Bigger is not always better. In fact, it’s often downright gross. But this nifty self-help book aims to send a message of tolerance and hope, along with hilarious advice on coping with the condition known as Oversized Male Genitalia (OMG). Complete with prayers, poetry, a daily affirmations journal and inspirational quotations, this is one penis you can trust.
1. Take Care of It
Like every other part of the body, the penis needs to be well taken care of. This includes ensuring safe sex and proper hygiene. It’s also important to eat healthy, stay active, and take care of any mental health issues that might arise from living with a big dick.
A well-functioning, large penis is crucial to a man’s sexual satisfaction. But many men struggle with feelings of inadequacy when it comes to their genitals. This can lead to a wide range of issues from discomfort during sex, to painful penetration and a lack of pleasure for both partners.
Thankfully, these problems can be avoided by getting to know your dick. For starters, be sure to use properly fitting condoms, especially if you’re not circumcised. Too tight a condom can cause pain, and too loose one can break during penetration. Also, it might help to massage your dick a bit before and after using it. Just move your fingers in a circular motion, almost as if you were blending a smoothie, to help prevent penis friction.
2. Keep It Clean
Keeping your penis clean is just as important as taking care of other parts of your body. A dirty down-there can cause a host of problems, including an uncomfortable smell and a rash.
If you don’t wash your genitals regularly, there can be a build-up of smegma (a thick, white substance that gathers under the foreskin) and fungal infections. The groin can also be irritated by colognes, deodorants, or even the soap you use to shower. If you notice a new bump, rash or itch down there, speak to your doctor immediately.
Another thing that could damage your dick is repeatedly bending it, which can lead to Peyronie’s disease, an inflamed and painful condition. You can avoid this by washing your genitals regularly, avoiding trauma and bending down there, and by wearing protective cups during sports and rough activities. Also, make sure to wear condoms when you have sex with new or casual partners. This is a great way to reduce your risk of sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and HIV.
3. Keep It Dry
Having an oversize penis doesn’t have to make life miserable. It’s all about keeping it clean and healthy, so you can feel confident in the bathroom and bedroom.
It’s important to keep the area around the penis clean, and you should wash it at least once a day with warm water and mild soap. Avoid harsh soaps as they may dry the skin in this area. You can also purchase a specific body soap that’s designed to be gentle on the penis.
If you have a smelly penis, there’s a good chance that it’s caused by a build-up of thick white discharge known as smegma. This usually happens when you don’t wash your penis properly and/or regularly.
Another common cause of a smelly penis is friction. When you’re masturbating without enough lubrication, little micro-tears can occur on the surface of the penis. These can lead to itching and even an infection. It’s best to use a lot of lubrication during sex and to wear condoms whenever you have any sexual contact (especially with new partners or casual ones).
4. Don’t Worry About It
Those of us who live with big penises can sometimes fall victim to performance anxiety when it comes to penetrative sex. This type of worry can interfere with sexual pleasure and lead to erectile problems. The solution to this problem is not to try to perform better, but to learn to love the body you have.
Doubts about penis size can be triggered by comments bandied about in school changing rooms or puberty, as well as by the messages we receive from media and society that link masculinity, power and virility to large genitalia. It can also be exacerbated by observing the penises of others in magazines or pornography, as the way they are shown can give the impression that their size is more desirable than yours.
However, the reality is that most partners could care less about penis size and want an intelligent lover who knows how to please them with oral and anal sex as much as with penile orgasms. And a little lube can go a long way to helping the experience be smoother and more pleasurable.
5. Be Confident
In a lot of cultures, a man’s penis is the true physical manifestation of his virility. As a result, men take great pride in their genitalia. This confidence isn’t cockiness or a power trip. It’s a quiet sense of ease with oneself that psychologists describe as BDE (Big Dick Energy).
A man doesn’t necessarily have to have a big penis to exude this confidence. But he does need to have a high level of body awareness. In particular, he needs to know what areas of his body give pleasure. He also needs to be aware of how his penis relates to these other areas of his body.
Lastly, he needs to be able to communicate with his sexual partners during sex. A big penis can cause pain during penetration, so he should take this into consideration and ask if anything hurts. He also needs to make sure he’s using properly fitting condoms. If they’re too tight or ill-fitting, they can tear during sex. This can lead to painful orgasms for the woman. It’s important to be able to talk to your sexual partner about these issues so you can work together to find a way to achieve orgasms that are satisfying to both of you.