Most men are concerned about the size of their penis at one time or another, if not most of the time. There are many myths about size and most men have difficulty being objective about this. Some of this can be accounted for by the fact that men usually see their own penis from above, and other men’s from in front, and this gives the illusion that another men’s penises are larger. Look at your own penis straight on in a mirror to get a realistic idea of your size. While there are many jokes about the size of a man’s penis, if your partner is not relaxed and comfortable even an average size penis can feel uncomfortable.
Penis size is far less important than relaxation and stimulation. It is frequently joked, “it is not the size that counts, but what you do with it” and this is true. While some people insist that either a smaller or larger size is what they prefer, toning the vaginal or rectal muscles with Kegels is probably more beneficial than trying to find someone of the right size. Focusing on communicating what is pleasurable in lovemaking is much more beneficial than being concerned about penis size.