Why would someone want bigger penises?
People with smaller penises often are sexually frustrated with their own size. They either don't know where to go to have a better penis, or don't think that size matters because it's just a part of one's body.
It is a myth that smaller penises are less desirable in the bedroom. In the UK, 40% of men and 30% of women aged over 15 have had sexual intercourse without a condom. However, only 7.7% of men and 3.5% of women have been raped or been the victim of sexual assault, so the problem is not a lack of protection. When you go for a date, it's not your size that matters, but how well your body performs. How to size up Your penis is determined by the size of your balls (the penis is actually two separate organs) and by your clitoris (a fold of tissue between the vaginal opening and the labia majora). What you will find is that the length of your penis is also a good measure of how large a penis you want. What are your penis measurements? Length: Measure the distance from the top of your penis (top of shaft) to your pubic bone. Width: Measure the length from the tip of the penis to the base of your scrotum. Girth: This is a very tricky one.