Working with a Wide Male Organ Size - Tips & Tricks

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Working with a Wide Male Organ Size - Tips & Tricks
Working with a Wide Male Organ Size:
Tips & Tricks
Take a look in any gym men’s locker room or shower, and the variation in
male organ size one encounters is significant. Of course, when talking male
organ size, most men are more concerned with the size of their equipment
when tumescent than when soft, as it is more apt to be in a locker room. But
even when comparing tumescent members, the differences can be startling.
And while a larger male organ size does not impact male organ health and is
less important in performance than individual skill, there can be “tricks” that
may need to be considered if one has a manhood of special dimensions. For
example, when the member is an extra wide model, its owner and potential
users may need to make a few allowances.
How wide is wide?
Like beauty, size – including width – is often in the eye of the beholder.
However, the average tumescent member circumference is somewhere
around 4 ½ inches, so a manhood of 5” or more in circumference can
probably safely be considered wide. It’s also worthwhile pointing out that
manhood girth can vary from one end to another. Often a man may have a
“mushroom head,” in which the tip is considerably wider than the shaft of
the member. And in some men, the shaft may be wider at the base or
somewhere in the middle.
What to do
The main concern about an especially wide member, of course, is whether it
will fit into a waiting orifice – and whether penetrating that orifice will cause
pain. In general, the female organ is a very stretchable and accommodating
place in which to place a member; it can stretch to accept a surprisingly wide
manhood. Depending upon the individual, there may be less flexibility when
it comes to the mouth or to the posterior. However, these tips are generally
applicable.
 Don’t skimp on lubrication. Even the opening with the most “give”
will be more receptive if both it and the member in question are
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appropriately lubricated. Nature provides some lubrication on its own,
of course, but it’s advisable to help Nature along with a good helping
of creme-from-a-tube. Don’t be afraid of going a little overboard –
especially if posterior penetration is involved – as it’s better to have
too much than too little. And if the sensual encounter lasts for an
extended period of time, re-lubricating may be necessary.
 Don’t forget foreplay. Also key: no matter how excited the owner of
an extra-wide may be, he needs to take his time and make sure his
partner is properly prepared. Kissing, caressing, playing with breasts,
orally engaging her female organ – whatever form of foreplay she
likes, he needs to engage in it for an appropriate amount of time.
 Get positioned. Let the partner choose what position or positions to
try. If she is in charge, she will better be able to guide insertions and
stop if she experiences any pain. For many couples, woman-on-top
variations work the best; many also find that some positions work
better for initial insertion, but others are better for the continued
thrusting.
 Listen. First and foremost and above all – a man needs to listen to his
bedmate. If they are experiencing any discomfort, he needs to stop
what he is currently doing and find out if she wants him to withdraw
or to continue – or to try something else. This should be the plan even
for men who do not have an extra wide or long male organ size, of
course.
A wide male organ size may make some partners anxious at first, but with a
little effort, most couples can learn to adjust. It helps if the member is in
good shape, so guys must use a first class male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin). Well hydrated manhood skin helps with lubrication
issues, so find a crème with moisturizers like shea butter and vitamin E. The
chosen crème should also include vitamin D3, which has proven benefits in
fighting disease and supporting healthy cellular function.
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