Why people are cheating?

Cheater (2)The latest survey by Victoria Milan, a new European dating site (just like Ashley Madison.com), catering for married and attached people looking to engage in confidential affairs, found that among the women and men surveyed:

– 36% of those surveyed “a boring weekend with the partner” was why they thought Mondays were the most popular day to look for affairs

– 18% cited  “lack of sex over the weekend”, suggesting that people most feel the need to have sex with alternative partners during the week – not the weekend.

– 17% claimed it was “because Mondays are the most depressing day of the week.”

– 29% simply wanted to start off the work week with “a good dose of adrenaline,” hinting at a low-energy weekend

– 78% of the cheating men are in their first marriage, and that 82% of them began to be unfaithful after having children

– 18% of the cheating men stated that their spouse turned all of their attention to the children and this lack of attention led to their infidelity.

– 15% cited economic problems as the source of their marital woes

– 14% indicated that other family issues were the cause of their problems

On the unfaithful women front:

– 73% of women said the main reason they cheated was because their partners’s character flaws and bad behavior, therefore they would be more likely to cheat with a lover who did not possess the trait they found so obnoxious in their partner:

1. He lacks a sense of humor (19%)
2. He’s not understanding enough (16%)
3. He’s not good in bed (14%)
4. He lacks good manners (11%)
5. He’s lazy and doesn’t have any life plans (10%)
6. He doesn’t care about his appearance and has poor hygiene (9%)
7. He’s not successful (7%)
8. He doesn’t pay enough attention to details and social obligations (5%)
9. He’s unable to clean up after himself and he’s a mama’s boy (5%)
10. He’s stingy (4%)

I wonder what kind of colored lenses the cheaters were wearing in their glasses that they didn’t realize who they made commitment to.

The case of Monica Lewinsky … time for her to finally get a life!

Monica copyright MarkSeligerMonica Lewinsky has resurfaced this week, again. I wanted to write about this immediately; but I had to stifle myself because if I did write as soon as I read the excerpt of her article on Vanity Fair, all I would have done was start a rant that would go on and on. I wrote this post on Wednesday but had a few days to trim it down, otherwise it would be too long.

It has been almost 20 years and I’m still ticked off by this woman’s story. At the time when her so- called “friend,” Linda Tripp, betrayed her, the world found out that she was having an affair with President Clinton.  Once I heard the news, I remembered discussing it with my then husband and all we could think was that our very young daughter one day could have been in that same very vulnerable position: the big boss who’s older, more experienced, charismatic, making inappropriate goo-goo eyes at our daughter and she, a fresh faced, naive, immature, young woman, ready to take the world by her hands would fall prey to a man who is supposed to know better.

At the time, the press rung Ms. Lewinsky out to dry. We could not turn to a channel and not see the face of that young woman, fresh faced, huge smile, and lustrous hair. The press vilified this young woman. Even then President Clinton would not acknowledge his mistake and instead of calling Monica by her name, referred to her as “that woman.” What surprised me was not even did Gloria Steinem, Barbara Walters, or even Diane Sawyer come to this young woman’s rescue and publicly defend her. All the feminists went radio silent. She was barely 22 years old, a time when a young person’s brain is not even fully formed, and no one publically defended her by putting the blame where it should have lied: squarely on Mr. Clinton’s shoulders. He should have known better.

Instead of defending one of their own, the so-called “feminists” did what women usually do when a woman falters her steps: they came down hard on her. At one point ten of those so-called famous New York feminists (of whom were authors, television writers, magazine editors, fashion designers and a restaurateur), gathered together to discuss the salacious details of the story like a bunch of gossipy teenage girls. What is incredulous is that no one saw the man for what he was, which was a man who had the ultimate responsibility. She was HIS intern; therefore he was in a position of power as her boss and on top of that, he was the leader of the free world. Which young girl would have said NO? Instead of placing responsibility where it should have been, they vilified this girl while discussing why the President didn’t wear a condom, where were the stains, and yes, they would do him, too. They all sided with Clinton, publicly humiliated her, and slut shamed her, letting that young woman drown. Even Hillary Clinton called her names instead of placing her husband’s head between two frying pans and hitting him really hard. That was unacceptable but we all know why she blame Monica. It was the easy way out and if she din’t, she would have to make a decision about her marriage so like many women before her, it was easy to blame the other woman, in this case a wide eyed young woman.

To me, Maureen Dowd (The New York Times columnist) was the worst. In the beginning of the story she was defending Lewinsky; then she buckled under the pressure and started to join the others by throwing rocks at Lewinsky and writing obsessively about the case. As times passed, her articles became nastier and nastier. The woman was brutal. She ended up winning a Pulitzer Prize for the trash she wrote.

I think throughout the years Monica Lewinsky has shown great restraint and grace. She didn’t cash on her circumstances, which she could have. Her life has not been a bed of roses. Can you imagine her going on a date? We all have a past, and we all are not proud of something. However, we get to keep our secrets, while hers are known worldwide. Who knows if the experience has soured her forever about romantic relationships? Looking for a job… Can you imagine going to an interview and knowing that they “know” what you’ve done? Living day to day, hand to mouth,  borrowing money from relatives in order to live? I cannot imagine, and yet, she didn’t cash in on her fame.

Now at 40 years old, I’m glad she decided to come out and own what happened to her so she can take the power back. I hope she does stop thinking about the feelings of the Clintons and start looking after herself. I hope she writes a book. I hope she develops a line of lipstick, hair products, or anything where she can finally make some decent income. Why should she stay in the shadows forever so the powerful Clintons can go on about their lives as if nothing ever happened? It’s time for her to own her life and damn anybody else who won’t like it!

Married for 60 years, together until the very end!

Video - 1Back when men were chivalrous, he fell in love with her and told her parents he would love to take care of her for the rest of his life and that’s what he did. Bring on the water works. What a beautiful and touching story.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEwV1ShlAyI

 

Ooops, the date is over!

This video reminds me of an acquaintance who wrote “Mr. Money Bags” on her cellphone to identify the  guy she loved going out with for the things he could provide her. On a dinner date  his cellphone accidentally butt-dialed her while her cell was on top of the table. Ooops! That was the end of the date.

Can people just stop hating?

melissaThis is incredible! The woman looks great, she chose the outfit herself, she’s happy with the results and people are simply hating. Can people just leave it alone sometimes? This is the outfit she felt the most comfortable in it and on top of it, it’s Fall. We all wear coats when it’s the Fall season. Big deal. Let-it-go!!

 

ELLE Magazine Under Fire for Melissa McCarthy Cover

At first glance, Melissa McCarthy’s November ELLE cover seems like a score for plus-size women — fashion magazines don’t exactly have a history of showcasing diverse body types — but the actress is wrapped in a bulky coat, a move that isn’t sitting well with many fans.

Every November, ELLE puts out its “Women in Hollywood” issue, featuring the buzziest female celebrities. The issue (on stands Oct. 22) features various stars on its covers. McCarthy’s issue features the funny lady rocking bombshell bedroom hair but wearing a wool and cashmere blue Marina Rinaldi coat, revealing only a tiny patch of skin on her decolletage.

The look is a departure from that of her more scantily clad co-stars: Reese Witherspoon wears a fitted black Versace cutout dress, Shailene Woodley, a Calvin Klein swimsuit, Marion Cotillard, a Viscose knit bra top and wool shorts, and Naomie Harris a long skirt and suede wrap halter top, though Penelope Cruz‘s curves are invisible in her close-up beauty shot –– the 39-year-old gave birth to her second child less than three months ago.

On Thursday, McCarthy’s reps told “Good Morning America” that the actress “loves the cover” and “even picked out the coat,” however, the issue has triggered debate on social media.@Roundraglanroad tweeted, “Oh look, it’s Melissa Mccarthy on the cover of @ELLEmagazine, let’s cover her up in the LARGEST COAT POSSIBLE”; @Runawaycow wrote, “Melissa’s cover shot is just lazy, it shows that stylists don’t want to work with a plus size body or designers”; and@OhhSuzannah wrote, “That is just terrible and lazy. Ugh.” Others dismiss the issue altogether.@MSCanada1201: “I think she looks fabulous! Don’t get the controversy. Its a fashion mag. She looks beautiful and fashionable.”

The fashion industry’s message to the plus-size community has always been mixed. In 1998, Vogue asked Oprah Winfrey to appear on its cover, with one caveat: that she diet first. In 2009, Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour admitted to 60 Minutes, “I went to Chicago to visit Oprah, and I suggested that it might be an idea that she lose a little bit of weight before she appeared in the magazine,” then added that Winfrey’s was one of the most successful covers ever. In May, fashion retailer H&M’s CEO Karl-Johan Persson told British publication the Metro that the models employed by his company have been “too skinny,” then referenced Beyoncé — who’s hardly plus-size — as an example of the company’s progress (to H&M’s credit, plus-size model Jennie Runk modeled their spring swimsuit line).

And McCarthy — who received an Academy Award nomination for her breakout role in the 2011 hit comedy “Bridesmaids” — has dealt with her own share of weight controversy in Hollywood, where the pressure to stay thin is ever present. Back in February, New York Observer film critic Rex Reed reviewed McCarthy’s film “Identity Thief,” calling her “tractor-sized” and “a gimmick comedian who has devoted her short career to being obese and obnoxious with equal success.” Months later, the actress referenced the remarks in a New York Times article, saying, “I felt really bad for someone who is swimming in so much hate. I just thought, that’s someone who’s in a really bad spot, and I am in such a happy spot.” And who could forget the 2010 Marie Claire essay titled “Should Fatties Get a Room?” in which a blogger wrote that she would be “grossed out” watching “fat people kissing each other.” In response, McCarthy told Entertainment Tonight, “My first thought was, ‘Gosh, I hope she doesn’t have a daughter.’ And then after a second I thought, ‘What a sad, troubled person. You’re making such a s—-y judgment on people.'”

Of the cover, celebrity stylist Dawn Del Russo tells Yahoo Shine, “I definitely think [the cover] is a step in the right direction since it is almost a full-length cover photo,” she says. “The coat is on trend now but for future covers, I would hope fuller-figured women are complemented by tailored clothing.”

How does McCarthy feel about her look? In an email to Yahoo Shine, a rep from Hearst magazines wrote, “On all of our shoots, our stylists work with the stars to choose pieces they feel good in, and this is no different: Melissa loved this look, and is gorgeous on our cover. We are thrilled to honor her as one of our Women in Hollywood this year.”

Read the full story here: http://shine.yahoo.com/fashion/elle-magazine-under-fire-for-melissa-mccarthy-cover-181728383.html

 

The Best Cities for Single Women

Online DatingThe editorial staff at ASW’s SMALLMAGAZINE  wrote the best top ten cities in the world for single women. These are their picks!

10. Tokyo, Japan

Better educated, wider travelled and higher earning than ever before, ladies here aren’t rushing into marriage or children any time soon. Nicknamed the parasite singles by the older guard and blamed for the shrinking population, they’re advancing their careers and letting men know that the kimonos are off. Just not literally. Moving here means avoiding the crush of Spring weddings, an abundance of single men looking for a lady to say yes, and all the trappings of a group of friends with disposable income. If that sounds like your cup of miso, Tokyo’s where to go.

9. San Francisco, California

The most number of cupcake shops per capita in the US and the second lowest obesity rate. Clearly climbing all those hills transforms you into ’that girl with the glutes’ even with a devil’s food addiction. And the city is bursting with single men. Granted 15% of those can be struck from the list of potentials immediately – given the flourishing gay community – but that party-hard posse make perfect wingmen in the meantime. Plus Mount Tamalpais State Park, with 6300 acres of wild grasslands, is just 20 miles away and provides a speedy escape from the ding of the trolley bell.

8. Zurich, Switzerland

A fast-paced financial centre in a quaint package. You’ll find pristine streets, pathologically punctual public transport, urban sailing on Lake Zurich, and close proximity to the Alps and some of the world’s best ski resorts. If you’re looking for a trendy hipster with tattoos and skinny jeans, look elsewhere, but if the suited and slick upwardly mobile are your (Gucci) bag, try the city where everything runs like clockwork.

7. New York, New York

Nail spas on every corner, brunch being very much a thing and generous pay packets (it’s home to 40 Fortune 500 HQs), the city is a haven for the single woman. The men are international, ambitious and reliably forward, and the social scene is easier to navigate than many other big cities as the transient locals are always looking for new friends. But be warned: while the NY dating scene is thriving and you’ll never have the same night – or man for that matter – twice if you don’t want to, the male:female ratio is unfairly skewed in the men’s favour. And you’re competing with a whole country’s worth of women wanting to make it big in fashion. What we mean is: prepare to feel inadequate on the regular.

6. Paris, France

Take an art course, go to the opera, cycle around with a baguette and brie in your basket – the cliché activities for a lady in Paris are endless and easily achievable. As for the men: they’re frequently perfectly groomed and be-cuff-linked, plus they value their women as much as their quality of life. The laughable 35-hour workweek is glorious enough in itself, but the increasingly neglected art of chivalry is very much alive as well.

5. Austin, Texas

This offbeat Texan town has been described as the capital for creative singles. It boasts high quality, low cost accommodation, and for those with entrepreneurial aspirations, was ranked best city to begin your career, due to a supportive venture capital environment. And on top of year-round sunshine, according to a Marie Claire survey, the single man to single woman ratio is 12:10. We’ll take those odds.

4. Milan, Italy

Fine wines, fashion and unabashedly persistent men: Milan seems to have it all. Nicknamed the New York of Europe, it has the liveliest job market in the country, energy-efficient and government-funded urban regeneration programs and a welcoming social scene, primarily made up of well-tailored men with slick haircuts. Talk about having your panna-cotta and eating it too.

3. Melbourne, Australia

Named the world’s most livable city by the Economist, Melbourne is distinguished by its cultural and artistic scene. But what makes it a secret woman’s paradise is the inexplicable discrepancy between the attractiveness of the sexes. It’s not uncommon to see a bronzed column of man wander by with an somewhat average woman on his arm. One who decided to ditch the beach and eat meat pies instead. We’re not claiming that this is the case across the board, but looking around the impeccably groomed ladies of Manhattan, we’ll take our chances in Melbourne.

2. Stockholm, Sweden

Sweden is the first ranked egalitarian country in the world
Alternated paid maternity leave, unisex bathrooms (minimizing excruciating ladies lines), equal TV airtime for male and female sport, and the creation of the first female friendly car, which includes a dent in the headrest for ponytails. Plus, according to one study Swedish men do more housework than anywhere else. So if you dream of settling down with a Scando who can simultaneously serve a Smorgasbord and give a Swedish massage: Stockholm’s got them in stock.

1. Shanghai, China

If you want to get statistical in finding a man (and let’s face it, if you’ve tried online dating, you already have), consider this: in 2020 there are predicted to be 24 million single men in China. Given Shanghai’s cosmopolitan nature and increasing number of multinational corporations, guys are flocking here. And there’s little not to love: ballroom dancing on the street, champagne brunches, even 24hr street teddy bear vendors for low-cost cuddling. And if the dating game grows tiresome, head to People’s Square Marriage Market on a Saturday to meet a mate.

Millionaire looking for a Barbie with a career. Alpha women need not apply

I was reading the nation’s newspapers online when I came upon the story of Mr. Greenfield, (in the picture) a millionaire securities trader from Long Island. He has brought a lawsuit against the matchmakers he hired to find him a love match because they all failed to do so. Even though for the past 12 years 6 different agencies have set him up with over 250 ladies, he contends that the agencies and matchmakers haven’t done enough to help him find the “woman” who meets his exacting standards: beautiful, thin, smart, Jewish, a sense of humor, with a career, and from New York — but not “an alpha woman.”

His basic complaint is that he paid top dollar for nothing. He has so far been set up once with a Knicks dancer (when he’s not the NYC type of guy), matched with “West Village girls” (who were too artsy), and had one girl where he said her “looks” were terrible.

The matchmakers have fired back saying he was hard to please because he was too picky. They would give him exactly what he wanted many times just for him to come back with some reason so minuscule because that person wasn’t perfect. Even the girl he deemed to have terrible “looks”, was, in reality, too good for him according to the matchmakers.

He went on a date with a Ms. Gordon who is in her early forties, is Jewish, attractive, thin like he wants, not an alpha woman, and has a job. In summary, she fits his requirements. She thought they connected well on their date. They both love to travel, he told her he wanted to take her to Paris and London, they talked about their Jewish heritage; but he never called back to follow up on their second date. She said she thought he might have been holding out for a better deal, but it was hard to accept that he was looking for someone 15 years younger than he was. It made her sad and depressed and it hurt her. She thought even though she  wasn’t in her 30’s, she was still closer to his age and could even pop out a kid if he wanted. It could be done.

Mr. Millionaire from Long Island needs a reality check. He sounds so narcissistic. From the 250 plus women he had a choice of, he couldn’t find one? What is the common denominator here? Sounds like it’s him. Sounds like those 250 plus women got lucky that he rejected them. It’s nice to know what we want when we’re buying a property (whatever that may be: a piece of land, a house, a car, etc.); however, when you’re looking for a partner to marry, having a life, or making children, the criteria should not be THAT rigid. Expecting perfection is a recipe for failure because we’re human beings and are, therefore, not perfect. In my view, the way he’s looking at this is not so much that he’s looking for a wife, but that he’s looking for some arm candy and another possession. Although he likes “smart,” no smart woman will want to stand for that.

I also think Mr. Millionaire needs to re-think his standards of beauty. If he takes into consideration that he’s average looking (I’m being nice, so don’t beat me now), perhaps he should give up a bit on the looks department; because when you’re looking for Barbie, you better look like Ken … and he is no Ken. Looking for his dream woman is unrealistic as his dream woman only exists in his dreams (and he has found that out already: 12 years, over 250 women, and he’s still alone). I think he’ll have a better chance to find the woman who will give him the house, the kids, the dog, and the white picket fence if he’ll go for an average looking woman who may be a teacher, a bank teller, or a personal assistant who lives in the suburbs and is not too young for his age. He needs to forget the career and exceptional looks altogether.

Good luck to him whatever he decides to do, but I have never seen a smart, young, beautiful, thin, Jewish woman with a career, living in Manhattan that is not a driven, alpha woman. That’s why she has a career.

The problem comes when we set out to look for perfection (and in this case, the perfect woman will also be looking for the perfect man). But to me, the crux of the matter in this case is that I hope the courts won’t recognize his lawsuit. If they do, I think this country has a much bigger problem than it knows.

 

 

Commitment is hard for people who watch TV romances

By: Megan Gannon, News Editor
Published: 09/18/2012 09:20 on LiveScience

Belief in TV Romances May Hurt Your Love Life

Are you a sucker for romantic shows and movies like “Pretty Woman?” Turns out, the more people believe in these unrealistic portrayals of romance on TV, the less likely they are to be committed to their real-life relationships, a new study finds. However, those who fell for TV love stories reported being no less satisfied in love than their more skeptical peers.

In the study, 392 married individuals were surveyed about their relationship satisfaction, expectations and commitment, as well as their belief in television portrayals of romantic relationships and viewing frequency. For instance, to indicate their acceptance of fictional romances as truths, participants rated their agreement with statements such as: “Television presents romantic relationships as they really are in life;” and “Television helps me understand what I can expect from my romantic relationships.”

Romantic TV shows included: reality shows like “The Hills” and “Bachelor;” soap operas such as “Days of Our Lives;” romantically themed movies such as “Pretty Woman,” “The Notebook” and “Sleepless in Seattle.”

The participants who had higher belief in TV romance were less likely to be committed to their current relationships and more likely to be drawn to alternatives to their current partner, the research found. (Alternatives included a different partner or being single.)

And the more the participants believed in the TV romance, the higher they rated both expected and actual relationship “costs”, which included their loss of personal freedom and time as well as their partner’s unattractive qualities. But that finding might help explain why greater belief in TV romances did not also predict lower relationship satisfaction.

“People with higher belief in television portrayals might see their relationships as more costly than their lower belief counterparts do, but because they also expected higher costs they are no less satisfied,” the researchers wrote in the paper.

The study was published last week in the journal Mass Communication and Society. Its authorJeremy Osborn, of Albion College in Michigan, said it could shed light on how TV influences our relationships in ways we hadn’t thought it could.

“We live in a society that perpetually immerses itself in media images from both TV and the Web, but most people have no sense of the ways those images are impacting them,” Osborn said in a statement. “The rate of marriage failure in the U. S. is not dropping, and it is important for people to have a sense of what factors are leading to the failure of so many relationships.”

 

It’s never too late to fall in love!

I think Ms. Waitt article is cute, so I asked permission to share. So here it is.

By Cynthia Waitt

Love is fabulous at any age, but being an older bride last year at 54, who had been at the altar twice before, did present some challenges. As I successfully worked through those challenges, I’ll lay out a few ground rules for the older bride or even the older groom. See if these don’t make some sense…

1. SAY YES TO THE DRESS — This is important. It’s your day, even if it’s not your first day, or second. You don’t want to say “bride” too loudly, but you want something that makes you feel beautiful. I spent so much time going back and forth on whether to order the gold mid-length strapless dress I loved that my 29-year-old son took my credit card, filled out the form and pressed the send button.

I still wasn’t sure it was right and I was worried about the “strapless” part of this perfect dress, although now, having spent more than I could afford, I was stuck. Then something strange happened on plane back from New York the day our film “Bully” opened in New York. I don’t usually hang out with major designers, but some of my family do, and two of them showed up that day on my brother’s plane. As I was sitting across from Naeem Khan himself and his beautiful wife, Ranjana, I decided to take the risk and show him the dress. He studied it and pronounced it fitting, as did his beautiful wife, who as I found out later, rocks strapless dresses all the time. The day of my brother’s wedding, (yes, the dress did appear twice that summer), Naeem actually approached me and said, “The dress looks fabulous on you, and you’ve accessorized it perfectly”. I decided I could now die a happy woman. So, find the right one and die a happy woman.

2. BE CREATIVE IN YOUR CHOICE OF OFFICIATES — This is also important. I’m a lapsed Episcopalian and I was married twice by the same priest. At the second one, he politely suggested that this be the last he perform. Fair enough. I was happy with the justice of the peace and two witnesses, but my mother, who thinks you aren’t really legal until a priest steps in, wondered if our priest (different guy this time) couldn’t just say a blessing. My husband is Jewish, not particularly religious, but he balked, and rightfully so. No priest, unless we had a rabbi too, he pronounced. As the rabbi was not available on the day chosen, and because it was starting to sound like “A Priest, A Rabbi and a duck go into a bar,” a judge it was and all was well. So, consider your options — in California, anyone can do it for $25, perhaps a ship captain, airline pilot? I do like the unusual best though. My personal favorite was a gay Wiccan wedding performed by a tarot reader wearing a vintage 1935 dress. That’s absolutely true, you couldn’t make that one up.

3. DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT A DOUBLE WEDDING — I bring this up because we had an unusual situation in our family, where my brother and I got both married within 3 weeks. Some poor unsuspecting person who knew that thought it might be a cute idea to do a double wedding. I pulled out my Blackberry, did a quick image search and showed her the other Waitt bride of 2011 — tall, blonde, stunning, 30’s and on the cover of Maxim magazine, and said, “Would you stand up next to this?”

4. CONTROL THE PICTURES — I really like my camera. It’s a good one, but it tends to be somewhat soft focus (a must for older humans being photographed). I considered a pro, particularly when “Bully” director Lee Hirsch told me he would be in town on the date of my wedding. But Lee likes to film up close and personal (watch his films) and I can’t hold up to that at my age. He does do a fine job of photoshopping, as he has done for me, just on his own. “C-Way, I photoshopped you in this one….”

Also, ban all other cameras. Don’t you hate those people who come loaded and ready, shoot really horrendous pictures of anything and anyone, and then post them on Facebook? You don’t want that kind of thing to live forever. Ban their cameras or better yet, ban them.

5. IF YOU ARE EVEN CONSIDERING SOME SORT OF COSMETIC PROCEDURE, REMEMBER….MODERATION IN ALL THINGS — You don’t want to look like what my brother calls “wind tunnel” ladies. Watch the botox! If you get too much, your eye droops. Mine did. That’s why I’m standing so far back in the pictures. Overlarge sunglasses could help with a botox overload. So again, control the photography and if you need extra help, Lee could do some photoshopping. However, now that he’s such a big shot, you couldn’t afford him. I couldn’t either.

6. HAVE IT THE WAY YOU WANT IT — Don’t let anyone tell you where to get married, how to get married, or who to marry. If you are consenting adults and old enough to know what you are doing, do it, and don’t worry about what the neighbors think. Remember, it’s about love, and because it’s about love, it’s not wrong. And, in love, like most things, it’s also never too late.

Penis size matters

I heard that when a man have a nice size, slightly plumper and a few inches longer than the average, it is pretty nice but when the equipment is too large, it doesn’t always fit and it can be painful. The problem comes when the gentleman who owns the large equipment thinks that just because it is large, all he has to do is show up. That’s lame. At the end of the day, my non-official survey says that “there are guys with cruise ships that can’t dock worth a crap, and then there are the little guys with kayaks that can take it upstream. Whatever the size, it’s gotta be attached to the RIGHT GUY to make any kind of difference to a woman” Willa O.

According to LiveScience Online Magazine:

Contrary to the reassuring catchphrase “size doesn’t matter,” penis size may matter in bed — but only for some women, and for certain types of orgasms.

A new study finds that women who have frequent vaginal orgasms are more likely than other women to say they climax more easily with men with larger penises. Women who tend to prefer penile-vaginal intercourse over other types of sex also say the same, researchers reported online Sept. 24 in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Read more here