‘Take the Tip’ - Penis Size Guide


February 27, 2023

The Gerkin (smaller penis)

  • Penis size doesn't matter that much, it's what you can do with it and how you pleasure your partner! 
  • Make sure to not compare yourself to others. Stay confident because confidence is sexy. Even if you might not be 100% confident, try it and you will have a better experience. Fake it till you make it. 
  • Just because it's on the smaller side doesn't mean you can't have good sex. It's just about working with what you got and knowing you and your partner's body.
  • Try spending more time on foreplay. Use some toys, fingers and take control of the situation. Sex isn't just about penetration.
  • Try toys during sex, especially one's that vibrate. 
  • Make sure to be patient. 
  • If you're a female, don't fake an orgasm because that's just not helping anything. You want to communicate with your partner so that you both have a good time. 
  • If you're person sleeping with a partner with a smaller partner, don't ask: is it in? If you're not sure just reach down or look down to check. Try not to knock your partner's confidence.
  • If in a vagina: 
  • A leg up: this will allow for more contact and penetration. Your partner will lie down and put one leg over your shoulder.
  • Doggy
  • Rider
  • Face to Face
  • If sex in an anus:
  • Doggy
  • Plank 
  • Try to have their pelvic bone press directly against your clit during penetration.


Larger Penis:

  • Everyone always says size is better, but that's not always true. It's about working with what you got and what is most comfortable for you. 
  • A large penis' can have its challenges. 
  • If you have a large penis, make sure to use lube. This will make it more comfortable for your partner. 
  • Make sure to spend lots of time on foreplay as this will make penetration easier. 
  • Lube can be the difference between owww and ohhhh. 
  • Make sure to use positions where your partner can control the depth so that they are comfortable.

Position tips:

  • Vagina sex:
  • Missionary - your partner can control the depth 
  • Spooning 
  • Side by side
  • Rider
  • Standing Doggy
  • Penis-Anus Sex:
  • Missionary
  • Sleeping Dog 
  • Easy Rider
  • Reverse Rider

Mushroom Head Penis:

  • Some people may have a larger head and a narrower shaft. 
  • It may look as though this could cause some problems, however, with the right approach it shouldn't cause any issues. 
  • Try to start with the missionary position! This will be more comfortable. You will have some initial stretching of the rectal or vaginal wall but your body will quickly adjust. Once the penis is properly inside the bigger head should lead to some extra stimulation. 
  • Position: choose positions that allow the receiver to pen wide and stimulate their clit or penis at the same time for easier entry. Try missionary and rider.

Thick Penis:

  • Some people may have an extra girthy penis. Some may have length and girth whereas, others will have girth and less length. 
  • Tip: if your partner has a lot of girths, use some lube!
  • This is super important as with a lot of girths there is the potential for micro-tears on the walls of the uterus or anus. 
  • So, lube This will make it much more comfortable for both of you. 
  • Best position: scissors, Missionary

Skinny Penis:

  • Some men will have skinner/slimmer penis'.
  • If you or your partner has a skinny penis then you need to use the right position which will help get as much stimulation as possible. 
  • The best position for someone with a skinny penis is to both lay on your side and have your partner enter from behind. keep your legs closed. This will add a feeling of more girth as you are closing your legs around the penis.

Circumcised Penises:

  • Circumcised means that the foreskin that covers the penis has been removed. 
  • Circumcised penises don't affect sex.
  • Around 70% of penises in the US are circumcised. 
  • You may want to use some lube as this will make entry upon penetration easier. This will minimize chafing. 
  • Try placing lube on the inside and outside of the condom.

Uncircumcised Penises:

  • The foreskin is intact. 
  • Uncircumcised men need to work a bit harder to keep it clean as bacteria can get trapped in the extra skin. 
  • If you have an uncircumcised penis then you can get some tips on cleaning here: https://lifehacker.com/how-to-take-care-of-your-foreskin-a-guide-for-uncircum-1720796581
  • It is vital that you clean your penis properly as if you don't this can lead to STis and UTis for you and your partner. 
  • If your partner has an uncircumcised penis it helps to roll back the foreskin to give them some stimulation. 
  • The head is super sensitive so it's good to gently play with it, but ask your partner if they like this.

Curved Penises:

  • When this type of penis is erect it bends to one side or the other, with a curve. 
  • If their penis curves upward it can be a nice angle to hit your G-spot or P-spot.
  • Try rider position if your partner has a curved penis. 
  • If their penis is curved to the side make sure to try out different angles to see what hits the spot.
  • Best position: missionary/doggy style 
  • If curved downward: try rear-entry positions such as 'Riding into the sunset'
  • If their penis is curved to the right: try the T-bone.

The Sensitive Penises:

  • This is a penis that may lose its erection if they feel anxious or under pressure.
  • This can happen if your partner is very into you and so feels pressure to perform well or they are uncomfortable. So, make sure to communicate kindly with your partner and don't add pressure on them. Consent is key!

Hairy Penises (don't beat around the bush):

  • This penis has pubic hair around its base and ball area.
  • Pubic hair does exist for a reason! It traps bacteria and dirt. It even emits smells to attract your partner called pheromones.
  • If you aren't a fan of the hair or it's getting in your mouth when you're going down, you can have a polite conversation with your partner and ask for a compromise.
  • However, it is their body and ultimately their decision.
  • If you are giving oral push the pubes down with your hand so that they don't get in your mouth. 
  • If you do like to keep it natural make sure you're being clean.

Shaved Penises:

  • This is if you are trimmed or hairless Down under.
  • Likewise, lube on more smooth skin can be more slippery and feel better when the penis gets erect. 


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