This spirited discussion was not something we anticipated when the first article on the topic was published. In responding to the ongoing discussion we have struggled to better understand the mindset of the men who complain about this issue which goes by the label, "Small Penis Syndrome". In the current essay, we want to present our working understanding of the psychology behind Small Penis Syndrome, and we want to talk about what men who are dealing with this issue can do to help themselves to feel better.
What makes a penis attractive? Not sure? Well, don't rely on your opinion to answer that question — science has the answer.
When most people think about penis health, they think about sexually transmitted infections STIs and erectile dysfunction ED. While these conditions can certainly affect the health of your penis, penile health is about so much more than that. There are many different things that can affect the health of your penis, including your hygiene practices, lifestyle changes, and any underlying health conditions.
Just because vaginas get gynecologists and annual exams and all that jazz doesn't mean you can just forget about your penis health. In fact, there are a lot of problems that can arise if you don't look after your penis properly. So to find out more about how to keep your penis as healthy as possible, BuzzFeed Health spoke with two board-certified urologists: Dr. Here are some common mistakes, bad habits, poor hygiene practices, and behaviors they'd suggest ditching ASAP.
We explain how to improve your penis' health by cleaning it properly, steering clear of STIs and trimming it carefully. The British are a nation of stoics, often too proud to admit we have a problem, and too polite to bother anyone else about it. Men are particularly bad at piping up about health issues, especially when it comes to our penises.
A man having a penis is like if you grafted a feather wand onto a cat's pelvis. We walk around all day, fascinated and playing with it absentmindedly. Here are all the things guys secretly try with their penises.
So, what are we to make of this? Does penis-size matter at all to a healthy sex life, or is it time to crush the size stigma once and for all? We went to certified sex coach and writer Gigi Engle to get to the tip of it.
There are few topics that can evoke such widespread and intense anxiety as penis size. Just about every man—regardless of the actual size of his penis—worries about being too small. Despite what the anxious thoughts in the back of your head might tell you, the size of your penis also has a surprisingly small effect on the amount of pleasure your partner is capable of feeling.
The male organ is a fragile part of the anatomy and it definitely doesn't like any of these activities. Healthy living for the love muscle isn't always obvious, but don't panic about your precious piece. Rest assured you can do your best to create a happier and brighter future for you and your tackle.