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Nicole notes that small penis syndrome can work in a woman's favor.

   

"There's nothing worse than a guy who thinks he has a HUGE penis and is therefore God's gift to the ladies," she says. "That kind of guy thinks that getting an erection is pretty much all the effort he has to put into sex. The chances that the women he sleeps with are having orgasms? Slim to none."

 

Ian Kerner, Ph.D., sexologist and author ofShe Comes First, says we should worry more about her pleasure than our size.

 

"Usually when women complain about a small penis, it's also that they're not having orgasms," Kerner says. "If theyíre orgasming, it'll matter a hell of a lot less what size your penis is."

 

For the truly tiny or even those paranoid normal guys, Kerner recommends "pressing instead of thrusting in missionary position, or trying woman-on-top," both of which maximize clitoral stimulation.

 

Nicole suggests these positions: "Place her legs on your shoulders during missionary position, enter her from behind when she's on all fours, or, when she's on top, put a pillow under your butt to raise up your pelvis."

 

The British research (really just a review of previous studies) confirmed that women do indeed prefer a thick penis. The reason: "The greatest number of nerve endings are in the lowest part of the vagina," Nicole says. "So when a thick penis pushes against the labia and lower vaginal walls, it provides intense, pleasurable sensation. 

 

"But men with thinner penises can provide a similar experience by penetrating in the positions described above or moving his hips in a circular motion while thrusting."

 

Why are men so worried about penis size? Part of the reason is pornography--21st century man has seen plenty of prodigious penises on his screen. Most women donít want that.

 

"When women watch male porn stars humping away like lobotomized underwear models," Nicole says, "it's almost always with a cringing, confused expression.

 

"Getting pummeled with a giant penis is painful, not fun. The majority of women don't consider bouncing up and down on a Poland Spring bottle to constitute great sex."

 

Herbenick, a researcher at Indiana University, says penile worries arise from "cultural myths and stereotypes about penis size that stem from television, movies, jokes told among friends, and advertising messages from companies that present false information about penis size in order to sell products that probably donít even work."

 

Lou Paget, Ph.D., author of The Great Lover Playbook, said point of view matters--literally.

 

"The majority of men compare themselves to something they see in adult material. They havenít seen another man's penis up close," she says. "But women see them all the time. And we see a whole range of sizes.

 

"Men only see themselves, and look at a different angle than women -- looking down."

 

In other words: Your penis looks bigger to women than it does to you.

 

And donít forget that thereís a lot more to sexual and relationship satisfaction than penis size and positions. Like communication, Herbenick says: "Trust and believe your partner if she says, 'Honey, youíre fine' or 'I like you just how you are' rather than second-guess yourself."

 

The irony is that men spend so much time thinking about their anatomy when they should be thinking about hers. "It's a man's knowledge of female anatomy and ability to stimulate a woman in all the right ways that determines whether or not weíre happy in bed," Nicole says.

 

And donít forget foreplay. "Twenty minutes of erotic foreplay with a guy who has a penis the size of a Sharpie will be far hotter than 2 minutes of sloppy groping from a dude with a johnson the size of a flashlight," Beland says.

 

And finally, guess what really matters? Donít groan -- it's personality.

 

"Of course itís more important than any physical aspect of a manís body," Nicole says. "Any woman who thinks otherwise isn't worth dating."