Size Really Matter?
(Finally, Gary Halbert gives
you the real answer!)
OK, the most asked question about sex
(it's asked all over the world) is... does size really matter?
The answer is "yes"... and... "no".
Let me explain: Size does NOT matter
until you are about to have sex. Think about it: You're walking down the street,
dressed in a suit, carrying a briefcase on your way to a business meeting.
What does it matter if your penis is
4-inches or 4-feet long? It doesn't. Except maybe a 4-foot long penis might be a
tad uncomfortable and somewhat of a struggle to keep in your underpants.
But, let's say you and your woman are
about to have sex and you've just stripped off your underwear. Does your woman
now care about the size of your penis?
But, more accurately, she cares about
the size of your... erection!
And, not for the reason you think. A
man doesn't have to have a huge penis to satisfy a woman sexually. But, there is
one thing she does know for sure...
All Erections Are NOT
Remember when you were a kid in school
and dreaded the idea you might be called to the head of the class... because...
you had a hard-on which was turning the front of your jeans into a tent?
Well, that's what a woman wants
to see when you undress to have sex with her. She wants to see you with the
longest, fattest, hardest erection you can possibly have.
It's simple. If you have a "killer"
erection when you are about to have sex with a woman, it gives her a sense of
pride. It's a boost to her ego. It confirms she is indeed extremely sexually
desirable. The fact she has been able to get you so excited that you have an
erection like those you had back when you were in school, is an enormous sense
of pride to her.
It won't necessarily increase her
sexual pleasure... but... it will elevate her self-esteem to no end.
The truth is, you absolutely CAN'T
(unless you have surgery) increase the size of your penis.
But, you CAN increase the size of your
erection and, it's extremely important you do so.
You will learn how in the next
Gary C. Halbert
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