PENIS PEP TALK.
Virginia is a full-time traveler and book addict. She keeps herself busy with analyzing men, drinking milk and making life more complicated than it is.
It's a classic 21st-century story. Boy meets girl. (And let's face it, chances are he met her on Tinder) Boy and girl talk and after some kinky texting -dickpics included- they eventually hook up. Expectations are up since they both pretended to be the sickest fuckers in the world. Guess what's not up? Right. Men and anxieties in bed, what's it all about?
The list of things men worry about when having sex turns out to be quite long, going from penis size to sexual skills, attractiveness, when to ejaculate, whether or not to use condoms, erectile problems, etc. All of the above can easily transform a fit guy into this insecure wallflower in need of a penis pep talk.
Of course your bedpartner is patiently going to pat your shoulder and whisper it doesn't matter, but let's be real; the girl is probably still hangry for steamy sex with you. She literally just wants to be fucked. She’s not disappointed because she believes you are still going to screw her a few minutes or hours later so just stop the overthinking and ask her if it’s okay to start again.
The things men are anxious about don’t even matter that much to girls. Even if you only last three minutes. If we took you home and agreed to have sex with you then guess what? We still want to have sex. (Unless stated differently out loud.) Even if it's very, very short sex.
And whoever said that a bigger penis guarantees better sex, wasn't a woman. It comes down to a lot more than your penis size. The majority of the women out there can not even orgasm from penetration. Finger and tongue skills are much more appreciated instead of crying on your soft dick. Also, when someone has anxieties it makes the other partner insecure too. And with that, everyone starts worrying what they did wrong and then the whole freaking system is down.
Sex should just be fun. It's not a job, nor a performance. No one should take it too seriously. No one should feel pressure. Go with the flow. Whether you're coming too soon, too late or not at all.