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Average Male Organ Size Doesn’t Equal Average Performance

by John Dugan Owner

To all the men out there who are overly concerned about the fact that they don’t pack a monster inside their pants: It’s time to chill.  As I discuss in an original article posted on Ezinearticles.com, despite the fact that so many guys in adult videos sport massive endowments, the fact is that male organ size does not have a real correlation to sensual performance and satisfaction. Indeed, assuming he takes care of his male organ health and develops appropriate skills, the man of average size can give above-average sensual satisfaction – often very high above average – to his partner(s).

Average male organ size

Recent studies indicate that the average male organ size is around 5.2” when firm  (not the 6” which was for many years the accepted standard). Men who are much, much longer – or much., much shorter – are truly the exception. And even a man with a male organ size of, say, 4” is perfectly capable of satisfying his partner.

Assuming male organ health is adequate, there are other factors to for the average man to consider to achieve great coupling. Some tips in this area include:

- Give pre-penetrative engagement its due. The simple fact is that most men tend to release more quickly once mutual pleasure has begun than do women. (There are exceptions, of course.) This is one reason why an attentive male lover will engage in a decent amount of pre-penetrative engagement. The more highly receptive the partner is before a man enters, the sooner she will reach release. Men should be sure to approach pre-penetrative engagement as an important part of lovemaking – not as a duty, but as an opportunity to explore their lover’s body and to extend her pleasure. And remember – oral sensual activity can also be part of one’s pre-penetrative engagement.

- Change course. Too many men think that once penetration has been achieved, there’s no changing course. In fact, if a guy can tell that he is approaching seed release and doesn’t want to reach that pinnacle yet, there’s no reason he can’t withdraw from his love and go back to performing oral sensual activity or manually pleasuring her.

- Keep going. There’s also no rule that says it’s a crime to release seed before one’s lover is ready - provided that the man doesn’t consider his job over and done with. Many men remain firm enough post-release to continue penetrative coupling. Those that do not can still please their partner with their hands and/or mouths.

- But not if she doesn’t want to. Sometimes a woman may feel like she’s being forced to release, and the pressure can work against her achieving that state. If a partner indicates that she doesn’t need to be further stimulated but would instead prefer to cuddle and kiss, definitely respect those wishes.

- Be open. The physical aspect of coupling is fantastic, but the emotional connection it can provide is equally important – and more so to many people. Being open and communicative about one’s feelings before, during and after coupling can make the sensual activity even better. And it also allows both partners to feel that they are allowed to communicate about their physical needs in a productive manner as well.

The average man with average male organ size who wishes to be an exceptional lover also needs to attend to his own male organ health regularly. One easy way is to daily apply a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Take the time to look through the ingredients on possible cremes. Find one that contains both vitamin C and L-arginine. Vitamin C, famous for fighting colds, is also a key component of collagen, which gives tone and elasticity to manhood skin. And L-arginine is an amino acid which is involved in producing nitric oxide; this in turn helps male organ blood vessels to expand when an inrush of blood is expected.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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