I am a man, I have a penis. I have written about my penis here on this very blog.
It’s a strange thing, in my opinion. It’s not particularly remarkable in any way. It’s neither especially long nor is it especially short. It is, as far as I am concerned, not particularly aesthetically pleasing, but penises, in my view generally aren’t. If anything, the penis epitomises function over style. The general opinion that I’ve encountered is, so long as it does what it does well, what it looks like is pretty much immaterial. After all, when it is engaged in its more pleasurable function, it generally isn’t visible to the eye anyway.
So how do I feel about my penis?
Well, as I said, I don’t think it’s much of a looker, but it does what it’s supposed to. No one has ever complained about it (to my face anyway) and it has received its share of compliments.
Am I self-conscious about it? No, not particularly. No woman, on seeing it for the first time has ever fainted in shock/horror, but at the same time (and much more importantly) nor have they ever exploded into fits of hysterical laughter, pointing out its inadequacy.
So, yeah, I’m happy with it. The women I have shared it with have been happy with it too. That said, they have also been happy with my hands, my fingers, my lips and my tongue.
And that’s the thing; sex isn’t just about the size of my penis and what I do with it. It is about how I stimulate, arouse and pleasure my partner. My penis plays a part in that process, of course. In fact, you could almost go as far as to say it plays a disproportionately large part in the process; but, be that as it may, it isn’t the be all and end all.
If I could magically have a bigger (longer/thicker) one, would I?
Yeah, probably. Not that I feel mine is inadequate in any way; nor that I feel it would make any difference in my ability as a sexual partner, but, well, you know… The next size up wouldn’t be too much to ask for would it?
Would I do anything (surgery/pills/potions/stretching devices) to make it any bigger?
No. It’s fine the way it is. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
So, what have we learned?
I’m a guy, I have a penis. I’m happy with my penis. The women who have encountered it have been happy with my penis. It does what it’s meant to do and, based on the evidence I have had before me, does it pretty well most of the time. To me, that’s pretty much all that matters really.