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Yes, Size Does Matter : And Zyatropin Can Help
By: Leona   |    December 29, 2012   |   0 Comments (0) (0)

The makers of male enhancement supplement Zyatropin know that every man has secretly wondered just how he measures up – not in height, athletic ability or earning power, but in a much more personal way. Studies show that penis size actually does matter, both for partner satisfaction and quality of sex, and some men might just be coming up short.

A 2012 study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine confirmed what we all suspect: penis size does matter. Researchers at the University of the West of Scotland interviewed several hundred women about their ability to orgasm vaginally during sex with men who are endowed more or less than average, with average being defined as 5.8 inches (14.9 cm). What they discovered is that women who experience frequent vaginal orgasms are more likely to reach climax during sex with men with larger penises.

Stuart Brody, the psychologist who led the study, theorizes that these women prefer longer penises because they are better able to “stimulate the entire length of the vagina, and the cervix.” Studies have further discovered a connection between the ability of a woman to reach orgasm through vaginal stimulation and better overall physical and mental health.

Similar to the hypothesis that men prefer women with large breasts because they associate them with fertility, Brody posits that the international preoccupation with penis size is not a societal construct, but rather an innately understood physiological requirement for pleasing a female partner and assisting in her overall well-being.

“Male anxiety about penis size may not reflect internalized, culturally arbitrary masculine stereotypes, but an accurate appreciation that size matters to many women,” says Brody. “Just as men feel legitimate anxiety when they enter the mating market about their intelligence, personality traits, sense of humor, social status, height, wealth, and other traits known to be favored by women across cultures.”

The stigma of having a small penis can be excruciating. Just ask 30-year old Patrick Moote. He became a viral overnight sensation after his girlfriend declined his marriage proposal, citing his less-than-satisfactory penis size, and their exchange was posted on YouTube. Moote was able to put a positive spin on his embarrassing situation and successfully turned the dubious distinction of being ‘the man with the small penis’ into a funny and fascinating documentary film called Unhung Hero. In the film, Moote addresses global attitudes towards penis size and explores various penile enhancement techniques used throughout the world.

What Moote discovered is that men - and women - worldwide are obsessed with penis size. Quinlan Ginsberg, owner of the company that produces male enhancement supplement Zyatropin, confirms the global fixation.

"It's no secret that size matters,” says Ginsberg. “When women talk behind closed doors, it all comes out. Every man is worried about how they measure up."

Moote also found that men will do just about anything to increase their penis size. While filming his documentary, Moote learned about various enhancement practices including drinking reptilian liquor, attaching weights to the end of the penis to lengthen it, and injecting fatty tissue from the abdomen into the penis.

It is also common for men to use equipment like penis pumps to boost their penis size, or natural supplements, like l-Arginine and ginseng. However, the problem with those treatments is that they are largely temporary.

Recently, scientists have noted extraordinary, long-lasting results with an herb called Butea Superba. Found in Thailand, Butea Superba has long been used by natives to boost libido. Now its male enhancement qualities are being used in all-natural products, such as Zyatropin, to increase penis size, make the penis fuller, and boost sex drive.

Supported by published human clinical trials, the scientist who developed Zyatropin, Dr. Wichai Cherdshewasart, explains that Zyatropin with Butea Superba is the “most powerful male enhancement pill in the world.”

“Men of all ages - not just young men - will see significant improvements while taking Zyatropin," says Dr. Cherdshewasart.

Originally developed for adult industry professionals, Zyatropin is now publicly available. Adult entertainment stars, including Ron Jeremy, Jack Vegas and Rocoo Siffredi, strongly endorse Zyatropin, praising the product’s effectiveness and calling it the best thing that ever happened to adult films.

Society’s focus on penis size may be biologically ingrained, as Brody suggests, or it may just be an unhealthy fixation that feeds on competitive natures. Regardless, it is hard to ignore the combination of the availability of risk-free male enhancement supplements with studies showing that women prefer larger penises, and that women’s health could be positively impacted by the orgasms resulting from those larger penises.

As Zyatropin company owner Ginsberg says, “Ultimately, most people would agree that in the long run, skill beats size every time - but size sure doesn’t hurt.”


CC McComb contributed to this article.

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