Penis Envy: The Attraction to Large Penises and How to Get One Explained

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By Mike Wang Conditions: Men's Penis Enlargement Age: 18 - 35

I understand that a 7 inch penis is best, for female orgasm. Even though I know this, I still want a bigger penis...

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I have been doing your penile ballooning method and taking the herbal formula regularly for about a year. I went from five inches to seven inches. But, I am still a bit puzzled. As I have understood, a 7-inch penis is long enough to reach the female’s G-Spot. Even though it’s good enough, I still want a bigger penis. I have tried other methods but always came back to penile ballooning, which works best for me. I think it’s because my ex-girlfriend used to get excited when talking about large penises, which created anxiety for me that I can’t explain.
What other technique should I pursue next?


Great! Seven inches is long enough. You have already gained two inches! The maximum size should be about the length from the bottom of your palm to the tip of your middle finger. In reality, women do not find a penis oversized in comparison to their vaginal length (which is typically between three to five inches) comfortable. What women want to see during sex is a powerful erection, a fully stretched hard rod pointing to a one o'clock position.

Men have the same visual response to the clitoris and the engorgement of the labia. It creates excited expectation for the sexual partner. When I see my wife's clitoris erect and her labia popping out, my penis becomes bigger. When she sees my penis expanding, her clitoris and G-spot grows! The visual stimulation excites the brain to produce more testosterone and Oxytocin (orgasm hormone) for lovemaking couples.
The ultimate joy is the orgasmic response that binds a loving couple together. Why? It’s because the orgasm hormone, Oxytocin, that binds the orgasmic couple together. Though size is not the primary factor, an orgasm may still be failed to produce if the penis is powerless like a huge Italian sausage. 
Try Penile Girth Growth Technique along with herbal nutrients to increase your girth and help you sustain hard erection that can last through a long foreplay and intercourse.

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Janine Reyes's picture
Janine Reyes posted on Fri, 08/22/2014 - 15:48
Is there any way to convince your boyfriend that you actually like the way his penis feels, and you don't want him to change the way it is? I have been with my significant other for several years now and I love his penis, but it seems like the last couple of months he doesn't like it. It's like all of a sudden he has a problem with it or something.

Last week he brought home a penis pump, and he swears it's working. To be honest, I really can't tell the difference, and that's fine. Like I said before, I love his penis just the way it is. It's not small at all. . .Then again, I wouldn't say that it is overly large. For me it's just the perfect size.

I'm trying to convince him that it's okay if he feels like he needs to do this for himself, but I really feel like he needs to go about it in a more natural way.

Is there any way I can convince him of this, and are there actually any natural ways to increase the size of a man's penis?
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arianna posted on Fri, 07/11/2014 - 10:52
That is a little bit of somewhat greedy. I would love to have a man with a 7 inch penis. I think if it were any bigger I would be sort of scared of it. Even to touch or look at it, let alone be inside of me. What a monster!
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john000010101010 posted on Tue, 01/14/2014 - 01:10
Hey guysssss now,
Don't Leave with small Pepe when you can make large upto 7-11 inch it also helps you to play big inning in bed with your partner NO PILL OR SURGERY OR EXTRA EQUIPMENT NEEDED 

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Dawid Walkuski posted on Tue, 01/14/2014 - 10:05
I have also seen a few exercises that do not require any pills or surgery on this site such as the penile ballooning technique or massaging the x-spot.
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Joshua L posted on Wed, 06/12/2013 - 15:23
Great results! 2 whole inches. I wouldn't really worry about size if you end up satisfying your woman and she enjoys sex with you. There's no need to change anything at all.
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