Need information and possibly scientific data for moderate gain plan
Hello everyone, I’m new here and new to PE as well.
I need your advice because, after reading most of the threads about the “ideal” size, I have to admit my goals are pretty different in terms of size.
I am currently 6” flat on NBPEL, and my girth is 5”. I got interested in PE because I thought it would be nice to optimize my size potential. HOWEVER, my TRUE objective is NOT to please the size queens. My dream dick is a “one size fits all”. Let me explain. I am into ALL KINDS of different women; I just love variety. I would much rather have the penis that stretches the “petite” woman (in terms of vaginal tightness) to the max (without any pain whatsoever) and that feels moderate to the large woman (again, speaking in terms of the size of the vagina). I don’t want to go for the penis that would totally please the “large” woman but would cause great pain to the “petite” woman.
First off, I’d like to know if I’m making sense. Because I’m not exactly sure if this whole idea of “vaginal size” is just a myth. What is the minimum size that all women (except rare exceptions) can accommodate without pain? Is there any scientific data about this? I know that the vagina is made of tissues that can expand.. I just don’t know up to which point it can be done without pain, only pleasure. And again, I’d like to stress that I’m into a lot of different types of women, so I can be attracted to big & tall women, just like I can be attracted to the slim petite Asian girl (using stereotypes here to explain my point). The “extremes” need to be taken into consideration.
I’d also like to know if, given what my objectives are, my numerical goals are sound. I’m aiming for something that would be approximately 6.5 - 6.75” NBPEL and 5.25” girth (which, I believe, is the circumference of a toilet paper roll. I read many times that it was close to the “perfect girth”). Does that sound appropriate?
I’ve been doing wet jelqs moderately for a few weeks, 3 times a week. I’m also doing some kegels after every session to get better erections. I am already seeing the effects of the kegels, but I knew in advance it would work, cause I’ve been doing kegels on and off for a while.
So, do my ideas make sense? Is there any scientific data or anatomic data that would tell me if I’m worrying too much about pain on the other end? And are my numerical goals adequate for the kind of gains I’m looking for? Is it too much, or not enough, or OK?
Thanks in advance guys!