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514301931Everybody knows that most men are obsessed with the size of their penises. The majority of men feel that having a large member is a truly fantastic thing and makes them more desirable. In fact, having a small penis can make some men feel quite inadequate, but is this obsession with size based on the reality of what woman actually want?

From a personal point of view, I’m really not a fan of massive cocks. I’m very petite (in all areas) and so an enormous appendage is just uncomfortable and quite often painful for me. A massive penis may look impressive, but when I’m confronted with one, I feel the urge to cross my legs, they just don’t do anything for me.

I’m sure that not every woman feels this way, but that there are some Escorts out there who feel the same and many gents do get turned away from bookings because of their gargantuan size. I’m much happier with an average size cock, I don’t particularly mind a smaller one either, after all, everyone is different and cocks come in all shapes and sizes, it’s what makes life interesting, variety is the spice of life!

On the other end of the spectrum are the micro penises and the men with just a few inches to play with. I do feel for these men, because penetrative sex is virtually impossible at this size. I have every sympathy for men in this position, but it doesn’t mean they can’t give pleasure or receive it in other ways.

Having met many clients over the years, I’ve found that it’s possible for a man’s cock to shrink. I’m not referring to it’s flaccid state, no this a genuine phenomenon and it occurs when men become obese. For every 50 pounds that a man is overweight, he will lose an inch from his penis. I know this is true because I’ve seen it. It is definitely a thing. Obese men tend to have cock’s that shrink to the size of a chipolata, making penetrative sex impossible. Wanking can only be achieved by using 2 fingers and oral sex is just frustrating. The good news is it’s not a permanent state and the inches can be regained with weight loss.

So does size matter for you? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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