Anxiety provoking as it may be, starting this book with this topic is my way of assuring you that if knowledge of male sexuality is what you seek, that is exactly what you’ll find here. You can rely on this guide for comprehensive answers and honest advice, no subject is off limits.
Is size important? Men have been asking themselves (and the women in their lives) this question for centuries. Is size important? Ask a group this question and you’ll get a variety of answers but most fall into one of two categories: bigger is better or it’s not the size of the ship but the motion of the ocean.
Both schools of thought have points, don’t they? But they are not really talking about the same thing. In fact, bigger is better has nothing to do with the ocean and its motions. Each statement could be either true or false when viewed independently from the other. Moreover, each answer illustrates a truth, but each observation highlights something quite different. On the one hand, bigger is better is obviously a size issue, a mass issue, and altogether a material issue. Size is a matter of fact; it is genetic, predestined, and hereditary. The motion of the ocean, however, introduces a completely different concept.
To some, usually men with small penises, this idea is more valuable than bigger is better because it explains what to do after having a “God fucked me with a tiny dick” moment. The motion of the ocean is not a matter of fact and it cannot be assumed directly from genetics. Rather, it is a matter of function and how effectively you use what has been given to you. It is, if I may, success compensatory capability, and I think you’re starting to get it. Bigger is better is a material thing while the motion of the ocean is a functional thing. But let’s consider each more carefully.
If there is one truth about the size of a man’s Johnson it is that men care about the size of a man’s Johnson. At the very least, they care about the size of their Johnson. Women may say they do or they do not care but I challenge you to find a man that does not care about the size, shape, and stiffness of what he considers his most vital organ.
And we’re not the only breed with varying penis sizes. Let’s take a closer look at how other mammalian species match up to humans.
(Section on selected species and their penises, including animals with small cocks.)
It is important to note that not all men are the same. That being said, it is also important to see that we are not very different. While there certainly are men who have very small or very large phalluses, most men are within a couple of inches of one another. Unfortunately, for the psyche of many men, an inch may as well be a mile and thus, I fear my comments have not provided much relief.
Okay then, enough anticipation. After all, bad news is best delivered quickly, right?