When it comes to sex, there is a whole mythology out there about “bigger is better.” Whether it’s about a man or a woman’s body, does size matter for sex?
Well, opinions vary.
If you pay much attention to porn or personal ads you might think it was the only thing that mattered.
If you’ve had sex with a variety of people, you probably have figured out it’s not quite that simple.
So, does it truly matter?
Some are sure of it. Others say there’s not a connection between the size of body parts and what someone does with them.
Can brain science offer insight into this question of does size matter for sex?
There are a variety of ways to explore that question.
In an unusual approach to the question of whether “bigger is better,” neuropsychologist Marsha Lucas offers a fascinating account of how brain research suggests that bigger is actually best when it comes to having more enjoyable, better sex.
I have to warn you though. This is not quite what it seems at first blush.
You will almost surely laugh when you see how the puzzle pieces all connect here to explain her conclusion that size does matter for sex – but not in the way many people think it does.
Still, when you carefully read this article you’ll learn key insights about better sex, specifically
- how you can have a better physical connection, leading to a better sexual connection
- how mindfulness affects body, brain and the quality of sex
- how you can be less defensive, and better able to hear and respond to what’s actually going on in the moment during sex
- the two specific situations where the recommendations won’t work on their own
- how you can have a better emotional connection, leading (again) to a better sexual connection.1
Who else wants better sex? Read about the brain science of what body part is better bigger for great sex.