This video discusses the issue of penis Length in a very \"socially correct\" manner. There are lot of excellent point that are made in the discussion. I think a lot of people who watched this video will agree to its content and findings, generally speaking. But the Girth was never discusses in any detail, there was a mention of it but it was trivial.
I am dreaming of an experiment, her is how it goes:
One woman with no kids agrees to have sex with four different guys, on at a time. BLIND folded! She will have to be sexually excited, and the men will be introduced into the room but she can\'t touch them or see them. Each subject will have intercourse with the lady for a set period of time and in one or two position. She will be asked a set of questions about her feelings throughout the experiment.
the penis sizes of the men will be as follows (Erect): EL X EG: 4\"x4, 5\"x5, 6.5x6 and 8\"x7
The woman muse NOT be a size queen. Of course there are many other details to make this crazy idea produce good reliable results. This may prove nothing, but I suspect the 6.6x6 will be her favorite.
I agree with Mustang\'s assessment. Not a bad video but really just a rehash of already accepted opinions. It doesn\'t go very deeply(HA!) into the matter, from the perspective of either men or women. One larger(HA again!) issue, and I think this is preventing us from developing a more practical and applied scientific understanding, is that the penis is all too quickly relegated to the realm of psychology and even mythology. By this I mean that both erectile functioning and size are swiftly seen and categorized as problems of how a man relates to or feels about himself, and not as physiological processes and conditions that could be scientifically analyzed and treated. Even doctors are very reluctant to think, especially for young men, that an erectile problem could be mechanical or organic, and not psychological.
Like most penis size discussions, there is an absence of Girth talk. Even talk of Girth is too abstract; the experience of size is volumetric, not a length/Girth diagram. This is why just talking about length is close to useless. Lots of guys have something in the range of 5-7 inches in length, yet even a half Inch difference in total volume, greater circumference, glans size, etc, will put some men in the big category and others in the small or average. Two guys standing next to each other can both say they have six Inch penises, but one could still be much larger than the other.