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I'm Zachary Zane, a sex writer and ethical manwhore a fancy way of saying I sleep with a lot of people, and I'm very, very open about it. Over the years, I've had my fair share of sexual experiences, dating and sleeping with hundreds of people of all genders and orientations.
In doing so, I've learned a thing or two about navigating issues in the bedroom and a bunch of other places, TBH. I'm here to answer your most pressing sex questions with thorough, actionable advice that isn't just "communicate with your partner," because you know that already. Ask me anything—literally, anything—and I will gladly Sexplain It. To submit a question for a future column, fill out this form. It's around 5 inches long and on the thinner side.
My penis size has caused very real problems in every relationship I've had. Many times my partner couldn't even tell if I've penetrated them or not. The therapist of one woman I dated encouraged her to tell me that my penis size and sex was an issue. So my question is: Should I be patient and find a woman that I can connect with in all the ways I would like or give up on the sexual satisfaction component of a relationship? The average erect penis is 5. I also want you to know there are plenty of women who will be able to feel you inside them: A report in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology found the average depth of the vagina is about 3.
Though it does expand when aroused, your 5-inch peen's presence will certainly be known! When I shared your question with sex and relationship expert Shamyra Howard , LCSW, she suggested you may be feeling insecure about your totally-average penis due to the "stereotype that Black men have the biggest in the world. Now, to answer your question: Please do NOT give up on the sexual satisfaction component of a relationship! You can and should find a woman you connect with emotionally and physically. Let's talk about how to maximize your chances of success in the bedroom.
The first step is beating the insecurity you have around your penis size. Whatever the root cause, your shame is probably affecting the way you approach sex. It's time to break that cycle. It's time to embrace the art of Big Dick Energy. Even if you don't have the word's biggest peen, people are attracted to a man who acts like he does.
No matter how well you're endowed, women will be draw to your confidence—your swagger. As long as you don't go overboard and enter into over-compensating jerk territory. Channel your inner BDE tastefully: Develop a workout routine that makes you feel powerful and energized; wear clothes that make you feel sexy; be proud of your quirks and unique hobbies; smile and make eye contact when you talk to people. Cultivating BDE isn't a panacea. For some women, bigger penises just hurt. They'd rather have sex with a 5-inch dick.
Next, let's talk about how you're having sex. Judging by the way you phrased your question, it sounds like you're putting a lot of focus on penetration. Not only will this force you to dwell on the size of your junk, but it's also a very limited view of what sex is. So let's shift your focus away from penetration. Besides, most women can't orgasm from penetration alone. They also need direct clitoral stimulation—which is why you should learn how to get freaking great at fingering and oral sex. And take your time. So many guys do this seconds-of-fingering-before-sticking-your-dick-in business.
If that happens to be you, I want you to cut it out. So make out. Play with her breasts. Tease her. Finger her. Use your tongue. Get creative with the help of these other foreplay tips. Penetration can be nothing more than a "finishing move," so to speak. Whenever I have a long foreplay session, my partners and I always end up orgasming very quickly when we finally start penetration. We're both just so freakin' turned on.
And no one's thinking about penis size. I also want you to start bringing sex toys into the bedroom. Your dick isn't a magic wand, but do you know what is? The actual Magic Wand. Last but not least, I spoke to some sex researchers earlier this week and published a piece about the best sex positions for men with small penises.
Again, I think your penis is average, but you did mention there have been times when women didn't feel you penetrating them. So, you may find this list helpful. Try out these positions and see which ones you have the most success with—then stick to it. United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. An Accident Nearly Killed Me. Therapy Saved Me. Annie Spratt. Men's Health. Subscribe to Men's Health. Related Stories. Magic Wand. Zachary Zane Zachary Zane is a Brooklyn-based writer, speaker, and activist whose work focuses on lifestyle, sexuality, culture, and entertainment.
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