Something I’ve learned (but never completely understood) since becoming the Men’s Health Girl Next Door: Guys are really worried about their penises. How did I come to this conclusion? Through hundreds of questions like these:
Can I make it bigger? (No!). How can I last longer in bed? (Click here for 10 tricks). What about when I last too long? (Read about delayed ejaculation here). And, of course, how can I make my erection stronger? (Try these 8 tips for stronger erections).
Regardless of whether or not you’ve contemplated such questions yourself, it’s still necessary to remember the most important penis fact of all time: Most women don’t experience orgasm through penetrative sex alone. Your length, strength, and lasting power are important things, sure, but not the most important things. In fact, a recent Kinsey Institute study found that the likelihood that a woman will have an orgasm increases with each additional stimuli incorporated into the experience.
Does that mean you should constantly switch positions (e.g., girl on top, missionary, doggie style, etc.)? Not necessarily. Rather, it means you should also focus on oral sex, manual sex, intercourse, mutual masturbation, and so on. (You’ll notice, perhaps, that a penis isn’t even necessary for some of those acts.) If nothing else, remember this mantra: The more you do in bed, the more likely she is to climax.