The truth about penis size has been controversial for many years. However, new studies have made the process a bit easier. Dr. Jess O'Reilly, a Ph.D. and Toronto sexologist, has put together an interactive map that shows women's thoughts on penis size. Here, he lists 16 different studies that have been published, including his own. If you're concerned about the size of your penis, check out the infographic below.
The penis is a complex organ composed of the corpus (shaft), glans (head), and prepuce (foreskin). The head and anal portion of the penis are attached to a tube called the urethra. Inside the shaft, the spongy columns of tissue can fill with blood and cause an erection. Although its size may not be of primary importance to your partner, it can affect the quality of sexual relations.
The distal part of the penis is known as the glans. Its bulbous expansion is responsible for giving it its shape. It features an urethral opening, which allows a man to expel urine and semen. The glans tissues are filled with blood during arousal and erection. The glans is positioned in the midline of the penile root, where it begins.
The largest proportion of men are happy with the size of their partner's penis. Only a small percentage of women want to have a penis that is bigger. This can lead to performance anxiety and erectile problems. In addition, worrying about your penis size can make you less relaxed, leading to an unpleasant experience for both parties. And no woman is happy with a smaller penis, so why not enjoy it?