Itâ€™s generally accepted that the famous saying â€œgood things come in small packagesâ€ is indeed true. Unfortunately, too many people donâ€™t believe the saying applies to a small male organ, and that is truly a shame. As many experts will confirm, assuming that male organ health and function are not impacted, small male organ size shouldnâ€™t be an impediment to sensual enjoyment â€“ either for the man who possesses the small male organ or for his partner(s).
What is small anyway?
Just what size indicates a small male organ? As with so many things involving the manhood, the subject is open to debate, but generally a man whose tumescent member length is less than four inches in considered on the shorter end of the game.
However, it should be pointed out that even what might be considered a small male organ often fulfills its functions perfectly well. Just as every manhood is different, so is every womanâ€™s body â€“ and there are many women who find that penetrative coupling with a small male organ gives them as much pleasure as coupling with a larger one. In addition, the concept of a small male organ has a psychological basis, meaning that some men with perfectly normal sized members (and in some cases, some members that would be considered above average) may view their organ as small.
But assuming for this article that a small male organ refers to one whose size is less than four inches, what tips are there for working around what might be considered an issue?
Accept the size
The first thing to do is for a man to accept the size of his manhood and to grow comfortable and proud of his equipment. Although it may not be huge, it still possesses all the attributes associated with a member â€“ manliness, potency, handsomeness, etc. Be proud of this admirable symbol of manhood.
Define sensual activity
Itâ€™s no secret that most men tend to release quickly after initiation of penetrative sensual activity, and that most women require more stimulation to achieve release. Thatâ€™s equally as true when a massive member is involved as when a small male organ is involved. As a result, men with male organs of all sizes have learned to shift focus away from purely penetrative sensual activity so that both partners can enjoy the experience. Pre-penetrative play, oral sensual activity, manual stimulation, sensual touching of body parts other than the midsection and the use of sensual toys has become common for all men.
A man with a small male organ should therefore be ready to incorporate these same non-penetrative techniques into his sensual play with a partner. The goal of coupling should not be to force release through thrusting but to allow for each partner to experience connected bliss through whatever physical means are best suited for that couple.
Work for connection
Itâ€™s also important to remember that, as enjoyable as releases are, couples ultimately want to use coupling as a way of deepening a special connection between two people. When in a relationship, coupling shouldnâ€™t be about sensual organs but should be about how those organs work together to cement and add to a bond.
Men with a small male organ, a large manhood or a member of any size will feel better in bed if they are taking measures to ensure their general manhood health. One important step in this regard is the daily application of a first class male organ health crÃ¨me (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best crÃ¨me will include a wide range of vitamins essential for manhood health, such as A, B5, C, D and E. It also is wise to select a crÃ¨me with L-carnitine, an amino acid with neuroprotective properties that can help to restore lost sensation due to rough handling of the member.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.