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Width is more important than length

by Rica Cruz

Hi Ms. Rica,

I was listening to the radio the other day and you said that length does not matter and mas okay ang mas mataba. Pero bakit sabi po ng iba na mas masarap ang mahaba? Ano po ba ang average length dapat? I just really want to know.

Thank you,
C

Hi C,
First off, thank you for listening to the show. But yes, that’s true, in many researches, they say that the penis length does not matter. So ung sinasabing mas masarap ang mahaba is a common misconception.

According to studies, majority of men and women would say otherwise. As I’ve already answered something about penis sizes a few weeks back, I would like to use this column to give out the facts. Para ma-satisfy ko ang curiosity mo. : )

– Average penis length (erect): 5-6.5 inches.

– Average penis width (circumference): 4-5 inches.

– Average diameter: 1.25-1.6 inches

– Average penis sixe (flaccid): 1-4 inches

– Micropenis: less than 2.8 inches when stretched

Only 0.6 percent of men have micropenises (unti lang) and it’s because of lack of testosterone during fetal development. So most probably, you (if you’re a man) or your partner, would be average sized.

After the facts, let’s go to talk about the girth or the “taba” as you’ve heard me say it on air. Most women and men will say that the length is only secondary to the girth or the width in the long run.

And totoo yun. Bakit? Because majority of the nerves that get stimulated when something goes in are almost at the entrance of the vagina and the anal region.

Kaya, the width plays a much more important role than the length. Mas nakaka-satisfy ang pag-stretch ng entrance kasya sa pagpasok dito. But don’t stretch it too wide! Minsan, pwede namang makasakit un.

So yes, based on the facts and all the scientific studies done on penis sizes, I would agree with the saying na “It’s not how you big it is, it’s what you do with it” that really matters. #takeitfromthesexymind

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If you have questions on love and sex that you want me to answer, you may message me at www.facebook.com/TheSexyMind or DM me on Instagram: _ricacruz.

Biography: Rica Cruz is a Licensed Psychologist and Sex Therapist. She comes out as the Resident Sex Therapist on Boys’ Night Out every Thursday night on Magic 89.9.

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