The size of a man’s sexual organ, the penis, may not be the only part of the body that can determine the ability of a man to sexually satisfy a woman, a survey by a news Agency has shown.
While the length of a penis could help in making sexual intercourse pleasurable in some persons, that could not be the sole determinant in assuring pleasures during an intercourse.
Those who spoke in separate interviews with NAN in Lagos on Sunday noted that sexual satisfaction could depend on the skills and psychological disposition of both partners. According to them, there are other parts of the body that can be exploited to help a woman to derive pleasures in sexual intercourse.
These could include foreplays that play vital roles in helping a woman to reach orgasm. The respondents believe that reaching orgasm was a climax during sexual intercourse between a man and woman. According to Word web, an online dictionary, orgasm is the moment of the most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse.
Dr Oriola Idris, a gynaecologist of the White Waters Hospital, Lagos, said the size of penis had no physical effect on female sexual satisfaction. “Sexual pleasures for the female folks do not depend on the size of the man’s penis. It depends on a man’s individual skills; we have seen men who have very long and big penis and yet unable to perform well in bed.
“Research has shown that men with sexual skills, but with relatively small sized penis can also provide good sexual satisfaction to any lady’’.
Another gynaecologist, Dr Julia Anyanwu said a woman could derive sexual satisfaction or reach orgasm from the different erogenous zones of her body. “The penis is not the only part of the body that can help a woman to achieve orgasm. A woman can achieve orgasm from so many different sensitive areas of her body. “The man is expected to work together with his partner to explore these erogenous zones.
“So, achieving sexual satisfaction is not only about the length or width of the penis but also about what and how you utilise what you have been endowed with,’’ Anyanwu said. Dr Kunle Adejumo, an urologist said: “studies show that during sexual intercourse, the width of the penis at the base may be more stimulating to the clitoris.
“A wide penis may therefore, satisfy a woman better but then other factors that also come into play’’. According to Dr Kelechi Ahuchogu, a psychologist, the penis is usually seen as the sign of masculinity in men in different cultures. “It is because of this reason that the size of the penis helps to boost the male psychology. In sexual plays, a lot of things come into play; for some woman, the width matters more than the length.
“Then, emotions, environment, skills and healthiness contribute to whether there will be sexual satisfaction or not,’’ Ahuchogu added. Mr Dare Odubela, an administrative officer in a Lagos-based hospital said that posturing during sexual intercourse had a role to play in the satisfaction of a woman. “I believe that posturing during sex has roles to play in getting a woman to achieve orgasm’’. Mr Titus Anozie, a Lagos-based technologist said: “sexual intercourse and satisfaction are more psychological than physical.
“Some people have big penis and do not know how to use it to provide pleasures to a woman. Some even end up using the fat size to hurt their female partners. “Sometimes it depends on a woman as some can achieve orgasm by merely looking into the eyes of a man that they have emotions for’’.
According to Mrs Ola Badamosi, a Lagos-based marketing consultant, the size of a penis is important in deriving sexual satisfaction. She said that a small sized penis might not be able to penetrate deep into a woman to provide her the required arousal needed for orgasm to take place.
Another respondent, Mrs. Mary Isaac, a 33 –year-old banker said that a lady’s first experience could also have a lot to play in deriving sexual pleasures. “If a lady is deflowered with a small manhood, she tends to derive her satisfaction from small penis and not the long sized ones. “A female that has gone through sexual abuse can also find sexual intercourse distasteful. Even, a lady that has had circumcision may not find pleasures in having intercourse.”
This, she notes, can be attributed to the removal of a vital component of a woman’s sexual organ, the clitoris that helps a woman to achieve full or father sexual pleasures. A Lagos-based Lawyer, Mr. Idowu Martins said: “I have a small manhood and I am not afraid to say it; I am very good in the bed and that is a fact. My wife enjoys our love making’’.
A trader, known simply as Mrs Ibrahim said: “my husband has it long penis but still unable to make me feel like a woman; I feel so sad about it. “He is usually through within two minutes. If a man has it small and can utilise it, then it’s okay’’. Mr Niyi Iyanu, a traditional healthcare attendant said, having a small penis could really be a major concern for some men but a good psychological disposition could enhance sexual performance.
“He said those who have small penis and cannot perform well in bed should seek expert advice from physicians or psychologists.’. Mr Olusola Malomo, a dietician at the Massey Hospital, Lagos suggested that those deficient in sexual activity could seek for some foods that could help to boost their sexual performance. “Some foods can be beneficial. These are foods that can enhance sexual performance because of their components”. He listed them to include watermelon, garlic, ginseng, lemon, ginger, avocado pear, oysters, grain of paradise, alligator pepper and pomegranate seeds.
As many experts noted, the size of penis may not satisfy all the sexual desires of a woman, but appropriate manipulations could prove successful in fulfilling the sexual desires of a woman. (Culled from Vanguard).