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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Condom Size Chart

Condom Size Chart

Fortunately condoms are not all the same size and shape.

  • condom too big - it may slip off or become damaged during intercourse
  • condom too small - it will be uncomfortable, and could split
  • condom not long enough to cover the whole penis - the collar of the condom may roll up or the condom could be be pulled off during intercourse.

Would my partner prefer a big and large penis?
We are built to enjoy sex, and generally speaking there are very few individuals whose dimensions prevent them from enjoying sex with their chosen partner. When men and women are asked what makes good sex, they rate tenderness, consideration and foreplay far above penis size.

How to Measure Penis Size:
With the penis erect, measure length and girth in millimeters as follows:
Length: measure along the top of the penis from the tip to the point where the penis joins the body. Girth - measure around the penis circumference (using a tape measure or a piece of string) at the widest point.

The following results are averaged from a number of independent tests carried out which gave broadly the same results:

The penis length is most commonly 150 to 160 mm, and the girth 130 to 140mm (which translates to 41-45mm width across the shaft).

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Can I Increase the Size of my Penis?
This is supposedly possible, if you have a mind to do so, but is not without risk. Before you undertake any program of penis enhancement you would do well to read some personal experiences of what can happen.

Condom Sizes

- The standard size for a condom is 98 to 106mm girth (un stretched), and 180mm long. This means that those with a girth of 120mm and below may find average condoms slip off too easily, Those with a length of over 180mm risk having the condom roll up or slip off inside their partner during sex, those with a girth of much above150mm may find condoms uncomfortably tight. With more than 1 in 3 of men fitting into one or more of these categories, it's no wonder that almost half of men felt that their condoms were a poor fit.

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Friday, 5 August 2011

Popular culture


Popular culture
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Culturally, widespread private concerns related to penis size have led to a number of folklore sayings and popular culture reflections related to penis size. These include beliefs that it is possible to predict the size of someone's penis by observing other bodily features such as the hands, feet, nose or height, and in some cases so-called "penis panic" - a form of mass hysteria involving the believed removal or shrinking of the penis, known as genital retraction syndrome. Penis size, and sexual anxiety generally, have led to products such as penis pumps, pills, and other dubious means of enlargement becoming some of the most marketed products in spam
mail.

The media has equated a man's penis size with both power and masculinity.Furthermore the perception of having a large penis is linked to higher self esteem.
The suggested link between penis size, foot size and height has been investigated by a relatively small number of groups. Two of these studies have suggested a link between penis size and foot size, while the most recent report dismissed these findings. One of the studies suggesting a link relied on the subjects measuring the size of their own penis, which may well be inaccurate.

The second study found statistically significant although "weak" correlation between the size of the stretched penis and foot size and height .A potential explanation for these observations is
that the development of the penis in an embryo is controlled by some of the same Hox genes (in particular HOXA13 and HOXD13) as those that control the development of the limbs. Mutations of some Hox genes that control the growth of limbs cause malformed genitalia (hand–foot–genital syndrome).However the most recent investigation failed to find any evidence for a link between shoe size and stretched penis size. Given the large number of genes which control the development of the human body shape, and the effects of hormones during childhood and adolescence, it would seem unlikely that an accurate prediction of penis size could be made by
measuring a different part of the human body. Condom Size Chart

Other studies correlating the size of the human penis with other factors have given intriguing results. Notably one study analysing the self-reported Kinsey data set found that homosexual men had statistically larger penises than their heterosexual counterparts. One potential explanation given is a difference in the exposure to androgen hormones in the developing embryo. The study author's opinion is that evidence points towards both orientations being equally likely to exaggerate
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Thursday, 5 March 2009

Strengthening bonds through sex


Strengthening bonds through sex
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Humans are the rare animals who have sex even when females are not fertile. So why do we do it? Stimulation of the vaginal/cervical area, Young said, causes release of oxytocin. “Our penises are huge compared with gorillas and chimpanzees,” he said (take that, Cheeta!), “and so maybe they are designed to cause oxytocin release.”

Human females have full breasts even when they aren’t nursing and human men are “obsessed” with them, Young said. Our penchant for licking nipples and twisting them like radio dials also stimulate oxytocin release, possibly harkening back to the mechanism of mothers and children bonding through nursing. In other words, sex is how we maintain and strengthen our bonds to each other.

Oxytocin and vasopressin are already sold as drugs with a variety of uses. However, neither will necessarily work as any kind of “love drug,” according to Young, although that hasn’t stopped some people from trying to get oxytocin for use on dates. But the scientific knowledge that could lead to such drugs is building.

Don’t wait. A drug to create true love might be 100 years away, Young said. Even then, its workings would be moderated by culture and environment. However, much sooner we could have drugs that might help couples in therapy to “open your mind to the other person, make
you connect to the other person.”

But would drug-aided love be “real”? We may not like the idea that chemicals in our heads give us emotions, but they do. If love came in the form of a pill, it would be as real as love stimulated by sipping Veuve Clicquot over a fancy dinner.

“All those things do is generate the release of the same chemicals in the brain,” Young said.
Such talk may be why Young’s wife laughs out loud when she hears her husband referred to as “the love doctor.”“She says we don’t have enough romance, so I am constantly trying to upgrade,” Young said.

Which is why, this weekend, Larry Young will bow to the inevitable. “I am buying flowers this Valentine’s Day and taking her out on a nice date.”
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Penis size and condom use


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Penis size and condom use


Various studies have examined condom breakage. Ninety-two monogamous heterosexual couples (aged 18 to 40 for women, 18-50 for men) were enrolled in a prospective study of Durex Ramses condoms. At each sexual encounter, a diary was completed which included information
on condom use, and breaks and slips. In France a random telephone survey of 20,000 individuals drew on 4,500 sexually active people, of whom 731 had used a condom in the previous year and 707 provided information on difficulties of use. In Australia 3658 condoms were used by 184 men in a study which looked, among other things, at penis size as a factor for breakage or slippage.

Although the most common type of condom, those made of latex, have great ability to stretch, they are vulnerable to dry friction (ie, the dry rubbing motion of sexual activity when there is tight pressure or a lack of smooth lubricated movement) as well as other mistakes of usage.For example, in a separate study of people practicing anal sex, condom breakage was linked more to excessive friction (in this case due to low usage of a sexual lubricant) than to penis size per se.

The rate of condom breakage for correctly used condoms was 1.34% and of slippage 2.05%, with a total failure rate of 3.39%. Penis size did not influence slippage, but penis circumference and broken condoms were strongly correlated, with larger sizes increasing the rate of breakage.
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Race and penis size


Race and penis size
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Family Health International states "The World Health Organization bases its specifications for condom width on consumer preference and penis size, citing three studies. Taken together, the studies show significant variations in penis size within all population groups."

However, the conclusions of the FHI and WHO may be dubious due to the methodology of the studies. The difference in measurement methods is reported in the source material. For instance, the first study indicates that the circumference of the penis is measured at the maximum point but the third study indicates that the circumference is measured at the base.

The three studies also originate from three vastly different sources. The three studies were taken by three different researchers in three different countries several decades apart. The first study takes its data from interviews conducted in America by the Kinsey Institute between 1938 and 1963.

The second study's methodology is unknown but was published in 1995. The third study uses data taken from Bangkok Medical University in Asia in 1979. Using these three studies that have proven to have different methods and standards for measuring penis size leads to scientific unreliability. One authority on penis studies indicates that differences in methodology for penis measurement in size studies is not uncommon. The authority lists various methods of penis measurement used in different studies throughout the world. Thailand's measurements were accomplished using paper tapes by sex workers. In Korea, penis length was measured using a stiff cardboard strip, rather than paper. Brazil's measurements were done using intracavernous injections of a vasoactive mixture. Intracavernous injections assist in creating and maintaining erections and are injected directly into the erectile tissue in the penis. There is no evidence that using this method of inducing erections has the same effect as a natural erection. In Australia, participants were trained to do penis self-measurements.

The World Health Organization conducted a study regarding male latex condoms in 1998 using old data from the Kinsey Institute, Bangkok Medical University, and a third source. During the study, formerly published erect penis measurements were collected from white American men, black American men, Australian men, and Thai men. The data for American men was collected from self-reported measurements in interviews conducted between 1938 and 1963 by the Kinsey Institute. The data from Austrailian men was obtained from a study done in 1995 by Richters, Gerofi, and Donovan, using self-reported measurements. Information from Thai men was procured from a study done by Bangkok Medical University in 1979. The results showed
that black American men and white American men, followed by Australian men, and Thai men. There were fewer black American men with shorter erect penis length than the men of the other three groups, followed by American white men, Australian men, and Thai men having a much higher percentage.

The results from the study regarding erect penis circumference returned results of more Australian men having greater penis circumference, with most of the percentages being almost evenly distributed between the sizes 113-150mm with around 27%, followed by white and black American men having virtually the same circumference sizes, with more than half of the percentages being in the 113-127mm category with 53%, followed by Thai men, with most of the percentages being 37% and 30% in the 101-112mm and 113-127mm categories respectively.

A study of German men by condom manufacturer Condomi, reported in Munich's Focus Magzine and America's Salon Magazine, discovered that the genitalia of Caucasians was smaller than the international average. The study found that "The average German penis is about 3.5 to 4 millimeters (0.13 to 0.15 inches) too narrow for the standard EN 600 condom."

The BBC reported an Indian Council of Medical Research study finding that "about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture." However, the study also stated that "data collected in Mumbai till 2001 showed that 60% of the participants measured 126 to 156 mm [5 to 6.1 inches] in length and 30% between 100 and 125 mm [4 to 5 inches]." The international size standard for condom length is 150 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches),larger than the average human penis size; thus, the average human penis falls short of international condom size standards. The condom size chart ....
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Race and penis size


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Race and Penis Size


Family Health International states "The World Health Organization bases its specifications for condom width on consumer preference and penis size, citing three studies. Taken together, the studies show significant variations in penis size within all population groups."

However, the conclusions of the FHI and WHO may be dubious due to the methodology of the studies. The difference in measurement methods is reported in the source material. For instance, the first study indicates that the circumference of the penis is measured at the maximum point but the third study indicates that the circumference is measured at the base. The three studies also originate from three vastly different sources. The three studies were taken by three different researchers in three different countries several decades apart. The first study takes its data from interviews conducted in America by the Kinsey Institute between 1938
and 1963. The second study's methodology is unknown but was published in 1995. The third study uses data taken from Bangkok Medical University in Asia in 1979. Using these three studies that have proven to have different methods and standards for measuring penis size leads to scientific unreliability. One authority on penis studies indicates that differences in methodology for penis measurement in size studies is not uncommon. The authority lists various methods of penis measurement used in different studies throughout the world. Thailand's measurements were accomplished using paper tapes by sex workers. In Korea, penis length was measured using a stiff cardboard strip, rather than paper. Brazil's measurements were done using intracavernous injections of a vasoactive mixture. Intracavernous injections assist in creating and maintaining erections and are injected directly into the erectile tissue in the penis. There is no evidence that using this method of inducing erections has the same effect as a natural
erection. In Australia, participants were trained to do penis self-measurements.

The World Health Organization conducted a study regarding male latex condoms in 1998 using old data from the Kinsey Institute, Bangkok Medical University, and a third source. During the study, formerly published erect penis measurements were collected from white American men, black American men, Australian men, and Thai men. The data for American men was collected from self-reported measurements in interviews conducted between 1938 and 1963 by the Kinsey Institute. The data from Austrailian men was obtained from a study done in 1995 by Richters, Gerofi, and Donovan, using self-reported measurements. Information from Thai men was procured from a study done by Bangkok Medical University in 1979. The results showed
that black American men and white American men, followed by Australian men, and Thai men. There were fewer black American men with shorter erect penis length than the men of the other three groups, followed by American white men, Australian men, and Thai men having a much higher percentage. The results from the study regarding erect penis circumference returned results of more Australian men having greater penis circumference, with most of the percentages being almost evenly distributed between the sizes 113-150mm with around 27%, followed by white and black American men having virtually the same circumference sizes, with more than half of the percentages being in the 113-127mm category with 53%, followed by Thai men, with most of the percentages being 37% and 30% in the 101-112mm and 113-127mm categories respectively.

A study of German men by condom manufacturer Condomi, reported in Munich's Focus Magzine and America's Salon Magazine, discovered that the genitalia of Caucasians was smaller than the international average. The study found that "The average German penis is about 3.5 to 4 millimeters (0.13 to 0.15 inches) too narrow for the standard EN 600 condom.

The BBC reported an Indian Council of Medical Research study finding that "about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture."However, the study also stated that "data
collected in Mumbai till 2001 showed that 60% of the participants measured 126 to 156 mm [5 to 6.1 inches] in length and 30% between 100 and 125 mm [4 to 5 inches]. The international size
standard for condom length is 150 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches), larger than the average human penis size; thus, the average human penis falls short of international condom size standards.
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Penis size and female genital response


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Penis size and female genital response


According to some sex researchers and therapists, several misconceptions have developed surrounding penile-vaginal intercourse. Many men exaggerate the importance of deep vaginal
penetration in stimulating a woman to orgasm.
The most sensitive area of the female genitals includes the vulva, clitoris, and the section of vagina closest to the outside of a woman's body, which is roughly 10 centimeters (4 in) in length.
Research has found that portions of the clitoris extend into the vulva and vagina. Given that the median penis size is above this length, the majority of penises are of sufficient length to fully
satisfy their partners.

While many women find penile stimulation of the cervix to be uncomfortable or painful, others report it to be the key to orgasm. The cervix may be confused with the anterior or posterior fornix, the deepest point of the vagina, above and below the cervix, respectively. The cervix and fornix are close to each other, making it possible for there to be indirect and/or simultaneous stimulation between them.
The fornix is said to be another possible orgasm trigger area.Tests have shown that pressure on this area causes the vagina to lubricate very quickly. The area of sexual response in the anterior fornix has also been called the epicentre, T-Spot, AFE-Zone, AFE or A-Spot; while in the posterior fornix it has been called epicenter (as well) or cul-de-sac (since the cul-de-sac, also
known as the rectouterine pouch, may be indirectly stimulated by pressure on the posterior fornix).

During arousal, the vagina lengthens rapidly to an average of about 4 in (8.5 cm), but can continue to lengthen in response to pressure. As the woman becomes fully aroused, the vagina tents (last 2⁄3 expands in length and width) while the cervix retracts.The walls of the vagina are composed of soft elastic folds of mucous membrane skin which stretch or contract (with support from pelvic muscles) to the size of the penis. This means (with proper arousal) the vagina stretches or contracts to accommodate virtually any size penis, from small to large.
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