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Hmmm .... roughly my size, and I think I'm normal (43 years old). We're probably both a fraction on the small size, but as you're not going to be adored by a sexual partner for your fantastic penis size, you'll just have to work at being good and actually making sure they enjoy having sex with. Some more athletic sex positions won't work, just concentrate on those that do. If as is most likely you're hetero, it may help to know the most responsive part of a woman internal is the first two inches of the vaginal opening (and anyway the clitoris is more important for most women - a useful technique with a smaller penis is to move yourself up her body a little so your penis movements brush against her clitoris.
re the non-erect (more correctly, flacid) length - there's actually more variation in that than in erect size, as it's genetically rather unimportant - so when you see guys with much bigger penises in the locker room, there's a pretty good chance theirs doesn't grow as much as yours when erect.
Are there women out there who only want big penises for their sexual partners? Undoubtedly some, but you're better off without them - I view them rather as most women view men who are only interested in women with large breasts.
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