By Username - 06/02/2011 00:10 - United States
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108 "sex with for six months" he's either really really really small or really really really bad. Although sex doesn't make up a relationship it is still an important factor. 6 months and you haven't told him to go under? um there's also a surgery or something for sizes that small tell him to talk to his doctor....man hate to be that guy. FHL, and YDI for not saying anything and staying of course.
Wow, it must be really, really bad then. I suggest talking to him about it. Which you should have done months ago.
I'm glad you mention talking rather than breaking up with him. Sex isn't everything in a relationship although it can represent a lovely bond between two people. It is something that needs to be worked out, not something that she should just dump her boyfriend over. They can WORK things out and I just find some morals,...wrong? Proper wording for that? I'm saying if she has been with him for 6+ months with this problem, maybe she wants to have real commitment and no pleasure isn't a reason to just dump him like that without talking about it first.
116 - Size is important enough. I've been with a guy who was around the 2 inch mark (erect). It did not feel good at all. He knew how to move and everything, it just wasn't hitting me in the right spot. I've also had sex with men who were bigger than that, and of course they felt good. I'm not sure if anyone has the same issue, but some guys are even too big for me. TLDR: Size matters.
@119: I said 'beyond' the 2-inch mark, not at ;) And yes, size DOES matter, but the size that matters most is girth, not length. Of course, I'm not a female, so I'm speaking about what I've been taught and have read - it represents an average, not every person. With roughly 6.8 billion people on earth, you can find at least one person for which most anything reasonable is true...so I wouldn't be surprised if there were women who DO feel more pleasure from a longer member. If nothing else, it could be psychosomatic.
126 - Yeah I can't argue with that logic. It may very well be psychosomatic. I find that if you're still at the 2 inch mark, but you have a wider-than-a-glue-stick girth, it still doesn't make a difference. I agree that girth matters more in most guys, though. Some poor guys just don't measure up... it's not their faults! FTR, I didn't say "at 2 inches" either. I said around. ;)