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Does Size Matter…to Men?

For those who scratch their collective heads and wonder who the h*ll Dee Dawning is, here is a thumbnail. I live in Cave Creek, Arizona with my lovely wife of twenty-six years, three dogs and an overly friendly Persian cat. After writing music and other product reviews (some of which were humorous) for several years, I took up writing fiction exactly three years ago. My fifth novel, Getting Naked at the Hilton, was released on Valentines Day and if you don’t want me to send the boys after you, I advise you to pick it up. However, if you don’t like good clean sex and plenty of it, you’re exempt, but more on that later.

Back to the blog. Sometimes what I write will be serious and sometimes I may be a little silly. For my latest blog, I’m going to be serious. Well, almost. My subject is the male response to the eternal women’s question, ‘Does Size Matter? Are you ready?

Does Size Matters to Men?

Size has been debated among women for hundreds of years, maybe since Adam and Eve. (Eve used to talk to Adam’s other ribs) So I thought a little input from a male perspective might be in order. Yes, a lover should be thoughtful, adventurous, imaginative, have good technique, etc. and proper sized equipment to satisfy his partner.

I’m an average male with average equipment and an over-average imagination. Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t want to be a freak, but an inch here and an eighth of an inch there would be fine with me.
Now, Mother Nature, in her infinite wisdom not only didn’t make all peni$es alike. She also didn’t make all vagin@s alike. Ladies, I ask you, does it make sense that an average woman with an average size vagin@ can’t be satisfied by an average size peni$?

Case in point, a former wife (deceased) divorced her first husband because he was too big. Let me repeat that—not too small but TOO B-I-G. So obviously, there can be a downside to being upsized. However, like in Goldilocks, my average sized peni$ fit just right.

So ladies think about this. If you feel the men you have sex with are undersized, is it really them or you? Could the dainty little tunnel of love, between your legs, in reality be the size of the Grand Canyon?

Here is a buy link to Getting Naked at the Hilton



In closing here’s two gems of wisdom from the late great Rodney Dangerfield.
“My wife is always trying to get rid of me. The other day she told me to put the garbage out. I said to her I already did. She told me to go and keep an eye on it.”

“When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.”

6 Responses to “Does Size Matter…to Men?”

  1. You crack me up!

  2. Thanks Dave,

    I aim to please. As a man do you agree?

    Dee

  3. Just for the record, hot stuff. My dainty little love tunnel is sooooo dainty, I’ve never experienced a man too small. So take that. As for men like I describe in my books? Well hell, if one of those men came at me with one as big as I describe, I’d run like hell. Kudos to the ex for finding the right bear. lol

    Hugs,
    Tess

  4. My my my, what an interesting perspective. NEver had those problems myself

  5. Glad to hear it Tess.
    We do tend to exaggerate size in our scribblings don’t we? And to top it off our characters are generally sexy and great looking. Nothing like real life. I guess it’s artistic license.

    Dee

  6. Hi Debra,

    Most people don’t ,but still there’s this mystique always floating around that bigger is better. Surprisingly the ‘It’s not how big, but what you do with it’ faction seems to be more prevalent.

    Dee


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