If you come across this, don't be afraid to comment! I just turned 16 years old and I have a 6 and 1/2 inch penis when I'm erect. I'm American and Indian. I was born in India and both my parents are Indian. Anyways, I was wondering if this is normal for a person my age to have a 6 and 1/2 inch penis especially including factors like where I'm from/where I live (like if I'm small, average, or big). What do you people think?
I was also wondering how many times one should masturbate a week if they want to remain healthy. I mean, I know that if you masturbate too much, your body could have complications. Normally, I masturbate 2 or 3 times a week. What do you people think about this? Let me know please!
Supposedly when polled, women prefer a penis in the 6 inch range over anything bigger or smaller. Guys are the ones who think bigger is better.
You are also normal in the masturbation category. I've noticed that guys that always do it exactly the same way have more trouble adapting to intercourse, which stimulates a wider area. So don't try to be too precise and efficient, lol.
Tips on masturbation by an expert.
Do not M with dry hand. use lubricant.
Do not stop breathing.
Relax perineum( small triangular muscle between scrotum and anus. d
Do not over visualizem
Do not masturbate when excessively es cited.
Do not only jerk, do thrusting as well.
keep your bladder empty.
This tips helps to do M close to natural intercouse and does not create a future problem of mal adjustent.
Backing up Caryopteris' first comment, don't get trapped into comparing yourself to other guys; it is the ladies' opinions that matter here. Men seem to compete rather uselessly over penis size, since bigger is not better. If a woman has a vagina five or six inches deep, that is all she wants in a man, not nine inches. It would hurt. Besides, the nerves in the vagina for sexual sensation are all in the first couple of inches. A man could have a penis two inches long and still give a woman an orgasm.
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