Question: I am a 19-year-old boy studying in a professional college. Despite being good in studies, I suffer from an inferiority complex about the size of my penis.
My friends have often told me that the size of the penis is directly proportional to the amount of sexual pleasure given or obtained. They boast about their size and how it is a reflection of their masculinity. Is this correct? Can something be done to increase the size of one’s genitalia?
The older we grow, the greater becomes our wonder at how much ignorance one can contain without bursting one’s clothes. One never knew an ignorant person yet but was prejudiced, said good ol’ Twain. Men who feel that the size of their organ is inadequate, rejoice!! Here is news to take away your blues.
Now you need not be afraid of going to a public urinal wary of prying glances. Now, you need not fantasies about the size of any Schwarznegger or Superman.
The smaller organ has a much greater erectile capacity than the larger one. The size of the flaccid or erect penis has absolutely nothing to do with its pleasure-giving qualities.
The vagina has a great deal of elasticity and it can adapt to any size of the male organ, be it large or small. And finally, if you think a man is a man cause he guzzles beer or was born with a larger-than-thine appendage, think again. Can’t you see, Sir, the sands of time are dribbling through the hourglass?!
– Dr. Sanjay Chugh, psychiatrist