Or does it?
You know what I'm talking about. We all seem to be hung-up on big tits and big dicks. One of my favorite authors can't seem to bring herself to write a man with an average penis. I know when I pick up one of her books, these guys are going to be knocking themselves in the knees when flaccid. Personally, I don't understand how they walk around with those things as it is. Aren't they in the way? I can't imagine having to watch how you sit down so you don't inadvertantly pinch your pecker.
Sorry, I'm being silly, but this is a rather silly subject. It isn't the girth that determines worth. Nor is it how he wields his wand. Sure, his magical sword might make a woman sing, but is massive meat all it really takes to make a good lover? Hardly.
Guys practically come out of the womb clutching their junk so we know they've mastered their own anatomy long before reaching adulthood. Not a big surprise. But there's more to sex than erections and intercourse. If a guy doesn't understand the majority of a woman's sensitivity lies outside her love channel, he's got bigger problems than finding a condom that won't break.
A good lover, no matter how endowed, will be intensely interested in his partner's body. He's going to get off on the differences and challenges she presents. He'll love learning all the ways he can bring her to climax, with and without him. The best lovers will know how to make a woman orgasm without penetration. It's in how they touch, taste, savor, and seduce her. If he's skilled, she's going to scream for every gorgeous inch of him, whatever that may be. And that, my friends, is hot.
This image of the statue of Priapus comes courtesy of ebay.com.au