How to Have Great Sex with a Bigger-Than-Average Penis

How to Have Great Sexual Experience With A Bigger-Than-Average Penis

The average erect length of a man’s member is 5 inches (12.7 cm).

However, it varies from person to person due to genetics, hormones and other factors.

So what does that mean?

Well, it means that some men are lucky enough to have penises that measure up to 6 inches long or even larger! That’s right, you don’t need to go out and buy a new car just because your old one got totaled in an accident. You can still enjoy having great sexual experiences with your partner if she happens to be endowed with a big boner.

You might think that having a large member would make it difficult to perform sexually, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be so. There are several ways you can increase your chances of getting off during your intimate encounters.

One way is through using lube. Lubrication helps prevent friction injuries and therefore increases pleasure during sexual activity. Another method involves using toys which stimulate different parts of the body at the same time, thus increasing stimulation and pleasure.

In the next section, we’ll discuss what women like in men with big dicks.

Partners’ Reactions to a Man’s Large Genitals

Men often wonder if their large genitals are a turn on for women. After all, some women say they like it large while others say they don’t.

What’s a guy to do?

Well, there are numerous ways to find out how your partner really feels about your large genitals.

For one thing, let’s get something straight. A large member does not necessarily mean a better sexual experience for either party.

There are multiple other factors such as sexual technique, stamina, knowledge, and flexibility that determine the quality of the sexual experience. Even if a man has a small member, he can still learn how to enjoy himself and his partner through different sexual techniques and positions.

Many women report that size doesn’t really matter to them and they don’t care if their partner’s genitals are small. However, some women say that they enjoy having their cervix bumped around a bit and a larger phallus provides them with this pleasurable feeling due to its length.

Other women say that while a long member is not necessarily better, girth definitely makes a difference for them. Without the desired circumference, some women don’t feel as much sensation during the act and often find it difficult to achieve an O.

Finally, some women enjoy men with normal or even smaller-than-average genitals. For these women, it all about the man behind the member, or in this case, inside of it.

Confidence, strength, trust, and intimacy are just a few qualities that turn these women on more than a large phallus. In this case, size doesn’t matter.

One thing’s for sure, if you’re a guy with a big unit, there is a perfect lady out there for you. All you have to do is keep your head up and search until you find her.

The Evolution of the Penis

Have you ever wondered why humans are the only species that have such large penises when it comes time to reproduce? Or why we even have penises at all?

It’s true that they are useful for urination, but in terms of survival and procreation, they are pretty useless. The truth is, penises have evolved over time to become more prominent for reproduction purposes than for basic everyday survival.

If we look at our closest animal relatives, we’ll notice that the males of most species do not have an external reproductive organ. For example, chimpanzees, our closest living relatives whose DNA is approximately 98% identical to ours, have very small penises that are incapable of erection.

Gorillas, another one of our closest living relatives, don’t have a phallus at all. Other primate species such as orangutans and gibbons also do not have any sort of phallus.

So why do human males have such prominent genitals when other closely related species don’t?

The answer lies in the fact that all primates evolved from arboreal ancestors. Back in the day, before there were monkeys, apes used to climb trees all the time. In fact, this is where the term “hanging from the bough” comes from. Over time, primate ancestors developed longer limbs as well as a larger shoulder girdle and torso. Due to this, the phallus was no longer needed for everyday movement and was instead put to use during sexual encounters.

However, even with the large penises of human males, it is impossible for a woman to get pregnant without consent. This is because the male urethra (the tube through which urine and ejaculate are expelled) runs through the prostate and through the phallus.

Anytime a man has an erection or engages in any kind of vaginal penetration, he’s urinating. The reason for this is to flush out the urethra and keep it clean. If our male ancestors weren’t able to do this, they would’ve gotten infections easily, particularly in warm, wet, and dirty environments. This could be very harmful to their health and would prevent them from being able to reproduce.

However, even with this safety feature in place, there is still pregnancy risk. This means that there must be other ways in which the male reproductive system has evolved to prevent the possibility of pregnancy.

One of the most interesting things about it is that the organ is filled with blood, not nerve endings. This means that men cannot feel anything as it enters the female reproductive system. In addition, the blood is alkaline, which further prevents the possibility of pregnancy.

Now you know why human males have prominent genitals!

The Different Types of Male Orgasms

Most people think there’s only one kind of male “orgasm,” but that’s just not true. In fact, there are three different kinds of orgasms that a guy can experience from sexual stimulation: the ejaculatory, the penile, and the prostate.

Let’s take a look at each:

The Ejaculatory Orgasm

This is the most common type of male “orgasm.” It’s also the one that people usually think of when they think about somebody reaching the big O.

In fact, this is sometimes referred to as the “male” version of the female clitoral/vaginal orgasms. In order for this to happen, the man must be highly sexually aroused by whatever technique his partner is using on him. Once this happens, he’ll feel a pleasurable sensation that begins at the base of his phallus and spreads throughout his pelvis. Next, he’ll experience a series of involuntary muscle contractions. While most of these are happening in his pelvis area, some also occur in his rectum (which is why men often end up “pooping” when they’re having an ejaculatory climax).

Once the climax is over, the man will usually feel very relaxed and satisfied.

The Penile Orgasm

This is a form of male “orgasm” that doesn’t involve ejaculation. While most men think this only happens as the result of a nocturnal emission (a.k.a “wet dream”), men can actually have them whenever they desire.

In fact, men used to be able to have them much more easily before modern times, before we had electric lights and all the gadgets that we have now.

Nowadays, men can still have “dry orgasms,” but they need to employ a little bit of wrist action so to speak. This is sometimes referred to as “jerking off,” “masterbating,” or “fapping.” It involves massaging the phallus until the individual has an euphoric sensation.

Most men will reach this point well before they’re physically ready to ejaculate (and in some rare occasions, some do).

The Male G-Spot Orgasm

This type of male “orgasm” is different from the other two because it involves a prostate massage rather than any kind of stroking. Many men find this type of stimulation very pleasurable, but others don’t like it at all.

The way to find out if this type of stimulation is pleasurable or not is to experiment with a willing partner.

Don’t be surprised if you feel uncomfortable at first. This is normal, even for more adventurous guys.

That’s because the prostate is located directly behind the rectum, so you’ll be inserting a finger or something else into that area. Go slowly and use plenty of lube. You might also want to start with just one finger before you try two.

Anal play can be a lot of fun and very pleasurable, but you really shouldn’t engage in it until you’re absolutely comfortable with the idea, and you make sure that your partner is willing to go slow and let you stop at any time.

A Word About Drugs and Alcohol

The use of drugs and alcohol have a very prominent effect upon male “sexual response.” In truth, they can really impair your ability to have a good time.

Using drugs or alcohol to the point where you’re no longer in control of your actions is never a good idea. It’s even less of a good idea when it comes to pleasurable activities like having orgasms!

It’s also a good idea not to use these substances if you aren’t confident in your ability to maintain an erection.

You should also avoid using drugs or alcohol when you don’t have privacy, since you never know when things might escalate or when you might have unexpected (and unwanted) “visitors.”

Orgasm Without Ejaculation

Another type of male “orgasm” that’s not as well known is one that doesn’t involve ejaculation. While this may sound a little confusing, it really isn’t.

The prostate actually provides most of the pleasurable sensations of climax. For this reason, a man can still have an “orgasm” without ejaculating, or even losing his erection.

There are also some men who have a period of “limpness” after an ejaculation, but still enjoy the feeling of having their prostate stimulated. For these men, a prostate massager can provide extra pleasure and even lead to another erection.

The Male Climax

Most sources will tell you that in order to have a “real” male “orgasm,” you must reach a certain level of excitement where you ejaculate. This is actually very far from the truth.

In fact, you can reach a full climax without ever having an ejaculation, and still feel all of the pleasure that is associated with it.

The reason that many sources tell you that an ejaculation is part of “completing” the male sexual experience is probably due to the fact that most men find it very pleasurable, so they always want more.

A very small percentage of men never experience ejaculation during an “orgasm.” These are typically men with a condition known as “pre-jaculation,” meaning that a certain amount of fluid is always in their urethra, and they only release more when they experience an ejaculation.

For most men, however, they experience an ejaculation when the muscles in their prostate, bladder and elsewhere contract. This could be because the sensation is incredibly intense, or it could be due to the fact that this type of “release” also helps a man to feel as if he’s actually had a successful sexual experience.

Whatever the reason, an ejaculation isn’t required to have a pleasurable experience. Many men and women enjoy these non-ejaculatory orgasms just as much as their partners (if not more), and these types of orgasms can last much longer than your average male “ejaculatory” climax.

Having a non-ejaculatory climax doesn’t mean that you’ll never ejaculate again, either. Once you learn to relax your muscles (more on this later), you’ll be able to experience both types of climax at your leisure.

What IS an Erection?

It should come as no surprise that in order to have a male “orgasm” of any kind, you require at least a modicum of sexual arousal. One of the key components of being sexually aroused is the ability to get and maintain an erection.

An erection is, quite simply, when your erectile tissue fills with blood and your tissue grows in size and hardness. When you’re not aroused (or if you’re sexually discouraged), your blood and tissue will drain back away from your genitals.

The average male can only maintain an erection for a few minutes (even while asleep). During this time, the tissues can quickly fill with blood again, but only a certain amount of times before it starts to go down again involuntarily.

For this reason, it’s most effective for most men to hold off from orgasms until a time when the partner is ready to accept them. For some men, this can be an issue (especially with sexual practices that require a certain amount of time before “climax” is achieved).

Masturbation and Male Orgasms

Most people are aware that most men (and women too!) masturbate on a regular basis.

The reasons for this are fairly obvious: it’s a healthy, free way to explore your body’s reactions to different stimuli.

You may have even found that you were able to have near-climaxes without even touching yourself before, and that these feelings would intensify if you continued the self-stimulation. You can also use masturbation as a preventative measure against performance issues later, as an attempt to find a good “happy place” to take your mind off of stressful situations, or because you’re attracted to someone and would like to know how you would react in a real situation.

Masturbation can be more than just “playing with yourself,” but actually quite a fun, safe, and beneficial activity, both physically and mentally.

Masturbating with a partner can help your relationship, so long as you don’t make it the focus or the goal in your partnership. This means that you shouldn’t feel obligated to “give” your partner an experience she hasn’t asked for or doesn’t want.

You’re allowed to make the first move, and if she responds favorably, then awesome. If not, then you need to just respect her wishes and not pressure her in any way.

It’s important for women to understand this so they don’t feel like you’re going to harass or assault her (if she’s not into it).

Also, if you’re not yet comfortable with your own body, you can start by buying a vibrator and letting her take the lead for a while (read our other article on female masturbation here).

A lot of men find that once they get over their initial shyness, they really come to enjoy it.

After all, who doesn’t like having their ears kissed or their neck stroked?

Clitoral vs Vaginal Orgasm

We’ve written several articles on female orgasms, but it’s important to remember that the type of stimulation you give a woman makes ALL the difference in her experience. While many women can only achieve clitoral orgasms, others (generally those with experience giving birth) can achieve vaginal orgasms.

These orgasms are more intense than their clitoral equivalents and are often accompanied by a loss or control and even pain. Many women say that their orgasms originate in their clitoris, but it’s important to remember that the clitoris actually extends deeper into the body and is more like a wishbone-shaped structure that surrounds the vaginal canal.

Whether or not a woman can achieve a vaginal vs clitoral state is largely genetic, but many women are capable of achieving both.

Many couples think that vaginal orgasms are the “true” or “real” ones because of their ability to be achieved without direct clitoral stimulation. While this may be true for some women, it’s also important to remember that every woman should be respected in her preferences.

If your partner prefers clitoral stimulation, there’s no reason to refuse her advances. For many women, clitoral stimulation is more about the intimacy of the experience and less about the intensity of the pleasure.

How to Achieve a Female Orgasm

Probably the most important thing to remember if you’re trying to achieve a female (or male, for that matter) is that it’s not all about the destination, it’s all about the journey.

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