferior just because of their size… as well as not feeling anxious on that first date.
It’s our responsibility not to judge but to accept and respect the route men will take – whilst also doing everything in our power to make them feel it’s never an option that they have to take.