Does size matter? Genital Size Magazine explores male and female genitals and their size!
Whether you are small, medium or large, genital size plays a key role in sex and sexual desire among men and women. Let's start exploring human genital size and how well "you measure up" to your own gender and with the opposite gender...
Genital size research, what sexual interests do you have and would like to experience? We all have sexual desires that make us crave certain experiences. We have setup a special site to find out what makes humans tick when it comes to sex and sexuality.
When it comes to men, male genital size is highly important to men themselves and to women. Size issues with male penises has been around since the dawn of time. Larger genitals (penis and balls) tend to be preferred and seen as more virile. Physical appearance is also an issue, women tend to like genitals which look better, because some downright scary while other have a more uniform clean look. Explore male genital size and find out where you fit in compared to other males or how well does your partner measure up!
There are certain preoccupations when it comes to women and their genitals. The main preoccupations of women see to be related to appearance as a primary issue. Size also plays a role in how women feel towards their genitals since they want to feel something during coitus. And scents or smells comes in as a third preoccupation.
Most women have issues with the way their genitals look, woman want their pussies to look their best!
Getting too big for him?
Size issues plays a role in how women feel with their vaginas and how much sexual satisfaction their receive.
What about odors?
Odor and smell can be embarrassing and may indicate a health problem. Women don't want to smell bad...
Genital Size offers an in-depth look into male and female sex organs, there is a great deal to explore. We are fascinated by our genitals, we hide them, we abuse them and yet we can’t live without them. They give us pleasure and provide the means for human reproduction. Yes, size matters, shape and appearance, but how we learn to live with what we have ultimately matters the most.