Male Organ Size: Living in the Real World

by John Dugan Owner

Perhaps it was easy in grandfather’s day, but let’s face it: Men today have a hard time not being aware of their male organ size and whether it is “up to expectations.” Our obsession with this issue is, of course, misguided; men would be far better off concentrating on their male organ health than fretting about male organ size. But the fact is that size is still on many men’s minds, and their perceptions of what is a good male organ size is distorted by many factors. In the real world, a man with a five inch member is doing just fine. But in his mind, he may feel ashamed and disappointed (even if his partners in bed are perfectly satisfied.)

Real world vs. culture

In some ways, it’s understandable that there could be confusion over what might be termed the “real world acceptable male organ size.” After all, for decades, men were told that the average manhood was six inches. Only in recent years have studies demonstrated that that measurement was actually an exaggeration, with the currently accepted average length at about 5.2”.  (Many studies, most of them scientifically invalid and often designed to be used as a way of promoting manhood lengthening products, claim the length is much greater, further muddying our perceptions of what is typical.) And the vast majority of men have members that fall in the 4” to 6” range.

Not correct

One problem, though, is that even when a man accepts that the real world average of 5.2” is true, he may have a hard time actually believing this deep down inside him. For example, sometimes a man with a member of average size – of even of above average size – may still feel that his manhood is too small. This might be due to deep-rooted feelings about himself that hinder his self-esteem. He may not possess the self-confidence to accept that he is normal or he above normal.

He also may have compared himself to other men in the gym or at a circle jerk and found that a good number of these other men had longer members than he did – which makes him believe that he is smaller than average. But often, our perceptions of size can be distorted. It’s impossible to look at our manhood from the same physical point of view as we do another man’s, so he may be under-selling himself or over-selling the other men he sees.

Adult imagery, of course

And then there’s the problem of adult imagery, of course. As frequent purveyors of adult imagery know, many producers try to employ male actors who are above average in the male organ size department – sometimes significantly so. When a viewer sees a seven or eight inch (or larger) organ giving what appears to be intense pleasure (as evidenced by the moans and gasps coming from the partner – another actor, of course), he can’t help but equate size with power and pleasure.

Since the internet has made adult imagery something that a man can enjoy at any time of day, for hours on end if he so wishes, it means many men are getting visual messages that distort the image of what a normal male organ size is.

What to do

If a man obsesses too much on his male organ size, and especially if he has a member which measures in the average range, he needs to step away from sources – such as adult videos –which reinforce unrealistic expectations. If the size issue is too ingrained, he may wish to seek help from a mental health professional.

In the real world, an average male organ size can be extremely rewarding, especially if the owner of that organ keeps it in good health by regular application of an excellent male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best cremes will provide a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5,C, D, and E, to benefit the member. In addition, the crème should contain L-arginine, which helps produce the nitric oxide which can help manhood blood vessels to expand to accommodate increased blood volume.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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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