Tantra Magazine

PART 1
PENIS SIZE
The size, shape and performance of the penis: a matter that all men have worried about at some time in their lives.

Most of them keep thinking about the mythical penis when comparing it with their own: rock-hard, huge and with immense staying power, which has little to do with the performance of a real penis that has its good and mediocre days.

Comparisons with other men are inevitable but not always reliable because when a man looks down at his own penis he sees it from a different and rather unusual angle.

Thus, it may seem smaller than the ones seen in communal showers or changing rooms. The best way to evaluate your penis is to look at it sideways in the mirror.

Another form of anxiety for men is whether their penis is capable of bringing real pleasure to a woman. A vagina is around 10 cm/4 inches in length, so it is the right size for most of the penises. But do not forget that the width is more important than length in stimulating the lining of the vagina, and thereby giving sexual satisfaction to a woman.

In exceptional cases, when an erect penis is very small, it may produce less stimulation. However, there are much more exciting ways in which a woman can be stimulated (orally, manually, etc.). And what matters most is the skill a man has when he uses his penis, his sensuality, his adaptability to her body’s responses.

When flaccid, penises do vary in length, thickness and shape but the differences become less pronounced once they are erect. Here is a little known fact, a smaller penis will grow proportionally more than a large one when aroused.

MORE ABOUT PENIS AND ERECTION
A full penile erection is the result of the blood being pumped into the erectile tissues at a much faster rate than it can escape. Thus, the tissue swells and the penis enlarges.

Urethra
The urethra is the channel that originates at the bladder and passes through the prostate gland and the shaft of the penis. It terminates at the external urethral opening, situated in the glans, or head of the penis.

Both urine and semen pass out of the body through the urethra. The male urethra is longer than the female one. It is up to 20cm/8in. A ring of muscles closes off the bladder prior to ejaculation, thus preventing urine from escaping with the semen.

Penis
The penis is the most erotically sensitive area and most men consider it as the most important part of their sexual anatomy.

The penis is made up of erectile and fibrous tissue and involuntary muscles. These muscles have a rich supply of nerves and blood vessels, surrounded by skin.

The spongy erectile tissue consists of three cylindrical compartments: the two corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum that surrounds the urethra. These cylinders are filled with blood during sexual arousal and thus the penis becomes erect.

The glans is the head of the penis. The semen is ejaculated through the external urethral opening which is the center of the glans.

The head of the flaccid penis is normally covered with a fold of loose skin called the foreskin or the prepuce which during erection stretches back and exposes the glans.

The glans is the most erotically sensitive part of the penis as it is well served with nerve endings. The frenulum is also very responsive to sexual stimulation. It is the area just below the under ridge of the glans.

Men can get a full erection of the penis sometimes within seconds of sexual stimulation, sometimes not even after foreplay, which can sometimes cause great anxiety for them.


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