Two sapodillas and much more

By Miss Kes

Friday, November 17, 2017

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Sex is serious business in a relationship – it can either make it or break it. As such there are many lotions and potions on the market promising to enhance the experience for those with prowess and without, and sales have been skyrocketing since the dawn of time.

One issue that has been debated for eons is whether size matters on a man – is it the motion in the ocean that's important, or the size of the boat? Women have weighed in before on their preferences, and below, a few others add their take.

Stephanie:

Size definitely matters to me. If a man cannot satisfy me with his size, he has to use something else, like his mouth. If I am going all out to ensure that he's satisfied, he has to ensure I am doing just the same. I believe Ishawna calls it Equal Rights!

Marsha:

Size matters to me to an extent only, as I have dated men with huge magic sticks but the sex was painful and a total failure. I have also dated men with a smaller size and it was amazing because they used other means to stimulate me. Sex is supposed to be sexy, not a Usain Bolt race. I want lovemaking and I believe 99.999999 per cent of women want that most of the time as well.

Charmaine:

Size doesn't matter to me as long as you know how to work with what you have. I want a man who is willing to please me and make my body shake up and down when he's done.

Rushelle:

The bigger he is, the sweeter the ride. That's just my preference still.

Jody:

It does matter to most women as it does to me. Women love large men, and we brag about it when it's big.

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