Can a Penis Really Be Too Big For a Vagina?

There are many things for new escorts to think about when it comes to starting in the industry. Where to advertise, what to charge, what services to provide; these are just a few of the considerations that go through the minds of the women who enter the industry.

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However, on top of that, many will ask more intimate questions, Namely, can a penis be too big for my vagina?’. The same kind of question will go through many client’s minds if they themselves are endowed with a large penis.

It is also a question which resonates for many men and women outside of the industry, so today we are going to look at if having too big a penis is a real thing in everyday life.

The False Comparison

The old adage is that if a baby can fit out of the vagina, then your penis can fit in. Still, that misses the point that having a baby is very painful, and whilst a penis may be able to fit, there is a difference between it fitting, and it feeling nice.

The good news is that most vaginas are able to fit all shapes and sizes of penis. This is according to gynecologist Lauren Streicher, M.D., author of Sex Rx: Hormones, Health, and Your Best Sex Ever. She states.

“Given appropriate arousal and lubrication, most vaginas can expand to fit whatever size penis.”

It is very rare for women in their 20’s and 30’s to not be able to accommodate a penis she says. However, it may become more of an issue as they older.

“It becomes more common as you get older, though, because the likelihood of your having medical or hormonal issues increases,” she says.

Causes of Pain

That doesn’t mean to say that sex is always comfortable for women. It can actually feel the penis is too big, and there are two main reasons for that.

“If a woman is not aroused, it’s very possible that a penis may not go in,” says Streicher.

The answer to this one is to make sure she is properly aroused. You can stop this problem by using some of the lubes on the market, or maybe just by having extended foreplay. What is certain though is that if she isn’t aroused, she can suffer pain, and maybe even vaginal tearing.

The other reason according to Streicher is the possibility that some medication can make the vagina feel dehydrated without the woman noticing it.

“Many low-dose birth control pills cause vaginal dryness, as well as antihistamines and even cancer treatments, like radiation,” says Streicher.

The way to deal with this if the woman thinks this could be an issue is to head to the docs and see if the medications they are taking may be messing with their sex life.

Awareness

So, the answer to the question is no, a penis should not be too big. The only thing that will make sex painful is a lack of lubrication. But no matter what may be causing that problem, it can be rectified.

We all know sex is fun. By being aware that sometimes becoming more aroused or getting some extra artificial lubrication is needed, you can help to make sure that every experience is incredible.

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Martin Ward

Martin Ward is a well respected editor and writer with over five years experience in the adult industry. After stints in the Escort Advertising call centre and on the escort forum, he moved into the site editor position around three years ago.

Since then, he has specialised in articles on the battle for equal rights for sex workers, sexual health, as well as bringing the readers fun news from around the world. He also has a major interest in LGBT rights, and is an active campaigner in this field.

When he isn't fighting the good fight, he enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, and young daughter. He also enjoys reading and taking long walks.
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