Sex Worker Debunks Penis Size Myths

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Ever since one cavewoman laughed at her caveman partner’s dick all those hundreds of thousands of years ago, men have always worried about their penis size.

That probably didn’t happen, but men have always had a hang-up on how big their dick is, it seems preprogrammed into us. Sometimes we just need some reassurance.

So who better than a prostitute – who has seen and dealt with many a penis – to tell you that yours is all good, regardless of what shape or size it is.

A prostitute from Nevada called ‘Blithe’ – who works at Sheri’s Ranch in Pahrump – has done just that, debunking three particularly common myths.

There is such a thing as an “ideal” penis size

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We are bombarded with studies on such a regular basis on how big your penis should be, that it’s simply impossible to keep up. But comparing yourself to the average or striving for an ideal will probably not help, at all.

Blithe says:

There are so many ways that one healthy penis can differ from the next, that it’s pointless to try to figure out what’s ‘normal’ or ‘ideal’. While some online resources will try to trick people into believing that there is such a thing as an “ideal penis,” I’m here to tell you that as long as your penis is healthy, it’s ideal for sex and is capable of pleasing a woman. Striving for an ideal will not only give you a false perception of the wonderful diversity of healthy penises, but also impair your ability to see yourself as a valuable individual who uses your unique body to be the best lover your partner ever had.

The size of your penis determines how much you can please a woman

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This is completely wrong. Several studies reveal that many women can’t achieve orgasm through vaginal penetration alone and it’s an absolute must to use your mouth and hands during sex, as Blithe explains.

She says:

Having a thick or long cock doesn’t mean you’re automatically great at sex. In my experience what matters most is reading your partner’s body, being sympathetic to her unique needs, and paying attention to what she responds favorably to. To put it simply: when it comes to sexual satisfaction, a big penis is a poor substitute for a compassionate and audacious lover.

Women gossip about size

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Sure, women do like to have a good ol’ chat about what goes on in the bedroom, but apparently it’s not all about the size and is more about overall ‘performance’.

Blithe says: 

When women do kiss and tell, I’ve found that the focus is almost always on a man’s performance, and not on his penis size at all. We are much more interested in hearing about the experience as a whole. Talking about what tricks or toys were used is a lot more interesting than discussing size. Since we’re not all that concerned about a guy’s penis size, maybe men shouldn’t be as concerned as they are about it either.

So there you go, hopefully after reading all this you’ll no longer worry whether or not you measure up.

Because it’s all good…


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