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How long is your penis?
In erecion and "normal"!
I don't want to be vulgar but it's just a curiosity
 

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Just curiosity as I said!I have had few boyfriend but all had short d.... so I would like to know if they were "normal" or not...
 

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Wao,you have huge d.. expecially the 14 inches one.I wonder if it's true!Don't lie,please..
 

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Think that my lat fiancè had a 3 inches penis soft (more or less) and I would say 5 and 1/2 in erection!Pretty short?right?can someone confirm?I'm not an expert!
 

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Think that my last fiancè had a 3 inches penis soft (more or less) and I would say 5 and 1/2 in erection!Pretty short?right?can someone confirm?I'm not an expert!
 

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It's not the length that counts anyway...
Anatomically speaking.... the shorter...the thicker... the better...

reason is...

The erogenous zone (G-spot) is the clitoris... therefore the penis does not need to be long...

Thicker penises have more chance of brushing against this spot during intercourse...

However, in saying that... the penis is over-rated... most women dat I've come across prefers cunilingis anway...
 

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Awesome4hand said:
The erogenous zone (G-spot) is the clitoris... therefore the penis does not need to be long...

Thicker penises have more chance of brushing against this spot during intercourse...
OK, I think you mixed up a few things.
There's a whole bunch of erogeneus zones, one of the most potent ones being the clitoris. The G-spot, on the other hand, is a mythical, or not so mythical, depending on who you ask, THE erogeneus zone. THE zone, meaning the most potent one. It has nothing to do with the clitoris, and it's actually inside, not on the surface, like the clitoris. It's a patch of rougher skin, which is how you're supposed to recognise it. The lady in question, of course, doesn't need tactile cues to recognise it. ;)

There's also a matter of certain positions that allow easier access to the G-spot, but now I'll shut up before I turn into Dr. Ruth. :eek:


Incidentally, the male G-spot is supposed to be the prostate, right? lol I know more about female anatomy then my own. :rolleyes:
Keeps my girlfriend happy, though... :p :D
 
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