Does size really matter? She says yes

All Woman


In days of old, women would suffer their disappointment in silence, afraid of bruising their men’s egos by admitting their true thoughts on anything sex-related. But today’s woman isn’t afraid to voice her dismay or dissatisfaction, some going as far as to use their men’s shortcomings against them in arguments. Does size really matter? Or is it the motion in the ocean that counts?

Doreen, 42:

Yes it matters, but for me it is not the deciding factor as to how bad the man will be in bed.

Kayla, 27:

I once met this guy with a really small one, and the first thing that came to my mind was whether Guinness Book of World Records knew about him. We had sex once and it was terrible.

Suzette, 35:

Of course size matters, although there are those who have the size but don’t know how to use it. It’s as if they think that because they have a good size they don’t have to know how to operate it.

Chinita, 26:

I’m on both teams, small and big. It’s not the size, it’s about the man and how he makes you feel.

Ariana, 35:

Yes, it matters. I don’t want to have to be telling a man to stop tickling me. I need to feel my man waayyy up.

Gene, 38:

I used to think it mattered. I used to also think that tall men had a great package, but not all do. Size doesn’t matter, as most men that I have come across who are smaller in size are normally good lovers. It’s as if they know their shortcomings and work on other areas to please a woman.

Judione, 25:

I always hear people say it’s not the size of the boat, it’s the motion of the ocean. Well, if that’s the case a lot of men drown out at sea. I’m not looking for a cruise ship, but at the same time I need a decent size boat to ride the rough seas.

Shauna, 31:

I was of the belief that the bigger the better, but it’s not true. I found that once I really connected with someone who knew how to please me and ensure that I was fully satisfied, that was all that mattered.

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