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Penis Size: The Facts

First of all, let's get one thing straight: penis size doesn't define a man. It's not the be-all and end-all of masculinity. Sure, it's an important part of sexual relationships, but it's not the only thing that matters. So, if you're feeling insecure about your size, take a deep breath and relax. It's not the end of the world, in fact, in some situations penis length isn’t even as important as penis girth. 

Now, let's address some common myths about penis size. Does size really matter? Well, it depends on whom you ask. Some people may prefer larger penises, while others may prefer smaller ones. It's all subjective. Also, contrary to popular belief, penis size doesn't necessarily correlate with sexual performance or pleasure. It's more about how you use it, not how big it is. It's important to point out that the nerves for sensation aren’t deep in the body, so a very long penis may just end in hidden talent!

That being said, if you're curious about average penis size, it's around 5.1 inches when erect. But again, don't get too caught up in the numbers. It's not a competition, and you don't have to measure up to anyone else's expectations. In fact, most penises are right around an inch smaller or bigger than 5 inches. Its rare to see one much bigger. 

Now, let's move on to some fun facts about penis size! Did you know that the blue whale has the largest penis in the animal kingdom, measuring up to 8 feet long? And on the other end of the spectrum, the tiny flea has the smallest penis in relation to body size.

Can Medicine or Surgery Help?

To date, science has yet to create a reliable penis enlargement surgery. Many men have attempted penile traction devices, which stretch the penis for several hours each day. This may add a small amount of length, but most men say it isn't noticeable.

Penis size is just one aspect of sexuality and masculinity. It's not something to obsess over or feel ashamed about. Instead, focus on being confident and comfortable in your own skin. And always remember, it's not about the size of the boat, but the motion of the ocean!